The one thing you can control in an ungovernable year: when you put your Christmas lights up. People who have had enough of 2020 are getting twinkly, and playing Mariah, right now.
The latest cheesy low-budget Christmas film from the streaming giant sees Vanessa Hudgens play three characters. It does not bring Christmas cheer.
Days after the news that she partially funded the COVID vaccine, Netflix debuts Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square, a cornucopia of schmaltz to inoculate against holiday dread.
Maybe you didn’t expect Kristen Stewart’s groundbreaking holiday romance to be so much about gay shame and closeting. That may be a bummer, but there’s still much to celebrate.
The new movie “Fatman” is a dark spin on Santa Claus, featuring renowned anti-Semite Mel Gibson as an unhinged Santa.
Host Trevor Noah and correspondent Jaboukie Young-White couldn’t contain their laughter as they broke down the audio of the first lady ripping into the White House Christmas.
When describing her feelings on questions about the Trump administration’s immigrant family separation policy, the first lady added, “Give me a f--king break.”