‘Tis the season for watching Hallmark Channel Christmas movies ! But for those who have cut the cable cord but still want to binge on all of those lighthearted movies filled with love, some romantic clichés and lots of holiday spirit, don’t sweat it. There are a few ways that you can find the flicks you’re looking for without cable.
Amazon Prime Members can add the Hallmark Movies Now Channel for $5.99 per month. If you’re not a Prime member already, you can give it a try for free for seven days. But if you’re not interested in continuing to subscribe, make sure you cancel before the trial period is up.
But if Prime’s not for you but you need your fill of a trusty Hallmark Channel marathon, try using a streaming device like a Roku, Fire Stick, Xbox, Chromecast or a Smart TV . For $5.99 per month, you can watch using the Hallmark Movies Now service.
And if the thought of the movies doesn’t get you excited enough, the Hallmark Channel’s Countdown to Christmas is debuting 24 new films between Oct. 26 and Dec. 28. Here is the full lineup , which is perfect for printing and sticking on the refrigerator:
The 24/7 slate is filled with big names and holiday romance. One of the big star-studded films is “Christmas At Dollywood,” which premieres on Dec. 8 at 8 p.m Eastern, starring Dolly Parton and Danica McKellar from “The Wonder Years.”
According to the channel, McKellar’s character, Rachel Lewis, is a single mom and Broadway producer who gets an opportunity to produce a show for the Smoky Mountain Christmas Festival at Dollywood. While there, she works with someone with whom she builds a romantic relationship. Nothing like some love, Dollywood and the holiday spirit for a perfect Hallmark storm!
And that’s not the only star power that will be gracing the movies!
On Nov. 30 at 8 p.m. Eastern, Lacey Chabert, from “Party of Five” and “Mean Girls,” will appear in “Christmas in Rome.”
And if you’re missing “One Tree Hill’s” Tristan, Chad Michael Murray will star in “Write Before Christmas,” which premieres on Nov. 17 at 8 p.m. Eastern.
You’ll want to find a way to watch soon because the movies have already started rolling out! Fans can catch Jodie Sweetin from “Fuller House” in the next one, “Merry and Bright,” at 8 p.m. Eastern on Nov. 2.
Who’s ready for the Hallmark Channel’s Christmas cheer?