Here are the top 10 best Lifetime Christmas movies
10 A SNOW GLOBE CHRISTMAS
Delivered in 2013, A Snow Globe Christmas reflects a common metaphor found in many Christmas television films. Thanks to the invasion of some mysterious power, a hard-working woman wakes up in a different life where she is lovingly married and gets to see what her life could have happened if she’d made a different option.
9 ALL ABOUT CHRISTMAS EVE
Starring Haylie Duff, All About Christmas Eve first displayed on Life in 2012. In this film, Duff stars as Eve Wright, a functioning executive who finds herself presented with two marvelous occasions. She can both continue on in her romance with her boyfriend, Darren or accept to work on a larger plan for her firm over the country in Los Angeles.
8 ALWAYS AND FOREVER CHRISTMAS
Always and Forever Christmas premiered as part of Lifetime’s 2019 Christmas film lineup. The movie observes Lucy (Lexi Lawson) seeing that she has received her recently late grandfather’s toy store in her old hometown. There’s something mysterious about the toy store, and the town itself, that catches Lucy’s heart the time she places the foot back in it.
7 MY CHRISTMAS INN
The leaning of big-city businesswomen seeing that they’ve received something important from a fondly left relative remains with the 2018 movie My Christmas Inn. In this film, Tia Mowry-Hardrict stars as a promoting specialist named Jen who finds out that she’s been left a hotel found in Alaska.
6 THE ROAD TO CHRISTMAS
This film has an additional special freshness, given the point that it is lead characters who have been married for almost 20 years. Premiering in 2006, The Road to Christmas is a delightful film that observes Clark Gregg’s charming single father Tom Pullman quickly meeting and falling for the stylish photographer Claire Jameson, as represented by Gregg’s real-life wife, Jennifer Grey.
5 A VERY MERRY DAUGHTER OF THE BRIDE
One of the more unique films on this listing, A Very Merry Daughter of the Bride first televised on Lifetime in 2008. Starring Joanna Garcia and Helen Shaver as a mother-daughter pair, the movie reflects the lives of wedding planners Roxanne (Garcia) and Rose (Shaver) when mom Rose hastily choose to marry Jack, a man she had only just met a few days back in France
4 JINGLE BELLE
Starring Tatyana Ali, the 2018 movie Jingle Belle obtains songwriter Belle returning to her small hometown. As soon as she comes there, she reconnects with her ex-boyfriend, Michael (Cornelius Smith Jr.), and finds herself hooked up in making music shows for the town’s yearly Christmas Eve Pageant.
3 WRAPPED UP IN CHRISTMAS
The 2017 movie Wrapped Up In Christmas leads Tatyana Ali as Heather, a strong manager of a regional mall. As Christmas advances, Heather is tasked by her boss, Arlene (Jackée Harry), to stop the contracts of underperforming stores. Of course, unbeknownst to her, she shortly falls in love with Ryan (Brendan Fehr), the relative of one of the store owners whose store faces closure.
2 SNOWED-INN CHRISTMAS
Bethany Joy Lenz has started the development to starring in Christmas films in recent years, both for Hallmark and Lifetime, and one of her best finds her starring in a Lifetime film opposite Hallmark Channel favorite Andrew Walker. Delivered in 2017, Snowed-Inn Christmas spots Lenz’s Jenna and Walker’s Kevin getting stranded in the same small town: Santa Claus, Indiana.
1 DEAR SECRET SANTA
The best Lifetime Christmas film of all time has two points in common with many of the other films on this list: there’s a strange, mystical, and even divine component to it, and it just so occurs to star Tatyana Ali. The 2013 movie Dear Secret Santa finds Jennifer (Ali) returning home to care for her aging father, Ted.