Dozens of new 2019 Christmas movies you need to see

Does your holiday spirit wake up as soon as you start to see Christmas decorations on store shelves? Us, too.

We’re all about it. Especially for the cheesy, bad Christmas movies that are oddly addicting. There’s just something about a sappy Christmas movie that really makes the Holiday spirit come to life.

For those who love Christmas movies, this year’s season started at 12:01 am on October 25. From now until Christmas Day, you can find a holiday-themed film on at least one cable network. Take a look at some of the new 2019 Christmas movies premiering.

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Lifetime

The Lifetime Network turns on the Christmas movies 24/7 starting at 12:01 am on October, 25. Their theme this year is “It’s a Wonderful Lifetime.” Every day now through December 22, there’s at least one new Christmas movie. Here are 10 to keep an eye out for.

Hallmark Channel

The Hallmark Channel is celebrating its 10th anniversary of Countdown to Christmas. 24 all-new original movies are set to debut starting on October 26. Plus they have sweepstakes and giveaways… Here are 10 to keep an eye out for.

Netflix

Chill and binge watch Christmas movies and specials all season long. Start the en masse viewing on November 1. Here are a few to keep an eye out for. For more info on each movie click here (https://ew.com/tv/2019/10/15/netflix-holiday-movies-tv-shows/)

  • Holiday in the Wild – Friday, Nov. 1
  • Let it Snow – Friday, Nov. 8
  • Klaus – Friday, Nov. 15
  • Holiday Rush – Thursday, Nov. 28
  • Spirit Riding Free: The Spirit of Christmas – Friday, Dec. 6

Freeform

Kickoff to Christmas starts on Friday, Nov. 1. In addition to Disney classics and hits, a two new movies and a new competition series starts in late November. New original movies include Fantastic Mr. Fox and Turkey Drop. The new series finds who is the best Wrapper in the country. Called Wrap Battle, nine contestants will show off their wrapping skills.

OWN Network

Three new 2019 Christmas movies are set for release starting November 15. (https://press.discovery.com/us/own/)

Related topic: Take a break from the TV and watch this on-stage production of A Charlie Brown Christmas.