Travel Your 2020 Holiday Movie Preview

13:30  27 october  2020
13:30  27 october  2020 Source:   shondaland.com

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If ever there was a year that called for 70+ holiday TV movies to watch between now and the end of December, it’s 2020. Sure they’re all kind of cheesy and seem to theorize that every love story begins with a city dweller heading into a small town for the holidays, but you know what? Bring on the holiday cheese. We need it these days.

Dolly Parton, Jarod Joseph posing for a photo: With 70+ holiday movies set to premiere this season, here's a handy guide for choosing which made-for-TV fare is right for you! © Netfix/Lifetime/Hallmark With 70+ holiday movies set to premiere this season, here's a handy guide for choosing which made-for-TV fare is right for you!

With everything else going on in the world, isn’t it kind of nice to turn on a movie knowing there is a 100 percent chance it’ll have a happy ending? This year is begging for that kind of predictability, and regardless of production schedule changes, our holiday movie-making juggernauts have not disappointed. Hallmark is airing 40 new TV movies over both the Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel. Lifetime has 30 new offerings. Even Netflix is throwing in a handful of original holiday movies for good measure.

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With all of these options, how does one choose which holiday movies to watch? Option 1) You could attempt to watch all of them, but fair warning: You might wake up to find yourself in a small town B&B competing in a snow angel contest and straight-up snorting candy canes without ever remembering how you got there. Such is the power of these movies. Option 2) Think about your favorite part of the holiday season and find a movie that highlights that element. It could be something simple like “decorating the tree” or “spending time with family” or “snow, maybe?” or it could be something highly specific that you thought you were alone in loving, like the items outlined below. The good news is that an abundance of options means there’s something for everyone.

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A soon-to-be stepmom is snowed in with her fiancé's two children at a remote holiday village. Just as relations begin to thaw between the trio, some This mix of a scripted buddy comedy road movie and a real hidden camera prank show follows the outrageous misadventures of two buds stuck in a rut

Is your favorite part of the holidays possibly running into someone from your past and falling in love with that person?

Then you should watch:

The Christmas Aunt

Premieres November 1 on Lifetime

Yes! Finally, some love for the aunts. Sorry single moms, but you’ve had your holiday romances, okay? Rebecca (Keisha Knight Pulliam) comes home to take care of her niece and nephew for the holidays and well, looky here — she runs into her childhood best friend Drew (Jarod Joseph). Rebecca and Drew revive some old Christmas traditions and start some new ones that probably include kissing.

Let’s Meet Again on Christmas Eve

Premieres December 5 on Lifetime

College sweethearts Corrine (Kyla Pratt) and Rob (Brooks Darnell) have to part ways as they move across the world, but promise to meet up again in two years on Christmas Eve to see if they’re made for each other. One of them doesn’t show. When they run into each other again, there’s some explaining to do. Mainly: Who thought this plan was a good idea? Didn’t they have a phone? Couldn’t they call to clear things up the next day? I have so many questions as to how they missed each other but also complete confidence that they get over themselves and start making out once more.

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The Christmas Set-Up

Premieres December 12 on Lifetime

You know Fran Drescher as a nanny, but here she arrives to us as a meddling mother who plays matchmaker for her lovelorn son Hugo (Ben Lewis). When he returns home for the holidays, she sets him up with his childhood crush Patrick (Ben Lee) and they fall for each other. There’s a whole conflict about Hugo getting a job offer in London but come on, you know love will reign supreme. It is the only way.

Is your favorite part of the holidays welcoming an unexpected guest into your home and falling in love with that person?

Then you should watch:

One Royal Holiday

Premieres October 31 at 8 p.m. on Hallmark Channel

It’s that age-old story of girl invites stranded boy and mother to stay at her family B&B during a blizzard, girl discovers boy is a prince, girl and boy fall in love over the holidays. Although I’ve lived through blizzards without ever bumping into a secret prince and therefore question the premise of this movie, I am very much always here for made-up royal kingdoms in the name of holiday romance and a cast loaded with broadway stars including Aaron Tveit, Laura Osnes, Krystal Joy Brown, and Victoria Clark. There will be waltzing and there will be swooning.

