From Hallmark and Lifetime to GAC Family, AMC, and More, Philo Is Your Home for Christmas Movies!

A TV screen displaying holiday movies to watch on Philo.

Tis the Season! It’s early November and the season we’re talking about is the holiday movie season! It’s time to grab a fuzzy blanket, curl up on the couch, and enjoy a cup of cocoa because Philo is your home for the holidays. We have the most comprehensive content in live-TV streaming with Christmas movies from AMC, GAC Family, Lifetime and more, including:

Hallmark Channel- Countdown to Christmas

Lifetime – It’s a Wonderful Lifetime

AMC – Best Christmas Ever

UPtv – Merry Movie Christmas

GAC Family – Great American Christmas

As well as new additions to the holiday movie genre from VH1 and OWN!

Whether you are rockin’ around the Christmas tree, burning the Hanukkah and Kwanzaa candles bright, or celebrating your family’s tried, true, or new traditions, Philo has all the on-demand holiday movies you need to get in the festive spirit! With snowy romance staples to much-awaited new shows, there’s something for everyone. Throughout this merry season, we’ll keep you up to date with what’s airing when and where, because we know there’s something comforting about seeing a familiar romantic lead from primetime TV past or getting transported away to a small town village where everyone knows your name, or celebrating with the crew from RuPaul’s Drag Race.

Here are some of the highlights of holiday programming on Philo for the next week:

Friday, November 5

Gingerbread Miracle

Starring: Merritt Patterson, Jon Ecker

Hallmark Channel, 8pm ET

The plot: Two old friends from high school work together over Christmas to sell his uncle’s Mexican bakery famous for its magical gingerbread cookies that grant wishes.

Saturday, November 6

The Great Christmas Switch

Starring: Sarah Lind, Dillon Casey, Jon McLaren, Gabriel Darku

GAC Family, 8pm ET

The plot: In this GAC Family Christmas movie, Sophia, a single girl in the city with a demanding boss, and a single mother of two in the Midwest decide to switch places for Christmas in an effort to get away from their problems for a little while.

Next Stop, Christmas

Starring: Lyndsy Fonseca, Chandler Massey, Lea Thompson, Christopher Lloyd

Hallmark Channel, 8pm ET

The plot: Angie wonders what her life would be like if she had married a former boyfriend who became a famous sportscaster. She takes the train home to spend Christmas with her family and inexplicably finds herself 10 years in the past. With the advice of the train’s enigmatic conductor, Angie has the chance to revisit that Christmas and learn what — and who — is truly important to her.

Debbie Macomber’s A Mrs. Miracle Christmas

Starring: Kaitlin Doubleday, Steve Lund, Paula Shaw and Caroline Rhea

Hallmark Movies and Mysteries, 10pm ET

The plot: When a family faces loneliness and loss of faith, Mrs. Miracle swoops in to renew their Christmas Spirit, and they experience a holiday of heavenly proportions.

A Royal Christmas Engagement

Starring: Paige Bach, James Nitti, Louie Chapman

UPtv, 7pm ET

The plot: While disguised as a commoner, a Prince falls in love with an advertising executive during the Christmas season.

Sunday, November 7

Christmas with a Prince: The Royal Baby

Starring: Kaitlyn Leeb, Nick Hounslow, Josh Dean, Charles Shaughnessy

UPtv, 7pm ET

The plot: Happily married and expecting their first child, Princess Tasha and Prince Alec are settling into their lives as royals with lots of love and lots of humor. When it’s announced that the Prince must set off on a royal tour, Tasha insists on accompanying him, even though she’s incredibly pregnant, much to the dismay of the King. Things are going smoothly until a complication forces Tasha into bedrest for the remainder of her pregnancy. Knowing that the baby must officially be born on San Saraze soil, the team must scramble to figure everything out before the royal blessing arrives.

A Christmas Treasure

Starring: Jordin Sparks, Michael Xavier

Hallmark Channel, 8pm ET

The plot: After opening a 100-year-old time capsule and meeting a charming chef, Lou questions whether or not she should move to New York after Christmas and further her writing career.

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