Can you watch Operation Christmas Drop on Amazon Prime Video?
The holidays is the time to watch cheesy rom-coms. There are plenty this Christmas to watch, and Operation Christmas Drop is one of them. The big question is whether you can watch it on Amazon Prime Video.
Operation Christmas Drop is the Christmas movie for The Vampire Diaries and Vikings fans. It stars Kat Graham and Alexander Ludwig in the lead roles of the movie that is loosely based on truth. Graham is a congressional assistant sent to find out more about a military operation that looks like it’s just about dropping off Christmas gifts.
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Ludwig is the Air Force commander who shows her around. As he shows the good that they do for the people in the area, he also shows this woman his heart. Naturally, the two form a connection they never thought they would.
Where can you stream Operation Christmas Drop?
The movie isn’t on Amazon Prime Video. It’s a Netflix Original, which means bad news if you were hoping that it will come to Amazon Prime Video. There’s no reason for the movie to head to Prime.
As a Netflix Original, there’s little chance of it coming to another streaming service. With so many streaming services, Netflix will want to keep movies exclusive if possible. This is one of those movies it has control over.
It’s going to take something big for the movie to go to a rival streaming service.
Will Operation Christmas Drop come to DVD or Digital? There is a chance, but it’s unlikely. Christmas movies on Netflix tend to be created purely for Netflix and don’t head to other formats. Again, it’s all about exclusivity.
Check out the trailer for Operation Christmas Drop to see if it’s worth the Netflix subscription:
Operation Christmas Drop is only available on Netflix and will likely not ever head to Amazon Prime Video.