Christmas Movie Channel Is Starting On Thursday
If someone springs to mind (or if indeed, it's you) then you might want to let them know that a TV channel that only plays Christmas movies is launching this Thursday.
The perfect outlet for their premature Christmas loving (remember it's only September, guys), Sony Movies Christmas is dedicated to festive films only and will air them 24/7 up until the big day.
According to Sony, the pop-up channel will air Christmas classics, new released plus "indulgent treats to get you in the holiday mood from September to January." Could that mean Christmas cooking shows?!
It adds: "Santa and his elves aren't the only people working its stockings off to ensure there's enough Christmas content to keep you in a seasonal mood right until the big day and beyond.
"Because really, when isn't a good time to give yourself a little festive cheer?"
TBH, the way this year has gone we are fully on board with some early Christmas joy.
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Sony has even given us a taster of there Christmas films to come and while we're excited for the classics - Elf, The Grinch, Miracle on 34th Street - its the lesser-known offerings that we're really intrigued by.
Sounding so bad they're good, the channel will be exclusively airing A Beauty and the Beast Christmas, Marrying Father Christmas, The Christmas Cabin and A Christmas Eve Miracle. Also on the schedule is Christmas Cruise (LOLing at this one already tbh) and Magic Stocking.
To keep the cheer going right up until 25th, there'll be themed weekends ranging from 'Christmas comedies', to 'Naughty vs nice', 'Wicked Christmas' and 'Singing for Christmas'.
Sony Movies Christmas will be available all day, everyday from Thursday 24th September. You can find the channel on Freeview 50, Sky 319, Virgin 424 or Freesat 303.
Meanwhile, if you're more in the mood for festive background music, a radio station dedicated to some of our favourite yuletide tunes recently launched.
Magic 100% Christmas will play non-stop Christmas hits to lift the nation's spirits during difficult times - all day, everyday.
It's official, Christmas has come early this year and we're not even mad.
Featured Image Credit: Columbia Pictures