Christmas/Holiday TV schedule

Christmas/Holiday TV schedule

Here's a list of all the Christmas/Holiday movies starting with November 26. While there are a few on Hallmark/Hallmark Movie channel, it's a 2 day period just after Thanksgiving. The rest are on channels that UVerse has.

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oufanindallas wrote:

Here's a list of all the Christmas/Holiday movies starting with November 26. While there are a few on Hallmark/Hallmark Movie channel, it's a 2 day period just after Thanksgiving. The rest are on channels that UVerse has.


I know that the gist of your post is to say how unimportant that the Hallmark channels are but Hallmark isn't showing any Holiday movies after November 30th?  Are you sure? Smiley Tongue  What about "The Christmas Spirit," premiering on December 1st?  Or what about Help for the Holidays airing on Dec 3rd?  Surely you wouldn't think that Hallmark would stop showing Holiday movies after November 30th, right?   Seems like the list that you have (which is a good list and I will send it to my wife) never got populated for most channels, other than ABC/Lifetime (co-owned), after two weeks.  Obviously not a complete list.

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Likely whoever was putting that list together didn't have access to the December Hallmark Schedule, but did the others.

 

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Do the Toy Story movies count as Chirstmas holiday movies? Espcailly the Toy Story of Terror short that was made for Halloween?

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dhascall wrote:

oufanindallas wrote:

Here's a list of all the Christmas/Holiday movies starting with November 26. While there are a few on Hallmark/Hallmark Movie channel, it's a 2 day period just after Thanksgiving. The rest are on channels that UVerse has.


I know that the gist of your post is to say how unimportant that the Hallmark channels are but Hallmark isn't showing any Holiday movies after November 30th?  Are you sure? Smiley Tongue  What about "The Christmas Spirit," premiering on December 1st?  Or what about Help for the Holidays airing on Dec 3rd?  Surely you wouldn't think that Hallmark would stop showing Holiday movies after November 30th, right?   Seems like the list that you have (which is a good list and I will send it to my wife) never got populated for most channels, other than ABC/Lifetime (co-owned), after two weeks.  Obviously not a complete list.


Yes and no, I didn't create the list, I just published it for all to see.  It wasn't a dig at Hallmark, but it was to show that other channels besides Hallmark have Christmas movies.

” Auto racing, bull fighting, and mountain climbing are the only real sports … all others are games.”- Ernest Hemingway
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Best Christmas movie of all times: "It's a Wonderful LIfe".

 

 

That's IT....no further discussion.  Smiley Very Happy

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It's a good one, Skeeter but I have kudo's to give to anyone who can find out the names of my two Christmas movies, that I mentioned above.

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dhascall wrote:

It's a good one, Skeeter but I have kudo's to give to anyone who can find out the names of my two Christmas movies, that I mentioned above.


You didn't mention them "above," you mentioned them "over."  In the Hallmark Thread:

 

http://forums.att.com/t5/Features-and-How-To/Where-is-the-Hallmark-Channel/m-p/3835101#M107977

 

And I listed what I think are likely candidates. Smiley Wink

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NBC used to show "Wonderful Life" after the Thanksgiving Day dog show. They now opt for a replay of the parade. Smiley Sad
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So  I did a little more digging since it was mentioned this one wasn't as complete.  Found a site dedicated to Christmas shows.  It has 26 pages of Christmas movies and TV shows so it seems to be a little more completed than the other one.  Here ya go.

” Auto racing, bull fighting, and mountain climbing are the only real sports … all others are games.”- Ernest Hemingway
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” Auto racing, bull fighting, and mountain climbing are the only real sports … all others are games.”- Ernest Hemingway
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