Movies That Will Move You During the Lovingest Time of the Year

Christmas Confession: I’ve never seen a Hallmark movie I didn’t like, especially at holiday time. These are good stories about good people. Uplifting. Pure and Simple. Celebrating its 10th anniversary of holiday enchantment, Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries are airing inspiring new selections as part of their Countdown to Christmas and Miracles of Christmas lineups.  

You can find them all on Frndly TV, the first live and on-demand streaming service for the American Family, offering 12 top-rated channels. It costs only $5.99 a month for the Basic Plan, which is super affordable for anyone who has cut the (cable) cord and is missing out on some of the programming you’ve long enjoyed.  

I can’t think of a single reason not to try family-Frndly TV, especially now that you can enjoy its wonderful shows for FREE for 7 days. And just in time for the holidays!  

I’ve put these nine movies on my must-watch list, but even if I miss a few I can always record them to watch in the new year.  Let it snow. Let it snow. Let it snow. 


Christmas at Graceland: Home for the Holidays 
Saturday, November 23 
Hallmark Channel 

Got to admit I have a “cougar crush” on Adrian Grenier, even if he steals the heart of effervescent and charming Kaitlin Doubleday in their roles as wealthy widower and devoted nanny. Can’t wait to see if he gets her to return home to Memphis forever in another endearing Christmas movie filmed at the real Graceland.  

Our Christmas Love Song 
Sunday, November 24 
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

It never gets tired: Girl leaves hometown to pursue a music career and has great success. Returning home during a crisis, she finds what’s important in life right where she left it. Alicia Witt is country star Melody Jones and Brendan Hines is the boy she left behind. You absolutely can go home again.

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