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It’s a Wonderful Lifetime 2018: Thanksgiving Week Preview

Lifetime gets in on the holiday film festivities this week with brand-new world premieres and network premieres. Here, we’ll preview the ones that most piqued our interest for Thanksgiving week, including a mega One Tree Hill reunion.

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Christmas Movies in November: Thanksgiving Week

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] With the U.S. getting ready for Thanksgiving this week, Hallmark Channel is running holiday movie premieres every night from Wednesday to Sunday, with Lifetime jumping in with two Saturday and Sunday, and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, UP Television, and ION Television adding their newbies on Sunday night.

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Christmas in November TV Movie Preview

We can all use a little cheer right about now, and Hallmark Channel, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, and UP Television have already started rolling our their 2016 crop of holiday movies. Click on the links above for the full rundown of newbies. Here are the November titles that caught our eye with […]

TV Movie Goodness Preview: Lifetime’s The Santa Con [VIDEO and PHOTOS]
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TV Movie Goodness Preview: Lifetime’s The Santa Con [VIDEO and PHOTOS]

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] Melissa Joan Hart has been all over our TVs with Anthony Anderson this season in some very silly and cute Walmart commercials, and this weekend, she steps behind the camera to helm The Santa Con, a new holiday film for Lifetime where she co-stars alongside Barry Watson, Melissa Sagemiller, […]

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Christmas TV Goodness

If you don’t partake of Christmas movies, you’re going to need to break out your DVD sets or clear your DVR, because they’re all over cable TV this month. The networks don’t hit it as hard—you can still catch your Snoopy and Shrek—but they’ve handed the movies-of-the-week heavy lifting off […]