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Freeform’s Holiday Movie Countdown Lives On

Victoria Martinez, Reporter

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“It’s the most wonderful time of the year…” With the start of the month of December, Freeform brings their 25 Days of Christmas. It is 25 days filled with Christmas movies aired on television from morning to night.
On Saturday, December 1, Freeform kicked off their event with Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups followed by Home Alone 3 and more classics. The next day, Life Size and The Nightmare Before Christmas were shown along with Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Monday, December 3, the countdown started with Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas, Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too, and The Little Drummer Boy, ending the night with The Family Stone. The week continued showing Christmas classics and also other family movies, such as, the Toy Story movies.
“I think that watching Christmas movies helps put people in the Christmas spirit and brings joy and excitement to the season,” said junior Hayley Ratliff.
The following week, December 9 to 15, featured movies like Santa Clause 1, 2, and 3. Freeform showed Disney’s Fairytale Weddings: Holiday Magic on Tuesday, December 10. The week also brought the showings of Disney Pixar’s Finding Nemo and Cars 1, 2, and 3. Wrapping up the week was Life Size: Christmas Eve.
The week of December 16 to 22, Freeform continued showing many Christmas classics along with other classic family movies and some new movies. Movies will continue to be shown on Christmas Day concluding their countdown. The schedule to Freeform’s 25 Days of Christmas can be found on their website at freeform.com.

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Victoria Martinez, Reporter

Victoria Martinez is a senior at Griffith High School. This is her 7th semester on staff. She enjoys being on staff because she enjoys bonding with her...

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Freeform’s Holiday Movie Countdown Lives On