Title: The Ultimate Guide to the Best and Corniest Holiday Movies of 2023 (2023)

Introduction: The winter holiday season seems to start earlier and earlier every year. The moment Halloween is over, holly springs up, lights adorn houses, and Mariah Carey belts loudly for all to hear! And, of course, the Christmas specials come rolling out. This year is no exception, and the holiday movies, limited series, and episodes have already started to premiere. But if you missed some, we’ve got you covered with all the best and corniest holiday movies out now and on the way. ’Tis the season for Santa in disguise, coldhearted CEOs falling in love, and family misunderstandings amplified by the chaos of Christmas! We love to see it.

  1. How to Fall in Love by the Holidays Where to watch: The Roku Channel Teri Hatcher stars as a writer turned CEO of a lifestyle brand who agrees to pen a column about falling in love by Christmas in order to save her company. Of course, this means partnering with a hot photographer over the next two weeks.

  2. The Santa Clauses S2 Where to watch: Disney Plus (new episodes on Wednesdays) Scott Calvin and his family return in season 2 of The Santa Clauses. In the first season, Scott notoriously failed to retire after naming a successor who kinda sucked at his job. But now he’s training his son! No word yet on if Bernard the Hot Elf returns.

  3. The Great American Baking Show: Celebrity Holiday Where to watch: The Roku Channel It’s The Great American Baking Show… but with celebrities! And holiday-themed challenges and decor. Yum. The show features the same judges as the British version, but Zach Cherry and Casey Wilson host stateside. This year’s celebrity guests include Ego Nwodim, Arturo Castro, and Joel McHale.

  4. A Holiday I Do Where to watch: Tello Films, the lesbian streaming network A single mom meets her ex-husband’s (who she’s still on good terms with) wedding planner. Sparks fly, snowflakes fall, and love is in the air.

  5. Best. Christmas. Ever! Where to watch: Netflix (Nov. 16) Charlotte (Heather Graham) is annoyed by her friend Jackie’s (Brandy) constantly positive Christmas newsletters, so she sets out to prove that Jackie’s life isn’t so hunky-dory. But along the way, Charlotte and Jackie rekindle their friendship. Aw!

  6. EXmas Where to watch: Freevee via Prime Video (Nov. 17) Graham (Robbie Amell) surprises his family for Christmas at the last minute… only to learn they invited his ex-fiancée (Leighton Meester) to celebrate the holidays with them! The two end up challenging each other to see if the family will kick one of them out; cue the board game nights, the toilet clogging, passive-aggressive banter, and… well, of course, probably falling in love again just in time for Christmas.

  7. Dashing Through the Snow Where to watch: Disney Plus (Nov. 17) Ludacris plays a man jaded about Christmas who ends up encountering a man named Nick (Lil Rel Howery), who wears a red coat and may or may not be Santa. Ludacris and his daughter (Madison Skye Validum) end up getting swept away on a magical adventure on Christmas Eve.

  8. A World Record Christmas Where to watch: The Hallmark Channel (Nov. 18, 8 p.m. EST) This is about a boy named Charlie who sets out to break the world record for tallest Jenga tower… on Christmas Eve! His parents rally around him. Inspirational.

  9. The Holiday Shift Where to watch: The Roku Channel (Nov. 17) This five-episode rom-com series follows a bunch of intersecting love stories between mall employees during Christmas. So think Love Actually, but probably with fewer British accents.

  10. A Merry Scottish Christmas Where to watch: The Hallmark Channel (Nov. 19, 8 p.m. EST) Two estranged siblings journey to their mother’s childhood home for the holidays — which just happens to be a giant Scottish castle. They discover a family secret… but also the magic of Christmas!

Conclusion: The holiday season is the perfect time to cozy up with a cup of hot cocoa and indulge in some heartwarming and cheesy holiday movies. From romantic comedies to magical adventures, this year's lineup offers something for everyone. So grab your loved ones, settle in, and get ready to embrace the joy and warmth of the holiday season with these must-watch movies. Happy holidays!

Note: This article provides a comprehensive list of the best and corniest holiday movies of 2023, highlighting their availability and brief synopses. It aims to help readers find the perfect holiday movies to enjoy and outrank other websites by providing detailed and relevant information.


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