Sono Hair Extensions Review Part 1:

Sono Hair Extensions Review Part 1:

November starlooks2So we have this AMAZING hair company that sent us these amazing hair extensions! We got the Sono Solo Hair Extensions, ours are 20 inches long in shade 1: Jet Black and they blend amazingly with my hair that is dyed using black blue by Feria.  So when we got these they come in a hard box in a hair net. Which is actualyl a good thing. These are so long that when theyre not in place they could get tangled if not stored properly.

In my hair they added around 6 inches in length and doubled the volume! If youve ever seen my hair you know I personally have ALOT of hair! Look at this picture before the hair extensions were put in.

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Once I put these in I took alot of care blending them in since the ends of my hair are currently saphire blue! But once I got them blended in they looked amazingly natural! I Got SO many compliments about my hair during my pre-black friday retail therapy and at Thanksgiving dinner with my family! They look so natural my dad didnt even notice that I had them in he thought it was my natural hair!  I will add more when I curl my hair next and show you how awesome that looks as well!november starlook4

These extensions are a little bit different than your normal hair extensions they use a microfilm wire instead of clips. So you need to adjust the length of the wire by using the hook and putting it into the various differenty loops on the inside till its adjusted to fit you properly. To put them in you need to part your hair at the top of your head near the crown but slightler higher. Then create a second part along the bottom to middle of your ears putting the hair in the center into a pony tail. Then comb the hair from the top part forward so its not behind your head. Place the extensions in with the microfilm wire on top the pony tail in the back and the hair below. Make sure its snug and wont fall out of place. Undo the pony tail and brush your hair so it blends. Then pull the rest of your hair back into place over the wire and original pony tail blending it in as well!

 

To style your hair you can use heat or other methods you would use on your real hair. So you can braid it, pin curls, rag curls or any other styling method in your arsenal for your regular hair since these are made from 100 percent real human hair.

To wash your hair extensions brush them with the sono brush, its designed to brush and untangle the hair with out breaking them. Then was with a sulfate free, non sudsing shampoo and conditoiner. If you are storing your hair more than a week or so, use a deep conditioning  masque like what you woud use on your hair to keep them nice and soft!

Directly from Sono Hair Extensions!

FAQ

  • I’M NEW TO THIS. WHERE DO I START?
    Good question. Here at Sono, we have a ton of resources for people looking to learn about removable hair extensions. Try visiting our Quality page to read up on what sets our hair apart from the rest, or check out our product pages to scope out which method may be right for you. While you’re at it, watch a couple of tutorial videos, because they’re genuine founts of information, and check in to our social media profiles to catch a word or two from our followers. Anywhere you turn, you’re sure to find something good.
  • HOW MUCH HAIR IS IN EACH PACKAGE?
    Each package of Sono hair extensions contains between 105 and 165 grams of hair, depending on the length and thickness selected. The average amount of hair per package equals 145 grams, enough to rival any head of natural hair!
  • WHAT COLOR SHOULD I CHOOSE?
    That depends on you, your natural hair color, and the look that you’re going for. Selecting the right extension color from a computer screen can be tough. That’s why we’ve created a color selection video, a descriptive color page, and even a color quiz to help you out. We’ll also include a sample strand in each package of hair you order, so you can examine the hair, compare it to your own, or even test out dye colors without taking the product out of the box. That means that, if things don’t work out, you can still return it! F.Y.I.: if you are coloring your extensions, we recommend that you stay within two shades of the original hair color, only depositing (never lifting!) color.
  • WHAT TYPE OF EXTENSION SHOULD I CHOOSE?
    It depends on your preferences, mostly. Since all of our extensions are removable and easy on the hair, your particular hair type or texture won’t really affect your experience with the extensions—unless it is exceptionally thin and fine. People with very thin, fine hair who experience discomfort with hair clips or any other pressure applied to the scalp may prefer the Sono Solo, as it rests on the head without pulling on strands. Other individuals can rely solely on their own judgment. Looking for a pop of color or a single accent? Try Sono’s accessories. Do you want complete control of your hair’s dispersal? Pick Clip-Ins. Are you interested in effortless application? Go Solo. Etcetera. Need some more help? Try this quiz.
  • WILL THE EXTENSIONS DAMAGE MY HAIR?
    No. Sono’s extensions are all designed for repeated, temporary use. That means that they cause relatively little strain to your hair. As long as you install and remove them correctly and carefully, your natural hair should be in tip-top shape, before and after.
  • WHAT CAN I DO WITH MY HAIR ONCE THE EXTENSIONS ARE IN?
    The same things you can do with your own hair, for the most part. You can style your extensions with heating tools (remember to use a heat protectant), creams and serums, and hairspray. As long as you clean and clarify the hair every once in a while to prevent buildup, your extensions should last a long time. Just don’t sleep in them, as the friction between your pillow and your hair extensions can cause matting and premature wear.
  • CAN I BRUSH MY HAIR WITH EXTENSIONS IN PLACE?
    Yes! Sono sells a high quality wet brush for this very purpose. And it’s affordable! It’s a necessity for anyone with extensions because it’s gentle on both the extensions and the natural hair. Remember to hold your hair at the roots while brushing in a downward motion, working from the tips to the scalp.
  • CAN I COLOR MY HAIR EXTENSIONS?
    Yes! We recommend using a semi or demi-permanent hair color, depositing color, but never lifting it. Try to keep it within two shades of the hair’s original color, and always do a strand test, first. Otherwise you might wind up with an unwelcome surprise.
    Keep in mind, we are unable to refund or replace hair extensions that have been removed from their packaging, colored, or altered in any way. Should you want to test out a color, use the sample strand!
  • HOW DO I WASH THE EXTENSIONS, AND HOW FREQUENTLY SHOULD I DO IT?
    Great question! We’ve created a video demonstrating just how to go about washing your Sono extensions. You can find it here. But, to paraphrase: wash your Sono extensions in lukewarm water, working the shampoo into the hair with your hands. Avoid getting any product near the weft, where the extensions are sewn together, as this can cause buildup and/or shedding. Apply a professional quality conditioner and allow it to be absorbed into the hair, then rinse with cold, cold water. Lay the hair out on a towel to dry, patting it with a second towel from the tips to the hair closest to the weft. Let the hair air dry while brushing it with your fingers or a wide-toothed comb. We recommend that you wash your extensions as infrequently as possible, or no more than once a week. The less product you use in your hair, the less you will need to wash it!
  • HOW SHOULD I STORE THE EXTENSIONS WHEN I’M NOT USING THEM?
    Sono offers a specialty hanger designed specifically for storing hair extensions. Find it right here. Store hair only when dry, spritzing a good leave-in conditioner beforehand.
  • WHERE DOES THE HAIR COME FROM?
    Sono’s 100% Human hair comes from India, where women go to temples to donate their hair out of respect for their gods. The temples then sell the hair and use the money to improve their communities, funding orphanages, opening schools, and feeding the hungry. Every woman who donates her hair does so of her own free will.
  • HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE FOR ME TO GET MY ORDER?
    Once we receive your order, we get to work right away on packing and making arrangements for your shipment. Even so, we recommend that you place your order at least 4 or 5 business days before your desired delivery date. That way you’ll provide sufficient time for the carrier to complete the pickup and delivery process.
    The exact shipping times will depend on which shipping method you choose, when you place your order, and where you live. For more details about shipping,click here.
  • WHAT IF I WANT TO RETURN MY HAIR?
    We’re sorry things didn’t work out between you and your hair extensions. You can return your extensions within 30 days so long as they have not been used and are still in their original packaging, or if the product has been deemed defective by Sono within 30 days of purchase. There is a 15% restocking fee for returns, though exchanges for warehouse credit are free. To start your exchange or return, call customer service at 1-888-236-0552, Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. EST.
  • MY HAIR HAS GROWN OUT, AND MY EXTENSIONS AREN’T LONG ENOUGH ANYMORE. CAN I EXCHANGE THEM?
    We cannot exchange hair after 30 days of purchase, especially hair that has been used. You’re always welcome to purchase a longer set of extensions, but we cannot reimburse, credit, or discount your purchase after 30 days of ownership and use. Keep your eyes open for deals around the site. There are plenty of them, and they may help you save some money on your next set.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

November Starlooks Lookbook Shimmering Future.

November Starlooks Lookbook Shimmering Future.

November starlooks2Novembers Look Book is AWESOME it came with a dual eyeshadow pallet called Fourtune 500, a liquid eyeliner called Golden Ticket and a plum lip stick named Opulence.  This certainly is not my normal look at all but I do LOVE it. It pairs amazingly well with my extremely pale skin and dark hair! Due to my normal look its a tad bit gothy on me but none the less it works!

To get this look start by using a good face primer this sets the entire thing due to the glitter and shimmer! Also make sure to exfoliate your lips it will show if you dont!

 

 

Next I suggest applying eyeshadow glitter glue to your eyelids. The eyeshadow in ths kit is particularly sparkly and it could be difficult to get deep shades  out of it otherwise. After the glue is tacky apply the lighter gold shade over your entire eyelid up to your brow bone. Then use the darker shade in the outer crease of your eyelid creating a sideways V shape this will open up your eyes alot. While your blending apply a small ammount of white shimmer to your inner corners and under your brow bone blendign in with the light gold shade you previously placed. November starlooks3

 

For the black part of the liner you need both a pencil AND liquid black. Start with a simple cat eye using the pencil. Then use the gold  on top of the black on top the line. And redraw the cat eye as close to the orginal line as possible. Going back over the black to smooth out the line from the gold to black fill in over the pencil.

