Top 10 Movies Scheduled for Release This Christmas

You’d better grab an extra-large mug of hot cocoa and a few extra logs for the fireplace since you’re spending a lot of time enjoying the spirit of Christmas with your television to give you company.

Hallmark, Lifetime, Netflix, HBO Max, BET+, Great American Family, and other streaming services are preparing a blizzard of holiday cheer for the final months of 2022, and you can check all their movie trailers on the Internet.

Are you ready to plan your ultimate holiday movie marathon? Begin scrolling and prepare for the year’s most wonderful, movie-filled time.

A Christmas Mystery

  • How to watch: Nov. 24, HBO Max
  • Starcast: Violet McGraw, Christoph Sanders, Eddie Cibrian, and Drew Powell.

One hundred years ago, a young boy in Pleasant Bay, Oregon, discovered a strip of Santa’s magical jingle bells, ushering in a century of peace and prosperity for the small town.

A Christmas Mystery

Now, just days before Christmas, the bells have gone missing, and it’s up to a group of brave kids to solve the case, find the bells, and reestablish the Christmas magic in Pleasant Bay and the surrounding area.

Holiday Harmony

  • How to watch: Nov. 24, HBO Max
  • Starcast: Annelise Cepero, Brooke Shields, Jeremy Sumpter, and Sisanie.

Gail, a singer/songwriter, accepts a once-in-a-lifetime chance to compete for a lifetime shot at the big time and travels cross country – only to get as far as Harmony Springs, Oklahoma, before her ride, her budget, and all her hopes are derailed. 

Holiday Harmony

With only two weeks until her iHeartRadio Christmas Eve performance, she takes the advice of local handyman Jeremy.

She takes on a team of misfit kids hoping to perform in their own Christmas Eve Gala. Gail and Jeremy become close, but if she is to fulfill her lifelong ambition, she may have to depart him and the town she has grown to love behind.

Christmas at the Greenbrier

  • How to watch: Nov. 24, Fox Nation 
  • Starcast: Josh Murray, Alicia Leigh Willis

Abby, a widowed mother, and Ben, a former professional football player, previously dated but ended their relationship when Ben went pro.

Christmas at the Greenbrier

During a stay at The Greenbrier, the two unexpectedly reunite and spend time around each other, enjoying the magical vacation activities that the retreat offers. 

Abby is hesitant because she hasn’t dated anyone since her husband passed away and wants to spare her son Carter from further heartbreak.

This forces Ben to conduct some soul-searching to determine which of his priorities is more important: his career or true love.

Time for Him to Come Home for Christmas

  • How to watch: Nov. 26, 10 p.m. ET/PT, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
  • Starcast: Tyler Hynes, Holland Roden, and Tenille Townes

Elizabeth Athens receives a voice message from an unknown number four days before Christmas. In the news, a strange man makes one last direct appeal to his lover for a second opportunity.

Time for Him to Come Home for Christmas

Rolling Into Christmas

  • How to watch: Dec. 1, BET+
  • Starcast: Rhyon Nicole Brown, Donny Carrington, Brandee Evans, and Gary Dourdan

Contains: High school friendly blasts, skating

Two childhood sweethearts who got to share a passion for roller skating are reunited during the holidays 15 years later, forcing them to reconsider their love and life choices.

Rolling Into Christmas

Christmas on the Slopes

  • How to watch: Dec. 3, 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. ET/PT, UPtv
  • Starcast: Soma Chhaya, Olivier Renaud

A celebrity chef ends up taking her first real Christmas vacation after a disappointing restaurant opening and an embarrassing break-up.

Christmas on the Slopes

When she wanders into a luxury resort’s kitchen and is misunderstood for the sous chef by the good-looking but grumpy head chef, their chemistry ignites a holiday romance. But what happens when the head chef discovers the truth about her?

The Holiday Stocking

  • How to watch: Dec. 3, 10 p.m. ET/PT, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
  • Starcast: Nadine Ellis, Mykelti Williamson, B.J. Britt, Tamala Jones, and Karon Riley

RJ is a new angel who has just one regret: not assisting his sisters in reconciling while he is still alive. Returning to Earth as a stranger, he convinces them to revive the Holiday Stocking, their parents’ old Christmas charity tradition.

The Holiday Stocking

The Search for Secret Santa

  • How to watch: Dec. 4, 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, ION Television
  • Starcast: Alex Trumble, Skye Coyne

Sophia (Coyne), a Cub reporter, believes she has discovered a Christmas story that will safeguard her career when she uncovers a long-lost, lost-in-transit Secret Santa gift from ‘Tony to Abigail.’ 

The Search for Secret Santa

But the mystery thickens when she discovers that the item, a priceless nutcracker, was stolen years ago. She embarks on a dangerous, romantic pursuit to match the Secret Santas and catch the robbers with the help of an attractive and shady art dealer Jackson (Trumble).

The Most Colorful Time of the Year

  • How to watch: Dec. 9, 8 p.m. ET/PT, Hallmark Channel
  • Starcast: Christopher Russell, Katrina Bowden 

Ryan, an elementary school teacher, discovers he is colorblind. Michelle, an optometrist and the mother of one of his students, contributes to his holiday cheer.

The Most Colorful Time of the Year

The Snowball Effect

  • How to watch: Dec. 24, 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT, UPtv
  • Stars: Anjali Khurana, Landon Moss

Rival meteorologists monitoring a massive winter storm in Mistletoe must collaborate to return home for Christmas.

The Snowball Effect

Irrespective of the above-mentioned movies, other movies such as It’s a Wonderful Binge, A Belgian Chocolate Christmas, Holiday Heritage, Hanukkah on Rye, and A Christmas Gift are some other movies that can be on your Christmas or Winter Holiday break.

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