Netflix viewers are raving about 'heartwarming' new series A Storm For Christmas
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Right, we're into the home straight of the festive period; not long to go until the presents are opened, the decorations are taken down and we get back on the treadmill of life for 2023.
But before any of that, you will no doubt be in the pre-Christmas glow, and trawling through your TV planner for films and shows to get you in the spirit.
I give you A Storm For Christmas.
Sure, it may look like something straight off the Hallmark shelf, but there's more to it than that, according to those who've already seen it.
The six-part series is set in Oslo Airport, where people are buzzing around as they try and make their way home for Christmas.
However, as the title suggests, a huge snowstorm puts the brakes on all of that.
The synopsis reads: "Destinies collide when extreme weather traps travellers and workers at an airport, forcing them to spend the final hours leading up to Christmas together."
Each episode follows the various characters who are affected by the adverse weather conditions and how they cope with it.
Some of those characters include a popstar running from their troubles, a romantic who rallies against the Christmas spirit, and a pilot who's not taken well to being grounded.
The limited series has proven to be a huge hit with viewers, many of whom have praised it for providing them with the feel-good fix they've been looking for this year.
Writing on Twitter, one user said: Currently watching “A Storm for Christmas” on Netflix….it’s funny and heartwarming!"
Echoing the sentiment, another commented: "If you fancy some #Christmas cheer you can't go wrong with A Storm For Christmas on Netflix. It's heartfelt & funny. Worth watching."
"Well “A Storm for Christmas” on Netflix has stolen my heart this holiday season," put a third.
While someone else added: "If you want to see a real Christmas series, check out A Storm for Christmas on #Netflix. I absolutely loved it!"
So that feels pretty conclusive.
You can thank us later.