the essential Several television channels will broadcast Christmas TV movies, sometimes daily, from this Monday, November 1st. It has become a ritual in recent years, especially on TF1 and M6.
From this Monday, November 1, it is the general interest channels which program Christmas TV films on weekdays in the afternoon. TF1 has scheduled “Christmas at the enchanted manor” and “Christmas at the palace” for the afternoon.
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M6 will begin its Christmas series on Tuesday November 2 in the early afternoon with “Christmas at the Royal Palace”. The channel promises dozens of TV movies, each richer in emotion than the next.
All week long, TV movies will follow one another on the two channels: “A romantic Christmas”, “Royal mission for Christmas”, “Christmas under a starry sky,” Christmas, love and chance “,” Christmas with my daughter “or” The beautiful stranger of Christmas “.
And don’t worry if you miss some: “Christmas in Paris”, broadcast on Saturday 23 October on W9 will be rebroadcast two weeks later, Saturday November 6 on the same channel! However, American productions have been numerous for all these years. To be sure you don’t miss any, the Program-TV-Noël website even lists the days and times of broadcast.
Christmas atmosphere, two months before
Whether you love Christmas TV movies – you love the vibe, the outfits, the storylines – or hate them – you might find them cucul, nunuche or gnagnan – they attract viewers if not the channels don’t. would not devote whole afternoons to it. As M6 explains in a press release, “a cozy couch, hot chocolate and a plaid, what more could you ask for for an enchanting session? and dream with our Christmas TV movies “.
Even Netflix succumbs to the magic of Christmas. The platform programmed in November “The Claus family 2”, “How to spoil Christmas”, “A Christmas in California”, “A castle for Christmas” or “At the antipodes of Christmas”.