How to Watch ‘Lifetime Christmas Movies’ Online – Live Stream Your Holidays

By Gabriela Vatu / November 10, 2019

Halloween has passed, so it's time to get excited for Christmas, right? Shops are already stocking up and displaying Christmas trees, presents, chocolates, and decorations, so maybe getting excited over season-approved movies isn't wrong, right? Well, if you're one of the people who get excited over Christmas, then we have good news - the Lifetime list is here, and we get to help you figure out how to watch all movies without cable.

When it comes to Christmas movies, there are two directions you want to check out - Hallmark and Lifetime. Not only are they going to show a lot of family-approved flicks, but they also have them by the bucketload. Strewn all over November and December, both channels have a lot of Christmas movies ready for all those who get excited about the holiday as soon as cold weather sets in.

While Hallmark has about 40 new movies, Lifetime only has about 30. Still, that's a lot, especially since they're all focused around the same theme here. The films feature names like Melissa Joan Hart, Kelly Rowland, Erin Cahill, Tia Mowry-Hardrict, Vanessa Lachey, Ashanti, and more.

When to Watch the Lifetime Christmas Movies?

As mentioned, on Lifetime the Christmas movies started out in late October, and you get a new one every few days until Santa comes to town. Here's a full schedule for what Lifetime has in plan for us this year. You should know that these are only the confirmed movies, with the network saying there's room for more surprises.

Movie Name Date Time (ET)
Radio Christmas Saturday, November 9th 8 PM
A Sweet Christmas Romance Sunday, November 10th 8 PM
Christmas a la Mode Friday, November 15th 8 PM
Christmas in Louisiana Saturday, November 16th 8 PM
Random Acts of Christmas Sunday, November 17th 8 PM
Magical Christmas Shoes Friday, November 22nd 8 PM
Twinkle All the Way Saturday, November 23rd 8 PM
Christmas 9 to 5 Sunday, November 24th 8 PM
A Very Vintage Christmas Wednesday, November 27th 8 PM
A Christmas Wish Thursday, November 28th 8 PM
Staging Christmas Friday, November 29th 8 PM
Merry Liddle Christmas Saturday, November 30th 8 PM
You Light Up My Christmas Sunday, December 1st 8 PM
A Storybook Christmas Friday, December 6th 8 PM
Mistletoe & Menorahs Saturday, December 7th 6 PM
Christmas Unleashed Saturday, December 7th 8 PM
Grounded for Christmas Sunday, December 8th 8 PM
Christmas Stars Friday, December 13th 8 PM
Matchmaker Christmas Saturday, December 14th 6 PM
A Christmas Winter Song Saturday, December 14th 8 PM
Rediscovering Christmas Sunday, December 15th 8 PM
The Christmas Temp Friday, December 20th 8 PM
Christmas Love Letter Saturday, December 21st 6 PM
The Christmas Hotel Saturday, December 21st 8 PM
A Date By Christmas Eve Sunday, December 22nd 8 PM

How Can I Live Stream the Lifetime Christmas Movies?

There are a ton of Christmas movies on Lifetime's schedule this year, so we are planning to watch these all online without cable. This can be quite easy to do because there are a lot of platforms that enable us to watch TV online, without requiring any sort of cable contract. The best way to watch Lifetime online is with the help of fuboTV, which is a great single bundle platform that will allow you to watch a ton of content online. Start your free trial on fuboTV today! As mentioned, there is a single bundle of channels available on fuboTV, and it will allow you to watch a lot of content, including Lifetime.

Besides the main bundle, you can add a ton of channel packs and premium networks to your subscription, so you can enjoy a lot more content. The fuboTV app works on a wide range of devices, including Android and iOS phones and tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, and Samsung Smart TVs. (Note: fuboTV is a platform that only works in the United States, so if you're going to use it when traveling outside of the country, you should get a VPN to help you access any of the content. Click here to learn what you have to do.)

Here's what you have to do to start your 7-day free trial on fuboTV:

Other Ways to Watch the Lifetime Christmas Movies

Sling TV - We have Sling TV on our list, and it's a great service that will enable you to access three different bundles of your choosing. Lifetime is present in all three bundles, so you get to pick the one you like most. We do advise you to go for Orange + Blue because that one will also help you enjoy four different simultaneous streams. Start your Sling TV subscription with a 40% OFF deal for the first month. You can also add a ton of channel packs and premium networks, according to your preferences.

Philo - We also have Philo on the list, and it's a great service that features only one bundle of channels. They should be enough, however, since there are a lot of entertainment options available, including Lifetime. Start your 7-day free trial on Philo today! Philo is a "what-you-see-is-what-you-get" platform, so there are no channel packs to add to your subscription, and neither are their add-ons to expand the service in any way.

Hulu - We also have Hulu on our list, and it's a great single bundle platform that will grant you access to more than just the live TV service. What they mean by that is that the live TV subscription includes access to the video-on-demand library that Hulu has been building for a lot of years. You can add a couple of channel packs, and plenty of premium networks to your subscription if you want more content. Start your 7-day free trial on Hulu today!

What Can I Do to Watch the Lifetime Christmas Movies Outside of the United States?

When you're traveling outside of the United States, you need to be aware that live TV platforms and streaming services need to abide by licensing deals they have signed. Generally, this means that your subscription doesn't matter when you travel outside of the United States, because you won't have access to any of the content that you paid for. This happens because the platform detects your location by reading your IP address, so it can't allow your access when you are not in the United States.

The problem can be fixed relatively easy with the help of a VPN that can change your IP address. We can recommend you go for ExpressVPN, because it's one of the best on the market, and it will allow you to access a ton of content from any platform that may block your access. ExpressVPN has thousands of servers all over the world and dozens of them in the United States, and some really great privacy features.

Here's how you can use ExpressVPN to watch the Lifetime Christmas movies when you're traveling outside of the country:

Can I Watch the Lifetime Christmas Movies on the Lifetime Website?

You can do that, but it's not going to be exactly live. As we speak, there is no live stream as you would know it from other TV networks, but there is a possibility of watching shows soon after they have aired, including the movies we discussed. In fact, the platform adds them up pretty quickly after they air, so you get to watch the movies and all other Christmas content. You will need to log in to an account to access all this content, and you will be able to do with credentials from your TV provider, which can either be a live TV service or a cable company.

There is also a Lifetime app that you can get for your devices and enjoy the movies on the go. The Lifetime app works on IOS and Android phones and tablets, Windows tablets and phones, Kindle Fire HD, and Kindle Fire phones. (Note: You should keep in mind that both the Lifetime app and website are subject to geo-blocks, so if you want to access them when traveling outside of the United States, you're going to need to use a VPN to do this. Click here to learn everything that you have to do.)

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