It’s Christmas Eve, which means it’s time to squeeze in those last couple of holiday movies or stream a Christmas tradition. If you haven’t been spending the past month watching The Christmas Chronicles 2 or binging Dash & Lily, now’s your chance to catch up — or, you could just watch a Christmas classic like A Christmas Story if the new stuff isn’t your speed.
A Christmas Story, which first premiered in 1983, has gone on to become a holiday favorite over the years, thanks in part to the 24-hour annual marathons. We’ve all grown to know and love Ralphie Parker (Peter Billingsley) and his holiday shenanigans, and A Christmas Story regularly tops the lists of all-time favorite Christmas movies.
If you’re looking to watch this holiday favorite, you’ve probably got a couple of questions first. If you’re wondering how to watch A Christmas Story, where can I watch A Christmas Story, and most importantly, can I watch A Christmas Story for free, we’ve got answers. Here’s everything you need to know.
WHERE TO WATCH A CHRISTMAS STORY:
HOW TO WATCH A CHRISTMAS STORY:
To watch this holiday classic, you’ll need to catch it on TV or log in to TNT or TBS with a valid cable login. TBS will begin airing A Christmas Story at 8/7c tonight and will continue to show it for the next 24 hours, while TNT will begin their 24-hour marathon at 9/8c. You can also watch the movie by renting or purchasing it online. Right now, A Christmas Story is available to rent for $3.99 or buy and watch as many times as you’d like for $9.99. You can also stream A Christmas Story on Hulu + Live TV or Sling if you have an active subscription.
CAN I WATCH A CHRISTMAS STORY FOR FREE?
Unfortunately, you won’t find 1983’s A Christmas Story for free right now. But if you’re looking for more holiday streaming ideas, check out our roundup of 12 Best Christmas Movies of All Time — a couple of them, including 1951’s A Christmas Carol, are free to watch or included in subscriptions to Prime Video, Hulu and more.
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