Countdown to Christmas has begun on The Hallmark Channel and that gives us the warm fuzzies with the right amount of sappiness. We all need a little bit of that, right? Here are some movies we plan to watch.
Christmas in Vienna, Nov. 14
Jess, a concert violinist whose heart just isn’t in it anymore, goes to Vienna for a performance. While there, she finds the inspiration she has been missing – and a new love, of course.
The Christmas House, Nov. 22
Summoned home by their parents to bring the family and community together, one son, Brandon, and his husband Jake, anxiously await a call about the adoption of their first child (thumbs up, Hallmark, for family diversity) while the other son, Mike, reconnects with his high school sweetheart.
A Christmas Tree Grows in Colorado, Nov. 24
A community development director is planning the ultimate Christmas celebration in Brooklyn, Colorado. When she sets her eyes on the perfect spruce tree, a firefighter stands in her way unless she wins him over.
Time for Us to Come Home for Christmas, Dec. 5
Five guests are mysteriously invited to an inn to celebrate Christmas in this show produced by Blake Shelton. Sarah (Hallmark fave Lacey Chabert) discovers that an event from the past may connect them and change their lives forever.
Christmas Comes Twice, Dec. 13
A newscaster (Tamera Mowry-Housley) is heartbroken after losing the love of her life. But everything changes as she back home in time to experience a second chance at love at the town’s Christmas carnival.
Love, Lights, Hanukkah!, Dec. 20
After taking a DNA test, Christina learns she’s Jewish. She goes on a journey to discover herself in this Hanukkah-themed movie with a love interest played by Boy Meets World‘s Ben Savage.
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This article also appeared in Chicago Parent’s holiday 2020 magazine.