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Never Kiss a Man in a Christmas Sweater

Premieres November 7 at 8 p.m. ET on Hallmark Channel

Hand to my heart, I hope this movie offers zero context for its title. It’s better that way. Here, single mom Maggie (Ashley Williams) crashes into hot mystery man Lucas (Niall Matter) on a Christmas tree lot — an always welcome holiday meet-cute location — and injures him so much that he can’t go on his planned ski trip. Naturally, Maggie invites him to stay in her guest house because that doesn’t seem dangerous at all, and sparks fly. I guess the moral of this movie is that if you want to find love these days, injure someone and bring them home to stay with you. Also, the general plot of Misery. Do with that what you will.

Is your favorite part of the holidays taking care of someone else’s children and then falling in love with their parent or guardian or a contractor helping you build a room for the aforementioned children?

Then you should watch:

Holly & Ivy

Premieres November 1 on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

I come to holiday TV movies for the romantic cheese, but tears, Holly & Ivy? Tears?! Unfortunately, it seems inevitable because this movie’s about a woman named Melody (Janel Parrish) who promises to take in her neighbor Nina’s (Marisol Nichols) daughters as her own when she learns Nina is sick. There’s also a hot contractor named Adam (Jeremy Jordan) involved. So maybe it won’t be all tears of sadness!

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Christmas with the Darlings

Premieres November 8 on Hallmark Channel

Jessica (Katrina Law) is an assistant and almost-lawyer who agrees to watch her boss’ orphaned nieces and nephew over the holidays. The kids’ other uncle, Max (Carlo Marks), also shows up and well, you know how this goes.

Christmas in Vienna

Premieres November 14 on Hallmark Channel

Jess (Sarah Drew) is a violinist in Vienna for a holiday concert. Mark (Brennan Elliott) is a diplomat and widowed father of three also in Vienna for, like, diplomat stuff. Mark’s nanny Tori (Alina Fritsch) also happens to be friends with Jess and eventually, Jess ends up watching Mark’s kids for a little, falling in love with them and eventually, one must assume, with their dad. It feels a little complicated but, sure why not?

Is your favorite part of the holidays the fact that you can eat and drink whatever you want, whenever you want and no one can say anything about it because it’s the holiday season?

Please eat one vegetable and have a glass of water and then watch:

Christmas on the Vine

Premieres November 13 on Lifetime

Will a marketing executive (Julianna Guill) and the owner of a struggling winery (Jon Cor) in her small hometown be able to work together to stop a wine conglomerate from putting local wineries out of business? Will they do it before Christmas? Will they do it while also realizing they’re perfect for each other? Will they do it while also saying cliché things about wine? I hope the answer to all those questions is yes.

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A Sugar & Spice Holiday

Premieres December 13 on Lifetime

Okay, this one ticks off a lot of holiday romance movie boxes: Is a character an architect? Yup, our heroine Suzie (Jacky Lai) is. Does someone travel home to their small town? Suzie is visiting her parents in small-town Maine for the holidays. Is there a holiday-themed competition? Oh yeah — Suzie enters a gingerbread house competition in honor of her late grandmother, a legendary baker. Is there someone from our protagonist’s past who makes an appearance and makes her feel things? Yes! Suzie’s old friend Billy (Tony Giroux) assists her in the competition...and probably with a few other, Lifetime-appropriate things, if you know what I mean.

Christmas on the Menu

Premieres December 18 on Lifetime

Josie (Kim Shaw) is a chef spending the holidays at her family’s B&B and her mom’s new restaurant. Tanner (Clayton James) is a food critic who has given Josie some bad reviews in the past and is in town for the restaurant opening. Will they ever overcome their professional feud? (Yes, yes they will)

Is your favorite part of the holidays knowing that so many writers and podcasters will fall in love?

Then you should watch:

The Christmas Yule Blog

Premieres November 6 at 8 p.m. on Lifetime

I don’t even care what this movie is about (a blogger falls in love on Christmas, what more do you need to know?), this title is perfect and I will watch it.

The Christmas Edition

Premieres November 15 on Lifetime

Journalist Jackie (Carly Hughes) really knows how to make the most of her holiday time: This year she’ll be not only saving the newspaper of a small Alaskan town, but also falling in love with the son (Rob Mayes) of the paper’s previous owner. Meanwhile, I spend most of the holiday season on my couch watching holiday romance TV movies. I’m in awe of her productivity.

