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Countdown to Tinseltown

How well do you know TV Christmas movies? Take our quiz to find out

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Bake-offs, decorating contests, and overworked advertising executives, oh my!

It’s that time of year again — the days in which you gather your loved ones, don your comfiest clothes, and circle ’round the television for good old-fashioned Christmas fun. Made-for-TV movies have become an all-encompassing phenomenon — the more absurd the better.

Whether you’re tuning in to Lifetime, Hallmark, Freeform, or Netflix, you know what you’re going to get: A workaholic who returns to a small town to re-discover the spirit of Christmas — and, most likely, find love, too. But before you settle in for your binge-a-thon, take our quiz to find out how well you really know this genre.