Hallmark Christmas movies? Pass the cheese

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If you are among those who have an affinity for films with an always foreseeable plot direction, the Hallmark Channel is your calling.

Being the mecca of cheesy Christmas movies, Hallmark has popularized some of their films. Beginning October 26, the network began showing its inventory of Christmas films, including 24 new movies. This is the 10th anniversary of Hallmark’s countdown to Christmas. Christmas movies are shown 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

Two of their most watched movies include, the 2008 film, “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” and the 2017 movie, “Christmas Getaway.” 

Beginning October 26, the network began showing its inventory of Christmas films, including 24 new movies. This is the 10th anniversary of Hallmark’s countdown to Christmas. Christmas movies are shown 24 hours a day, seven days a week. ”

A fatigued and anxious mom, Jennifer, carries the weight of Christmas on her back as she prepares for the holiday. But her grievances disappear once her Uncle Ralph comes into town to visit her with hunk, Morgan, at his side. 

If you like Henry Winkler and dark, raven-haired, 20-something-year-old men, “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” should do nothing short of fulfill your Christmas entertainment needs. 

Traveling writer, Emory, decides to take a much deserved vacation and rents a home for herself for the holidays. But just when the literary frenzy that is her life has seemed to simmer, Emory finds herself in the home with a widower, his mother, and his daughter. If you fancy a movie with spiraling emotions and absurd coincidences, “Christmas Getaway,” is your cup of hot chocolate. 

This year, Hallmark has also created a few new Christmas movies to add to their litany.  

If your dream film plot constitutes a random connection between two hopeless singles, then you should watch “The Mistletoe Secret.” 

And if candy, misconceptions, and Jodie Sweetin strike your fancy, “Merry & Bright” is the Christmas movie for you. 

Here are some of the best Christmas movies from the Hallmark Channel