Sony Movie Channel has announced they will dedicate a TV channel entirely to the Christmas period, playing your favourites 24 hours a day.
On those cold winter nights, there is nothing better than snuggling up with a classic x-mas movie, which has now become a staple holiday tradition.
So when the Sony Movie Channel announced they would be bringing us the best present of all… a 24/7 x-mas movie channel, there were no words for the amount of excitement.
Last year, True Movies blessed us with all the Christmas movie galore you could want, but with Sony Movies Christmas there are bound to be some exclusive treats in the stockings.
— Sony Movie Channel (@sonymovieuk) August 23, 2019
Not only will it be entirely x-mas movies, but the channel will also be premiering as of next month! Christmas truly has come early.
The channel will premiere on September 10 and will run-up to the end of January, a great place for those who can’t believe the holiday season is really over. The channel will be dedicated to showing the best seasonal films on a 24-hour basis.
Alongside Christmas movie classics such as Elf and Polar Express, there will also be never before seen movies on the channel according to The Sun. New movies will be debuted including Holiday Road Trip and Silver Bell.
From 7 pm every night, make sure to have that box of tissues near your mug of hot chocolate as there will be a daily emotional film available to watch, this includes Moonlight & Mistletoe, Christmas Grace and All I Want Is Christmas.
The Xmas channel will be available to watch every single day in the build up to Christmas, conveniently on Freeview 50, Sky 139, Virgin 424 and Freesat 303.
This isn’t the only exciting news, Disney+ has announced the first of its new shows, with a Home Alone reboot on the holiday cards.
Aimee is a Media & Communications graduate from Birmingham City University with a passion for everything related to cats, milkshakes and Oreo-flavoured consumables. You will often find Aimee typing furiously equipped with a Greggs’ sausage roll and a gingerbread man.