The Holiday season is a time of year that surrounds people with joy. Decorations, holiday music, and public events are just a few ways that people get into the holiday spirit. One of the best ways to instantly put you in the mood to celebrate are Holiday movies. This season, these Holiday movies will be showing on your favorite channels from your DirecTV channels list, so get ready to feel the spirit of the season.
Check Your DirecTV Channels List and Don’t Miss These Holiday Favorites
Home Alone 2
This sequel to the American holiday classic tells the story of Kevin, the kid who was left home alone in the first movie, now lost in New York City. On December 14, this movie will play on AMC at 8pm.
Vince Gill and Reese Witherspoon star as a couple who gets roped into visiting all four parents in the course of one day. This comedy follows the couple as they navigate their way through the holiday, their families, and their relationship. Tune in to AMC on December 15th for this holiday favorite.
Elf is a holiday favorite starring Will Farrell as a man who thought he was an elf his entire life leaves the North Pole to find his biological father. Along the way he bonds with his new family, gets a job, and falls in love. This hilarious holiday special will be on Freeform on December 19th at 6:50 p.m.,
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Tim Burton changes the formula of Christmas movies with this movie about a skeleton resident of Halloweentown who stumbles upon the land of Christmas and becomes fascinated. This movie quickly became a Christmas staple, and you can watch it on December 22nd at 5:10 on Freeform.
It’s A Wonderful Life
Perhaps one of the most well-known and sought out Christmas classics, It’s a Wonderful Life shows a man a glimpse of what the world would be like if he’d never been born. This movie is a must-see for Christmas, and you can watch it on Christmas Eve at 8:00 pm on NBC.
Tune into these Holiday classics to get you started on your movie binge. On Christmas Day, you can continue the holiday movie session starting at 5:00 a.m. on multiple channels, including TCM, NBC, Freeform, and TBS. The movies won’t stop until after midnight, so you can watch all night long.