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Something From Tiffany’s Review – A Love Story With Heart

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‘Tis the season for Christmas movies, but Something From Tiffany’s has the makings of a classic romantic film that just so happens to take place around the holidays. 

In fact, it shouldn’t even fall under the category of Christmas movies as the protagonist, Rachel (Zoey Deutch,  is Jewish, and thus, the film falls under the Chrismukkah genre. 

And that’s just one of the things that makes it stand out from the holiday herd. 

*** SPOILERS AHEAD — Stop reading now if you haven’t watched the movie ***

It’s rare to find a film with so much heart amongst the manufactured and overly cheesy offerings that come out of this season but leave it to Reese Witherspoon to make it happen.

Witherspoon takes her wealth of knowledge about what it takes to create a successful romantic movie behind the scenes, letting a new generation shine on the screen and dazzle audiences… and they don’t let her—or us—down.

The plot of the film is fairly simple and straightforward—a switcheroo at Tiffany’s throws two relationships into turmoil—but what makes it stand out is the believable acting and chemistry between the leads, Deutch’s Rachel and Kendrick Sampson’s Ethan.

From their first meet-cute at the hospital, it’s clear that there’s an unspoken chemistry between Rachel and Ethan. You can feel that connection getting stronger with every line and every personal anecdote they share with each other, like Ethan opening up about his late wife or his idea for a novel, which he didn’t even disclose to his girlfriend Vanessa (Shay Mitchell).

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But though they definitely acknowledge the attraction—how could they not?—they remain in denial, convincing themselves that they’re in the right relationships when everyone around them, particularly Rachel’s BFF and business partner Terri (Jojo T. Gibbs), knows that couldn’t be further from the truth. Terri serves as the film’s comical relief, though she doesn’t have to try hard at it, she just is with her witty one-liners and glaring distaste for Gary (Ray Nicholson), which is deserved. 

Daisy, Ethan’s daughter, on the other hand, is the whip-smart preteen who knows that Vanessa is not the right woman for the job, but she’s going to let her dad figure that out on her own. 

The whole gift from Tiffany’s mixup is a good excuse for Ethan not to look at the facts right away, as he’s so motivated to get the ring back. And he’s thrown a loop when he tries to Gary, the man hit by the car when they accidentally switched bags, and realizes that he used the ring to propose.

In Gary’s defense, he didn’t have any memory of what happened from his time shopping at Tiffany’s, so when Rachel opened the box, he assumed it was the purchase he made. However, that defense is short-lived as he definitely knew something was up when he found the receipt and saw that he bought a pair of earrings instead. And when Ethan finally came to confront him, Gary proved that he’s a self-centered jerk by pretending that he didn’t know what he was talking about and refusing to cop to his part in the messy situation. 

The plot unfolds in a rather unpredictable way, which only adds to the enjoyment of viewers. Rachel doesn’t find out about the mixup through Gary or Ethan, who chose not to say anything because he didn’t want to hurt her. Instead, she learns the truth from the sales lady at Tiffany’s who remembered the ring and told her she sold it to the man and his daughter, Daisy. From there, Rachel realizes that Gary’s whole proposal felt like it was too good to be true because it was. 

Nothing feels forced or contrived like in some formulaic holiday films—from the organic way Ethan and Rachel establish a relationship to Rachel’s decision to break up with Gary for reasons not associated with Ethan. 

Ethan and Rachel are drawn to each other through sheer circumstance, and the more they spent around each other, their connection makes more and more sense. Their lives fit into each other as they have similar likes, interests, and outlooks, but it becomes clearer that his road is divulging from Vanessa’s, who has never been overly supportive of his career and didn’t want to move back to NYC. A common characteristic of the “other woman” in rom-coms is that she’s a bad person, but that’s not the case here. Vanessa is brilliant and accomplished, but at the end of the day, she’s just not Ethan’s person… and that’s okay.

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The location could’ve easily shifted to a small town, but that’s also what distinguishes it from all the subpar and cheesy films churned out yearly—it embraces New York City. The leading lady isn’t some heartless, overworked and underappreciated career woman who needs to escape to find herself.  A warmth radiates from Rachel, a self-assured boss babe who runs a bustling bakery/restaurant. Though she’s had her share of failures, she’s used them as motivation. So what if she eats too many pastries? And so what if I spend half the film wondering how she stays so lean after eating several cornettos a day? The point is, it’s possible for NYC not to be painted as the villain, but rather, the perfect backdrop for a holiday film with its bright twinkling lights, crisp snowflakes, and pristine decor that sets a magical mood.

It wasn’t the city inspiring Ethan to write, it was Rachel, and for someone who just got engaged, she couldn’t stop thinking about another man. And if someone you just met takes up permanent residence in your brain, it’s safe to say you should probably heed the warning.

As mentioned, I liked that Rachel’s feelings for Ethan didn’t lead to her split with Gary. There’s no doubt that they likely played a part, but Rachel could no longer avoid the unavoidable; she was at her wits end and made the move that was a long time coming, which gave her a clean slate to finally take the risk and follow her heart. 

Ethan got a little push from his daughter, who informed him that he needed to get the girl through a big romantic gesture. It wasn’t a boombox, but a flower delivery asking Rachel to meet him at “their spot”—because yes, they already have one of those so early on which is how you know it’s right—if she feels the same way about him.

The film didn’t challenge the rom-com status quo because the formula already works (otherwise, we wouldn’t have all these films shoved down our throats each year), but it did gave it a bit of a facelift to keep it fresh and fun, which was enough to give the film some staying power.

And they addressed my one gripe with holiday flicks that end so abruptly once the lovers get together, leaving the audience hanging after they’ve just invested nearly two hours into this journey.

We deserve to know what happens after that first kiss, and when Something From Tiffany’s jumps one year forward, it’s clear the difference a year can make. Instead of a broken engagement, Ethan is getting down on one knee to pop the question with the something from Tiffany’s—the ring that was meant to be Rachel’s all along.

And all it took was one innocent mix-up.

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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!

2023 Fall TV Schedule—Here are the 17 Shows That Need to Be on Your Radar

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. 

11 Best Spooky TV Shows That Are Perfect to Watch For Halloween

 

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Great American Family Drops Christmas Movie Schedule With 20 Original Premieres

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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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