Netflix, HBO Max and the Hallmark Channel all received nods for championing LGBTQ representation onscreen.
Whether at a Christmas bakeoff or at a historic inn, we promise you these characters discover the magic of the holidays and live happily ever after.
Experts explain the allure of terrible holiday movies from Hallmark, Lifetime and now even Netflix.
"House Hunters and a Hallmark Christmas movie. The only two places where a reindeer groomer is independently wealthy."
The network is launching into its holiday programming more than a week before Halloween.
"The Christmas House" will feature Bennett and Brad Harder as gay dads-to-be. The film is slated for a Nov. 22 release.
Two brides tied the knot in "Wedding Every Weekend," which aired less than a year after the network faced backlash for pulling LGBTQ-inclusive ads.
"Diversity and inclusion is a top priority for us," a spokesperson for the cable network said, days after its announced holiday lineup was met with criticism.
The “We Need a Little Christmas” marathon, which kicks off Friday, features 27 Hallmark holiday films.
The exec's departure came weeks after the company sparked a national outcry for removing a commercial depicting a same-sex wedding.