Didn’t get enough Christmas this year? Want more? Don’t worry, you can watch Christmas specials from past years on demand! Below are just some of the links to some of our personal Christmas favorites.

We hope that you enjoy all of our 2016 Christmas specials and look forward to bringing you many more. Make sure that you share these links with all your friends and family on social media.

 

Silent Night (2012)

Learn the inspiring story behind the creation of the popular Christmas carol Silent Night—discover how Joseph Mohr, as new assistant priest, went against his superior to organize a church choir full of outcasts that performed in German instead of Latin.

Handel’s Messiah (2014)

In this BYUtv original production, take a look at Handel's life leading up to his debut of the Messiah. See performances of the Messiah, and travel to some of the locations where Handel once lived.

Joan of Arc (2015)

Could a nineteen-year-old girl change the course of history simply by faith? From ordinary farm girl to extraordinary hero, the life of Joan of Arc was one of conviction and courage. Fifteenth-century France was devastated by an ongoing war in which women did not fight. Yet Joan heeded the counsel of angels and transformed into a military leader, something her country needed but many feared. In this BYUtv original special, discover the stalwart spirit, military prowess, and enduring influence of Joan of Arc.

Christmas Under the Stars: GENTRI and Lexi Mae Walker (2015)

Join cinematic pop trio GENTRI and America's Got Talent alum Lexi Mae Walker for unforgettable performances of Christmas favorites.

12 Bands of Christmas (2015)

Discover the power of music as twelve local bands, including Fictionist, The National Parks, and Mindy Gledhill, perform Christmas songs old and new.

Winter Thaw (2016)

In late nineteenth-century Russia, Martin Avdeitch is a humble shoemaker whose life has been characterized by grief. Martin must find the courage to look outside himself and trust in the goodness of God. This BYUtv original holiday special is based on Leo Tolstoy's short story, "Martin the Cobbler," and stars John Rhys-Davies.

Christmas Under the Stars: Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith with Jordan Smith (2016)

Witness an enchanting musical celebration of Christmas, featuring the vocal talents of Grammy Award winners Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith, as well as The Voice winner Jordan Smith.

Christmas Under the Stars: BYU Vocal Point (2016)

Celebrate the music of Christmas with Vocal Point, BYU's masterful a capella group. This spectacular live performance also features special guests Peter Hollens, Madilyn Paige, Ryan Innes, and Stuart Edge.

For more information about this year's Christmas specials click here.

 

Studio C Christmas Specials

Season 7: The kids make ornaments to hang on the tree, the family sits around the dinner table to share their favorite holiday traditions, and Kyle finally grows up, but not without some lingering problems.

Season 6: It's a Very Merry Studio C Christmas Special! A department store decorates for Christmas a bit early, a brother and sister see the power of the Elf on the Shelf, and Mr. Ecklestone's student drivers take him on a snowy ride.

Season 5: It's Christmas time at Studio C, and Santa gives Mrs. Claus his best present yet. The elves start to unionize for a fair working environment, and Stephen gets a peek at what life would look like if he were never born. Merry Christmas everyone!

Season 3: Santa learns new ways to show his love at Christmas, Kyle's mom takes him to the mall to visit Santa, and Christmas is not complete without toys coming to life.

 

From all of us here at BYUtv, have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.