"The best thing about Dash & Lily is how much better it is than the Santa sack of holiday trash that piles up on networks and streaming services this time of year," says Kevin Fallon of the Netflix holiday romcom series. "I don’t really understand how the cottage industry of holiday-themed romances that blanket Hallmark and Lifetime’s 4 Million Days of Christmas—and now streaming services, too—also involve the con of them being horrible, to the point that it’s supposed to be part of the appeal. I’m not sure all the people who carol on about how addicted they are to marathons of this dreck actually enjoy them, or if they just enjoy the faux personality trait they get to adopt once a year as the person who likes watching a city girl return to her rural home town, fall in love with the pie shop owner, and kiss exactly once, ad nauseum for two months straight. On the one hand, I am a staunch supporter of anything that keeps Lacey Chabert gainfully employed—and if I said it once, I’ve said it a million times, The Princess Switch 2: Switched Again star Vanessa Hudgens is the Eddie Murphy of our generation. But as a Christmas lover, it’s offensive to me that when there are so many good Christmas movies, these cookie-cutter romances are the ones everyone obsesses over. It’s why I’m so grateful for Dash & Lily!" ALSO: Midori Francis hopes Dash & Lily helps save New York City's iconic The Strand bookstore.