Holiday TV movies aren’t gorgeous for Christmas anymore: Hallmark Channel is planning to add a pair of Hanukkah-themed movies to its historical holiday slate next year, in accordance with a account from Forbes.
The 2 Hannukah movies are aloof in the early phases, a community supply stresses, and particulars are sketchy, but one is tentatively titled Holiday Date and will feature “Hannukah aspects… which is loads of relaxing, as Hanukkah and Christmas overlap in 2019.” (Ah… so perhaps a noxious-denominational romance between a Christmas celebrant and a Hanukkah devotee? Mazel tov!)
Hallmark, needless to relate, already has the market cornered on Christmas movies: The community, alongside with sister location Hallmark Motion photos & Mysteries, will air a whopping 37 fashioned movies this holiday season. (We’ve already documented the avalanche of Christmas movies on Hallmark and varied cable and streaming outlets that aired over Thanksgiving weekend.) This year’s Hallmark holiday offerings comprise such titles as Satisfaction, Prejudice, and Mistletoe, starring Occasion of Five alum Lacey Chabert; Homegrown Christmas, starring Fat Dwelling outdated-fashioned Lori Loughlin; and A Gingerbread Romance, led by Sister, Sister star Tia Mowry.
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