The most delightful season of the year is here. Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries are presenting 41 brand-new Christmas movies from now through December.
If you have cable, you may watch Candace Cameron Bure, Lacey Chabert, and other “Queens of (Hallmark) Christmas” on Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries every weekend. Get in the holiday season with Hallmark Channel’s “Countdown to Christmas” at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings, and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ “Miracles of Christmas” at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Saturday nights.
We offer an early Christmas present for you: you can still watch Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries all season long, even if you haven’t turned on the cable. There are several streaming services that allow you to watch live TV and recordings whenever and wherever you want for a fraction of the cost.
All of these no-strings-attached streaming services are geared for Hallmark fans:
- Sling: For $41 a month, receive all 32 channels from the Sling Orange Service – Lifetime, Hallmark, and ESPN — plus an extra nine channels from the Lifestyle Extra bundle, including Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Drama.
- Philo: Get 60+ channels for $25 a month, including all three Hallmark networks, HGTV, and Lifetime. Test it out with a free seven-day trial just in time for the “Countdown to Christmas.”
- FuboTV’s starting bundle, which includes 117 channels, 250 hours of DVR storage, and screen sharing, costs $64.99 per month. Try it out for free for a week before you spend the money.
- For only $5.99 a month, receive 24 of cable’s greatest channels, including all three Hallmark stations. Connect it to Roku, Amazon Fire TV, or Chromecast for a free seven-day trial.
- Everywhere there’s a Hallmark Channel: Hallmark’s free streaming service usually needs a cable subscription, but around the holidays, they unlock a select Christmas movies so you may view them without having to join up. You may also use this service to watch live programmes on your phone, tablet, or other appropriate device if you still have cable (or know someone who does).
Don’t worry if you get caught up in a baking frenzy and miss the movies when they’re broadcast live on TV: some streaming services allow you to see new releases just a few days after they first air.
- The Lookback function on fuboTV allows users to watch movies and TV series up to 27 hours after they first aired.
- If the movie is available on Sling’s on-demand or lookback service, you can watch it anytime you want or record it with Cloud DVR Plus for later viewing. (Note: A paid membership includes the first 50 hours of DVR storage, after which you’ll have to pay extra costs.)