Fireplace Channels on Streaming Services (A-Z List)

   Now, you can enjoy soothing fireplace scenes on all your streaming devices. It doesn’t matter which service you use – you’ll find a selection of cozy fireplaces to keep you warm and snug throughout the winter. If you’re in the mood for a cozy fireplace to enjoy this winter, you’re in luck! We’ve compiled a list of fireplace channels on popular streaming services like Direct TV, Spectrum, Dish, Xfinity, and U-Verse.

Whether you prefer the classic sound of crackling logs or a more modern take, we have options. So, make yourself a cup of hot chocolate and settle in front of your preferred streaming service’s fireplace channel for a warm and inviting experience. You can switch between various crackling fireplaces or watch one you like for as long as you want.

“New Fireplace Feature on Amazon Prime Streaming Service”

Amazon Prime has exciting news – they’re introducing a new feature to their streaming service: the option to watch live fireplace scenes.

Whether snuggled up on the couch with a blanket or relaxing in bed, watching the flames flicker on the screen is bound to bring a warm and comforting feeling.

You’ll have a variety of fireplace scenes to pick from, so you can find the one that matches your mood perfectly. Whether you prefer a snug log fire or a lively and cheerful blaze, there’s a choice for everyone!

If you want to feel more festive for the holidays, try Amazon Prime’s new live fireplace feature!

Bell Satellite TV

You can find a fireplace program on channel 285 if you have a Bell Satellite TV. There’s also another program called The Yuletide Fireplace on channel 1060.

Comcast

If you’re using Comcast, you have a lot of fireplace options! They offer 26 different types of fireplace scenes for the holidays. These include a regular log fire, winter scenes, Santa Radar, and even a Yule Dog. You can find the Yule Log program in the Top Picks section or under Yule Log & More HD. You can choose to watch with crackling logs or with no sound. You can also control the video – pause, stop, fast-forward, or rewind.

Here’s how to find the Yule Log show on Comcast:

1. Go to On-Demand.

2. Look for the Holiday Moviethon folder on your screen.

3. Select a Yule Log.

4. you can find 26 more variations if you want more options.

Sometimes, you might also stumble upon the Yule Log on Channels 857 and 507 with Comcast.

As an extra holiday treat, Comcast also offers Christmas-themed screensavers!

Of course! Here’s a simplified version of the information:

DirecTV

You can watch the Yule log on DirecTV, but there are two ways to do it:

1. **Pay-Per-View:** You can access the Yule log on channel 165 by paying a one-time fee of $99 and an option to pay $7 per month.

2. **On-Demand:** You can watch it on-demand through the DirecTV app or website, but you need to subscribe to one of their premium channels like HBO or Starz.

Dish Network

On Dish Network, you can enjoy the DISH Holiday Fireplace on channel 456, typically used for pay-per-view sports. There’s also a high-definition version on channel 455. This program features a cozy fireplace surrounded by holiday decorations and plays Christmas music.

Disney

With Disney+, you can watch all your favorite Disney movies and shows from home. Whether on the couch or in bed, you can access Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and more. To find the fireplace video, search “Frozen” or “Fireplace.”

Hulu

Hulu now offers a selection of fireplace scenes you can watch whenever you want. Whether you’re looking for a cozy evening by the fire or want to add warmth to your living room, you can find these scenes by searching “How to Train Your Dragon” or “Fireplace.”

Enjoy Cozy Fires on Netflix

Just like YouTube, Netflix offers a variety of fireplace videos. They even have yule logs with sound effects to set the perfect mood. Look for these in the “specials” section. Opt for high-definition for the most lifelike experience.

Finding Cozy Fireplace Videos for the Holidays

If you’re in search of a warm and cozy fireplace video to set the holiday mood, here’s where you can find them:

PIX11.com – Keeping the Tradition Alive

PIX11.com, the website of WPIX, continues the tradition of making the original Yule Log broadcast available on their site every Christmas.

Rogers Cable TV – Fireplace Channels

Rogers Cable TV offers “The Fireplace” on channel 285302. You’ll also find a program called “The Yuletide Fireplace” on channel 1060.

Shaw – Fireplace Channels Galore

There’s a fireplace channel on 165 for basic definition and 222 for a high purpose for Shaw customers. Shaw Direct users can tune in to 299 for standard definition or 955 for increased definition. On December 24th and 25th, Shaw treats its customers to a complimentary 48-hour fireplace program on channel 10.

Spectrum – Your One-Stop Fireplace Channel

Spectrum is a top provider of fireplace channels with a range of streaming services. You can find a Yule log on the Ambient Channel of Spectrum TV, accessible by going to TV Shows and selecting View All. This channel features holiday photos and videos with Christmas music. Like other cable providers, you can enjoy the Yule log on-demand on channel 1000.

**U-Verse – Yule Log on Demand**

U-Verse by AT&T used to feature a Yule log program on channel 400, but now it’s available on-demand on channel 1000. If you need help locating it, contact customer support for assistance.

**Verizon FiOS TV – Enjoy a Virtual Fireplace**

Verizon’s streaming service, FiOS TV, lets you stream various channels on your computer or TV. You can savor the ambiance of a traditional fireplace without any hassle. Plus, with Verizon’s “Anywhere” feature, you can watch your favorite shows and movies while on the go.

**WPIX – Where the Tradition Began**

WPIX, the station that initiated the Yule Log tradition in New York City in 1966, still broadcasts the original Yule Log recording on channel 11 via satellite. Though the video quality may be lower than newer versions, it’s a nostalgic choice.

**Xfinity – Cheerful Fireplace Video**

Xfinity offers a cheerful fireplace video on their web portal, accessible through a smart TV or another connected device online. Visit the Xfinity website or app to enjoy this video.

**YouTube – Year-Round Fireplace Videos**

YouTube hosts a wide selection of fireplace and yule log videos all year. These videos come in various sizes and resolutions, some with Christmas music and others without. Be cautious, as some YouTube channels include ads before and during their videos.

**The Yule Log Tradition**

The Yule Log tradition has its roots in 16th-century Germany when a large wooden block was set ablaze and burned for 12 days. Today, you can enjoy the Yule Log on your TV or computer throughout the year. Most streaming services offer a dedicated Yule Log channel, and we’ve listed some of them below.

**Channels with Yule Log Background**

– **Netflix**: “The Yule Log” (available from December 25th to January 1st)

– **Hulu**: “The Hearth” (available from December 25th to January 1st)

– **YouTube**: Various channels with fireplace videos

– **Amazon Prime Video**: “Christmas Lodge,” “Fireside with Dean Koontz,” and “The Fireplace For Your Home” in their selection of fireplace channels

– **Google Play**: “Christmas Tree Fireplace” and other fireplace channels

– **Apple TV**: “Christmas Tree Fireplace” and other fireplace channels

– **Roku**: “Christmas Tree Fireplace” and other fireplace channels

In conclusion, there’s a wealth of traditional and contemporary fireplace channels to choose from, catering to your mood and preferences. Enjoy the cozy atmosphere these channels bring during the holiday season!