Everyone has their favorite classic Christmas movies that they turn to year after year, but sometimes you need something new — and if you’re looking for new Christmas movies in 2022, streaming services have you covered more than ever before.
Hallmark has a new holiday hub on Peacock, Lindsay Lohan is singing ‘Jingle Bell Rock’ again in “Falling for Christmas,” Food Network stars Bobby Flay and Duff Goldman pop up in new Discovery+ originals; even Will Ferrell is back in the Christmas biz nearly 20 years after “Elf,” co-starring alongside Ryan Reynolds in the AppleTV+ Christmas musical “Spirited.”
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For the past couple of decades, the rom-com has been sorely missing one crucial element: the genre’s golden child. Indeed, 1990s favorite comedic leading lady, Lindsay Lohan, hasn’t appeared in one in almost a decade. So when it was announced that she was officially on board for Janeen Damian’s feature directorial debut, Netflix’s newest holiday jaunt Falling for Christmas, fans young and old naturally erupted with excitement.
Falling for Christmas stars Lohan as Sierra Belmont, a spoiled, wealthy heiress to a hotel empire. Things are going well in her dazzling world until her vain influencer beau, Tad (George Young), takes her on a snowboarding soirèe and the two get into an accident. Next thing Sierra knows, she is at the bottom of a snowy hill with a big bump on her head and no memory of how she got there, or who she is.
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