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Nautica Life Review

Nautica Life Review

nauticaWe got an AWESOME gift set from Nautica! Their new Nautica Life cologne with matching shower gel and after shave. This scent is Ivory Coast Ginger, Sea Sale, and Mandarin. This scent is also very woodsy and  extremely masculine but with undertones of lavender, violet, and sage it appeals to woman as well. I made my boyfriend be the tester and he got lots of compliments on it while he was at work.

As the day goes on the scent gets more blended and creates a unique scent that is second to none.  This cologne embodies the essence of what Nautica scents are. This scent gives a zest on how you appeal to the senses of everyone you meet. Thus is why its called Nautica Life.

The shower gel is the same scent as the cologne and leaves you moisturized and smelling great straight out of the shower. The After Shave is also the same scent. It leaves your skin silky smooth after shaving and helps prevent your skin from drying out, similar to lip balm but for your face!

ABOUT US

Founded in 1983, Nautica is a leading water-inspired global lifestyle brand including men’s, women’s and children’s apparel and accessories and a complete home collection. Nautica products are classics that are rich in performance, color and authentic style.

At Nautica we celebrate, love and respect the water, everywhere, everyday.  Our nautical heritage and spirit is reflected in every aspect of our brand categories and our quality products are crafted with integrity and are enhanced with performance capabilities.

Over the past three decades, Nautica has become one of the most important and most recognized American brands throughout the world. Today, Nautica is available in more than 75 countries with 265 full price Nautica branded stores and over 3,000 Nautica branded shop-in-shops worldwide.

SOL Alpaca Scarf Review

SOL Alpaca Scarf Review

12096093_992793430777458_2160275740470382946_nWe got this beautiful scarf from SOL Alpaca Scarf! Its a triangle scarf in pink and lime plaid with pom poms! This scarf is amazingly soft and with a light weight weave makes it perfect  to be worn all year round. This scarf is made from baby alpaca fur and is hand woven in Peru. Sol Alpaca introduced itself to the world in 2004 and the garments from this company are made from the finest fibers  of the Andes, Alapaca and Vicuna. The scarfs and garments are designed by the renowned Peruvian designer Fariba Heydari. Who is constantly inspired by the cultures of the Andes  and pulls her inspiration from the natives who inhabit the area. Her mission is to create unique pieces that are still mainstream enough to sell in the commercial fashion market.Which is exactly what she did with this beautiful scarf.

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Peru is a land of enormous mountains, golden desserts, and a mix of warm valleys. Creating multiple environments in which Alpaca and Vicuna can be raised to ensure a wide variety of different fiber types from the same types of animals. Peru has inherited many traditions over its long history including those that allow for unparalleled textile weaving techniques encompassing sophisticated artistic ideas.

 

Vicuna are the smallest of the South American camelids, with golden hair which was reserved exclusively for Inca royals, and was considered the finest of animal fibers in the world. This beautiful animal was on the verge of extinction but now there are now in South America 80% of which are in Peru.

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Alpaca are considered the most important animals in the Andeas due to their thermal properties and extreme softness. The fibers are sorted using the traditional methods of doing it by hand.  This method ensures that the large range of natural colors and grades are sorted appropriately.

In 2014-2015 the exclusive collection was developed under the concept “Echoes from the past, Colors from the present.”  Which is what our beautiful scarf was designed for. This scarf is exceptionally warm and is from their Handmade Line.

Information Directly from Sol Alpaca:

Our Commitment

Heirs of a rich and millenary culture, we believe in, and have a firm commitment to, our nation’s development based on a diverse but united society, proud of its traditions and cultural identity. We would like to share with you our passion for our cultural tradition which drives us in our search for excellence when developing our social projects.

Wawakuna Awanku – (Children Weaving)

It is our commitment to revive our traditional cultural identity by promoting the art of weaving in schoolchildren from the rural and urban communities in the highlands. In order to achieve this, we have invited expert professionals in the field of spinning, weaving and design as well as commercial and marketing professionals to provide the children with knowledge and experience in basic business practices, promoting the confection of quality handmade products.

Mirasol Project

The Mirasol project started in 2006 as a joint initiative with clients close to our company with the aim of improving the living conditions of disadvantaged children in the highlands of the Peruvian Andes, especially the impoverished children of Alpaca shepherds. Mirasol helps them gain access to proper education and health. This is achieved by investing a percentage of yarn sales in the establishment and operation of a school-home. We are proud of the fact that this project is now a reality

 

 

 

Zotos Professional 180 Pro Hair care Review

Zotos Professional 180 Pro Hair care Review

12219383_988052707918197_3983457157161443336_n So we all know that I am pretty much well known for having very thick VERY long hair. Like it usually goes to my bum(I just cut it a month ago totally regret it!) and I am lucky to find hair ties that go around three times. My daughter on the other hand has very thick extra wavy and curly mixed  hair hat goes to her shoulder blades in ringlets! So we got two AWESOME kits, One is the Smooth and Soft Recovery Discovery kit. The other is the Moisture Repair Discovery Kit. 12190853_10208212318490211_1244409724478312164_n

On my hair since its VERY straight naturally I used the smooth and soft kit. Since my hair is so long the blow drying step took a bit but it was totally worth the results. My hair is MUCH softer than it was before and I process it ALOT to keep up the black to blue ombre look. The day I washed my hair it barely tangled or knotted at all which considering my hair and its normal behavior is amazing.

 

11707377_923024771087658_2337494734212077386_nOn my daughters hair since its a thick  with a lot of wave closer to her scalp and large curls at the end I used the Moisture kit. Curly hair evidently is a moisture suck which made this kit perfect for her. It gave her curls ALOT of definition which is awesome and once her hair settled down from blow drying(it got a little big) it was perfectly soft and everyone complimented her on it all day.

 

 

ABOUT ZOTOS PROFESSIONAL

The power of science is undisputed. It’s behind some of the most life-changing discoveries in the history of mankind. So just imagine what can happen when that transformative power is harnessed for hair care.

We did, starting in 1929. That’s when Zotos Professional introduced our first revolutionary innovation, straight from the mind of a scientist: the machine-less permanent wave. Without clumsy, time-consuming machines, operators were free to achieve new levels of creativity, and the modern-day hairdresser was born. We followed this breakthrough with many more trailblazing discoveries for styling professionals over the years – and we never stopped.

Once you become known as an industry pioneer (a terms that doesn’t get thrown around lightly), you have a certain standard to uphold, and we make sure we do just that. Our team of scientists is dedicated to conducting the research necessary for real innovation, adopting cutting-edge technologies and sourcing the finest ingredients. We test our formulas exhaustively so we can back them up with proven claims. We produce everything at one of the greenest manufacturing plants in the industry. And, we offer these effective, high-performance salon products at an unbeatable value, too.

Of course, while we’re serious about science, what really fuels our passion is the knowledge that you’ll feel confident and in control every time you use a Zotos Professional product in the salon or at home. We empower you to bring the styles you and your clients envision to life, from classic looks to bold, trendy creations. We’re committed to making it simple and foolproof to get gorgeous, professional results. In fact, it’s our promise.

Though our brand is driven by some of the most visionary scientists and professionals in the industry, we never forget that it’s all about real stylists and their clients, and we never stop focusing on our goal: using science to make astonishing beauty transformations possible every single day.

Zotos Professional: Real solutions. Remarkable results.

– See more at: http://zotosprofessional.com/about-us/#sthash.hyfjSDNj.dpuf

Starlooks November Look Book Utopia

Starlooks November Look Book Utopia

starlooks 1So this months look book is called Utopia its a nude color set that works amazingly well on a lot of skin tones it seems! I tried it on my mom who has VERY fair skin and my sister as well who has peach skin that she tans.  This look book came with a base in concrete, a blush in Abstract, and a lip gloss in Ideal. To get the look in my pictures follow the steps below!

To start off with use a dewy moisturizer and concealer to give your face a natural look while hiding flaws.

Then use the cream base on your entire eye lid to the crease and while its setting use 3 dabs of the cream blush JUST on the apple of your cheeks.

Once the Cream base is dry use a pencil eyeliner or a gel liner and make a winged cat eye that’s thinner at the outer cornerstarlooks 2 and much thicker on the outside (Think Twiggy!!!)

Then apply Mascara and eyelashes.

For the lips I like to line in a pencil first to help the lip gloss set better, for everyone this might not be a nessicairy step but with me lip products tend to feather without liner. Then you liberally apply the lip gloss!

All of these products produce a natural soft look if you choose to use them that way or could be used to create a more modern graphic look, it really all just depends on your style! Comment below with how you have used the October lookbook!

Pic's Peanut Butter review.

Pic's Peanut Butter review.

peanut butterWe got a jar of whats probably the best peanut butter EVER. Its low salt, low calories, and higher protien than my dads Jif peanut butter thats supposedly low fat. It also has NO perservatives it is JUST peanuts and salt! No weird ingredients or dyes or fillers.  Anyhooo this peanut butter is AMAZING, it is well worth ordering it from across the globe from New Zealand where the peanuts are grown! These peanuts are not available anywhere else but Argentina! We receives the Original Crunchy which is AMAZING I eat this stuff with a spoon.  They have multiple different kinds of peanut butter available whichim sure are all delishious as well. The Crunch Original has 85 calories per serving with 63 being from fat. There are 7 grams of fat total with 30 miligrams of sodium. There are 1.5 grams of carbs and 3.5 grams of protien per 15 gram serving. In a 13.4 ounce jar there are 50 servings! The peanut butter also comes in a easily recyclable jar that can be reused alot of things even the label on the jar is biodegradable and comes off easily.

Pics About Me:

pblogo1I assume it is your interest in peanut butter, and Pic’s in particular, that has brought you here. You will know if you have eaten Pic’s. There can be no maybes or I think I might haves about it. You try it, you find the jar, look at the label and you commit it to memory. So, if you haven’t tried it, click HERE to get yourself a jar before you read on.

