Christmas Time Is Here! The Ultimate Guide to 140 Holiday Movies on Hallmark, Lifetime, Netflix and More

Watch Christmas Movies on TV

Prepare for yuletide overload.

Beginning Friday, Oct. 22 and extending through Saturday, Dec. 25, broadcast networks, basic cable channels and select streaming services are serving up 140 original Christmas movies, and TVLine has compiled a comprehensive list (don’t worry, we’ve checked it twice!) to help you keep track of ’em all.

The following guide thus far encompasses made-for-TV movies airing on BET+, Bounce, CBS, Comedy Central, The CW, Discovery+, Disney Channel, GAC Family (fka Great American Country), Hallmark Channel (and its various sister networks), HBO Max, ION, Lifetime, Netflix, Nickelodeon, OWN, Peacock, Paramount+, The Roku Channel, UPtv and VH1. We’ll also add additional titles and photos if/when they become available. (Last update: Monday, Nov. 15.)

Several festive flicks contain mini-cast reunions, including Hallmark Channel’s A Kiss Before Christmas (which has Desperate Housewives‘ Teri Hatcher and James Denton); The Christmas Contest (starring Fuller House‘s Candace Cameron Bure and John Brotherton); and Next Stop, Christmas (bringing together Back to the Future‘s Lea Thompson and Christopher Lloyd). Lifetime, meanwhile, has Blending Christmas (featuring The Brady Bunch‘s Barry Williams, Christopher Knight, Mike Lookinland and Susan Olsen) and A Christmas Dance Reunion (headlined by High School Musical‘s Corbin Bleu and Monique Coleman).

You’ll also find several sequels to holiday films of years’ past, including Vanessa Hudgens in The Princess Switch 3, Brandon Routh in The Nine Kittens of Christmas, Kelly Rowland in Merry Liddle Christmas Baby and Robert Buckley in The Christmas House 2.

As for Hanukkah films, well… there’s one: Hallmark’s Eight Gifts of Hanukkah (starring Lucifer‘s Inbar Lavi).

Scroll down to browse our extensive guide, then hit the comments with your reactions to this year’s slate.