Here's The Hallmark Holiday Movie You Should Watch If You're A Capricorn

The festive season is finally upon us and, thanks to the Hallmark Channel and their seemingly never-ending supply of Christmas content, there's a movie to suit every Scrooge and Mariah Carey alike. In an attempt to be more inclusive, the self-described "heart of Christmas" expanded their slate in 2020 to include more LGBTQ+ storylines, as Oprah Daily reported at the time. In particular, "Mean Girls" star Jonathan Bennett headed up "The Christmas House," a treacly gay love story perfect for the festive season. 

Elsewhere, Hallmark regulars such as Bennett's fellow "Mean Girls" alum, Lacey Chabert, "Full House" legend Candace Cameron Bure, and "Sister Sister" star Tamera Mowry-Housley were poised to endure all kinds of Christmas-based shenanigans while finding love and the perfect job before the holidays are over. With so much content on offer, it can be tough to know where to start. For Capricorns looking to see themselves reflected in a Hallmark holiday movie, fear not, because the ideal film is streaming now.

These battling news anchors will speak to Capricorns

According to Screen Rant, Capricorns eager to find some camaraderie with the protagonist of a Hallmark holiday movie should look no further than "Good Morning Christmas." The movie follows rival news anchors played by "Days of Our Lives" star Alison Sweeney and Marc Blucas, of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" fame, who are unwillingly relegated to a small-town together over the festive period. By being forced to spend quality time together, while also compromising to get the job done, they might just find true love in the most unlikely place. 

"Good Morning Christmas" should speak to Capricorns, who are generally the most self-controlled of all the Zodiac signs. Independent, serious, and determined to do whatever it takes to succeed both personally and professionally, they're also often unwilling to sacrifice their independence for the sake of others. Watching battling morning hosts gradually warming to each other after breaking down each other's walls will likely make them feel seen in a major way. 

Sweeney and Blucas have already nailed down their onscreen chemistry too, having previously appeared together in 2016's "The Irresistible Blueberry Farm," on Hallmark Movies and Mysteries, per Parade. In fact, in an interview promoting that film's release, via Facebook, Blucas confirmed the two instantly connected, arguing, "People that like and respect each other translates onscreen." Clearly, playing rivals in love and work alike came pretty easily to them.