Friday, November 26, 10/9c
Moonlight & Mistletoe
Having grown up with Christmas year-round in a quaint New England town named Santaville, a young woman has lost her Christmas spirit. When her father is injured, she returns home to find Santaville in financial trouble. In her effort to help her dad save his beloved town, she is able to reconcile her past and find love in her future. Stars Tom Arnold, Candace Cameron Burre and Barbara Niven.
Friday, December 3, 10/9c
Santa's twenty-something slacker son learns the spirit of Christmas when he takes over the family business. Stars Lauren Holly and Judd Nelson.
Friday, December 10, 10/9c
Mr. St. Nick
Deciding it's time to pass the torch on to his son, Nick St. Nicholas, Santa learns that his son has a few plans of his own. When things go terribly wrong, only a miracle can stop Christmas from becoming a dim memory forever. Stars Kelsey Grammer, Ana Ortiz, Charles Durning and Katherine Helmond.
Friday, December 17, 10/9
All I Want for Christmas
A nine-year-old boy enters a corporate-sponsored contest in which entrants are asked for their greatest Christmas wish. Unbeknownst to his widowed mother, he asks the contest organizers to help her find a new husband. Stars Gail O'Grady, Robert Mailhouse and Greg Germann.
Friday, December 24, 10/9c
Eloise at Christmastime
The precocious six-year-old of the beloved Eloise books gets into the holiday spirit while playing cupid. Stars Julie Andrews, Sofia Vassilieva, Christine Baranski and Jeffrey Tambor.
Oooohhhh, they are soooo Funny! If they play the same clips with the movie, The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, as they did last year, then you will love it - it was absolutely hilarious!
And of all the movie selections with hoops and yoyo this year... I am most excited to see them do Eloise at Christmastime! It is such an adorable movie, I look forward to seeing what they add to it!
Which one do you look forward to seeing?