How to stream Hallmark’s Countdown to Christmas 2022

At this time, Halloween season is still here, but for those who are wanting to get an early start on getting in the Christmas mood have an excellent opportunity starting tomorrow.

Beginning on Friday, October 21, Hallmark Channel will begin its annual Countdown to Christmas campaign where the network premieres its brand new original Christmas movies.

If anything, while the movies could be seen as predictable, they are a great way to get into the holiday spirit.

With all of that said, here is how you can stream all of the original movies this year.

The best method to do this through would be Frndly TV, which starts at just $6.99 a month and shows a live feed of Hallmark Channel, as well as its sister channels, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries and Hallmark Drama.

However, the $6.99 plan, while the cheapest, does only provide a standard definition (SD) feed of the channels on the service. We would recommend Frndly TV’s Classic plan, which is $8.99 a month and provides an HD feed of every network on the service, as well as a Unlimited Cloud DVR that allows users to save programs for up to three months.

To sweeten the pot even more, for an extra $5.99 a month, users can get the add-on streaming service Hallmark Movies Now that will have even more Hallmark movies on-demand.

Frndly TV could also be a great affordable option for people who will be wanting to stream the newest original holiday movies that will air this season from other networks such as Lifetime and Great American Family.

Other live TV streaming services that have Hallmark Channel and its other channels are Philo that starts at $25 a month and has an unlimited cloud DVR too, as well as Sling TV with the Lifestyle Extra for an additional $6 a month, YouTube TV, and DirecTV Stream.

Frndly TV and the other live TV streaming services mentioned above can be streamed on the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac.

How do you plan on streaming Hallmark’s Countdown to Christmas this year? Comment below or let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.

David Becker
Author: David Becker

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