CBS joins the holiday movie extravaganza with three new original films.
CBS is getting back into the fray of holiday movies with three new original films this season as well as a star-studded one-hour animated special. After a nine-year hiatus, CBS launched two original Christmas movies last year with Christmas Takes Flight with Scandal's Katie Lowes and A Christmas Proposal with All Rise's Jessica Camacho.
This year, CBS will air three new original films in December, several with stars from the network's popular shows. The Talk's Amanda Kloots executive produces and stars in Fit for Christmas while The Equalizer's Liza Lapira headlines Must Love Christmas for the network. Reindeer in Here, an original animated special will premiere in November and features the voices of Candace Cameron Bure, Jim Gaffigan, Donald Faison and Henry Winkler.
CBS Christmas Movies 2022
Fit for Christmas
Premieres Sunday, Dec. 4 at 8:30 p.m. ET on CBS
Starring Paul Greene, Amanda Kloots
Audrey (Kloots) is a Christmas-obsessed fitness instructor at a beloved community center in quaint Mistletoe, Montana. The center is struggling to stay afloat. Things get complicated after Audrey starts up a romance with Griffin (Greene), a charming, mysterious businessman. Griffin is in Mistletoe to take over the center and transform it into a profitable resort property.
Must Love Christmas
Premieres Sunday, Dec. 11 at 9 p.m. ET on CBS
Starring Liza Lapira, Neal Bledsoe
The Equalizer's Liza Lapira stars as a romance novelist famous for her Christmas-themed books who finds herself snowbound in the charming town of Cranberry Falls, where she unexpectedly becomes involved in a love triangle between her childhood crush and a reporter determined to interview her to save his dying magazine.
Fun fact: Bledsoe will star in another Christmas film this season. Christmas at the Drive-In with Danica McKellar and Bledsoe will premiere Nov. 25 at 8 p.m. ET on Great American Family.
When Christmas Was Young
Premieres Sunday, Dec. 18 at 8:30 p.m. ET on CBS
Starring Karen David, Tyler Hilton
Luke (Hilton), a headstrong music manager in desperate need of a hit song for his last remaining client, when he finds himself falling for Melody (David), a gifted singer-songwriter with abandoned dreams of making it big.
Sheryl Crow executive produced and wrote the title song.
Reindeer in Here
Premieres Tuesday, Nov. 29 at 8:00 p.m. ET on CBS
Featuring the voice talent of Candace Cameron Bure, Donald Faison, Henry Winkler, Adam Devine
Candace Cameron Bure is having a busy holiday season. Along with her producing and acting duties over at Great American Family, Bure has also voiced a character in a new CBS animated holiday special, Reindeer in Here. Based on the award-winning Christmas book, Reindeer in Here is the heartwarming story of how Blizz (Adam Devine), a young reindeer who has one antler that is significantly smaller than the other, and his unique group of friends band together to save the future of Christmas. In doing so, they unknowingly create a magical holiday tradition like no other.