Netflix and chill with these Irish selections all holiday season long

It’s finally Christmas time, so after you’ve gotten all your shopping and wrapping down, curl up on the couch in front of the fire and tune into these Irish selections which are currently available for streaming on American Netflix:

Based on a story by Irish writer Frank McCourt, this family-friendly flick will warm your heart at Christmas.

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In the mood for a thriller? Look no further than this Irish film which features an Irish farmer seeking revenge for the murder of his beloved mother.

This documentary looks at the time that Irish Republican Army member Bobby Sands was imprisoned in Northern Ireland in which he famously went on a hunger strike.

Perhaps considered Ireland’s answer to HBO’s ‘Girls,’ this two-season comedy-drama looks at the complicated relationship between two Irish girls who are trying to get by in Dublin.

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Featuring John Connors of ‘Love/Hate’ fame, this movie chronicles one Dublin drug dealer’s gritty climb through the ranks.

Love him or hate him, Conor McGregor is one of Ireland’s most famous exports of recent times. This documentary traces the MMA’s fighter from his humble beginnings to worldwide fame.

This film follows Irishwoman Mary Reynold's journey from rank as an outsider to the winner of a Gold Medal at the Chelsea Flower Show.

Landing into American Netflix on December 21, this smash hit comedy series features a group of teenage girls as they grow up during the Troubles era in Northern Ireland.

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Jamie Dornan stars in this suspenseful drama series that shows a British cop trying to bring down a serial killer in Belfast.

This coming-of-age movie features two boarding school roommates, one an outsider and the other a star athlete. Their unlikely friendship gives way to an even more unlikely relationship.

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This documentary crime series charts the rise of the Irish mob in America from impoverished immigrants to political kingpins.

Fans of ‘The Office’ will get a laugh out of this British comedy series that stars a fresh-faced Roscommon native Chris O’Dowd, prior to his ‘Bridesmaids’ fame.

In the mood for an inspiring flick? Check out this documentary created by Irish filmmaker Simon Fitzmaurice who, diagnosed with ALS, is severely limited in the ways in which he can communicate.

This seriously scary movie will have you sleeping with the lights on! Set in rural 1920s Ireland, this film is about a pair of cursed twins and the terror that ensues when one of them wants to escape their ancestral home.

Cooking shows more your speed? This series features three Irish gourmet chefs as they recreate some famous and historic menus and some of Ireland’s most grandeur estates.

Featuring a younger Barry Keoghan, this dramatic film set in Dublin tells the story of an emotionally distant woman, the death of her estranged son, and her relationship with a homeless youth.

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Another entry for horror fanatics - Nails is a creepy movie about a recovering patient who feels she may be haunted in the hospital.

History junkies will enjoy this dramatic series about three different women and their families and the choices they make during the Irish rebellion of 1916 in Dublin.

This incredible true story tells the tale of how Irish U.N. peace-keeping soldiers came under attack while stationed in Africa.

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This delightful children's movie is sure to please viewers of all ages. Recounting an ancient Irish tale of the 'selikies,' a family embarks on a fantastic adventure.

Warning - this series may induce some serious Irish wanderlust! Learn about the history of some of Ireland’s most magnificent castles.

Two bumbling Cork teens, embarking on an epic bike journey, get involved in a drug deal gone wrong in this quintessentially Irish comedy.

What did we miss? What’s your favorite Irish production to watch on Netflix? Let us know in the comments!