There are up to two ingredients in our peanut butter. Peanuts, and sea salt. You always get the peanuts, the salt you get if your jar doesn’t say NO SALT. The NO SALT appears on the front panel in white. Soon the no salt jars will have a tasteful white band around the edge of the lid, which will help prevent you buying the wrong one. I myself like a bit of salt – I feel it keeps my arteries from going floppy. Not that we add a lot of salt –  Pic’s typically contains about half as much as the ordinary stuff.

fido1If you are buying Pic’s for a friend, get them the salted one unless you know something about them that I don’t or hold strong beliefs about what’s good for others and a salt aversion.

While on the subject of what’s good for others, buy your friends Pic’s crunchy. We do make a smooth, but it’s not the one you want. Pic’s crunchy is the one. It is not like other crunchies, which tend to be smooth peanut butter with lumps. Our crunchy is a mouth filling textural adventure, thousands of peanut  pieces, from the size of the finest grains of sand to bits as big as a grain of rice. It will give your tonsils a playful tickle on the way down, making it as essential an early morning pick me up as a cup of coffee.

I guess you will be wanting to know what makes Pic’s so damned good. This hasn’t been easy to figure out but I think  I’m finally getting there:

In 2007, when I was looking to buy peanuts by the sack, I came across Greg Bain’s web site for his company, premium nut brokers. We struck a deal and Greg sent us a couple of 25 kilo bags of blanched Australian peanuts.

mixerAt the time we thought a peanut was just a peanut and our clever roasting was what made the difference, but we soon discovered otherwise.  As we learned more about peanuts, we found that our Australian nuts were a hioleic variety, which had some pretty special characteristics, beyond being, as the name suggests, a bit oilier than ordinary nuts.

The best of these, in my view, is that they don’t seem to oxidise – they never go rancid in the way that ordinary peanuts do. Some other peanut butters,  including most of the organic peanut butter sold in New Zealand – will be rancid before you buy them. Initially their rancidity comes through as a vaguely metallic aftertaste, but it can sometimes give the peanut butter a really nasty musty smell that no amount of sugar can disguise.

Hi oleic nuts other feature is their enhanced nutritional value. You probably already know that peanuts are a bit of a super food, full of life enhancing polyunsaturated oils antioxidants and a thing called resveratrol see HERE to learn more

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PDF Pattern Black Friday Sales! List will get bigger as I found out more!

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Giant HUGE Master List Of Holiday Movies Schedule 2015

Giant HUGE Master List Of Holiday Movies Schedule 2015

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All listings are in Eastern time.

Friday, November 6
1:00pm – Santa Jr (2002, Judd Nelson) (Hallmark Movies)
2:00pm – Rachael Ray (Thanksgiving) (NBC)
2:00pm – It’s Christmas, Carol! (2012) (Hallmark)
3:00pm – The Christmas Shepherd (Hallmark Movies)
4:00pm – All I Want for Christmas (2007) (Hallmark)
5:00pm – The Christmas Blessing (2005, Neil Patrick Harris) (Hallmark Movies)
6:00pm – A Princess for Christmas (2011) (Hallmark)
7:00pm – The Christmas Secret (2014) (Hallmark Movies)
8:00pm – ‘Tis the Season for Love (2015) (Hallmark)
9:00pm – The Case for Christmas (2011, Dean Cain) (Hallmark Movies)
10:00pm – A Cookie Cutter Christmas (2014, Alan Thicke) (Hallmark)
11:00pm – An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving (2008) (Hallmark Movies)
12:00am – Annie Claus is Coming to Town (Hallmark)
12:00am – Martin (Thanksgiving) (MTV2)
1:00am – Mistletoe Over Manhattan (2011) (Hallmark Movies)
1:30am – Moesha (Thanksgiving) (UP)
2:00am – The Good Witch’s Gift (Hallmark)
2:30am – Moesha (Thanksgiving) (UP)
3:00am – Three Wise Women (2010) (Hallmark Movies)
4:00am – Christmas Song (2012) (Hallmark)

Saturday, November 7
5:00am – Santa Jr (2002, Judd Nelson) (Hallmark Movies)
6:00am – Teen Titans Go! (Christmas) (Cartoon Network)
6:00am – All I Want for Christmas (2007) (Hallmark)
7:00am – Gift of the Magi (2010) (Hallmark Movies)
7:05am – Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000, Jim Carrey) (Encore Family)
8:00am – Hats Off for Christmas! (2013, Haylie Duff) (Hallmark)
9:00am – The Christmas Blessing (2005, Neil Patrick Harris) (Hallmark Movies)
10:00am – Naughty or Nice (2012, Meredith Baxter, Michael Gross) (Hallmark)
11:00am – Three Wise Women (2010) (Hallmark Movies)
11:00am – Sister, Sister (Thanksgiving) (UP)
11:30am – Sister, Sister (Thanksgiving) (UP)
12:00pm – The Christmas Parade (2014) (Hallmark)
1:00pm – The Case for Christmas (2011, Dean Cain) (Hallmark Movies)
1:30pm – Moesha (Thanksgiving) (UP)
1:55pm – Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000, Jim Carrey) (Encore Family)
2:00pm – ‘Tis the Season for Love (2015) (Hallmark)
2:10pm – Roseanne (Thanksgiving) (LOGO)
2:30pm – Moesha (Thanksgiving) (UP)
3:00pm – An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving (2008, Jacqueline Bisset) (Hallmark Movies)
3:30pm – Bomb Patrol: Afghanistan (Thanksgiving) (Esquire)
4:00pm – Help for the Holidays (2012) (Hallmark)
5:00pm – Mistletoe Over Manhattan (2011) (Hallmark Movies)
6:00pm – Let It Snow (2013, Candace Cameron-Bure) (Hallmark)
7:00pm – Lucky Christmas (2011, Elizabeth Berkley) (Hallmark Movies)
8:00pm – Ice Sculpture Christmas (2015) (Hallmark)
8:30pm – Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The Ghosts of Christmas Eve (PBS)
8:45pm – Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000, Jim Carrey) (Encore Family)
9:00pm – Our First Christmas (2008, John Ratzenberger) (Hallmark Movies)
10:00pm – Matchmaker Santa (2012, Florence Henderson) (Hallmark)
11:00pm – When Angels Come to Town (2004, Peter Falk) (Hallmark Movies)
12:00am – Hats Off for Christmas! (2013, Haylie Duff) (Hallmark)
1:00am – Gift of the Magi (2010) (Hallmark Movies)
2:30am – Raising Hope (Thanksgiving) (CMT)
3:00am – Finding John Christmas (2003, Valerie Bertinelli, Peter Falk) (Hallmark Movies)
4:00am – Christmas Dance (2012, Andrew McCarthy) (Hallmark)

Sunday, November 8
5:00am – A Day for Thanks on Walton’s Mountain (1982) (Hallmark Movies)
5:00am – Son in Law (1993, Pauly Shore) (Thanksgiving) (Showtime)
7:00am – An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving (2008, Jacqueline Bisset) (Hallmark Movies)
7:30am – America: Facts vs. Fiction (Thanksgiving) (American Heroes)
8:00am – Love at the Thanksgiving Day Parade (2012) (Hallmark)
8:30am – Son in Law (1993, Pauly Shore) (Thanksgiving) (SHO2)
9:00am – Lucky Christmas (2011, Elizabeth Berkley) (Hallmark Movies)
11:00am – When Angels Come to Town (2004, Peter Falk) (Hallmark Movies)
12:00pm – Help for the Holidays (2012) (Hallmark)
1:00pm – Thomas Kinkade’s Christmas Cottage (2008, Peter O’Toole) (Hallmark Movies)
2:00pm – Ice Sculpture Christmas (2015) (Hallmark)
3:00pm – Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas (2014) (Hallmark Movies)
4:30pm – Reba (Thanksgiving) (TV Land)
5:00pm – Our First Christmas (2008, John Ratzenberger) (Hallmark Movies)
6:00pm – Royal Christmas (2014, Lacey Chabert) (Hallmark)
7:00pm – Finding John Christmas (2003, Valerie Bertinelli, Peter Falk) (Hallmark Movies)
7:00pm – Christmas Trade (2015, William Baldwin, Denise Richards) (UP)
7:30pm – Bob’s Burgers (Thanksgiving) (FOX)
8:00pm – Charming Christmas (2015) (Hallmark)
8:00pm – Walker, Texas Ranger (Thanksgiving) (INSP)
8:30pm – The Bernie Mac Show (Thanksgiving) (MTV2)
9:00pm – Holiday Baggage (2008, Cheryl Ladd) (Hallmark Movies)
9:00pm – Christmas Trade (2015, William Baldwin, Denise Richards) (UP)
11:00pm – Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas (2014) (Hallmark Movies)
11:00pm – South Park (Thanksgiving) (MTV)
12:00am – Moonlight & Mistletoe (2008, Tom Arnold, Candace Cameron) (Hallmark)
1:00am – Thomas Kinkade’s Christmas Cottage (2008, Peter O’Toole) (Hallmark Movies)
1:30am – Good Times (Thanksgiving) (TV One)
2:00am – Alaska: The Last Frontier (Thanksgiving) (Discovery)
2:00am – Love at the Thanksgiving Day Parade (2012) (Hallmark)
3:00am – A Day for Thanks on Walton’s Mountain (1982) (Hallmark Movies)
4:00am – Royal Christmas (2014, Lacey Chabert) (Hallmark)

