Prepare for yuletide overload.
Beginning Friday, Oct. 21 and extending through Sunday, Dec. 25, broadcast networks, cable channels and select streaming services are serving more than 150 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 details every made-for-TV movie airing across nearly two-dozen platforms — including, but not limited to: CBS, Freevee, Hallmark Channel, Hulu, Lifetime, NBC, Netflix and Prime Video. We’ll add additional titles as they’re announced. (Last update: Thursday, Dec. 1.)
Highlights this year include HBO Max’s sequel to the 1983 classic A Christmas Story, featuring original film star Peter Billingsley; Apple TV+’s Spirited, a modern retelling of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol led by Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell; Lifetime’s A Christmas Spark, which reunites Jane Seymour with Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman‘s Joe Lando; Netflix’s Falling for Christmas, which marks Lindsay Lohan’s formal return to acting; and Candace Cameron Bure Presents: A Christmas… Present, which serves as the former Hallmark queen’s debut on rival GAC Family.
As for Hanukkah movies, well… there’s one: Hallmark’s Hanukkah on Rye.
Scroll down to browse our extensive guide — which is broken down by network and airdate — then hit the comments with your reactions to this year’s slate.