Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Many Wonderful Christmas Movies on TV!

It’s a Wonderful Movie... your Guide to Family Movies


There may not be any more New Premiere Movies coming to TV; however, there are still lots of beloved Favorites still airing on TV, plus Specials, and Classic Christmas Movies to look forward to and enjoy!

Including: It's a Wonderful Life, I Love Lucy : Christmas Episode in Color, Remember the Night, Christmas For A Dollar, Hallmark Hall of Fame Movie: Christmas With Holly, The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, Home Alone, A Home for the Holidays with Celine Dion, Michael Buble's Holiday Special, White Christmas, The Nativity Story, Christmas in Connecticut, A Charlie Brown Christmas, A Christmas Carol with Alastair Sim, A Christmas Story, Christmas in Connecticut, Eloise at Christmastime, Meet Me in St. Louis, and much, much more!!!

See the Christmas TV Schedule for all of these Specials and More!

Merry Christmas, Everyone!

11 comments:

  1. Of the new movies this year, the standouts for me were... "The Thanksgiving House", "The Christmas Ornament", "The Twelve Trees of Christmas", and "Let It Snow."

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  2. Net
    I can't thank you enough for your website! This has been great. Your followers are so blessed to have someone like you to do this for you. I wish you many blessing fro the holiday season and a happy and healthy New Year

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  3. Yes, thanks Net for another Great Year! Love this site all year but the mostest at Christmas time! I do love hearing throughout the year, even if it is in the Spring, any news you get on upcoming Christmas Movies. So I will be patient and look forward to that.

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  4. You picked some nice movies, Casey. I liked "Window Wonderland" and "Fir Crazy".

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    1. I liked those as well. Overall Hallmark did a great job this year. The other channels not so much.

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  5. I think november christmas, fallen angel, the ultimate gift were some of the better ones. patti

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  6. I loved Snow Bride and A Very Merry Mix-Up. Anyone else liked those two?

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  7. You've done a great job!!! Thanks so much for providing this list. It's greatly appreciated and I don't miss movies, thanks to you. Cami 52

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  8. Best movies shown this holiday season: A Very Merry Mix-up, Matchmaker Santa, Help for the Holidays - when will these be released on DVD>????

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  9. I think, once again, that Hallmark had the best selection of movies but perhaps I'm biased because I mainly seek out "family" movies. Some of the offerings on Lifetime I wouldn't be comfortable watching with my children. I was surprised at The Family Channel's movie - Holidaze starring Jennie Garth. I thought this would be a good family choice since it was produced and aired on a network called The Family Channel but a few minutes into the movie, the main character played by Jennie Garth, jumps into bed and has a one-night stand with a complete stranger. I'm glad I pre-screened this one. Sad that the holiday movie season is almost over but happy that Hallmark came through with some wonderful movies this year! Thanks for letting us know about them!

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  10. Oh, my gosh!! I can't believe it's almost over!! I' m feeling a little Christmas withdraw already!! LOL!! With all the shopping, decorating and endless Christmas movies, I have yet to thank you, Net, for making our scheduling of all the great new and old Christmas favorites so easy to keep track of. What a great job you've done for all of us who follow you!! Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year to you and your family and may God bless you, indeed!!

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