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Madelaine Petsch’s ‘Hotel for the Holidays’ Is a Gem Among Cliché Films

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There are a lot of Christmas movies out there, which is why it’s important to make the right choice this holiday season. After all, no one has the time to waste over two+ hours on a bad movie. 

At the top of your list should be Hotel for the Holidays, a rom-com that offers a refreshing take on a festive genre that oftentimes lacks creativity simply because the forces behind the scenes know it will make money regardless as everyone longs for a slice of familiarity and comfort around the holidays.

There’s plenty of Christmas magic (it must’ve slipped through the cracks) in Hotel for the Holidays, and it sneaks up on you—and Madelaine Petsch’s character, Georgia—in the best possible way. It’s Amazon Freevee’s first original holiday flick, and hopefully, not the last. 

The plot is rather simple on the surface, but it isn’t predictable as with other holiday rom-coms.

Here’s the gist: Georgia is a young and ambitious hotel manager at the historic Hotel Fontaine (it gives The Plaza Hotel vibes from Home Alone 2), which attracts an eclectic bunch of guests, including some heartbroken singles, an infamous popstar, a European ex-prince looking for a taste of the real world, and more. They all arrive in New York City for the holidays looking for an escape from the norm, and Georgia is determined to give it to them. However, she also has her own plans and goals that get her into a bit of a love triangle with the hotel’s chef, Luke (Mesa Massoud from the live-action Aladdin), and the ex-prince, Raymond (Max Lloyd Jones from Book of Boba Fett). It also stars Kayleigh Shikanai (American Gods) as Pandora, Jami Belushi (According to Jim) as Kiki, Neil Crone (It) as Milton, and Jayne Eastwood (My Big Fat Greek Wedding) as Florence.

Madelaine Petsch's Christmas Movie 'Hotel for the Holidays' Is an Absolute Gem Among Cliche Films

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Pretty early into the film, it’s obvious how Georgia’s romantic life will resolve itself, which allows the film to dig into other captivating subplots that are positively unexpected. Unlike other holiday films, Georgia values herself beyond a romantic partner, which, right off the bat, is a breath of fresh air. 

The supporting cast plays an integral part in the film, right down to the chef’s best friend/fellow chef and the janitorial staff. They may not be the sole focus of the series, but the team behind the rom-com found a way to involve them in a way that’s natural and easy to keep up with. Pretty soon, you find yourself rooting for the happiness of everyone at Hotel Fontaine—the staff and the guests.

The acting is also great. It’s just the right amount of feel-good so it never feels forced, nor do the character’s choices seem questionable. It’s all believable within the world they’ve created, aside from the scene where they are dining on a rooftop in the dead of a New York City winter without jackets or even sweaters. How are they not cold? As for the few over-the-top performances and characters, well, they also work—the prince’s bodyguard (AJ Zoldy) is a delight.

If I’m being perfectly honest, the magical thing about the film is that it’s a love letter to the community of people you surround yourself with: your found family.

The film doesn’t just settle for telling a story about two people who finally admit that they love each other because that’s tired and expected. Instead, it recognizes that romance comes in all shapes and sizes—in romantic partners, in co-workers, in friends, and even in new acquaintances that pass through your life for a brief moment (or stay awhile). 

Madelaine Petsch's Christmas Movie 'Hotel for the Holidays' Is an Absolute Gem Among Cliche Films

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The storylines come together seamlessly, and the themes of belonging and acceptance—in addition to staying true to yourself, finding the inspiration to pursue your goals and ambitions, and acknowledging that it’s ok to move and find happiness on your own terms, even if it doesn’t always please everyone—help the film stand out among the other cliche seasonal offerings.

Most importantly, Petsch shines… and it’s so deserved. The film allows her to show off her range of acting chops that, sadly, get stifled on Riverdale. The CW series may have been her mainstream big break, but it stopped working in her favor a long time ago, so it’s exciting to see her take on new projects and characters. 

Of all the Christmas films that I’ve seen in 2022 thus far, Hotel for the Holidays is one of the best. 

Check it out for yourself when it premieres on Dec. 2 on Amazon’s Freevee. 

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    Freeform’s 25 Days of Christmas Lineup Is Officially Here to Celebrate the Holidays

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    Freeform's 25 Days of Christmas Lineup Is Officially Here to Celebrate the Holidays

    With Halloween in the rearview mirror, the holiday season is officially upon us. 

