As you might have guessed, THE CHRISTMAS COUCH will be a series of special episodes of The Couch Podcast devoted to holiday movies. My friend Anna and I believe there’s nothing better than snuggling on the couch with a comfy blanket and hot beverage of choice and watching a cozy Christmas movie on one of the many channels cranking them out every year.

But how to choose which ones to watch? There are so many! 

That’s where Anna and I come in. Each week during the holiday season, we’re going to pick our favorite new movies from the weekend before and then make sure you know when they’re playing again in case they aren’t all saved on your DVR. (And some weeks, LIKE THIS ONE, we’ll tell you which movie should be avoided at all costs.)

We’re here to guide you through this holiday movie season, one snowball fight and tree lighting at a time. Grab your hot cocoa and let’s get started!

NO CABLE? NO PROBLEM!

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Welcome to The Christmas Couch!

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