Best Christmas Shows


Corbin Nale

The Favorite Christmas movies we all like.

Corbin Nale, Staff writer

There are a lot of Christmas shows on TV, so knowing which shows to watch is crucial. Since they only play Christmas shows for 25 days during December, here are the top Christmas shows to watch this season.

National Lampoons Christmas Vacation

National Lampoons Christmas Vacation is a prime example of when the family comes together for Christmas. A great part is when they go sledding and fly down the mountain because they use a metal saucer. It is a good movie and it’s sure to have you laughing.

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

A classic Christmas movie is Rudolph, the only reindeer with a red nose who gets to be in the front of the sleigh on Christmas Eve. A lesson learned through this movie is that everyone is unique has has there own talents.

The Santa Clause Series

Scott pushes Santa off the roof of his house and tackles him. Scott eventually starts his “Santification” process and becomes Santa.

The Grinch Stole Christmas

The Grinch steals all the presents in Whoville, wanting to take the joy out of Christmas. He gradually gains a heart again when the people of Whoville sing joyfully around the Christmas tree. He then realizes that maybe Christmas isn’t all about the presents.

A Charlie Brown Christmas

The Peanuts are back again in this classic Christmas story. Charlie Brown is down in the dumps and his friends have to get him in the Christmas spirit again.

Shrek the Halls

Donkey, Pheona, and the new kids are excited and ready for Christmas, but Shrek is not. They have to get Shrek into the Christmas spirit.

A Christmas Story

This Christmas classic is when Ralphie wants a BB gun for Christmas and actually gets it. “But don’t shoot your eye out!” is a classic quote from this Christmas movie.


Buddie the Elf leaves the North Pole to search for his family. He finds his dad and takes a job as an Elf in a shopping mall. He falls in love with a girl and saves Christmas because Santa’s sleigh breaks down.

Home Alone

Kevin is always forgotten by his family, and was forgotten when his family goes on a road trip. He stays home and defends his house from crooks until his family comes home again.

Polar Express

A boy gets a ticket for a magical train to the North Pole. They find difficulties along the way. Once there, he finds a bell that fell off a reindeer and gives it to Santa.

Uncle Buck

A great movie with a great meaning. When the Mom and Dad leave town for an emergency, and no one can watch the kids, a unwanted phone number must be called, Uncle Buck. He watches the kids during the time and the oldest kid gains a valuable lesson.