Switch over from Hallmark for a bit.

By Perri Ormont Blumberg
October 11, 2019
Courtesy of OWN/Lisa Rose

Deck the halls—and your TV sets.

This November, OWN, The Oprah Winfrey Network, will debut three original holiday movies, perfect for getting into the Christmas spirit. First, on November 15th, One Fine Christmas will air, starring Rick Fox and his daughter Sasha Fox (the first time the two have acted together). The movie will take a look at the families who live on Christmas Street as they overcome drama and family issues to team up for the holidays. On November 22nd, OWN will then premiere Carole's Christmas starring Jackée Harry and Kimberly Elise, which centers on Carole, a stressed businesswoman whose life takes a surprising turn. And on November 29th, Baking Christmas will debut, starring Aloma Wright and Tim Reid, which revolves around siblings fighting to take over the family bakery. All movies will air at 9 p.m. ET.

"We are excited to bring holiday movies to OWN," said Tina Perry, president, OWN, of the news of the original programming, in a press release. "This special time of year is about spending time with the ones you love, and we think our viewers are going to enjoy watching these movies together throughout the season."

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Meanwhile, we think we'll get festive a touch early this year and start by catching up on these Holiday Movies All Southerners Love.

Who's excited to tune into OWN this November?