    Freeform has announced its annual and anticipated 25 Days of Christmas lineup, which includes classics like Home Alone and The Santa Clause, along with new premieres like Noelle and Godmothered

    The festivities kick off on December 1 and run through Christmas Day on December 25. 

    In the meantime, get cozy with Freeform’s 30 Days of Disney running from November 1 through the 30. 

    Friday, December 1

    7:00 a.m.: Unaccompanied Minors
    9:00 a.m.: Richie Rich’s Christmas Wish
    11:00 a.m.: Eloise at Christmastime
    1:00 p.m.: The Star (2017)
    3:00 p.m.: Disney’s A Christmas Carol
    5:00 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018)
    7:00 p.m.: Home Alone
    9:30 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    12:00 a.m.: Home Alone 3 

    Saturday, December 2

    7:00 a.m.: Home Alone
    9:30 a.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    12:05 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018)
    2:05 p.m.: The Santa Clause
    4:15 p.m.: The Santa Clause 2
    6:45 p.m.: The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause
    8:50 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
    11:30 p.m.: Godmothered — FREEFORM PREMIERE

    Sunday, December 3

    7:00 a.m.: Santa Buddies: The Legend of Santa Paws
    9:10 a.m.: The Search for Santa Paws
    11:15 a.m.: Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups
    1:20 p.m.: Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas
    2:50 p.m.: Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas
    4:30 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
    7:10 p.m.: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
    8:15 p.m.: Frosty the Snowman
    8:50 p.m.: Home Alone
    11:20 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York 

    Monday, December 4

    7:00 a.m.: The Mistle-Tones
    10:30 a.m.: Prep & Landing: Naughty vs. Nice (Disney Animated)
    11:00 a.m.: Home Alone
    1:30 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    4:10 p.m.: Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town
    5:15 p.m.: Frosty the Snowman
    5:50 p.m.: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
    6:55 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018)
    8:55 p.m.: Noelle — FREEFORM PREMIERE
    12:00 a.m.: Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town
    1:00 a.m.: The Simpsons (Holiday Episodes) 

    Tuesday, December 5

    7:00 a.m.: Holiday in Handcuffs
    10:30 a.m.: Family Guy (Holiday Episodes)
    11:30 a.m.: Miracle on 34th Street (1994)
    2:00 p.m.: Disney’s A Christmas Carol
    4:00 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018)
    6:00 p.m.: Home Alone
    8:30 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    12:00 a.m.: Jingle All the Way

    Wednesday, December 6

    7:00 a.m.: Snow
    10:30 a.m.: Family Guy (Holiday Episodes)
    11:05 a.m.: Home Alone
    1:35 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    4:15 p.m.: The Santa Clause
    6:25 p.m.: The Santa Clause 2
    8:55 p.m.: The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause
    12:00 a.m.: Jingle All the Way 2

    Thursday, December 7

    7:00 a.m.: Snow 2: Brain Freeze
    10:30 a.m.: Disney’s A Christmas Carol
    12:35 p.m.: Love the Coopers
    3:10 p.m.: Home Alone
    5:40 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    8:20 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
    12:00 a.m.: The Family Stone

    Friday, December 8

    7:00 a.m.: Family Guy (Holiday Episodes)
    8:00 a.m.: Love the Coopers
    10:30 a.m.: Home Alone
    1:00 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    3:40 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018)
    5:40 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
    8:20 p.m.: Frozen (Disney Animated)
    10:50 p.m.: Frozen II (Disney Animated)
    1:00 a.m.: Olaf’s Frozen Adventure
    1:30 a.m.: Toy Story That Time Forgot (Disney · Pixar)

    Saturday, December 9

    7:00 a.m.: Jingle All the Way
    9:00 a.m.: Jingle All the Way 2
    11:00 a.m.: Prancer Returns
    1:05 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018)
    3:05 p.m.: Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas
    4:45 p.m.: Toy Story That Time Forgot (Disney · Pixar)
    5:15 p.m.: Toy Story (Disney · Pixar)
    7:15 p.m.: Toy Story 2 (Disney · Pixar)
    9:20 p.m.: Toy Story 3 (Disney · Pixar)
    11:50 p.m.: Toy Story 4 (Disney · Pixar)

