Friday, November 20, 2015

7 Thanksgiving & Christmas themed New Movies this Weekend on TV!!!

It's the Weekend before Thanksgiving,
and there are plenty of Great Appetizers - before the Big Feast...

Saturday November 21, 2015 -

The Hallmark Channel Presents a Magical Family Christmas Story with...


Storyline via Hallmark: An ambitious businesswoman devoid of holiday spirit - and afraid of commitment - inherits her late aunt's cherished old inn at Christmastime. When she decides to sell the inn, a handsome local... Click Here to read more... Includes my Movie Review!!!

Northpole: Open for Christmas
Premieres Saturday November 21st, 2015
on the Hallmark Channel at 8pm/7c.

Lifetime presents their first Holiday Movie for 2015, with...

Storyline via Lifetime: The movie follows the story of the Emmerson family, recently divorced father Ron (Jay Harrington) and his kids Tim (Graham Verchere) and Annie (Genevieve Buechner), as they head to the quaint town of Turkey Hollow to spend a rustic Thanksgiving at the farm of Ron’s eccentric Aunt Cly (Mary Steenburgen). Surprised by the lack of internet and technology in Turkey Hollow, Tim and Annie soon find themselves swept up... Click Here to read more...

Jim Henson’s Turkey Hollow
Premieres Saturday November 21st, 2015
on Lifetime at 8pm/7c.

Sunday November 22, 2015 -

UP has a new Heartwarming Family Christmas Movie...

Storyline via UP: In Angels in the Snow, the affluent, yet troubled Montgomery family hits the road for a special Christmas in the mountains. Workaholic real estate developer Charles (Chris Potter) hopes to mend fences with his wife Judith (Kristy Swanson), a former NY fashion editor, and reconnect with his cell-phone-dependent, squabbling children – Alexander (15, Nick Purcha), Jennifer (14, Lizzie Boys) and Emily (10, Jaeda Lily Miller) – by surprising them all with a getaway to unveil the ultra-modern, luxurious, fully-stocked cabin in the woods that he has designed and built. Sadly, his good intentions are quickly dashed when... Click Here to read more...

Angels in the Snow
Premieres Sunday November 22nd, 2015
on the UP Network at 7pm/6c.

Say "I do" to watching the New Hallmark Channel movie...

Storyline via Hallmark: In this new holiday treat, Brie is an ad executive who lands her dream assignment organizing the perfect Christmas wedding for a fashion magazine. If all goes well, it’s promised that she’ll be promoted to partner at her agency. But whoops, it seems there’s a little catch... Click Here to read more...  

Merry Matrimony
Premieres Sunday November 22nd, 2015
on the Hallmark Channel at 8pm/7c.

The First of Four New Hallmark Movie & Mysteries Christmas Movies begins this Sunday with...

Storyline via Hallmark: The Cookie Jar's busiest time of the year also happens to be the most wonderful time...for Christmas cookies, Hannah's own special plum pudding . She's busy as can be and loving it. She also gets a kick out of 'Lunatic Larry Jaeger's Crazy Elf Christmas Tree Lot', a kitschy carnival taking place smack-dab in the middle of the village green. Larry thinks he's crazy like a fox with his wild business schemes, but this time, the entrepreneur may have bitten off more than he can chew... Click Here to read more...

Murder She Baked - A Plum Pudding Mystery
Premieres Sunday November 22nd, 2015
on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel at 9pm/8c.

*Also, premiering Saturday night is A Royal Family Holiday on TV ONE (unknown rating - please check before viewing) and on NAT GEO Sunday night is Part 1 of Saints and Strangers, which is the story of the first Thanksgiving and is rated TV-14.

Hope you enjoy this Weekend
of New Thanksgiving & Christmas Movies!!!

Blessings! Net


  1. I can't believe Thanksgiving is less than a week away and what a great line-up we have to begin the festivities!! Thank you, Net, for all your hard work to keep us informed on every little detail of our favorites past and present!! May God bless you and continue to enrich your gift to bring so much pleasure to all of us following your blog!! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!!!!

    1. I know just what you mean, Linda! Where did the time go?... We've been counting down the days and here it is!!! I'm trying to hold on and cherish every minute and make as many memories as possible!!!

      Thank you for always bringing warmth to my heart - with your uplifting messages and a smile on my face!!!

      God bless you, too, and many blessings to your home & family this Thanksgiving and Holy Season!!! :)

  2. Net, “Cedar Cove’s” official Facebook page and Debbie Macomber’s blog say that “Cedar Cove” will not get a fourth season. Do you know why the show got cancelled? Is “Cedar Cove” going to do what “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” did and have a movie series instead of a TV show?

  3. With the million movies released at Christmas I am beyond glad to have your site to keep it all straight. Now, if only it wasn't all on at the same time.

    1. So glad I can help you navigate your way through all the many Christmas movies!!! Thank you for following my site!!! :)

  4. Great weekend movie post, Net. Thanks to you I never miss anything anymore. This weekend I can't decide b/tween Merry M or M She Baked? Any one you would recommend over the other? I do plan to catch either one at a later date.

    1. Oh, I couldn't say! I haven't decided, yet, either! That's the only problem with HMM - now I can't decide between the channels! Too many great movies to watch all at once! Whichever way I go - I, too, plan to watch the other when it repeats!!! Hope you enjoy whatever you watch!!! :)

  5. Linda above says it perfectly! Thanks Net for all of your hard work on keeping all of us informed and up-to-date! Have a most blessed Thanksgiving!

    1. Yes, Linda always brightens my day with her thoughtful comments! She's a gift!

      Thank you, also, Mark... means so much to me!!! Truly! Have a wonderful weekend and enjoy all the new & old Christmas Movies!!! :)

      Hope you have a Happy, most Blessed Thanksgiving, as well!

  6. The North Pole movie was so much fun! So much better than the first one. It should have been on national tv to me.

    I really liked Merry Matrimony a lot. I thought the leads had a ton of chemistry and the other characters were likeable.

    The Paper Angels one was pretty good. It came on an hour before Merry Matrimony and then repeated right after it was over, so I was able to watch the end.

    I didn't watch Turkey Hallow, because I was watching North Pole!



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