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All the Holiday Movies on TV This Year and Where You Can Watch

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It’s the most wonderful time of year — back-to-back Christmas movies on TV!
Here’s when and where to catch some of your favorites including the annual 24-hour marathon of “A Christmas Story” on TBS and both the animated 1966 “Grinch” with Boris Karloff and the 2000 remake with Jim Carrey.
And here’s some new holiday movies that should bring plenty of joy, romance, puppies and happy endings. Except for the “Sabrina” one, which is appropriately chilling.Saturday, December 22
10:00am EST/PST– “Love Actually” (TBS)
1:30pm EST/PST – “Last Holiday” (AMC)
3:25pm EST/PST – “The Nightmare Before Christmas” (Freeform)
4:00pm EST/PST – “The Polar Express” (AMC)
6:00pm EST/PST – “Elf” (AMC)
8:00pm EST/PST – “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” (AMC)Sunday, December 23
8:00pm EST/PST – “Christmas Made to Order” (Hallmark)
Architect Steven (Jonathan Bennett) recruits holiday coordinator Gretchen (Alexa PenaVega) to help him host his family for Christmas. Great decorating and romance ensue.
8:00pm EST/PST – “3 Holiday Tails” (Lifetime)
Four lovable Golden Retrievers help a couple (Julie Gonzalo and KC Clyde) figure out they’re meant to be together in this very fluffy holiday romance.Monday, December 24
11:00am EST/PST– “Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas” (Freeform)
2:05pm EST/PST – “Jingle All the Way 2” (Freeform)
8:00pm EST/PST – “It’s a Wonderful Life” (NBC)
8:00pm EST/PST – “A Christmas Story” (TBS) Grab your bunny suit and your leg lamp: It’s the start of TBS’s annual marathon of this ’80s classic.Tuesday, December 25
8:00pm EST/PST – “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas” (1966) (NBC)
8:30pm EST/PST – “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas” (2000) (NBC)On Netflix:“The Holiday Calendar”
A photographer (Kat Graham) inherits an antique holiday advent calendar, the contents of which seem to predict the future. Will this magical calendar lead her to love this holiday season?“The Princess Switch”
When a down-to-earth Chicago baker and a soon-to-be-princess (both played by Vanessa Hudgens) discover they look like twins, they decide to trade places over Christmas.“The Christmas Chronicles”
Two siblings team up with Santa Claus (a very rockin’ Kurt Russell) for a high-flying holiday adventure.“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale” 
The Church of Night, like all covens, celebrates the Winter Solstice — the longest night of the year — when families gather around the Yule Fire to sing pagan carols and tell ghost stories.

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