Hallmark Countdown to Christmas Movie Schedule: Dates & Times for Every Premiere in 2017

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Countdown to Christmas

Hallmark is starting its Countdown to Christmas holiday movie schedule on Saturday, October 28, 2017. Hallmark will have 21 new movies every weekend until through December 30, plus the new movies premiering on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. When are the movies airing and what channel will they be on? To find out what channel Hallmark is on for you, click here to go to TV Guide’s listings. Then change the “Provider” (right under TV Listings) to your local provider. You’ll be able to scroll down to see what channel Hallmark is on for you. Below, we have Hallmark’s entire schedule for 2017, including air times. (To find out how to stream Hallmark’s Christmas movies live, see our story here.)

Here’s what you need to see on The Hallmark Channel and on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries (listed as Hallmark M&M in the list below) this Christmas.


Sat. Oct. 28 – Marry Me at Christmas

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Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

“Organizing a Christmas wedding is a true treat for bridal boutique owner Madeline Krug. She loves the challenge of finding the perfect dress for the bride and orchestrating an exquisite event. What Madeline didn’t expect was to be swept off her feet by the bride’s gorgeous brother, movie star Jonny Blaze. Jonny came to the quirky town of Fool’s Gold to support his sister — not to fall in love. Yet Madeline is the most extraordinary woman he’s ever met. Planning the perfect wedding leads to candlelit dinners and strolls through snow-covered streets. Madeline finds the real Jonny even more captivating than her celebrity crush. Will the action star be brave enough to take on the role of a lifetime?”

Starring Rachel Skarsten and Trevor Donovan.

See a first look video here.


Sat. Nov. 4 – Christmas Festival of Ice 

Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

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“Those years of law school pay off for Emma but not in ways one would expect. When she finds out that her beloved ice-sculpting contest, part of her hometown’s Christmas festival, has been canceled, she springs into action. Determined to keep it going, she enlists sponsors and artists. Nick, the town’s ace artisan, isn’t interested in competing this year, but Emma wants him as her teammate. Considering what she’s managed to accomplish, Nick is impressed and signs on. As Emma and Nick work together, she realizes there’s more to life than legal briefs. And transformed by Emma’s can-do spirit, Nick is invigorated, too. They just might have a shot at winning this very special Christmas contest — and a lot more.”

This one will star Taylor Cole and Damon Runyan.


Sat. Nov. 4 – The Perfect Christmas Present

The Perfect Christmas Present

Hallmark Movies & MysteriesThe Perfect Christmas Present

Premiering 9 p.m. Eastern/8 p.m. Central on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

“Tom is Mr. Christmas, the guy who can find the perfect gift for that special someone. But when he agrees to help an old college buddy discover his girlfriend’s Christmas wish, he ends up getting too close, and she ends up falling in love with him.”

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Stars Sam Page and Tara Holt.


Sun. Nov. 5 – Miss Christmas 

Crown MediaMiss Christmas

Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

“Holly Kuhn is on her annual mission of finding a majestic specimen for The National Tree. While searching for the perfect Christmas fir for the Washington, D.C. Holiday Tree Lighting ceremony, Holly receives a letter from a boy detailing why his town boasts the most beautiful evergreen. Holly travels to the boy’s quaint New England town, where she meets his handsome uncle, Sam McCary. Sam owns the land from which it grows and is a protective steward. It holds such deep meaning for Sam that he’s not about to let it be chopped down even for such an honor. Still, Holly finds herself falling for Sam, and they discover the magic that this perfect tree can bring, just in time for the holidays.”

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Sun. Nov. 5 – Christmas in the Air

Premiering 9 p.m. Eastern/8 p.m. Central on on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

“Lydia, a successful professional organizer, is constantly trying to grow her business, but even her ambition takes a back seat to love when she meets Robert, a frazzled widower with two young children. A toy inventor, Robert is asked to present his new Christmas toy line to a superstore. His challenge is he only has 12 days to get his life and his business in order. Talk about a Christmas rush! Lydia shows Robert that this task goes way deeper than messy junk drawers and encompasses every aspect of his life. While she’s intent on helping him straighten out details he had long ignored, Robert teaches the buttoned-up Lydia that messiness can be a delightful part of life.”