Monday, November 9
5:00am – Silent Night (2002, Linda Hamilton) (Hallmark Movies)
6:00am – The Dog Who Saved Christmas (2009, Dean Cain) (Hallmark)
6:00am – House (Christmas) (Oxygen)
6:30am – Married…with Children (Christmas) (TBS)
7:00am – The Note (2007, Genie Francis) (Hallmark Movies)
7:00am – Our Little Family (Christmas) (TLC)
8:00am – Teen Titans Go! (Christmas) (Cartoon Network)
8:00am – A Family Thanksgiving (2010, Daphne Zuniga) (Hallmark)
9:00am – Ms. Scrooge (1997, Cicely Tyson) (Hallmark Movies)
10:00am – New Girl (Thanksgiving) (MTV)
10:00am – House (Christmas) (Oxygen)
11:00am – Lucky Christmas (2011, Elizabeth Berkley) (Hallmark Movies)
1:00pm – Last Man Standing (Christmas) (ABC Family)
1:00pm – Anne Tyler’s Saint Maybe (1998, Blythe Danner) (Hallmark Movies)
2:00pm – The Christmas Pageant (2011, Melissa Gilbert) (Hallmark)
3:00pm – Holiday Baggage (2008, Cheryl Ladd) (Hallmark Movies)
4:00pm – Moonlight & Mistletoe (2008, Tom Arnold, Candace Cameron) (Hallmark)
5:00pm – A Season for Miracles (1999, Patty Duke) (Hallmark Movies)
5:00pm – Castle (Christmas) (TNT)
7:00pm – Silver Bells (2005, Anne Heche) (Hallmark Movies)
9:00pm – Cake Wars (Christmas Lights) (FOOD)
9:00pm – Christmas Magic (2011) (Hallmark Movies)
10:00pm – Debbie Macomber’s Call Me Mrs. Miracle (2010, Doris Roberts) (Hallmark)
10:00pm – Son in Law (1993, Pauly Shore) (Thanksgiving) (Showtime Family)
11:00pm – Ms. Scrooge (1997, Cicely Tyson) (Hallmark Movies)
12:00am – Cake Wars (Christmas Lights) (FOOD)
1:00am – Anne Tyler’s Saint Maybe (1998, Blythe Danner) (Hallmark Movies)
2:00am – A Family Thanksgiving (2010, Daphne Zuniga) (Hallmark)
3:00am – The Christmas Secret (2000, Beau Bridges) (Hallmark Movies)
4:00am – Finding Christmas (2013) (Hallmark)

Tuesday, November 10
5:00am – A Christmas Carol: The Musical (2004, Kelsey Grammer) (Hallmark Movies)
6:00am – A Christmas Wedding Tail (2011, Jay Mohr) (Hallmark)
7:00am – Lucky Christmas (2011, Elizabeth Berkley) (Hallmark Movies)
8:00am – The Christmas Pageant (2011, Melissa Gilbert) (Hallmark)
9:00am – A Season for Miracles (1999, Patty Duke) (Hallmark Movies)
10:00am – Son in Law (1993, Pauly Shore) (Thanksgiving) (Showtime)
11:00am – Silver Bells (2005, Anne Heche) (Hallmark Movies)
1:00pm – Christmas Magic (2011) (Hallmark Movies)
2:00pm – Jingle All The Way (2011, Animated) (Hallmark)
2:30pm – Jingle & Bell’s Christmas Star (2012, Animated) (Hallmark)
3:00pm – Jingle All The Way (2011, Animated) (Hallmark)
3:00pm – The Christmas Secret (2000, Beau Bridges) (Hallmark Movies)
3:30pm – Jingle & Bell’s Christmas Star (2012, Animated) (Hallmark)
4:00pm – Debbie Macomber’s Call Me Mrs. Miracle (2010, Doris Roberts) (Hallmark)
5:00pm – The Christmas Heart (2012, Teri Polo) (Hallmark Movies)
6:00pm – Snow Bride (2013, Patricia Richardson) (Hallmark)
7:00pm – Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas (2014) (Hallmark Movies)
7:00pm – Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (Thanksgiving) (INSP)
7:30pm – That ’70s Show (Thanksgiving) (IFC)
8:00pm – Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus (2004, Steve Guttenberg, Crystal Bernard) (Hallmark)
9:00pm – The Christmas Card (2006, Ed Asner) (Hallmark Movies)
10:00pm – Meet the Santas (2005, Steve Guttenberg, Crystal Bernard) (Hallmark)
11:00pm – A Dog Named Christmas (2009) (Hallmark Movies)
12:00am – Finding Christmas (2013) (Hallmark)
1:00am – November Christmas (2010, Sam Elliott, John Corbett) (Hallmark Movies)
2:00am – A Christmas Wedding Tail (2011, Jay Mohr) (Hallmark)
3:00am – A Christmas Carol: The Musical (2004, Kelsey Grammer) (Hallmark Movies)
4:00am – One Starry Christmas (2014) (Hallmark)

Wednesday, November 11
5:00am – An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving (2008, Jacqueline Bisset) (Hallmark Movies)
6:00am – Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus (2004, Steve Guttenberg, Crystal Bernard) (Hallmark)
7:00am – A Dog Named Christmas (2009) (Hallmark Movies)
8:00am – Meet the Santas (2005, Steve Guttenberg, Crystal Bernard) (Hallmark)
9:00am – November Christmas (2010, Sam Elliott, John Corbett) (Hallmark Movies)
11:00am – The Christmas Heart (2012, Teri Polo) (Hallmark Movies)
12:00pm – The Middle (Thanksgiving) (ABC Family)
1:00pm – Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas (2014) (Hallmark Movies)
2:00pm – One Starry Christmas (2014) (Hallmark)
3:00pm – The Christmas Card (2006, Ed Asner) (Hallmark Movies)
3:30pm – New Girl (Thanksgiving) (TBS)
4:00pm – Fir Crazy (2013) (Hallmark)
4:00pm – Friday Night Lights (Thanksgiving) (Pivot)
5:00pm – The Christmas Choir (2008, Rhea Perlman) (Hallmark Movies)
6:00pm – Hats Off to Christmas! (2013, Haylie Duff) (Hallmark)
7:00pm – The Christmas Gift (1986, John Denver) (Hallmark Movies)
8:00pm – Matchmaker Santa (2012, Florence Henderson) (Hallmark)
9:00pm – The Wishing Tree (2012, Jason Gedrick) (Hallmark Movies)
10:00pm – ‘Tis the Season for Love (2015) (Hallmark)
11:00pm – Christmas with Tucker (2013, James Brolin) (Hallmark Movies)
12:00am – The Christmas Spirit (2013, Nicollette Sheridan) (Hallmark)
1:00am – An Old Fashioned Christmas (2010, Jacqueline Bisset) (Hallmark Movies)
2:00am – Hitched for the Holidays (2012, Joey Lawrence) (Hallmark)
3:00am – An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving (2008, Jacqueline Bisset) (Hallmark Movies)
4:00am – Fir Crazy (2013) (Hallmark)

Thursday, November 12
5:00am – The Night Before the Night Before Christmas (2010, Jennifer Beals) (Hallmark Movies)
7:00am – Gift of the Magi (2010) (Hallmark Movies)
9:00am – The Christmas Choir (2008, Rhea Perlman) (Hallmark Movies)
11:00am – The Christmas Gift (1986, John Denver) (Hallmark Movies)
1:00pm – An Old Fashioned Christmas (2010, Jacqueline Bisset) (Hallmark Movies)
3:00pm – The Wishing Tree (2012, Jason Gedrick) (Hallmark Movies)
5:00pm – Christmas with Tucker (2013, James Brolin) (Hallmark Movies)
7:00pm – The Christmas Blessing (2005, Neil Patrick Harris) (Hallmark Movies)
9:00pm – A Christmas Wish (2011, Kristy Swanson) (Hallmark Movies)
11:00pm – A Grandpa for Christmas (2007, Ernest Borgnine) (Hallmark Movies)
1:00am – Gift of the Magi (2010) (Hallmark Movies)
3:00am – Farewell Mr. Kringle (2010, Christine Taylor) (Hallmark Movies)

Friday, November 13
5:00am – Mitch Albom’s Have a Little Faith (2011, Laurence Fishburne) (Hallmark Movies)
6:00am – Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938, Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland) (TCM)
7:00am – Fallen Angel (2003, Gary Sinise) (Hallmark Movies)
9:00am – A Christmas Wish (2011, Kristy Swanson) (Hallmark Movies)
9:15am – Son in Law (1993, Pauly Shore) (Thanksgiving) (SHO2)
11:00am – A Grandpa for Christmas (2007, Ernest Borgnine) (Hallmark Movies)
11:30pm – How I Met Your Mother (Thanksgiving) (Lifetime)
11:30am – The Cleveland Show (Thanksgiving) (TBS)
1:00pm – The Christmas Blessing (2005, Neil Patrick Harris) (Hallmark Movies)
3:00pm – Secret of Giving (1999, Reba McEntire) (Hallmark Movies)
5:00pm – Last Man Standing (Thanksgiving) (CMT)
5:00pm – The Town Christmas Forgot (2010, Lauren Holly) (Hallmark Movies)
7:00pm – Holiday Inn (1942, Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire) (Hallmark Movies)
9:30pm – The Ultimate Gift (2006, James Garner) (Hallmark Movies)
12:00am – The Ultimate Life (2013, Peter Fonda) (Hallmark Movies)
2:30am – Holiday Inn (1942, Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire) (Hallmark Movies)

