Which New Hallmark Christmas Movie To Watch, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

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Life is unpredictable. Given that stark reality, sometimes it's nice to curl up with something utterly predictable, like a chocolate bar — or a Hallmark Christmas movie.
Broadly speaking, the Hallmark Channel's original holiday films follow the same (totally satisfying) pattern. They're about two attractive, single individuals spontaneously brought together during the Christmas season, which, according to pop culture, is more magical than any other 30-day span. The word Christmas usually factors into the title. They're set in quaint, vaguely impossible villages. Characters have oddly specific jobs. The destination is pre-determined, but the journey is always a delight.
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This year, Hallmark is releasing 22 new holiday movies — including two that riff off Pride and Prejudice, and three that feature former Full House stars (Candace Cameron Bure is in A Shoe Addict's Christmas, Lori Loughlin is in Homegrown Christmas, and Jodie Sweetin stars in Finding Santa). To sift through this abundance, we've recommended the best one for each zodiac sign. If you're really going to commit to a Hallmark holiday season, download the checklist app.
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If you're an Aries, watch:

Christmas at Graceland (November 17)

As an Aries could tell you, life sometimes calls for a bit of boldness. On a business trip to Memphis, Laurel (American Idol's Kelli Pickler) reunites with her old boyfriend, Clay (Wes Brown), and also with her past as a musician. Does Laurel leave corporate America to sing the blues with a stud who loves her? An Aries would say to go for it.
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If you're a Taurus, watch:

A Shoe Addict's Christmas (November 25)

To a Taurus, the idea of being trapped in a department store overnight might not be the worst fate. At least they'd be surrounded by beautiful, lavish objects. After working past her normal hours, Noelle (Hallmark movie queen Candace Cameron Bure) is accidentally locked in the mall. Then, in a Christmas Carol-esque twist, Noelle's guardian angel whisks her through her Christmases past, present, and future. Will they involve shoes? We'll find out November 25.
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If you're a Gemini, watch:

Christmas Everlasting (November 24)

For the Geminis in the room, we present a movie about sibling ties. Lucy Toomey (Tatyana Ali) is close to her older sister, Alice, who has special needs. Then, Alice tragically passes away. Lucy leaves her high-stress corporate lawyer job and travels home to Nilson's Bay, WI for the funeral, and to handle her sister's belongings. The twist? If she's going to keep the family home, she must live there for 30 days.
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If you're a Cancer, watch:

A Gingerbread Romance (December 16)

If you're a Cancer, chances are you have spent more than a couple afternoons baking cookies. Well, here's a whole movie about baking cookies — super elaborate cookie structures, to be precise. Taylor (Tia Mowry-Hardrict) is an architect who enters a life-sized gingerbread house contest. She teams up with Taylor (Duane Henry), a local baker. But when their creative vision doesn't match up, well, you can guess what happens next.
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If you're a Leo, watch:

Mingle All the Way (December 1)

Leos are the expert minglers of the zodiac. They probably wouldn't need the app depicted in this Hallmark movie, which is designed to pair professionals together as dates for events. Still, they'll enjoy an entire movie hinged around social niceties. To prove her new app works, founder Molly (Jen Lilley) matches with Jeff (Brant Daugherty). Unfortunately, they don't get along at all. In romance world, you know what that means: They're made for each other!
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If you're a Virgo, watch...

Christmas At Pemberley Manor (November 10)

To be honest, I would trust any of my Virgo friends to plan my wedding. Virgos are organized and — I'll give it to them – have good taste. In Christmas At Pemberley Manor, one of Hallmark's two movies to riff of Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennett (Jessica Lowndes) is an event planner tasked with organizing a holiday festival in a quaint town. There, she collides with William Darcy (Michael Rady), a man who has billions of dollars but no holiday spirit. Virgos will identify with the task of literally organizing an entire village into shape.
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If you're a Libra, watch:

Christmas at the Palace (November 22)

Libras like to be liked. Generally, Katie (Merritt Patterson), a former professional ice skater, is well liked. She's hired by the king of a small country, San Senova, to train his daughter for an upcoming performance. When the king and Katie start falling in love, she has to face the reality that his people may never accept an American interloper as their queen. Can Katie live with being a harmony-disruptor?
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If you're a Scorpio, watch:

Homegrown Christmas (December 8)

Truthfully, Hallmark movies probably aren't racy enough for most Scorpios. So, we've chosen the most intense connection, and that's the one found in Homegrown Christmas. Maddie (Lori Loughlin) and Carter (Victor Webster) dated in high school then spent most of their adulthood apart. They meet again with decades' worth of percolating desire — and accumulated differences.
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If you're a Sagittarius, watch:

Road to Christmas (November 4)

Have you ever met a Sagittarius not down for a spontaneous trip? I didn't think so. Reality TV producer Maggie Baker (Jessy Schram) is planning the best Christmas special yet – but to pull it off, she'll have to travel across the country with Danny (Chad Michael Murray), her boss's son.
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If you're a Capricorn, watch:

It's Christmas, Eve (November 10)

Eve (LeAnn Rhimes) is so busy being a school superintendent that she almost forgets it's Christmas. While planning the budget, Eve fears she'll have to slash the music and arts programs — a Grinchly move indeed. Luckily, she's determined to figure out a solution so she can keep the handsome music teacher Liam (Tyler Hynes) around. Capricorns are bosses, and this is a Hallmark movie about a boss.
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If you're an Aquarius, watch:

Christmas in Love (November 11)

Aquariuses are all about progress, and so is Nick Carlingson (Daniel Lissing), a CEO who hopes to modernize his bakery. Ellie (Brooke D'Orsay) is skeptical of his plan, because it'll mean laying off workers. People, not machines, make a company. Ellie and Nick may have differing ideas about how to structure a business, but they do get along in other ways.
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If you're a Pisces, watch:

Pride, Prejudice, and Mistletoe (November 28)

As natural romantics, Pisces are likely drawn to all the movies on this round-up. But the fact that Pride, Prejudice, and Mistletoe is modeled off two novels – Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and Melissa de la Cruz's novel of the same name — give this this Hallmark movie an extra sheen of romance. Darcy Fitzwilliam (Lacey Chabert) is a successful entrepreneur who lives on her own terms, and definitely doesn't want to team up with her old rival, Luke (Brendan Penny), to run a charity event.
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