01 December 2020 04:39
HOLLYWOOD - NOVEMBER 19: Actress Jamie Lee Curtis attends the ceremony honoring actor Tim Allen (R) with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on November 19, 2004 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Vince Bucci/Getty Images) Welcome, one and all! Starring Tim Allen and Jamie Lee Curtis, Christmas with the Kranks premiered on November 14, 2004. The film focuses on the Krank family, who are known to always celebrate Christmas with gusto. However, parents Luthor and Nora Krank decide to skip the holiday altogether when their daughter Blair goes out of town.
However, when Blair decides to return home to spend Christmas with her family, the Kranks must put together a celebration at the last minute. As the Kranks scramble to set everything up in time, holiday humor ensues. Aside from Tim Allen and Jamie Lee Curtis, Christmas with the Kranks features Dan Aykroyd, Julie Gonzalo, M. Emmet Walsh, Elizabeth Franz, Erik Per Sullivan, Cheech Marin, Jake Busey, Austin Pendleton, Tom Poston, René Lavan, Caroline Rhea, Felicity Huffman, and Patrick Breen. If you're wondering whether or not you can watch this festive flick on Netflix, then look no further. We have the answer for you! Can you watch Christmas with the Kranks on Netflix? Unfortunately, Christmas with the Kranks is not available to stream on Netflix. However, you can watch Tim Allen in El Camino Christmas and several of his stand up comedy specials on the streaming platform. You can watch Dan Aykroyd in I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry, Yogi Bear, and Coneheads. There are currently no films that feature Jamie Lee Curtis available on Netflix. If you've never seen Christmas with the Kranks, you can get a closer look at the film by checking out the trailer below. Where to watch Christmas with the Kranks You can watch Christmas with the Kranks on on-demand and SVOD this holiday season. As of right now, it doesn't appear to be on any subscription streaming service. You can, however, watch Christmas with the Kranks on Freeform with your cable/satellite/streaming TV subscription right now.