In a nutshell, Your Christmas or Mine is fun, delightful, and a little too farcical at times, but it works all the way through.
As poorly executed as Hotel for the Holidays is despite its fantastic cast and potential, it’s hilarious at all times.
Hallmark’s A Royal Corgi Christmas will make everyone want to go out and find the perfect pup like Mistletoe to take home.
A Christmas Spark makes it clear that where there’s true love, it deserves to be explored thoroughly.
Hallmark’s A Holiday Spectacular captures the magic of Christmas by bringing female friendships front and center.
Hallmark’s Time for Him to Come Home for Christmas is a beautifully intriguing friends-to-lovers/second-chance romance
Hallmark’s My Southern Family Christmas provides all the family feels and holiday warmth.
The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special is ridiculously fun and full of heart as it brings the joys of Christmas centerfold.
Netflix’s The Noel Diary looks into grief, forgiveness, and the chances to start over in places where a person can be their best self.
Hallmark’s Three Wise Men and a Baby might be the funniest, most vulnerable film the network has developed.
Hallmark’s Inventing The Christmas Prince could be better, but it’s sweet enough to provide the right amount of holiday feels with a reformed Scrooge making a little girl’s dreams come true.
A Country Christmas Harmony has it all—mutual pining, gingerbread lattes, forced proximity, cozy holiday decorations, dances in the moonlight, and music that works delightfully.
The appeal of Apple TV’s Spirited comes entirely from the meta-storytelling, the music, and the show-stopping cast.
The heart of Netflix’s Christmas With You lies in the community of a family, moving forward after loss and opening your heart to letting people in.
Lifetime’s Six Degrees of Santa has a rough start, but with an exceptional heroine and plenty of growth, the romance works.
Christmas at the Golden Dragon is Hallmark’s version of Love Actually.
When Reindeer Games Homecoming is dramatic, it’s too much, but when it slows down and dives into complex human emotions, it works wondrously.
Hallmark’s The Royal Nanny features Mary Poppins-esque espionage and a delightfully sweet romance featuring an incredible heroine.
Hallmark’s In Merry Measure, starring Brendan Penny and Patti Murin, is an overdramatic delight that’s a bit hard to get into but worth watching, nevertheless.
Lindsay Lohan makes a cozy, delightful comeback into the world of rom-coms with Netflix’s Falling For Christmas.