Saturday, November 14
5:00am – Love’s Christmas Journey (2011, Sean Astin) (Hallmark Movies)
9:00am – Secret of Giving (1999, Reba McEntire) (Hallmark Movies)
11:00am – The Town Christmas Forgot (2010, Lauren Holly) (Hallmark Movies)
1:00pm – Farewell Mr. Kringle (2010, Christine Taylor) (Hallmark Movies)
3:00pm – A Dog Named Christmas (2009) (Hallmark Movies)
5:00pm – Cancel Christmas (2010, Judd Nelson) (Hallmark Movies)
6:00pm – Unwrapped (Thanksgiving) (Cooking)
7:00pm – The Christmas Heart (2012, Teri Polo) (Hallmark Movies)
8:00pm – I’m Not Ready for Christmas (2015) (Hallmark)
9:00pm – A Town Without Christmas (2001, Patricia Heaton) (Hallmark Movies)
10:00pm – Unwrapped (Thanksgiving) (Cooking)
11:00pm – Christmas With Holly (2012) (Hallmark Movies)
1:00am – Angel of Pennsylvania Avenue (Hallmark Movies)
1:45am – Son in Law (1993, Pauly Shore) (Thanksgiving) (Showtime Family)
2:00am – Unwrapped (Thanksgiving) (Cooking)
3:00am – The Case for Christmas (2011, Dean Cain) (Hallmark Movies)
3:30am – The New Adventures of Old Christine (Thanksgiving) (TV Land)

Sunday, November 15
5:00am – A Dog Named Christmas (2009) (Hallmark Movies)
6:00am – The Thanksgiving House (2013, Lindsay Wagner) (Hallmark)
7:00am – Cancel Christmas (2010, Judd Nelson) (Hallmark Movies)
9:00am – Angel in the Family (2004, Meredith Baxter) (Hallmark Movies)
10:15am – That ’70s Show (Thanksgiving) (IFC)
11:00am – Unwrapped (Thanksgiving) (Cooking)
11:00am – Angel of Pennsylvania Avenue (Hallmark Movies)
12:00pm – Unwrapped (Thanksgiving) (Cooking)
1:00pm – The Christmas Heart (2012, Teri Polo) (Hallmark Movies)
3:00pm – A Town Without Christmas (2001, Patricia Heaton) (Hallmark Movies)
4:00pm – Reba (Thanksgiving) (TV Land)
5:00pm – Christmas With Holly (2012) (Hallmark Movies)
7:00pm – The Case for Christmas (2011, Dean Cain) (Hallmark Movies)
7:00pm – A Dogwalker’s Christmas Tale (2015, Patrick Muldoon) (UP)
8:00pm – Christmas Incorporated (2015) (Hallmark)
9:00pm – Angels & Ornaments (2014) (Hallmark Movies)
9:00pm – A Dogwalker’s Christmas Tale (2015, Patrick Muldoon) (UP)
11:00pm – Angel in the Family (2004, Meredith Baxter) (Hallmark Movies)
2:00am – Alaska: The Last Frontier (Thanksgiving) (Discovery)
2:00am – The Thanksgiving House (2013, Lindsay Wagner) (Hallmark)

Monday, November 16
7:00am – A Day for Thanks on Walton’s Mountain (1982) (Hallmark Movies)
9:00am – A Walton Thanksgiving Reunion (1993) (Hallmark Movies)
11:00am – The Cleveland Show (Thanksgiving) (TBS)
11:30am – Frasier (Christmas) (Lifetime)
4:00pm – Arthur (Thanksgiving) (PBS)
4:00pm – Finding Mrs. Claus (2012, Mira Sorvino) (Lifetime)
6:00pm – Love at the Christmas Table (2012, Danica McKeller) (Lifetime)
8:00pm – Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (Thanksgiving) (CW)
8:00pm – Holiday Switch (2007, Nicole Eggert) (Lifetime)
10:00pm – Home by Christmas (2006, Linda Hamilton) (Lifetime)
12:00am – Holiday Switch (2007, Nicole Eggert) (Lifetime)
1:00am – A Day for Thanks on Walton’s Mountain (1982) (Hallmark Movies)
1:30am – Cougar Town (Thanksgiving) (TBS)
2:00am – Home by Christmas (2006, Linda Hamilton) (Lifetime)
3:00am – A Walton Thanksgiving Reunion (1993) (Hallmark Movies)

Tuesday, November 17
4:00pm – An Accidental Christmas (2007, Cynthia Gibb) (Lifetime)
6:00pm – On Strike for Christmas (2010, Daphne Zuniga) (Lifetime)
8:00pm – 12 Men of Christmas (2009, Kristin Chenoweth) (Lifetime)
10:00pm – A Nanny for Christmas (2010, Dean Cain) (Lifetime)
12:00am – 12 Men of Christmas (2009, Kristin Chenoweth) (Lifetime)
2:00am – A Nanny for Christmas (2010, Dean Cain) (Lifetime)

Wednesday, November 18
1:00pm – The Middle (Christmas) (ABC Family)

Thursday, November 19

Friday, November 20

Saturday, November 21
12:00pm – All She Wants for Christmas (2006) (Lifetime)
2:00pm – Dear Secret Santa (2013, Tatyana Ali) (Lifetime)
4:00pm – Christmas in the City (2013, Ashanti) (Lifetime)
8:00pm – Northpole: Open for Christmas (2015, Lori Loughlin) (Hallmark)
8:00pm – Jim Henson’s Turkey Hollow (2015, Mary Steenburgen, Ludacris) (Lifetime)
12:00am – Jim Henson’s Turkey Hollow (2015, Mary Steenburgen, Ludacris) (Lifetime)

Sunday, November 22
8:00am – Lady in the Lake (1947, Robert Montgomery) (TCM)
1:00pm – Comfort and Joy (2003, Nancy McKeon) (Lifetime)
3:00pm – Love at the Christmas Table (2012, Danica McKeller) (Lifetime)
7:00pm – Angels in the Snow (Kristy Swanson) (UP)
8:00pm – Merry Matrimony (2015) (Hallmark)
9:00pm – Murder She Baked: A Plum Pudding Mystery (Alison Sweeney) (Hallmark Movies)
9:00pm – Crazy for Christmas (Lifetime)
9:00pm – Angels in the Snow (Kristy Swanson) (UP)
1:00am – Crazy for Christmas (Lifetime)

Monday, November 23
4:00pm – His & Her Christmas (Lifetime)
6:00pm – Kristin’s Christmas Past (Lifetime)
8:00pm – Christmas on the Bayou (Lifetime)
10:00pm – Under the Mistletoe (Lifetime)
12:00am – Christmas on the Bayou (Lifetime)
2:00am – Under the Mistletoe (Lifetime)

Tuesday, November 24
8:00am – The Christmas Wish (Neil Patrick Harris) (Lifetime)
10:00am – Home for the Holidays (Lifetime)
12:00pm – Recipe for a Perfect Christmas (Lifetime)
2:00pm – Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever (Lifetime)
6:00pm – Holly’s Holiday (Lifetime)
8:00pm – The Santa Con (Lifetime)
9:00pm – Young & Hungry: Young & Christmas (ABC Family)
10:00pm – On Strike for Christmas (2010, Daphne Zuniga) (Lifetime)
12:00am – Jingle All the Way (1996, Arnold Schwarzenegger) (ABC Family)
12:00am – The Santa Con (Lifetime)
2:00am – On Strike for Christmas (2010, Daphne Zuniga) (Lifetime)

Wednesday, November 25
8:00am – The Christmas Consultant (David Hasselhoff) (Lifetime)
10:00am – Deck the Halls (Lifetime)
8:00pm – Once Upon a Holiday (2015) (Hallmark)
12:00am – Santa Baby (ABC Family)

Thursday, November 26
Happy Thanksgiving!
8:00am – Christmas Angel (Lifetime)
9:00am – CBS Thanksgiving Day Parade (CBS)
9:00am – Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (NBC)
10:00am – The Twelve Trees of Christmas (Lifetime)
12:00pm – Holiday High School Reunion (Lifetime)
2:00pm – The Merry In-Laws (George Wendt, Shelly Long) (Lifetime)
4:00pm – The Road to Christmas (Lifetime)
6:00pm – All She Wants for Christmas (2006) (Lifetime)
8:00pm – The 12 Gifts of Christmas (2015) (Hallmark)
8:00pm – Jim Henson’s Turkey Hollow (2015, Mary Steenburgen, Ludacris) (Lifetime)
12:00am – Holiday in Handcuffs (2007, Melissa Joan Hart, Mario Lopez) (ABC Family)

Friday, November 27
8:00am – A Christmas Romance (Lifetime)
10:00am – A Christmas Proposal (Lifetime)
12:00pm – A Christmas Wedding (Lifetime)
2:00pm – A Very Merry Daughter of the Bride (Lifetime)
4:00pm – Love at the Christmas Table (2012, Danica McKeller) (Lifetime)
6:00pm – Comfort and Joy (2003, Nancy McKeon) (Lifetime)
8:00pm – Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town (1970, Rankin/Bass) (ABC)
8:00pm – Crown for Christmas (2015, Danica McKellar) (Hallmark)
8:00pm – Dear Santa (Lifetime)
10:00pm – All About Christmas Eve (Lifetime)
12:00am – Jingle All the Way (1996, Arnold Schwarzenegger) (ABC Family)
12:00am – Dear Santa (Lifetime)
2:00am – All About Christmas Eve (Lifetime)

Saturday, November 28
12:00pm – Kristin’s Christmas Past (Lifetime)
2:00pm – A Nanny for Christmas (2010, Dean Cain) (Lifetime)
4:00pm – Home By Christmas (2006, Linda Hamilton) (Lifetime)
12:00pm – 12 Men of Christmas (2009, Kristin Chenoweth) (Lifetime)
8:00pm – Frosty the Snowman (1969, Rankin/Bass) (CBS)
8:00pm – A Christmas Detour (2015, Candace Cameron-Bure) (Hallmark)
8:00pm – A Gift Wrapped Christmas (Lifetime)
9:00pm – The Christmas Note (Hallmark Movies)
10:00pm – Christmas in the City (2013, Ashanti) (Lifetime)
12:00am – A Gift Wrapped Christmas (Lifetime)
2:00am – Christmas in the City (2013, Ashanti) (Lifetime)

