Listen, we know it's still October. We know we haven't even celebrated Halloween yet. We know that there's still Thanksgiving to get through next month. WE KNOW ALL OF THAT. But here's the thing: we do not care. We don't care! Our hearts have been celebrating Christmas for weeks, and we're just not going to hide it anymore. It lives in us all year long, and at this point in the year, we just can't fight it anymore. Gifts are being purchased. Decorations are being amassed and mentally placed around the house. We're not the only ones who Google all the different Christmas tree farms that will be open near us, right? Right? And of course, we have the music.
Glorious, cheerful holiday music. Of course, we all have our seasonal favorites, and maybe we even have a playlist or two (or five, don't judge us). However, if you're looking for nonstop Christmas music, then we have some good news! Hallmark Channel and SiriusXM are teaming up to bring us a station that will play Christmas music 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. So merry!
We already rely on the Hallmark Channel to fulfill our very extensive Christmas movie needs. They have our backs with Christmas in July, and then of course, their Countdown to Christmas starts October 26. Now they're feeding our Christmas habit in a new way, with their Christmas music channel on SiriusXM. Hallmark Channel Radio will launch on November 1, on channel 70. It will be playing new and classic Christmas hits, and GET THIS: the program will be hosted by none other than the Queen of the Christmas movie herself, Candace Cameron Bure!
Candace will also be hosting an array of guests like Kellie Pickler, Holly Robinson Peete, and Lacey Chabert. There's just nothing better than a bunch of Christmas movie stars getting together to dish on Christmas.
The Hallmark Christmas Channel launches on November 1. You can listen through the SiriusXM app or on the website, or stream the channel in your car if you've got satellite radio. In just a few days, we're going to be officially in full-on Christmas mode, thanks to what will surely become our favorite radio station of all time.