    Sunday, December 10

    7:00 a.m.: The Simpsons (Holiday Episodes)
    8:00 a.m.: Prancer Returns
    10:00 a.m.: Home Alone 3
    12:00 p.m.: Home Alone
    2:30 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    5:10 p.m.: Disney’s A Christmas Carol
    7:15 p.m.: The Santa Clause
    9:25 p.m.: The Santa Clause 2
    11:55 p.m.: The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause

    Monday, December 11

    7:00 a.m.: Snowglobe
    10:30 a.m.: Family Guy (Holiday Episodes)
    11:00 a.m.: Unaccompanied Minors
    1:05 p.m.: Richie Rich’s Christmas Wish
    3:10 p.m.: Home Alone
    5:40 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    8:20 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
    12:00 a.m.: Black Nativity

    Tuesday, December 12

    7:00 a.m.: Life-Size 2: A Christmas Eve
    10:30 a.m.: Family Guy (Holiday Episodes)
    11:00 a.m.: Home Alone
    1:30 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    4:00 p.m.: Disney’s A Christmas Carol
    6:00 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
    8:30 p.m.: Godmothered
    12:00 a.m.: The Mistle-Tones

    Wednesday, December 13

    7:00 a.m.: Home Alone 3
    10:30 a.m.: Family Guy (Holiday Episodes)
    11:00 a.m.: The Family Stone
    1:30 p.m.: Miracle on 34th Street (1994)
    4:00 p.m.: Home Alone
    6:30 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    9:00 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018)
    12:00 a.m.: Daddy’s Home 2

    Thursday, December 14

    7:00 a.m.: Daddy’s Home 2
    10:30 a.m.: The Santa Clause
    12:35 p.m.: The Santa Clause 2
    3:05 p.m.: The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause
    5:10 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018)
    7:10 p.m.: Noelle
    9:20 p.m.: Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas
    12:00 a.m.: 12 Dates of Christmas

    Friday, December 15

    7:00 a.m.: Kung Fu Panda Holiday
    7:30 a.m.: Santa Buddies: The Legend of Santa Paws
    9:30 a.m.: The Search for Santa Paws
    11:30 a.m.: Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups
    1:30 p.m.: Disney’s A Christmas Carol
    3:30 p.m.: Home Alone
    6:00 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    8:40 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
    11:20 p.m.: Miracle on 34th Street (1994)

    Saturday, December 16

    7:00 a.m.: The Little Drummer Boy (1968)
    7:30 a.m.: Cricket on the Hearth
    8:30 a.m.: Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas
    10:00 a.m.: Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas
    11:30 a.m.: Home Alone
    2:00 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    4:35 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
    7:15 p.m.: The Santa Clause
    9:25 p.m.: The Santa Clause 2
    11:55 p.m.: The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause

    Sunday, December 17

    7:00 a.m.: Cricket on the Hearth
    8:00 a.m.: Richie Rich’s Christmas Wish
    10:05 a.m.: Eloise at Christmastime
    12:10 p.m.: Home Alone 3
    2:15 p.m.: Prancer Returns
    4:20 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018)
    6:20 p.m.: Home Alone
    8:50 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    11:30 p.m.: Godmothered

    Monday, December 18

    7:00 a.m.: Prancer Returns
    10:30 a.m.: Family Guy (Holiday Episodes)
    11:35 a.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    2:15 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018)
    4:15 p.m.: Disney’s A Christmas Carol
    6:20 p.m.: Frozen (Disney Animated)
    8:50 p.m.: Frozen II (Disney Animated)
    12:00 a.m.: Jingle All the Way

    Tuesday, December 19

    7:00 a.m.: Richie Rich’s Christmas Wish
    10:30 a.m.: Disney’s A Christmas Carol
    12:35 p.m.: Miracle on 34th Street (1994)
    3:10 p.m.: Home Alone
    5:40 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    8:20 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
    12:00 a.m.: Jingle All the Way

    Wednesday, December 20

    7:00 a.m.: Eloise at Christmastime
    10:30 a.m.: Family Guy (Holiday Episodes)
    11:00 a.m.: The Santa Clause
    1:05 p.m.: The Santa Clause 2
    3:30 p.m.: The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause
    5:35 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
    8:15 p.m.: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
    9:20 p.m.: Frosty the Snowman
    9:55 p.m.: Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town
    12:00 a.m.: Home Alone 3