This will star Catherine Bell and Eric Close.

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Sat. Nov. 11 – The Sweetest Christmas 

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Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

“When struggling pastry chef Kylie Watson learns she’s made it to the finals of the American Gingerbread Competition, she thinks her competitive spirit has finally paid off and hopes the publicity will help her jumpstart her new café. There’s just one problem — the oven she’s supposed to use breaks down right before the contest.  Determined to enter, she reaches out to Nick Mazannti, her old boyfriend from culinary school who gave up his dream of being a pastry chef to take over his family’s pizzeria. Nick allows her to use his industrial pizza oven at night to craft her ambitious gingerbread confections. As the two reminisce about the dreams of their youth, their romance is rekindled. But just as Kylie is on the cusp of taking the grand prize — and embracing true love — things get complicated when her ex-boyfriend takes drastic steps to win her back. Kylie realizes she must embrace the Christmas Spirit or risk losing both the contest and her new love.”

This one will star Lacey Chabert, Lea Coco, and Jonathan Adams.


Sat. Nov. 11 – A Song For Christmas

Premiering 9 p.m. Eastern/8 p.m. Central on Hallmark M&M

“Pop superstar Adelaide Kay is so fed up with her controlling manager that she sneaks off the tour bus after their latest squabble. Though exhilarated to be free, she finds herself stranded in the freezing cold of a Pennsylvania winter, with no money and no plan. A local family, the Lapps, take her in. They know the true meaning of the season, even if they’re close to losing their dairy farm. No one in the family recognizes Adelaide except Dillon, the oldest son. He figures she’s the ticket to fast cash and plots to snap photos of Adelaide around the farm and sell them to the tabs. What he doesn’t plan, however, is their mutual attraction.”

This one will star Kevin McGarry and Becca Tobin.


Sun. Nov. 12 – Enchanted Christmas

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Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

“Weeks before Christmas, interior designer Laura is sent to her hometown of Santa Fe, New Mexico to remodel a landmark hotel. As Laura is kept busy with the renovations, her 8-year-old daughter Nicole is introduced to the art of salsa dancing at a local dance studio. Laura is surprised to find that the studio’s owner is Ricardo, her old high school sweetheart and former salsa dance partner. When Laura and Ricardo reconnect, sparks fly on and off the dance floor. The beautiful Christmas traditions of New Mexico become the backdrop for spirited dancing and unexpected romance.”

Starring Alexa and Carlos PenaVega.


Sun. Nov. 12 – Engaging Father Christmas

Premiering 9 p.m. Eastern/8 p.m. Central on Hallmark M&M

“It’s Christmas and Miranda (Krakow) leaves Seattle with a suitcase full of presents to join her long- lost family in Carlton Heath, where she will experience the joyful traditions she missed as a child. Last Christmas, Miranda fell in love with Ian (Matter), a local man who helped her as she searched for her father, James Whitcomb, a famous theatre actor she believed had a connection to the town. At his widow Margaret’s (Malick) request, Miranda agrees to keep it a secret to protect the family from scandal. This Christmas, she fears the warm welcome she received from the Whitcomb family will soon turn cold when Miranda receives an anonymous text from someone who threatens to expose her identity.”

Stars Erin Krakow, Niall Matter and Wendie Malick

(Note: This was originally called Finding Father Christmas.)


