Starring Megan Park and Julian Morris, Hallmark’s A Royal Queens Christmas is one of the sweetest holiday love stories.
Lifetime’s Holiday in Santa Fe is full of the kind of warmth you’d expect from a film dealing with grief and art.
Starring Patrick J. Adams and Marla Sokoloff, Christmas in Boston is one of the most underrated holiday films to exist.
Starring Michael Urie and Philemon Chambers Netflix’s Single All the Way dazzles from start to finish with an excellent friends to lovers love story.
Zoey’s Extraordinary Christmas on Roku Channel wraps up the season in a beautifully moving film about navigating through grief during the holidays.
Reba McEntire’s Christmas in Tune feels like the kind of Christmas concert you wish you could attend.
Hallmarks An Unexpected Christmas is full of intriguing characters, stunning love stories, incredible moments of vulnerability, and astounding performances.
Netflix’s A Castle for Christmas beautifully encapsulates the warmth of love and trust through a stunning new holiday romance.
A Christmas Together With You is a love story that focuses on what it means to have people looking out for you and the lengths people are willing to go to make others happy.
Hallmark’s A Timeless Christmas plays with the concept of time travel and shockingly gets it right with all the right tropes.
Netflix’s The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star sets on improving the dynamics with the women while setting up a new love story.
Lifetime’s ‘A Picture Perfect Christmas’ includes some of the best tropes, cozy decor, effortless love stories, and baby goats.
Hallmark’s My Christmas Family Tree is a heartwarming tear-jerker with platonic and romantic relationships rightly balanced.
The Christmas Promise features mutual pining, stunning holiday décor, loads of ugly (but lovely) sweaters, and dreams coming true for everybody.
Hallmark’s Coyote Creek Christmas is a solid good time with a fun characters, and a sprinkle of the grump and sunshine trope.
Hallmark’s The Santa Stakeout is a trope-filled gem starring Tamera Mowry-Housley and Paul Campbell as undercover detectives Tanya and Ryan.