    Thursday, December 21

    7:00 a.m.: Cricket on the Hearth
    8:00 a.m.: Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas
    9:30 a.m.: Santa Buddies: The Legend of Santa Paws
    11:30 a.m.: The Search for Santa Paws
    1:30 p.m.: Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups
    3:35 p.m.: Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town
    4:40 p.m.: Frosty the Snowman
    5:15 p.m.: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
    6:20 p.m.: Home Alone
    8:50 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    11:30 p.m.: The Family Stone

    Friday, December 22

    7:00 a.m.: Prep & Landing (Disney Animated)
    7:30 a.m.: Prep & Landing: Naughty vs. Nice (Disney Animated)
    8:00 a.m.: Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas
    9:30 a.m.: Toy Story That Time Forgot (Disney · Pixar)
    10:00 a.m.: Home Alone
    12:30 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    3:10 p.m.: Noelle
    5:15 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018)
    7:15 p.m.: The Santa Clause
    9:25 p.m.: The Santa Clause 2
    11:55 p.m.: The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause

    Saturday, December 23

    7:00 a.m.: The Simpsons (Holiday Episodes)
    8:00 a.m.: Toy Story That Time Forgot (Disney · Pixar)
    8:30 a.m.: Unaccompanied Minors
    10:30 a.m.: Miracle on 34th Street (1994)
    1:05 p.m.: Disney’s A Christmas Carol
    3:10 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018)
    5:10 p.m.: Home Alone
    7:40 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    10:20 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
    1:00 a.m.: Family Guy (Holiday Episodes)

    Sunday, December 24

    7:00 a.m.: Unaccompanied Minors
    9:05 a.m.: Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas
    10:35 a.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    1:15 p.m.: Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas
    2:55 p.m.: Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
    5:35 p.m.: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
    6:40 p.m.: Frosty the Snowman
    7:15 p.m.: The Santa Clause
    9:25 p.m.: The Santa Clause 2
    11:55 p.m.: The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause

    Monday, December 25

    7:00 a.m.: Disney’s A Christmas Carol
    10:30 a.m.: Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town
    11:30 a.m.: The Santa Clause
    1:30 p.m.: The Santa Clause 2
    3:30 p.m.: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
    4:30 p.m.: Frosty the Snowman
    5:00 p.m.: Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town
    6:00 p.m.: Home Alone
    8:30 p.m.: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    12:00 a.m.: The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause

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    Scariest TV Shows of 2023 To Watch for Spooky Season

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    Spookiest TV shows 2023

    There’s a lot of demand when it comes to thrilling new shows this spooky season. 

    Over the years, there’s been an influx of new offerings to keep fans on the edge of their seats, with 2023 truly delivering an outstanding amount of shows to really amp up your Halloween viewing.

    Watching a scary show on a cold and gloomy day is one of the best things this time of year—so we’ve rounded up all the must-watch new programs and seasons! Happy watching!

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    The Fall of the House of Usher – October 12 on Netflix

    The Usher family is the most wealthy and privileged, but that all came at a cost, one that Roderick Usher’s children pay with their lives as the heirs of his dynasty begin dying one by one. As Roderick and his sister Madeline attempt to figure out what led to the deaths of his children, secrets from their past are unearthed. The series is based on Edgar Allen Poe’s story of the same name. Bruce Greenwood and Mark Hamill star. Read our recap now

     

    Goosebumps – October 13 on Disney+ 

    Based on the beloved ’90s books, the series, which skews toward a more mature audience, dropped its first five episodes on Friday the 13th with the remaining 5 arriving weekly until November. The series finds a group of high school teens targeted by the angry spirit of Harold Biddle, murdered decades prior, who is seeking revenge. Justin Long stars. Read our review here.

     

    Chucky – Syfy

    The famous foul-mouthed killer doll is back to bring more nightmares straight to your screen. Jennifer Tilly and Brad Dourif will be reprising their roles in the slasher as Chucky infiltrates the nation’s capital in an attempt to take over the first family for murderous reasons.

     

    AHS: Delicate – FX

    For the first time ever, the 12th installment of the horror franchise is based on a novel by Danielle Valentine titled Delicate Condition, which gives plenty of Rosemary’s Baby vibes. The talk of the town is the casting, which includes Emma Roberts in the lead role alongside Kim Kardashian (who has been praised for what she’s bringing to the screen this season), The Resident’s Matt Czuchry, and Cara Delevigne. It will be split into two parts, with the first arriving on Sept. 20 on FX and streaming the next day on Hulu. There’s currently no premiere date for the second part, however, the AHS spinoff American Horror Stories will also return with a four-episode Halloween event on Hulu on Oct. 26. Get ready for the thrills. 

