Love Hallmark Channel Christmas movies but don’t love the cost of cable? If you’re looking for ways to tighten your budget in the face of rising costs, your cable or streaming subscriptions could be one of the first items to go. Luckily, cutting the cord doesn’t have to mean giving up your feel-good Christmas movies.
You’ll need either a cable package or a Peacock subscription to watch all of Hallmark’s new 2022 Christmas movies. However, if you don’t mind delving into the Hallmark archives, you can find a range of the network’s Christmas movies totally free on streaming services like Freevee, Tubi, Pluto TV, and the Roku Channel.
“The Christmas House”
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Jonathan Bennett and Robert Buckley are the stars of the 2020s The Christmas House, Hallmark’s first vacation film to feature a same-sex couple. It’s about two brothers (Bennett and Buckley) who return to their parents’ house over the holidays. Both the brothers and their parents (Treat Williams and Sharon Lawrence) work on different issues, but they come together to revive their old family tradition of decorating the house for Christmas.
The Christmas House is streaming on The Roku Channel.
‘Christmas in Love’
A bakery clerk and aspiring handyman named Ellie (Brooke D’Orsay) meets a big city CEO named Nick (When the heart calls‘s Daniel Lissing), who has many ideas on how to modernize the bakery – and cut staff. With Ellie’s help, Nick begins to realize that people, not machines, are what matters most.
Christmas in love is streaming on The Roku Channel.
“The Christmas Train”
Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Dermot Mulroney, Danny Glover and Joan Cusack star in the Hallmark Hall of Fame film The Christmas train. It’s about a disaffected journalist named Tom (Mulroney) who takes a train trip across the country just before Christmas. Williams-Paisley, Glover and Cusack play fellow passengers. As he travels across America, Tom will discover a chance for the love he thought was lost forever.
The Christmas train is streaming on The Roku Channel.
“A Princess for Christmas”
stranger Fans will want to check out the 2011 film a princess for christmas which stars a baby-faced Sam Heughan as the titular prince. It’s about a young woman named Jules (Katie McGrath) who takes care of her orphaned niece and nephew after the tragic death of her parents. The children’s estranged grandfather (who happens to be a duke) invites them to visit his home for the holidays, where Jules meets Prince Ashton – and falls in love with him. Sir Roger Moore plays the Duke.
A princess for Christmas streams on Freevee.
Real Hallmark couple Alexa and Carlos PenaVega star Enchanted Christmas. Alexa plays Laura, a widow and former dancer who now works as a project manager. She is hired to renovate a run-down lodge, which turns out to be the same place where she and her former love and dance partner Ricardo (Carlos) used to perform every Christmas. Ricardo still performs at the lodge and Laura ends up in his arms and heart again.
Enchanted Christmas streams on Tubi.
“It’s Christmas Carol”
Did you know that Carrie Fisher was in a Hallmark Christmas movie? It’s Christmas is a modern spin-on A Christmas song. Emmanuelle Vaugier plays Carol, a ruthless publishing executive. Her co-workers – including a disgruntled Fred (Carson Kressley) – all wish she was more like the late founder of the company, Eve (Fisher). After a fight with her ex-boyfriend, Carol encounters Eve’s ghost, which takes her on a journey through her past, present and future.
It’s Christmas is streaming on The Roku Channel.
“The best time of the year”
Brooke Burns, Henry Winkler and Warren Christie star the best time of the year about a single working mother-turned-holiday Scrooge. With the help of her Uncle Ralph (Winkler) and his new boyfriend Morgan (Christie), she rediscovers her love for Christmas – and finds a new love in the process.
The best time of the year streams on Tubi.
Watch Christmas Movies on the Hallmark Movies & More channel on Pluto TV
Looking for more free Christmas fun? Watch Hallmark Movies & More on Pluto TV. It’s a dedicated Hallmark channel on the free, ad-supported streaming service that shows a rotating selection of Hallmark films, including Christmas in Conway, a majestic Christmas, I’ll be home for Christmas (2016) and Radiate Christmas. (Pluto also has a Lifetime vacation movie channel.)
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Finally, if you have a library card, you can stream even more Hallmark movies for free. Hoopla is a streaming platform available at many public libraries. The Hoopla catalog contains Hallmark movies such as Christmas cookies, a very merry mix-up, a crown for Christmas, a December bride, and Christmas under wraps with Candace Cameron Bure. (The titles available may vary from library to library.)
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