Tis the season to be jolly! The Hallmark Channel has released their line up for their ‘Countdown to Christmas’ for this holiday season. There will be a total of 22 new movies premiering starting on October 24 and running all the way till December 20, 2020. What better way to start getting your holiday fix in during the year 2020.
Here is what the schedule looks like so far:
Saturday, October 24: Jingle Bell Bride
Starring Julie Gonzalo and Ronnie Rowe Jr.
When Jessica (Gonzalo) travels to a remote town in Alaska to track down a rare flower for her wedding client, she becomes smitten with the small-town charm and one of its locals (Rowe Jr.)
Sunday, October 25: Chateau Christmas
Starring Merritt Patterson and Luke Macfarlane
A world-class pianist (Patterson) returns home for some much-needed R&R, but an old ex (Macfarlane) uses this time to remind her of the ambitious girl she once was.
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Saturday, October 31: Christmas with the Darlings
Starring Katrina Law and Carlo Marks
Right before she moves on from her assistant title, Jessica (Law) helps her boss one last time by caring for his younger brother’s (Marks) orphaned nieces and nephews.
Sunday, November 1: One Royal Holiday,
Starring Laura Osnes, Aaron Tveit, Krystal Joy Brown, Victoria Clark, and Tom McGowan
Anna (Osnes) rescues a mother and son during a blizzard, only to learn that they are actually royalty — part of the Royal Family of Galwick, to be exact. She takes this opportunity to show the young prince (Tveit) how to celebrate Christmas in a non-royal way.
Saturday, November 7: Never Kiss a Man in a Christmas Sweater
Starring Ashley Williams and Niall Matter
Maggie (Williams) is gearing up for another Christmas on her own … until an unexpected house guest (Matter) shows up at her doorstep
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Sunday, November 8: On the 12th Date of Christmas
Starring Mallory Jansen and Tyler Hynes
Two game designers use everything that the holidays bring — festive cheer, mistletoe moments, and more — to dream up a scavenger hunt throughout the city.
Saturday, November 14: Christmas in Vienna
Starring Sarah Drew and Brennan Elliott
While in Vienna for a violin concert, Jess (Drew) rediscovers what made her fall in love with music in the first place, all thanks to a new flame (Elliott).
Sunday, November 15: A Timeless Christmas
Starring Ryan Paevey and Erin Cahill
Charles (Paevey) travels from 1903 to 2020 to experience a futuristic Christmas, with the help of his charming tour guide (Cahill).
Saturday, November 21: A Nashville Christmas Carol
Starring Jessy Schram, Wes Brown, Wynonna Judd, Sara Evans, RaeLynn, Kix Brooks, and Kimberly Williams-Paisley
Just as Vivienne (Schram) is about to accept a new job across the country, she’s reminded that leaving everything she built isn’t necessarily the best way to move forward. The Spirit of Christmas Past (Brooks) and the Spirit of Christmas Present (Williams-Paisley) show her just that.
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Sunday, November 22: The Christmas House
Starring Robert Buckley, Jonathan Bennett, Ana Ayora, Treat Williams, Sharon Lawrence, and Brad Harder
Phylis (Lawrence) and Bill (Williams) hope that having their two sons at home over the holidays will help them find a way to grow stronger as a family. While there, both sons reveal that they are also struggling with problems of their own.
Tuesday, November 24: A Christmas Tree Grows in Brooklyn
Starring Rochelle Aytes and Mark Taylor
Firefighter Kevin (Taylor) is the only thing standing in Erin’s way of planning the best Christmas celebration ever. That means, it’s up to her to win him over to get a celebration-worthy spruce tree from his property.
Wednesday, November 25: A Bright and Merry Christmas
Starring Alison Sweeney and Marc Blucas
When two TV hosts are forced to cozy up to the competition over the holidays, they learn that they have more in common than they thought.
Thursday, November 26: Five Star Christmas
Starring Bethany Joy Lenz and Victor Webster
Lisa (Lenz) is determined to secure a five-star rating for her dad’s bed & breakfast. But when she meets (and falls in love with) a mysterious B&B guest, she’s shocked to learn he’s the travel critic behind the review.
Friday, November 27: Christmas by Starlight
Starring Kimberley Sustad and Paul Campbell
The days for The Starlight Café are numbered. That is, until Annie (Sustad) meets Williams (Campbell), who works for the development firm looking to demolish the restaurant. He proposes an out-of-the-box idea that forces Annie to consider how low she’s willing to go to save her family’s business
Saturday, November 28: Christmas Waltz
Starring Lacey Chabert, Will Kemp, and JT Church
Avery (Chabert) turns to her dance instructor (Kemp) for guidance after the wedding of her dreams is unexpected canceled.
Sunday, November 29: If I Only Had Christmas
Starring Candace Cameron Bure and Warren Christie
A bright and cheery publicist (Bure) works with a scrooge-like business owner (Christie) and his team of The Wizards of Oz-inspired characters to help a good cause.
Saturday, December 5: Christmas in Evergreen: Bells Are Ringing
Starring Holly Robinson Peete, Colin Lawrence, Rukiya Bernard, Antonio Cayonne, and Barbara Niven
Since Michelle (Peete) has plenty of wedding planning her plate, she leans on Hannah (Bernard) to wrap up the launch of the new Evergreen museum. All the while, she begins to question her own future — and if Elliot is really Mr.Right (Cayonne)
Sunday, December 6: Christmas She Wrote
Starring Danica McKellar and Dylan Neal
Kayleigh (McKellar) is heartbroken to learn that her romance column is canceled right before the holidays. While home with her family, the person who canceled her column (Neal) shows up at her door to tie up loose ends.
Saturday, December 12: Cross Country Christmas
Starring Rachael Leigh Cook and Greyson Holt
Lina (Cook) and Max (Holt) face the unexpected when a storm hits, potentially ruining their holiday plans. The two of them are forced to work together to figure out a way home — without taking it out on each other.
Sunday, December 13: Christmas Comes Twice
sSarring Tamera Mowry-Housley and Michael Xavier
By the looks of it, Emily (Mowry-Housley) has it all: She’s a well-respected newscaster and loved by many. But in her eyes, she lost the thing that matters most — her first true love (Xavier).
Saturday, December 19: Christmas Carousel
Starring Rachel Boston and Neal Bledsoe
Lila (Boston) partners up with the Prince of Marcadia (Bledsoe) to repair the Royal Family’s carousel by Christmas.
Sunday, December 20: Love, Lights, and Hanukkah!
Starring Mia Kirshner, Ben Savage, and Marilu Henner
In the height of the holiday craziness, Christina gets back a DNA test and learns that she’s actually Jewish. This leads her down a path of self-discovery, even finding romance along the way.
All new movies will be premiering at 8 p.m/7c. Which movie are you most excited for?