A Christmas channel will soon come to television and it promises to only air Christmas movies all day long.
Even though it is September and hot air is blowing outside, some people are already getting ready for one of the most anticipated holidays of the year.
As reported by The Sun, True Christmas will be a channel for those who can't get enough of those jolly and adorable Christmas flicks that have entertained us all in the past.
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Christmas is a special season and it always comes around with plenty of magic moments, not only for children but also for adults.
It can be a very stressful time of the year too, particularly when it comes to gifts that force people to fight their way through a packed mall with other unfortunate souls who have to buy something at the last minute.
There's also the cooking, the decoration and the endless list of chores to make sure that everything is perfect before relatives arrive.
WHAT FILMS CAN BE EXPECTED TO AIR?
It is not uncommon for a family to gather around the TV to watch a Christmas movie on Christmas Eve, but it is uncommon to do so in the middle of the summer.
True Christmas is the perfect channel for those people who just crave a good holiday movie, as it will air films such as "Beverly Hills Christmas," "Home Alone," "All I Want For Christmas" and "Miracle on 34th Street."
WHERE WILL IT AIR?
If any parent wishes to entertain their children or get them away from the video games that they play non-stop, this is the perfect way to get some Christmas spirit into them.
For now, True Christmas is only expected to start airing in the United Kingdom on September 27, 2018, and it is yet unknown if it will make an appearance in another country's TV grid.
This year's Christmas will be quite special for Harry Potter fans, as three brand new books are set to be released by the end of October: "Harry Potter: Creatures: A Paper Scene Book," "Harry Potter: A Pop-Up Guide to Hogwarts" and "Harry Potter: Imagining Hogwarts: A Beginner's Guide to Moviemaking."