Dear Christmas

Premieres November 27 on Lifetime

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Podcast host Natalie (Melissa Joan Hart) has made a living telling stories about people finding love over the holidays, but has yet to find love herself. That changes when she heads home during a book tour and falls in love with a firefighter played by Jason Priestly. Brandon Walsh as a firefighter looking for love over the holidays? Yes, please and thank you.

Christmas Ever After

Premieres December 6 on Lifetime

Honestly, I live for a good holiday TV movie about writer’s block being cured by snow-based activities and falling in love. It’s a constant reminder that I’ve been dealing with writer’s block all wrong. Here, romance novelist Izzi (Ali Stroker) holes up in a B&B to finish her book but is plagued with writer’s block until she realizes the owner of the B&B, Matt (Daniel di Tomasso), looks like the hunky dude from her novels. On an unrelated note, I gotta go and make a reservation at a snowy B&B.

Christmas She Wrote

Premieres December 6 on Hallmark Channel

First of all, if you’re not singing this title to the tune of Murder She Wrote we'll wait while you give that a try. Second of all, according to the official synopsis, this is about a writer, Kayleigh (Danica McKellar), with a romance column that gets cancelled and then as she’s back in her hometown sulking about it, is visited by the man (Dylan Neal) who ended her career. He wants to make amends, get her column back, and also date her? I'm not sure how I would feel about that, but you do you, Kayleigh.

Is your favorite part of the holidays time travel?

Then you should watch:

A Timeless Christmas

Premieres November 15 on Hallmark Channel

Per usual, Hallmark is doing the most this Christmas, and by the most I obviously mean giving us the time travel holiday romance we all want and also need. Here, a man named Charles (Ryan Paevey) travels from the early 1900s to the present only to find his family mansion has been turned into a historic landmark. What else could happen from here other than he falls for the tour guide, Megan (Erin Cahill). Plenty of romance and Charles in the-future-confuses-me montages surely ensue.

Christmas Comes Twice

Premieres December 13 on Hallmark Channel

Emily (Tamera Mowry-Housley) gets on a Christmas carousel that sends her five years back in time so that she can have a second chance with the guy (Michael Xavier) who got away. If it isn’t already clear, I love these movies.

Is your favorite part of the holidays being visited by country music icons in supernatural form?

Then you should watch:

Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square

Premieres November 22 on Netflix

All you really need to know about this movie musical is that it contains 14 original songs by Dolly Parton and is directed by Debbie Allen. But just in case you need more convincing to watch, you should also know that this movie musical features Dolly Parton as an angel who visits a Scrooge-esque woman played by Christine Baranski (!!) to help her realize that it’s super duper evil to evict everyone who lives in her hometown so that she can sell it to a mall developer. I mean, you’d think she wouldn’t need a Dolly Parton angel to figure that out, but then we’d be robbed of all the singing, dancing, and outpouring of Christmas spirit, so I’ll allow it.

A Nashville Christmas Carol

Premieres November 21 on Hallmark Channel

If Dolly Parton as an angel isn’t enough, how about Wynonna Judd as a ghost in a Nashville-take on A Christmas Carol? She comes to visit workaholic TV producer Vivenne (Jessy Schram) who needs to get her priorities straight. Obviously, this includes falling for her childhood sweetheart. Like I said, priorities!

Is your favorite part of the holidays that thing when you and a duchess realize you look identical so you switch places to have an adventure and find your true loves and then discover you have a third look-alike and things get really crazy? I thought I was the only one!

We should both definitely watch:

The Princess Switch: Switched Again

Premieres November 19 on Netflix

I didn’t know I needed a sequel to The Princess Switch — the Netflix holiday movie in which a Duchess (Vanessa Hudgens) who is supposed to marry a prince switches places with a Chicago baker (also Vanessa Hudgens) who looks identical to her and the duchess falls for a commoner and the baker falls for the prince — but now that I know one’s coming, my arms are open wide. This go-around the ladies find a third look-alike (yup, more Hudgens), who stirs up trouble for both of them. Hopefully someone immediately asks about a possible cloning situation because otherwise, what is going on here?

Maggie Fremont is a freelance pop culture writer with a focus on television. You can find more of her writing on Vulture, Entertainment Weekly's EW.com, and TV Guide.

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