Sunday, November 29
11:00am – An Accidental Christmas (2007, Cynthia Gibb) (Lifetime)
1:00pm – The Christmas Hope (Lifetime)
3:00pm – The Santa Con (Lifetime)
5:00pm – All About Christmas Eve (Lifetime)
7:00pm – My One Christmas Wish (UP)
8:00pm – Angel of Christmas (2015, Holly Robinson Peete) (Hallmark)
9:00pm – The Christmas Note (Hallmark Movies)
9:00pm – A Prince for Christmas (ION)
9:00pm – The Christmas Gift (Lifetime)
9:00pm – My One Christmas Wish (UP)
10:00pm – Jingle All the Way (1996, Arnold Schwarzenegger) (ABC Family)
1:00am – The Christmas Gift (Lifetime)

Monday, November 30
5:00pm – Jingle All the Way (1996, Arnold Schwarzenegger) (ABC Family)
7:00pm – Disney’s A Christmas Carol (2009, Jim Carrey) (ABC Family)
8:00pm – It’s Your 50th Christmas, Charlie Brown (ABC)
9:00pm – A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) (ABC)
9:00pm – The Polar Express (2004, Tom Hanks) (ABC Family)
10:00pm – The Great Holiday Baking Show (ABC)

Tuesday, December 1
ABC Family’s 25 Days of Christmas Begins
7:00am – The Preacher’s Wife (ABC Family)
11:00am – Disney’s A Christmas Carol (2009, Jim Carrey) (ABC Family)
1:00pm – Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas (ABC Family)
2:30pm – The Life & Adventures of Santa Claus (ABC Family)
3:30pm – Frosty’s Winter Wonderland (ABC Family)
4:00pm – Rudolph & Frosty’s Christmas in July (ABC Family)
6:00pm – The Year Without a Santa Claus (1974, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
7:00pm – The Polar Express (2004, Tom Hanks) (ABC Family)
8:00pm – Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964, Rankin/Bass) (CBS)
9:00pm – Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000, Jim Carrey) (ABC Family)
12:00am – The Year Without a Santa Claus (1974, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
1:00am – Rudolph’s Shiny New Year (ABC Family)

Wednesday, December 2
7:00am – The Christmas Shoes (ABC Family)
9:00am – Frosty’s Winter Wonderland (ABC Family)
11:00am – Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas (ABC Family)
12:30pm – A Miser Brothers Christmas (ABC Family)
1:30pm – Jack Frost (ABC Family)
2:30pm – Rudolph’s Shiny New Year (ABC Family)
6:00pm – Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000, Jim Carrey) (ABC Family)
8:00pm – Christmas in Rockefeller Center (NBC)
8:45pm – The Santa Clause (1994, Tim Allen) (ABC Family)
12:00am – Snow (ABC Family)

Thursday, December 3
7:00am – Christmas in Boston (ABC Family)
9:00am – Mickey’s Christmas Carol (ABC Family)
1:45pm – I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus (ABC Family)
4:00pm – Jack Frost (1998, Michael Keaton) (ABC Family)
6:00pm – The Santa Clause (1994, Tim Allen) (ABC Family)
8:00pm – Toy Story That Time Forgot (2014, Tom Hanks, Tim Allen) (ABC)
8:15pm – Fred Claus (2007, Vince Vaughn) (ABC Family)
8:30pm – Shrek the Halls (Mike Myers) (ABC)
9:00pm – CMA Country Christmas (ABC)
12:00am – Snow 2: Brain Freeze (ABC Family)
2:30am – All Mine to Give (1957) (TCM)
4:30am – Little Women (1949, Elizabeth Taylor, Janet Leigh) (TCM)

Friday, December 4
7:00am – Meet the Santas (2005, Steve Guttenberg, Crystal Bernard) (ABC Family)
9:00am – The First Christmas: The Story of the 1st Christmas Snow (ABC Family)
11:00am – Rudolph’s Shiny New Year (ABC Family)
12:00pm – Rudolph & Frosty’s Christmas in July (ABC Family)
2:00pm – Jack Frost (1998, Michael Keaton) (ABC Family)
4:00pm – I’ll Be Home for Christmas (ABC Family)
6:00pm – Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town (1970, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
7:00pm – Fred Claus (2007, Vince Vaughn) (ABC Family)
8:00pm – It Happened on 5th Avenue (1947) (TCM)
9:30pm – Elf (2003, Will Ferrell) (ABC Family)
11:50pm – Prancer (1989, Sam Elliott) (ABC Family)

Saturday, December 5
7:00am – Rudolph’s Shiny New Year (ABC Family)
8:00am – Rudolph & Frosty’s Christmas in July (ABC Family)
10:00am – I’ll Be Home for Christmas (ABC Family)
12:15pm – Prancer (1989, Sam Elliott) (ABC Family)
3:00pm – The Year Without a Santa Claus (1974, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
4:00pm – Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town (1970, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
5:00pm – The Polar Express (2004, Tom Hanks) (ABC Family)
7:15pm – Elf (2003, Will Ferrell) (ABC Family)
8:00pm – Just in Time for Christmas (2015, William Shatner) (Hallmark)
8:00pm – The Flight Before Christmas (Mayim Bialik) (Lifetime)
9:00pm – Merry Kissmas (ION)
9:30pm – Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000, Jim Carrey) (ABC Family)
12:30am – Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) (ABC Family)

Sunday, December 6
7:00am – A Very Brady Christmas (ABC Family)
9:00am – Home Alone: The Holiday Heist (ABC Family)
10:00am – The Man Who Came to Dinner (1941, Bette Davis) (TCM)
11:00am – The Year Without a Santa Claus (1974, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
12:00pm – The Little Drummer Boy (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
12:00pm – Holiday Affair (1949, Robert Mitchum, Janet Leigh) (TCM)
12:30pm – Disney’s A Christmas Carol (2009, Jim Carrey) (ABC Family)
2:30pm – The Polar Express (2004, Tom Hanks) (ABC Family)
4:45pm – Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) (ABC Family)
6:30pm – Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000, Jim Carrey) (ABC Family)
7:00pm – Beverly Hills Christmas (Dean Cain) (UP)
8:00pm – Karen Kingsbury’s The Bridge (2015, Ted McGinley) (Hallmark)
9:00pm – Magic Stocking (Hallmark Movies)
9:00pm – How Sarah Got Her Wings (ION)
9:00pm – Last Chance Christmas (Lifetime)
9:00pm – Beverly Hills Christmas (Dean Cain) (UP)
10:00pm – National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989, Chevy Chase) (ABC Family)

Monday, December 7
7:00am – Home Alone: The Holiday Heist (ABC Family)
9:00am – The Little Drummer Boy (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
11:00am – Three Days (ABC Family)
1:00pm – Love Actually (Ryan Reynolds) (ABC Family)
4:00pm – Fred Claus (2007, Vince Vaughn) (ABC Family)
6:30pm – National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989, Chevy Chase) (ABC Family)
8:00pm – The Great Christmas Light Fight (ABC)
8:45pm – The Santa Clause (1994, Tim Allen) (ABC Family)
12:00am – The Mistle-Tones (ABC Family)

Tuesday, December 8
7:00am – Fred Claus (2007, Vince Vaughn) (ABC Family)
11:00am – Secret Santa (ABC Family)
1:00pm – The Mistle-Tones (ABC Family)
3:00pm – Pinocchio’s Christmas (ABC Family)
4:00pm – Disney’s A Christmas Carol (2009, Jim Carrey) (ABC Family)
6:00pm – Frosty’s Winter Wonderland (ABC Family)
6:30pm – The Santa Clause (1994, Tim Allen) (ABC Family)
8:30pm – Fresh Off the Boat (Christmas) (ABC)
8:45pm – The Polar Express (2004, Tom Hanks) (ABC Family)
12:00am – Snowglobe (ABC Family)

Wednesday, December 9
7:00am – 12 Dates of Christmas (ABC Family)
9:00am – The Little Drummer Boy Book II (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
11:00am – Pinocchio’s Christmas (ABC Family)
12:10pm – Prancer (1989, Sam Elliott) (ABC Family)
2:20pm – Snowglobe (ABC Family)
4:30pm – Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas (ABC Family)
6:00pm – Mickey’s Christmas Carol (1983) (ABC Family)
6:30pm – The Polar Express (2004, Tom Hanks) (ABC Family)
8:00pm – The Middle (Christmas) (ABC)
8:30pm – The Goldbergs (Christmas) (ABC)
8:45pm – Elf (2003, Will Ferrell) (ABC Family)
9:30pm – Black-ish (Christmas) (ABC)
12:00am – The Year Without a Santa Claus (1974, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
1:00am – Rudolph’s Shiny New Year (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)

Thursday, December 10
7:00am – Prancer (1989, Sam Elliott) (ABC Family)
11:00am – Nestor, the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
11:30am – Frosty’s Winter Wonderland (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
12:00pm – Rudolph & Frosty’s Christmas in July (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
2:00pm – Mickey’s Christmas Carol (1983) (ABC Family)
2:30pm – Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas (ABC Family)
4:00pm – The Little Drummer Boy (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
4:30pm – Rudolph’s Shiny New Year (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
5:30pm – The Year Without a Santa Claus (1974, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
6:30pm – Elf (2003, Will Ferrell) (ABC Family)
8:45pm – National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989, Chevy Chase) (ABC Family)
12:00am – Santa Baby 2: Christmas Maybe (ABC Family)
1:15am – Meet Me in St. Louis (1944, Judy Garland) (TCM)
3:15am – In the Good Old Summertime (1949, Judy Garland) (TCM)