     

    Suburban Screams – Oct 13 on Peacock

    John Carpenter, who gave us Halloween’s Haddonfield, visits seemingly idyllic small towns and suburbs in the U.S. that are hiding a true terror.

     

    Creepshow – Oct. 13 on Shudder

    The horror anthology returns for a 4th season based on the pre-graphic-novel comics. Staring Samantha Sloyan and Ruth Codd. 

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    The Curse – Nov 10 on Paramount+/Showtime 

    In this genre-bending satire young couple looking to conceive a child while kicking off their home improvement show get hexed with a curse. Starring Emma Stone.

     

    Bonus Movie – Totally Killer on Prime Video

    Kiernan Shipka and Olivia Holt join forces in the slasher that finds a teen traveling back in time and infiltrating her high school mom’s friend group to stop a serial killer. 

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    Great American Family Drops Christmas Movie Schedule With 20 Original Premieres

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    Great American Family Drops Christmas Movie Schedule With 20 Original Premieres

    Jingle bells are ringing because Great American Family just dropped its Great American Christmas movie schedule.

    In fact, the network is so eager for Christmas to start that they’re pushing up the premiere date from the previously scheduled Oct. 20 to kick off on Oct. 13. 

    Starting this Friday, it will be Christmas 24-7 at GAC, with the network even tapping its biggest star, Candace Cameron Bure, to make the announcement on social media.

     

     
     
     
     
     
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    The network will have a total of 20 original premieres, with the first one debuting on Saturday, Oct. 14. Movies will continue being released every week through Dec. 23. 

    In addition to Cameron Bure, there are many major stars that will grace your TV screens including Danica McKeller, Chad Michael Murray, Lori Loughlin and even Cameron Bure’s daughter Natasha Bure. 

     

     

     
     
     
     
     
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    Here’s the full breakdown of movies:

    Oct. 21 at 8 p.m. ET: ‘Twas the Text Before Christmas, starring Merritt Patterson and Trevor Donovan 

    Oct. 28 at 8 p.m. ET: Bringing Christmas Home, starring Jill Wagner and Paul Greene

    Oct. 29 at 8 p.m. ET: Journey to Christmas, starring Ash Tsai and Joey Heyworth

    Nov. 4 at 8 p.m. ET: A Dash of Christmas, starring Laura Osnes and Christopher Russell

    Nov. 5 at 8 p.m. ET: Our Christmas Wedding, starring Holly Deveaux and Drew Seeley

    Nov. 11 at 8 p.m. ET: Christmas Keepsake, starring Jillian Murray and Daniel Lissing

    Nov. 12 at 8 p.m. ET: A Christmas Blessing, starring Lori Loughlin, James Tupper and Jesse Hutch

    Nov. 18 at 8 p.m. ET: Santa, Maybe, starring Aubrey Reynolds 

    Nov. 19 at 8 p.m. ET: A Paris Christmas Waltz, starring Jen Lilley and Matthew Morrison 

    Nov. 24 at 8 p.m. ET: My Christmas Hero, starring Candace Cameron Bure and Gabriel Hogan

    Nov. 25 at 8 p.m. ET: A Royal Date for Christmas, starring Danica McKellar and Damon Runyan  

    Nov. 26 at 8 p.m. ET: A Christmas for the Ages, starring Natasha Bure, Anna Ferguson, Kate Craven and Cheryl Ladd 

    Dec. 2 at 8 p.m. ET: Christmas on Windmill Way, starring Christa Taylor Brown and Chad Michael Murray

    Dec. 3 at 8 p.m. ET: The Jinglebell Jubilee, starring Erin Agostino and Marshall Williams

    Dec. 9 at 8 p.m. ET: Meet Me Under the Mistletoe, starring Sarah Fisher and Simon Arblaster

    Dec. 10 at 8 p.m. ET: Peppermints & Postcards, starring Ella Cannon and Christopher Russell

    Dec. 16 at 8 p.m. ET: Designing Christmas with You, starring Susie Abromeit and Liam McIntyre 

    Dec. 17 at 8 p.m. ET: 12 Games of Christmas, starring Johnny Ramey and Felisha Cooper

    Dec. 23 at 8 p.m. ET: A Royal Christmas Holiday, starring Brittany Underwood and Jonathan Stoddard 

     

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