Watching feel good holiday movies is the best way to get into the holiday spirit. Whether you enjoy watching black and white Christmas classics, funny family comedies or romantic holiday tales that will sweep you right off your feet, there are plenty of ways to watch with TCL Roku TV.

Christmas Classics

If you enjoy the good ol’ black and white Christmas classics such as “It’s a Wonderful Life,” and the original “The Miracle on 34th Street” you will enjoy the Christmas Classics channel. With popular movies and cartoons this is the go to channel for classic holiday hits. ChristmasFlix is another free holiday channel with loads of movies. This channel also features original shows such as “Christmas Across America,” or “Christmas Inside The White House” – taking you on a sneak peek of past President’s holiday décor. The Best Christmas Channel Ever offers a variety of classic Christmas TV shows, cartoons, concerts and even vintage Christmas commercials. So, if the classic holiday feel is what you are going for then these channels are for you.

Funny Family Comedies

Think Santa falling down a chimney is funny? Want to laugh with a real-life Elf who drinks maple syrup for breakfast? Look no further! There are plenty of family Christmas comedies streaming on your TCL Roku TV. The Freeform channel (cable subscription required) offers a countdown to Christmas and will play different family movies everyday through Christmas. The Cartoon Network, DisneyNOW, and most major cable networks will feature Christmas movies in their TV lineup. Tip* you can also follow a certain TV show or Movie by going to the Home screen > Streaming Channels > Search and then follow on Roku – this will alert you as to when this will be available or where it is currently available.

Romantic Holiday Tales

I will admit I am a sucker for a sweet, funny holiday romance movie. Although, sometimes they can be a bit cheesy, they are uplifting and instill the feeling of magic through the holiday season. There are many ways to watch films like these. The Hallmark Channel plays these types of movies 24 hours a day beginning in late November, you can watch with a cable subscription or you can subscribe to the streaming channel for a few dollars a month and stream all year long. Netflix (subscription required) also amps up their holiday movie selection making it easy to find holiday favorites and even gives you recommendations based on what you have previously watched. I may or may not have checked off most of these movies from my holiday watching list.

So whatever mood you are in there is a movie out there that will get you in the holiday spirit and finding the perfect Christmas movie is just a few clicks away with TCL Roku TV.