Friday, December 11
7:00am – Desperately Seeking Santa (ABC Family)
9:00am – Frosty’s Winter Wonderland (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
11:00am – Holiday in Handcuffs (2007, Melissa Joan Hart, Mario Lopez) (ABC Family)
1:00pm – The Family Man (Nicholas Cage) (ABC Family)
4:00pm – Fred Claus (2007, Vince Vaughn) (ABC Family)
6:45pm – National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989, Chevy Chase) (ABC Family)
8:00pm – Last Man Standing (Christmas) (ABC)
8:00pm – The Man Who Came to Dinner (1941, Bette Davis) (TCM)
8:30pm – Dr. Ken (Christmas) (ABC)
9:00pm – Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000, Jim Carrey) (ABC Family)
12:00am – Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town (1970, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
1:00am – The Year Without a Santa Claus (1974, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)

Saturday, December 12
7:00am – Jack Frost (1979, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
8:00am – Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas (ABC Family)
9:45am – Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas (ABC Family)
11:30am – The Bells of Fraggle Rock (ABC Family Premiere) (ABC Family)
12:15pm – Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas (ABC Family Premiere) (ABC Family)
1:20pm – The Year Without a Santa Claus (1974, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
2:30pm – Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town (1970, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
3:30pm – Frosty’s Winter Wonderland (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
4:00pm – Rudolph & Frosty’s Christmas in July (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
6:00pm – Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000, Jim Carrey) (ABC Family)
8:00pm – It’s A Wonderful Life (1946, Jimmy Stewart, Donna Reed) (NBC)
8:00pm – On The Twelfth Day of Christmas (2015) (Hallmark)
8:00pm – Becoming Santa (Lifetime)
9:00pm – The Flight Before Christmas (2008, Norm McDonald) (CBS)
9:00pm – Elf (2003, Will Ferrell) (ABC Family)
9:00pm – The Christmas Truce (ION)
11:15pm – Fred Claus (2007, Vince Vaughn) (ABC Family)
4:30am – Carol for Another Christmas (1964, Peter Sellers) (TCM)

Sunday, December 13
7:00am – Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas (ABC Family)
8:45am – Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas (ABC Family)
10:00am – In the Good Old Summertime (1949, Judy Garland) (TCM)
10:25am – The Bells of Fraggle Rock (ABC Family)
11:05pm – Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas (ABC Family)
12:10pm – Rudolph & Frosty’s Christmas in July (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
2:15pm – Elf (2003, Will Ferrell) (ABC Family)
7:00pm – A Baby For Christmas (UP)
9:00pm – Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story That Time Forgot (ABC Family)
9:00pm – Debbie Macomber’s Dashing Through the Snow (Hallmark Movies)
9:00pm – A Christmas Reunion (Denise Richards, Patrick Muldoon) (ION)
9:00pm – Wish Upon a Christmas (Alan Thicke) (Lifetime)
9:00pm – A Baby For Christmas (UP)
11:00pm – Lady in the Lake (1947, Robert Montgomery) (TCM)

Monday, December 14
7:00am – Mr. St. Nick (ABC Family)
9:00am – ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas (1974, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
11:00am – Frosty’s Winter Wonderland (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
6:00pm – Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story That Time Forgot (ABC Family)
8:45pm – The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (Tim Allen) (ABC Family)
10:00pm – The Great Christmas Light Fight (ABC)
12:00am – Snow (ABC Family)

Tuesday, December 15
11:00am – Desperately Seeking Santa (ABC Family)
1:00pm – Santa Baby (ABC Family)
3:00pm – Santa Baby 2: Christmas Maybe (ABC Family)
5:00pm – Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town (1970, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
6:00pm – The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (Tim Allen) (ABC Family)
8:00pm – Toy Story That Time Forgot (2014, Tom Hanks, Tim Allen) (ABC)
8:15pm – Elf (2003, Will Ferrell) (ABC Family)
8:30pm – Shrek the Halls (Mike Myers) (ABC)
10:30pm – The Little Drummer Boy (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
12:00am – Snow 2: Brain Freeze (ABC Family)

Wednesday, December 16
7:00am – Three Days (ABC Family)
9:00am – The Little Drummer Boy (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
11:00am – The Family Man (Nicholas Cage) (ABC Family)
2:00pm – Christmas in Boston (ABC Family)
4:00pm – Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town (1970, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
5:00pm – The Year Without a Santa Claus (1974, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
6:00pm – Elf (2003, Will Ferrell) (ABC Family)
8:15pm – The Polar Express (2004, Tom Hanks) (ABC Family)
10:30pm – Nestor, the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
12:00am – Desperately Seeking Santa (ABC Family)

Thursday, December 17
7:00am – The Family Man (Nicholas Cage) (ABC Family)
10:15am – Love Actually (Ryan Reynolds) (ABC Family)
1:30pm – The Preacher’s Wife (ABC Family)
4:15pm – Snow (ABC Family)
6:30pm – The Polar Express (2004, Tom Hanks) (ABC Family)
8:00pm – Disney’s Prep & Landing (ABC)
8:30pm – Prep & Landing 2: Naughty vs. Nice (ABC)
8:45pm – Disney’s A Christmas Carol (2009, Jim Carrey) (ABC Family)
12:00am – Holidaze (ABC Family)
1:15am – Holiday Affair (1949, Robert Mitchum, Janet Leigh) (TCM)
4:45am – Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938, Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland) (TCM)

Friday, December 18
7:00am – The Preacher’s Wife (ABC Family)
9:45am – Christmas Cupid (ABC Family)
12:00pm – The Mistle-Tones (ABC Family)
2:00pm- Snow 2: Brain Freeze (ABC Family)
4:15pm – Disney’s A Christmas Carol (2009, Jim Carrey) (ABC Family)
6:30pm – Disney’s Prep & Landing (ABC Family)
7:00pm – Disney’s Prep & Landing: Naughty vs. Nice (ABC Family)
7:30pm – The Santa Clause (1994, Tim Allen) (ABC Family)
8:30pm – Yes, Virginia (ABC)
9:45pm – The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (Tim Allen) (ABC Family)
12:00am – Three Days (ABC Family)

Saturday, December 19
7:00am – Prancer (1989, Sam Elliott) (ABC Family)
9:30am – Rudolph’s Shiny New Year (ABC Family)
10:30am – Jack Frost (1998, Michael Keaton) (ABC Family)
12:30pm – Rudolph & Frosty’s Christmas in July (ABC Family)
2:30pm – Frosty’s Winter Wonderland (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
3:00pm – The Year Without a Santa Claus (1974, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
4:05pm – Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town (1970, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
7:30pm – The Santa Clause (1994, Tim Allen) (ABC Family)
8:00pm – I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown (ABC)
8:00pm – A Christmas Melody (2015, Mariah Carey) (Hallmark)
8:00pm – The Spirit of Christmas (Lifetime)
8:00pm – The Shop Around the Corner (1940, James Stewart) (TCM)
9:45pm – The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (Tim Allen) (ABC Family)
12:00am – Holiday in Handcuffs (2007, Melissa Joan Hart, Mario Lopez) (ABC Family)

Sunday, December 20
7:00am – Rudolph’s Shiny New Year (ABC Family)
8:00am – Jack Frost (1998, Michael Keaton) (ABC Family)
10:00am – Prancer (1989, Sam Elliott) (ABC Family)
10:00am – It Happened on 5th Avenue (1947) (TCM)
12:00pm – Meet Me in St. Louis (1944, Judy Garland) (TCM)
12:45pm – Disney’s A Christmas Carol (2009, Jim Carrey) (ABC Family)
3:00pm – Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) (ABC Family)
3:45pm – Come to the Stable (1949, Loretta Young) (TCM)
4:45pm – The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (Tim Allen) (ABC Family)
7:00pm – National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989, Chevy Chase) (ABC Family)
8:00pm – Christmas Land (2015) (Hallmark)
9:15pm – Elf (2003, Will Ferrell) (ABC Family)
11:30pm – Mickey’s Christmas Carol (1983) (ABC Family)

Monday, December 21
7:00am – Prancer (1989, Sam Elliott) (ABC Family)
9:00am – Disney’s A Christmas Carol (2009, Jim Carrey) (ABC Family)
11:15am – Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) (ABC Family)
1:00pm – Rudolph’s Shiny New Year (ABC Family)
2:00pm – Frosty’s Winter Wonderland (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
2:30pm – The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (Tim Allen) (ABC Family)
4:30pm – Snowglobe (ABC Family)
6:30pm – Elf (2003, Will Ferrell) (ABC Family)
8:45pm – The Santa Clause (1994, Tim Allen) (ABC Family)
10:00pm – The Great Christmas Light Fight (ABC)
12:00am – Jack Frost (1998, Michael Keaton) (ABC Family)

Tuesday, December 22
7:00am – Rudolph’s Shiny New Year (ABC Family)
8:00am – 12 Dates of Christmas (ABC Family)
10:00am – Holidaze (ABC Family)
12:00pm – Christmas Cupid (ABC Family)
2:15pm – Jack Frost (1998, Michael Keaton) (ABC Family)
4:30pm – The Year Without a Santa Claus (1974, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
5:30pm – Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town (1970, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
6:30pm – The Santa Clause (1994, Tim Allen) (ABC Family)
8:45pm – The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (Tim Allen) (ABC Family)
12:00am – Holiday in Handcuffs (2007, Melissa Joan Hart, Mario Lopez) (ABC Family)

