Whew! What an interesting winter season this has been shaping up to be! Have you been staying safe but cozied up? We certainly hope so! And as we’re all finding new holiday binges and Christmas movies to spread the cheer, Black holiday Christmas episodes feel more important now than ever. They set the tone, are full of laughs, and (most importantly) speak beautifully and authentically to our individual experiences.

Temple Indigo has compiled a list of Christmas episdoes from your favorite Black sitcoms on Netflix for your viewing pleasure. From Girlfriends to The Game, there’s a little somethin’ for everybody in here. Enjoy sis!

The Parkers:

Secret Santa– Episode 11, Season 3 

While last minute Christmas shopping the gang gets locked in the department store on Christmas Eve.


You Better Watch Out– Episode 11, Season 2

Maya gets an expensive watch for Christmas from the wrong man, leading to a cover-up that further strains the relationship between Joan and Darnell.

One on One:

Santa Baby– Episode 12, Season 1

Nicole returns for Christmas and springs some surprising news. Flex gets a big opportunity at the station – but the timing is not so convenient.


A Class Act Christmas– Episode 9, Season 4

The employees at Class Act, including Moesha and Hakeem, are held hostage during the Christmas holiday by an older man dressed as Santa Claus.

The Game:

The Ghost of Derwin Past- Episode 10, Season 2

Melanie stays in San Diego to spend the holidays with Dionne after learning that she’s all alone, but when Dionne resurrects an ad deal with Derwin, she abandons Melanie to go to St. Barts with him and some ad execs, all before Derwin abandons Dionne.

Half & Half:

The Big How the Ex Stole Christmas– Episode 11, Season 2

Dee Dee’s ex-boyfriend announces that he is getting married during the family holiday dinner; Phyllis dates a shopping-mall Santa.

Sister, Sister:

ChristmasEpisode 12, Season 3

Grandpa Campbell returns for the holidays, and he owes $1,000 to a loan shark, which Tia, Tamera and Lisa secretly repay with money they’d been saving to buy Christmas gifts.

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