So you have decided that you need to stay in your budget, but you still want to enjoy some holiday fun. Watching Christmas movies is always a good idea.
Starting at some point in November, Hulu, Netflix, Amazon, cable television, and so many others began debuting Christmas classics along with new holiday movie releases.
For those of you who need a bit more guidance on how to find your holiday favorites or where to go to try find some new Christmas movies to love, look no further.
1. Free Form – 25 Days of Christmas runs Christmas movies 24 hours a day seven days a week, includes some of my favorites such as the Grinch, the Santa Clause Trilogy, Elf, and Home Alone.
2. Lifetime TV Christmas Movies also runs holiday movies 24 hours a day seven days a week with lots of original love stories amongst them.
3. Hallmark Countdown to Christmas is the final cable television channel that has airs all Christmas all the time. They started in October and will continue to do so through Christmas Day.
4. TV Guide Ultimate Christmas and Holiday Viewing Guide provides an almost extensive list of all the Christmas movies and specials running on not only cable but also Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, etc. The guide includes lists of movies and where those movies can be streamed as well as showtimes and dates for holiday movies on networks that are not streaming.
What have you found that helps you navigate Christmas movies to enjoy a movie night with your family this season?
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