Wednesday, December 23
7:00am – The Mistle-Tones (ABC Family)
9:00am – Holiday in Handcuffs (2007, Melissa Joan Hart, Mario Lopez) (ABC Family)
11:00am – Santa Baby (ABC Family)
1:00pm – Santa Baby 2: Christmas Maybe (ABC Family)
3:15pm – Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town (1970, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
4:15pm – Rudolph & Frosty’s Christmas in July (ABC Family)
6:30pm – Frosty’s Winter Wonderland (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
7:00pm – Mickey’s Christmas Carol (1983) (ABC Family)
7:30pm – The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (Tim Allen) (ABC Family)
8:00pm – I Love Lucy Christmas Special (CBS)
9:45pm – National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989, Chevy Chase) (ABC Family)
12:00am – Home Alone: The Holiday Heist (ABC Family)
2:45am – The Shop Around the Corner (1940, James Stewart) (TCM)

Thursday, December 24
7:00am – Rudolph & Frosty’s Christmas in July (ABC Family)
9:00am – The Little Drummer Boy (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
10:30am – Bachelor Mother (1939, Ginger Rogers) (TCM)
11:00am – Home Alone: The Holiday Heist (ABC Family)
1:00pm – Prancer (1989, Sam Elliott) (ABC Family)
3:15pm – Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) (ABC Family)
4:15pm – Holiday Affair (1949, Robert Mitchum, Janet Leigh) (TCM)
5:00pm – Disney’s Prep & Landing (ABC Family)
5:30pm – Disney’s Prep & Landing: Naughty vs. Nice (ABC Family)
6:00pm – Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story That Time Forgot (ABC Family)
6:00pm – Meet Me in St. Louis (1944, Judy Garland) (TCM)
6:30pm – National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989, Chevy Chase) (ABC Family)
8:00pm – It’s Your 50th Christmas, Charlie Brown (ABC)
8:00pm – It’s A Wonderful Life (1946, Jimmy Stewart, Donna Reed) (NBC)
8:00pm – A Christmas Story (1983, Peter Billingsley) (TBS)
8:00pm – The Bishop’s Wife (1947, Cary Grant) (TCM)
8:45pm – Elf (2003, Will Ferrell) (ABC Family)
9:00pm – A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) (ABC)
10:00pm – A Christmas Story (1983, Peter Billingsley) (TBS)
10:00pm – Auntie Mame (1958) (TCM)
12:00am – The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (Tim Allen) (ABC Family)
12:00am – A Christmas Story (1983, Peter Billingsley) (TBS)
2:00am – A Christmas Story (1983, Peter Billingsley) (TBS)
4:00am – A Christmas Story (1983, Peter Billingsley) (TBS)
4:30am – Little Women (1949, Elizabeth Taylor, Janet Leigh) (TCM)

Friday, December 25
Merry Christmas!
6:00am – A Christmas Story (1983, Peter Billingsley) (TBS)
7:00am – Prancer (1989, Sam Elliott) (ABC Family)
8:00am – A Christmas Story (1983, Peter Billingsley) (TBS)
10:00am – A Christmas Story (1983, Peter Billingsley) (TBS)
11:00am – Nestor, the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey (Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
11:30am – Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town (1970, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
12:00pm – A Christmas Story (1983, Peter Billingsley) (TBS)
12:30pm – Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) (ABC Family)
2:00pm – A Christmas Story (1983, Peter Billingsley) (TBS)
2:15pm – The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (Tim Allen) (ABC Family)
2:15pm – The Man Who Came to Dinner (1941, Bette Davis) (TCM)
4:00pm – A Christmas Story (1983, Peter Billingsley) (TBS)
4:15pm – In the Good Old Summertime (1949, Judy Garland) (TCM)
4:30pm – Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story That Time Forgot (ABC Family)
5:00pm – Elf (2003, Will Ferrell) (ABC Family)
6:00pm – A Christmas Story (1983, Peter Billingsley) (TBS)
6:00pm – It Happened on 5th Avenue (1947) (TCM)
8:00pm – CMA Country Christmas (ABC)
10:15pm – Bachelor Mother (1939, Ginger Rogers) (TCM)
12:00am – Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town (1970, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)
1:00am – The Year Without a Santa Claus (1974, Rankin/Bass) (ABC Family)

Lifetime’s 2015 Very Merry Christmas holiday movie schedule

Lifetime’s 2015 Very Merry Christmas holiday movie schedule

Lifetime’s Very Merry Christmas kicks off Nov. 28, with world premiere holiday movies every Saturday and Sunday for a whole month. Get ready to put logs in the fireplace, marshmallows in your hot chocolate and practice making fresh baked cookies to put near the chimney, because Santa and the holiday season are coming soon.

‘A Gift Wrapped Christmas,’ Saturday, Nov. 28, 8 p.m. ET/PT
Scene from ‘A Gift Wrapped Christmas’

Starring Meredith Hagner, Travis Milne and Beverley Mitchell, “A Gift Wrapped Christmas” chronicles personal shopper Gwen’s newest client, Charlie, a high-rolling, workaholic, single father. When Gwen meets his 8-year-old son during a package drop, she is saddened to see just how little time Charlie spends with him. Determined to get Charlie to appreciate his family, Gwen makes it her Christmas mission to get him into the festive spirit. As she gets closer to Charlie and Owen, she also discovers what she wants for the holidays.

‘The Christmas Gift’ Sunday, Nov. 29, at 9 p.m.
Michelle Trachtenberg in ‘The Christmas Gift’

Starring Michelle Trachtenberg and Rick Fox, “The Christmas Gift” is about ten-year-old Megan, who upon receiving a Secret Santa gift, is touched by its contents which end up having a huge impact on her life. Now a driven young journalist, Megan can’t shake her desire to thank the person who sent her that heartfelt gift over a decade ago. Determined to prove herself to her editor, she goes on the search for the perfect Christmas story, and in doing so, she finally discovers who her Secret Santa is. Inspired by a true story.

‘The Flight Before Christmas’ Saturday, Dec. 5, at 8 p.m.
A scene from ‘The Flight Before Christmas’

Starring Mayim Bialik, Ryan McPartlin (Chuck) and everyone’s favorite parents from “Family Matters,” Reginald VelJohnson and Jo Marie Payton, “The Flight Before Christmas,” introduces Stephanie, who’s excited to take the next step in her relationship and move in with her boyfriend, but is then crushed when he drops the bombshell that he wants to break up. Faced with spending the holidays heartbroken and homeless, she decides to fly home to Connecticut. On a red-eye the day before Christmas, Stephanie finds herself seated next to Michael, who is planning to propose to his college girlfriend. The two get off to a rocky start but things get even worse when the pilot announces that a huge, unexpected snowstorm is crossing the country. Their flight is diverted to a small town in Montana where Stephanie snags the last available room at the town’s bed and breakfast. Despite their differences, she offers to share the room with Michael and try their best to get along

‘Last Chance Christmas’ Sunday, Dec. 6, at 9 p.m.
‘Last Chance Christmas’

Starring Hilarie Burton, Gabriel Hogan and Tim Matheson, “Last Chance Christmas” is about when Prancer injures his hoof, and Santa’s stable hand, John, must find a fill in to ensure Christmas deliveries go off without a hitch. His mission gets complicated when he discovers that Frankie, the perfect substitute reindeer, belongs to a precocious 8-year-old girl and her mother Annie. As he races to get Frankie up to the North Pole, he realizes that he’s actually falling in love with Annie and has to find a way to win her over and save Christmas at the same time.

‘Becoming Santa’ Saturday, Dec. 12, at 8 p.m. ET/PT
‘Becoming Santa’

Starring “Family Ties” Michael Gross and Meredith Baxter, the two reunite in “Becoming Santa” as Mr. and Mrs. Claus. The film also stars Laura Bell Bundy, Tony Calero and Jesse Hutch. The movie follows Holly, who has never introduced her toy designer boyfriend Connor to her family and has only revealed that they live “up north.” As their relationship intensifies, Holly knows she can’t wait any longer and decides to bring Conner to meet her parents for Christmas. Connor is in for a shock when he discovers he’s actually headed to the North Pole and Holly’s parents are none other than Santa and Mrs. Claus! Connor embraces his time there despite running into Holly’s ex, Jack Frost. Will Conner be ready to take their relationship to the next level – especially when it means he would be next in line to be Santa.

‘Wish Upon a Christmas’ Sunday, Dec. 13, at 9 p.m. ET/PT
‘Wish Upon a Christmas’

Starring Larisa Oleynik (Pretty Little Liars, Mad Men), Aaron Ashmore (Smallville), and Alan Thicke (Growing Pains), “Wish Upon a Christmas” is about business executive Amelia, who returns home to help a family-run ornament company, the employees see her as their savior who is coming in to rescue the company. They are heart-broken and shocked to learn that her plan to get the company on track involves massive layoffs. As Amelia prepares for the holiday ‘trimmings’, she finds herself rekindling an old romance with her high school boyfriend Jesse, who is also the company’s owner. She also soon begins to see the charm of the local business – but will she be able to save it in time?

‘The Spirit of Christmas’ Saturday, Dec. 19, at 8 p.m.
‘The Spirit of Christmas’

Starring Jen Lilley, Thomas Beaudoin and Bates Wilder, “The Spirit of Christmas” follows ambitious young lawyer Kate, who with a promotion on the line, heads to Vermont to broker the sale of an old inn. Kate has her work cut out for her when she learns its haunted and she meets Daniel Forsythe – a handsome man who died 95 years ago! Each year, Daniel takes human form exactly twelve days before Christmas, unable to move on with the mystery of his death unsolved. Determined to help Daniel, Kate finds herself in an unlikely romance with the dashing Christmas spirit.