Christmas at Cartwright's Sunday, December 7, 8/7c Starring: Alicia Witt, Wallace Shawn With Christmas approaching, a struggling single mom finds herself working as a department store Santa Claus, as a real-life angel delivers good fortune and the possibility of holiday romance.
As the clock ticks down to Harold's deadline, Corrine must decide if she will open up to Christmas love.
A Royal Christmas Starring: Lacey Chabert, Jane Seymour, Stephen Hagan, Katherine Flynn A young working girl with a blue-collar background is surprised when her new fiancé announces he is actually a prince of a small sovereign country in Europe.
With both determined to win the prize and the romance, their competitiveness could jeopardize what matters most this Christmas season.
Northpole, the magical city where Santa and his elves live and work is in trouble.
While she meets the locals and even starts a new romance, she has to learn to let the life she planned for give way to a love she never could have imagined, and finds this festive small town is hiding one big holiday secret. Miracle Saturday, December 6, 8/7c Starring: Rob Morrow, Michelle Harrison, Britt Irvin, Sarah-Jane Redmond, Andrew Francis Heavenly angel Harry Mills is sent to Earth on a trial assignment to intervene in the life of a woman who needs help getting her life on track after the death of her father.
With a deadline of Christmas day, he attempts to help her heal in order to embrace a new future, and an unexpected love, just in time to celebrate the miracle of the holiday season.
An aspiring astronomy professor finds unexpected Christmas romance when she meets a charming cowboy during her holiday travel.
As she decides between this new cowboy and her practical boyfriend, she must decide whether it's better to play it safe in love, or let an adventurous cowboy steal her heart.
An updated version released by The Impressions in 1969, reaching No. 51 on Billboard's Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in early 1994 from unsolicited airplay, as a partial Christmas single from the band's album Cheap Seats. 28 on the same Billboard chart in late 1994 and early 1995. Written in 1944 by Frank Loesser and featured in the 1949 film Neptune's Daughter starring Esther Williams.
Later recorded by Doc Severinsen and the Tonight Show Orchestra (1991).
45 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in December 1960. 18 on Billboard's Best-Selling Pop Singles chart in January 1950. Melody is the same as Bobby Vinton's 1964 top 10 pop hit, "My Heart Belongs to Only You". Johnson in 1948, and first recorded by Doye O'Dell that year.