GAC Family Christmas 2022 Movie Schedule
It may still be fall, but for fans of all things Christmas, the holiday movie streaming season is already upon us. No one knows this better than GAC Family, which just released its Programming of Christmas films 2022. So now people at home can start planning their viewing parties and preparing their movie snacks.
Of course, some might say it’s a bit early to watch movies about the snowy Christmas season, full of baking cookies, gift wrap and ugly christmas sweaters. But it does give us our first little holiday cheer that we’ll soon be fully embracing in December — or November, if you skip Thanksgiving and jump right into celebrating Christmas. And honestly can you really watch too many Christmas movies? Starting early is essential to see them all!
Classics like Alone at home, It’s a wonderful life Where white christmas are still good watches. And yet, when you want a feel-good rom-com set in a quintessential holiday setting filled with beautifully decorated homes, ice rinks, family bakeries, Christmas shows and more, GAC Family has all the movies you need. need this holiday season.
With 18 new movies slated to premiere, TV movie fans will have a variety of titles to choose from. In case you were wondering where to watch the GAC Family channel, you can connect through cable providers such as Cox, DirectTV, Dish, Frontier, Spectrum and others. For streaming purposes, services that offer the network include Hulu + Live TV, Online TV, fubo tv, Philo and TV Sling. Without further ado, here’s the full GAC Family 2022 Christmas movie schedule:
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Premieres: Saturday October 22 at 8 p.m. afternoon ET
French Kim (Shae Robin) and Theo Hall (Casey Elliot) meet while shopping on Black Friday and there are instant sparks between the two. When a power outage hits the store, the duo are separated, but as Christmas approaches, neither can forget the other. With little information on how to find each other, they’re going to have to rely on a bit of Christmas magic and dare we say fate to bring them together.
Premieres: Saturday, October 29 at 8 p.m. ET
Rookie caterer, Molly Frost (Merrit Patterson) is busy launching her business when she is hired by Jean Harrison, the Harrison Foundation’s perfectionist director, to host the famed organization’s annual Christmas gala dinner. Soon, she falls in love with Jean’s nephew, Carson (Daniel Lising), a photographer responsible for ensuring the smooth running of the dinner.
Anonymous Christmas Lovers
Premieres: Sunday, October 30 at 8 p.m. ET
Although this is not an original GAC Family TV movie, it still falls within the theme of love and festivities. In case you were wondering, Anonymous Christmas Lovers aired for the first time on Roku Last year. Going against the advice of her book, author Katrina Marks (Brooke Burfit) tries to celebrate Christmas to the fullest after a nasty breakup. But the journalist Hunter (Houston Rhine) is ready to expose it.
Premieres: Saturday, November 5 at 8 p.m. ET
What do you get when you take a prince (Jonathan Stoddard) seeking to escape royal life and former Olympic skater (Anna Marie Dobbins)? A truly royal romance.
love at christmas pageant
Premieres: Sunday, November 6 at 8 p.m. ET
at Angie’s (Samantha Cope) Her favorite part of Christmas has always been the Christmas Eve tree lighting in her small town, but as the first holiday season approaches without her mother, she doesn’t feel too much of the Christmas spirit. . Once she learns that her mother had dreamed of winning the tree decorating contest, Angie realizes that she must enter to honor her. Something she didn’t expect? For her high school sweetheart David (Ross Jirgl) and her daughter Gabby (Eliza Donaghy) to also participate in the competition.
Premieres: Saturday, November 12 at 8 p.m. ET
A NYC advertising executive (Jill Wagner) reunites with a childhood friend (Cameron Mathison) after returning to his hometown to help sell the family farm. But she doesn’t just do business and leave. Instead, she stays behind to help organize the annual Winter Wonderland event.
Premieres: Sunday, November 13 at 8 p.m. ET
A woman (Breanne Hill) recruit her best friend (Colton Little) to play the role of her fake boyfriend when she returns home for the holidays and finds her ex in a relationship.
