Grab your coziest blanket and most Christmas-y candle: Hallmark has its own streaming service where you can binge all the so-bad-they’re-good holiday movies you want. Hallmark Movies Now is $5.99 a month, but you can get a 7-day free trial.

Stream beloved holiday classics like “A Puppy for Christmas,” “The Rooftop Christmas Tree” and 2012’s “It’s Christmas, Carol!” featuring a dearly missed Carrie Fisher. Watch someone fall in love, save an old family business or learn a very important life lesson (or all of the above) just in time for Christmas.

You won’t be able to find all of Hallmark’s new releases on Hallmark Movies Now, but you can watch live using its app Hallmark Channel Everywhere if you log into your cable provider. The channel is premiering a whopping 37 brand new movies for the holiday season, which have been underway since before Halloween.

If you don’t want to add yet another streaming service to your list, but still want a dose of cheesy Christmas spirit, Netflix has entered the market with “A Christmas Prince,” “Christmas Inheritance,” “The Holiday Calendar,” “The Princess Switch” and more.