Top Ten Best Black Holiday Movies This Season


During this time of year my television is LOCKED on either Lifetime, BET or Prime Video watching holiday movies! It puts me in such a great mood and it brings me joy! I put together a list of the top best black holiday movies that you can watch! I have most of the trailers as well! Happy Holidays to all of you and I hope you guys stay safe out there! More inside…

A Wesley Christmas Wedding

In this heartwarming story, the Wesley family reunites for a joyous Christmas Wedding. However, they must navigate through the chaos caused by a Momzilla, crazed exes, and new family additions before the betrothed couple can say, “I do.”

Starring: Dorien Wilson, Jasmine Guy, Terrence “TC” Carson, Loren Lott, Terayle Hill, Valerie Pettiford, Judi Johnson, Kiki Haynes, Kevin Savage, Mike Merrill, Aaron Spears, Rolonda Rochelle, Skylar Mitchell, and Red Grant.
Release Date: Nov 2
Where to Watch: BET Plus

Christmas Rescue

A man takes desperate measures to win back the love of his life by abducting her from her holiday-themed wedding.

Starring: Robin Givens, Raven Goodwin, Donny Carrington, Catfish Jean, Mario Van Peebles, Cameron Bailey, and Samantha Neyland Trumbo.
Release Date: Dec 14
Where to Watch: BET Plus

Best. Christmas. Ever

Best. Christmas. Ever. centers on Jackie (Norwood), who every Christmas, without fail, sends a boastful holiday newsletter that makes her old college friend Charlotte (Graham) feel like a lump of coal. When a twist of fate lands Charlotte, her husband Rob (Biggs), and their family on Jackie’s and her husband Valentino’s (Cedeño) snowy doorstep just days before Christmas, Charlotte seizes the opportunity to prove her old friend’s “perfect” life can’t possibly be that perfect. But in her overzealous attempt to expose Jackie, Charlotte nearly ruins Christmas for both families and must team up with her old friend to put the pieces back together.

Starring: Brandy, Heather Graham, Matt Cedano, Jason Biggs, Madison Skye Validum, and Abby Villasmil
Release Date: Nov 16
Where to Watch: Netflix

Dashing Through The Snow

Set in Atlanta, Dashing Through The Snow follows a divorced social worker for the Atlanta police department who is Grinch-y about Christmas due to a painful childhood memory. When sent on a call while spending Christmas Eve with his daughter, he inadvertently evokes the wrath of a local politician but meets a man who helps him understand the joy and magic of Christmas.

Starring: Lil Rel Howery, Ludacris, Teyonah Parris, Oscar Nunez, Gina Brillon, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Ravi Patel, Marcus Lewis and Madison Skye Validum
Release Date: Nov 17
Where to Watch: Disney+

So Fly Christmas

After being stood up at the altar on Christmas Eve, Wyvetta experiences heartbreak. Her best friend, Dione, suggests they both give up on love. However, complications arise when Dione falls for a mild-mannered record store owner and tries to keep it a secret.

Starring: Tichina Arnold, Tami Roman, Robert Christopher Riley, Laurissa Romain, Jackee Harry, Tommy Davidson, and Michael Colyar.
Release Date: Nov 23
Where to Watch: BET Plus

A Royal Christmas Surprise

Riley plans the perfect Christmas for her soon-to-be husband, Mandla. However, unexpected surprises from Mandla threaten to disrupt her plans.

Starring: Jennifer Freeman, Thapelo Mokoena, Abena Ayivor, Sello Maake Ka-Bcube, Trisha Mann-Grant, Tony Grant, Andi Anderson, and Andrae Bicy in the cast.
Release Date: Nov 30
Where to Watch: BET Plus

Candy Cane Lane

“Candy Cane Lane” tells the story of Chris (Eddie Murphy), a determined individual on a mission to win his neighborhood’s annual Christmas home decoration contest. However, his quest takes an unexpected turn when he unwittingly makes a deal with a mischievous elf named Pepper (Jillian Bell). Pepper casts a magical spell that brings the 12 Days of Christmas to life, resulting in delightful chaos engulfing the entire town.

To rescue Christmas and prevent a holiday disaster, Chris, alongside his wife Carol (portrayed by Tracee Ellis Ross) and their three children, embarks on a race against time to break Pepper’s enchanting spell. Along the way, they encounter an array of deviously magical characters, all while striving to restore peace and joy to their community.

Starring: Eddie Murphy, Tracee Ellis Ross, Jillian Bell, Ken Marino, Nick Offerman, Robin Thede, Chris Redd, D.C. Young Fly, Anjelah Johnson-Reyes, Danielle Pinnock, Thaddeus J. Mixson, Genneya Walton, Madison Thomas, Riki Lindhome, Lombardo Boyar, and Timothy Simons
Release Date: Dec 1
Where to Watch: Prime Video

Christmas of Yes

Amy Bell, known for her habit of turning down social invitations and dates, is forced out of her comfort zone when her job is eliminated. Her brother challenges her to say “yes” to everything during the holiday season.
Starring: Michele Weaver and Jeff Pierre
Release Date: Dec 9, 9 PM ET
Where to Watch: OWN

Yes, Chef! Christmas

Alicia Gellar (Mowry) is a culinary school instructor who has put both her true career aspirations and personal life on the back burner. But this holiday season, fate is on her side. She is invited to compete in the city’s annual Kringle Cook-Off and learns a family secret that could change everything and be the big break she needs to become a respected chef like her former boss Bobby (Valastro). There to mentor her through the competition is the fiery chef and Kringle protégé, Logan (Humphrey), whom Alicia builds a real connection with, despite their rocky start. But can Alicia win the cook-off and prove to herself that she is the capable head chef that Logan believes her to be? And will she be accepted by the Kringles if she shares the truth with them? She will have to put it all on the line to find out.

Cast: Tia Mowry, Buddy Valastro, and Luke Humphrey
Premiere Date: Dec 10 at 8 PM
Where to Watch:

The Holiday Proposal Plan

Travel columnist Sonny Kravitz (Ali) and her ex-boyfriend Kip (Kove) are forced to team up to help their best friends Bree (Able) and Jarod (Gopradi) get engaged. To set the backdrop, the four return to Sonny’s parents’ snowy chalet and set up 12 holiday traditions that are celebrated around the world to nudge Jarod to ask Bree to be his wife. But it seems that the proposal plan doesn’t just reignite the love between the engaged couple. Will Sonny and Kip rekindle what they once had?

Premiere Date: Dec 16 at 8 p.m.
Cast: Tatyana Ali, Jesse Kove, Geovanni Gopradi and Whitney Able
Where to Watch: Lifetime


Whatever It Takes

As Thanksgiving weekend ushers in the holiday season, five women navigate careers, life, and the complexities of friendship. Bonding over the imperfections in their love lives, the holidays bring both wishes and losses.

Starring:  Tami Roman, Kandi Burruss, Brely Evans, AJ Johnson, Rayan Lawrence, Kendrick Cross, Stevie Baggs Jr, and Zuri James.
Release Date: Dec 21st
Where to Watch: BET Plus


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