Hallmark Channel continues to one-up itself every year when it comes to holiday programming.
In 2020, the network announced a list of 40 holiday films, which includes the return of Christmas queens Lacey Chabert and Candace Cameron Bure. The network even debuted its first film with an LGBTQ+ storyline at the forefront.
With so many feel-good movies to watch, it’s not surprising that audiences repeatedly turn to the network for holiday cheer.
But if you’re one of the households that had a messy breakup with cable recently, you may be wondering how you can get your Hallmark fix this year.
The good news is that there are options if you don’t have a cable subscription.
Hallmark has been expanding its reach, so there are several ways to snag access if you’re willing to pay a nominal monthly fee.
There are a few streaming options that can give you on-demand access.
Sling TV allows you to watch the channel online for $35 a month.
Philo has three Hallmark channels for just $20 a month.
The newest addition to the market, Frndly TV, offers three Hallmark channels starting at $5.99 a month, though it's limited on other networks.
And while Fubo TV may seem like the priciest option with a $64.99 a month plan, it offers nearly 120 channels including three Hallmark ones.
Amazon Prime allows you to watch a selection of films from previous years along with new 2020 releases.
However, the best spot for the oldies, goodies, and generally, all things Hallmark, is the Hallmark Movies Now app. Audiences can stream movies, series, and specials with just one click of a button.
The apps are available at two payment plans: $4.99 (the annual total of $59.99 must be paid up front) or the $5.99 tier. Both include a seven-day free trial.
Don’t delay your binge-watching anymore – get into the holiday spirit now!