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Lifetime Announces Its Original Christmas Movie Lineup

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If you're not in the Christmas spirit yet, Lifetime might just be able to change that. The network announced it will air six new original Christmas movies, part of their totally adorable-sounding special "It's a Really, Really Cozy Christmas."

The special, which will begin on November 25, includes a mix of love stories and heartwarmingly hilarious tales. From what we know so far, they all sound promising. Between these new movies and all the new original Hallmark Christmas movies airing in the next couple of months, we're going to have a tough time deciding which ones to watch this year. Fortunately, this early announcement makes it that much easier to prioritize before preparation for the holidays gets too crazy.

Take a look at the list of the new Lifetime Christmas presents for us (er, we mean movies) below and see which one you'd most like to watch while holding your cozy cup of hot cocoa by the fireplace.

November 25 — 'Wrapped Up in Christmas'

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Tatyana Ali plays a mall manager who works on closing underperforming stores and Brendan Fehr plays her love interest who secretly works as a mall Santa.

November 26 — 'A Very Merry Toy Store'

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Mario Lopez and Melissa Joan Hart play toy-store owners struggling to keep small business alive when a big-name competitor swoops into town.

December 2 — 'Four Christmases and a Wedding'

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Arielle Kebbel plays an event planner working on a Christmas festival where she always happens to run into the same love interest who is always working overseas.

December 3 — 'My Christmas Prince'

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Alexis Knapp plays a teacher who falls in love with a handsome man who she believes is a diplomat, only to find out that her prince charming is actually a real prince.

December 9 — 'Christmas in Mississippi'

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Jana Kramer plays a photographer who goes home to Mississippi to help her hometown rebuild after a hurricane, only to run into an old flame from back in the day in the process.

December 16 — 'Snowed-Inn Christmas'

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Bethany Joy Lenz and Kevin Jenner play writers trying to save a historic town inn in Santa Claus, Indiana.

Wow! And if Lifetime's Christmas gifts to us in the form of movies weren't enough, the network also announced that they will air six additional "mini-movies" after each premiere as follows: A Family for Christmas, The Snowman, The Ugly Christmas Sweater, Dear Santa, Holiday Trap, and Christmas Grandpa. Hey, we can never say no to stocking stuffers.

A very happy holiday (viewing) for us indeed!

h/t Country Living

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