Premieres: Saturday, November 19 at 8 p.m. ET
Journalist Josh (Andre Biernat) is sent to the Natalie profile (Kristina Cole), the owner of a successful farm and home goods store. But once he arrives at the facility, he discovers that the “family business” is actually run by the help of longtime family friends. Natalie must then convince Josh that her chosen family and their Christmas traditions are still worth covering.
My favorite Christmas tree
Premieres: Sunday, November 20 at 8 p.m. ET
When skilled genealogy researcher Kyla (Emma Johnson) finds information about her mother’s mysterious family, she can’t help but dig deeper. The information leads Kyla and her sister to the town of Conifer, where Kyla runs into a headstrong but handsome Christmas tree farm owner (Gilles Panton).
Christmas at the drive-in
Premieres: Friday, November 25 at 8 p.m. ET
A real estate lawyer (Danica McKellar) is working to prove that his city’s local drive-in shouldn’t be closed over the holiday season. But in a surprise twist, she ends up falling in love with the very person (Neal Bledsoe) who is trying to sell the property.
Premieres: Saturday, November 26 at 8 p.m. ET
An aspiring Broadway singer (Jessica Lowndes) finds herself involved in a production for her local Christmas party. Along the way, she finds mentorship to help her grow as a performer. o, when she finds herself torn between professional endeavors and love (Paul Green), which one will she choose?
Premieres: Sunday, November 27 at 8 p.m. ET
Maggie (Candace Cameron Bure) and Eric (Marc Blucas) are parents of teenagers, embarking at his widowed brother’s house to celebrate Christmas. Through an unusual series of transformative events, Maggie learns that enjoying the holidays is better than spending time trying to make them perfect.
Christmas on Candy Cane Lane
Premieres: Saturday, December 3 at 8 p.m. ET
Ivy (Andrea Barbier) always lived in the shadow of his late mother, who was the darling of Icicle Falls, responsible for the Candy Cane Lane Lights extravaganza, owner of The Christmas Haus and former television star known as “Christmas maven”. But this holiday season, a series of hilarious and magical events occur that ultimately bring the town together in a way that Ivy’s mother never could.
Premieres: Sunday, December 4 at 8 p.m. ET
Travel blogger Tracey Moore (Jen Lilley), despite his reservations, heads for a Christmas getaway in exchange for a review of the small town. She soon finds herself falling in love with the owner’s beautiful son, Graham (Jesse Hutch), who teaches him the joys of getting out of his comfort zone.
Be home for Christmas
Premieres: Friday, December 9 at 8 p.m. ET
Two former (Jennifer Freeman and Garrett Watson) are forced to reconnect when a snowstorm leaves them stranded in a store with no cell service or Wi-Fi just before Christmas.
Crown Prince of Christmas
Premieres: Saturday, December 10 at 8 p.m. ET
Aspiring musician Madison (Cindy Busby) needs help when she jokingly tells her family that she is dating a prince from a small European nation – and they believe her. Soon his friend and colleague Sebastian (Jilon VanOver) is forced to pose as a prince and act as her boyfriend when she visits her family for the holidays. Madison is unaware that Sebastian is actually hiding a royal secret.
Premieres: Saturday, December 17 at 8 p.m. ET
In the week before Christmas, Charlotte (Jillian Murray) tries to find his unique style in the local art scene while helping run his family’s restaurant. Frustrated by her latest painting, she throws it away. Charlotte later discovers that guest artist Wyatt (Joseph Cannata) found it and submitted it anonymously to the Christmas Art Festival. His mission ? Find the designer who won her heart with her art.
Premieres: Sunday, December 18 at 8 p.m. ET
Struggling artist Liv James (Brigitte Kingley) accepts a teaching job at a local elementary school after her latest art exhibit catches fire – literally. This new career move helps her discover more about herself and a new romance (Joe Town).
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