Sat. Nov. 18 – Coming Home For Christmas

Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

Coming home for Christmas

Crown MediaComing Home for Christmas

“Allie Richfield is at a crossroads when she lands a job as house manager for the exquisite Ashford Estate in the Virginia countryside. While preparing the place for sale, Allie plans one final Christmas Eve gala for the Marley family, though they seem to be a family in name only. There’s Kip Marley, who never met a party he didn’t like; Robert, the handsome but all-business executor of the estate; Sloane, who arrives with her two young children, sans husband, and the 90-year-old matriarch, Pippa, a spitfire who doesn’t want to put the house up for sale at all. As Allie is inserted into the home and the lives of the Marley family, she finds herself drawn to Robert — even as Kip pursues her. Can she navigate her suddenly complicated love life while helping mend family feuds and maybe teaching all the true spirit of Christmas?”

Starring Danica McKellar.


Sat. Nov. 18 – Christmas Homecoming

Premiering 9 p.m. Eastern/8 p.m. Central on Hallmark M&M

Christmas Homecoming

Crown MediaChristmas Homecoming

“A military widow (Benz), whose faith in Christmas has lapsed, rents an apartment to a handsome Army Captain, recovering from an injury in battle, and whose faith in Christmas is inspirational. As they team up to save the town’s military museum with a Christmas fundraising event, these two ‘wounded birds’ find themselves falling in love — and being healed by the magic of Christmas.”

Stars Julie Benz and Michael Shanks


Sun. Nov. 19 – A Gift to Remember 

Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

A Gift to Remember

Crown MediaA Gift to Remember

“An accident between a sweet bookshop worker and a handsome stranger leaves him without his memory. Determined to help him figure out who he is, she finds herself stepping outside of her comfort zone. In the process, she discovers taking risks can sometimes lead to the greatest rewards.”

Stars Ali Liebert, Peter Porte, Tina Lifford


Sun. Nov. 19 – A Bramble House Christmas

Premiering 9 p.m. Eastern/8 p.m. Central on Hallmark M&M

“While settling his father’s estate, Finn Conrad becomes suspicious as to why the man left a nurse $50,000. His dad knew her for less than two months before he died. Just before Christmas, Finn wants what to reclaim what he considers his family’s money, going undercover to investigate the bed and breakfast the nurse has recently taken over. When Finn meets Willa, he discovers she’s not a conniving gold digger at all, but a woman in need who put the money to good use. When she discovers his true identity, will it keep Willa from ever trusting him again?”


Wed. Nov. 22 – With Love, Christmas

Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

With Love, Christmas

Crown MediaWith Love, Christmas

Originally titled “Secretly Santa” and “Secret Santa”
“Ad executive Melanie is teamed up with uptight coworker Donovan to come up with the ultimate Christmas commercial for a new cell phone. To complicate matters, Donovan is also Melanie’s Secret Santa recipient. When Donovan mistakenly assumes another co-worker is his Secret Santa, Melanie must work to show him that she’s the only Santa for him. Stars Emilie Ullerup, Aaron O’Connell.”


Thur. Nov. 23 – The Mistletoe Inn

Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

The Mistletoe Inn

Crown MediaThe Mistletoe Inn

“When aspiring romance novelist Kim Rossi is unceremoniously dumped by her soon-to-be-published romance novelist boyfriend, Kim takes stock and decides to take a leap. She signs up for a romance writing retreat at a quaint Vermont Inn shortly before Christmas, where a top romance novelist is scheduled to attend and read the work of one lucky writer. Shortly after arriving, she crosses paths with Zeke, whom she initially finds to be intrusive and, naturally, ends up being her assignment partner. Worse yet, her ex is also at the retreat. Despite these bumps in the road, Kim steps outside her comfort zone and plunges into the writing exercises, surprising herself. Equally unexpected is the attraction that seems to be building between her and Zeke that promises to take her down a road she never imagined traveling. Based on the book by Richard Paul Evans.”

Stars Alicia Witt, David Alpay, Casey Manderson


Fri. Nov. 24 – Finding Santa

Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

“Jessica was delighted to start running her New England town’s Christmas events after her mom died. The main event is the parade on Christmas Day when the jolly man in red greets the crowd. For the last 30 years, Henry, owner of a famous Santa School, played St. Nick. When Henry falls ill, and everyone else he has trained is already booked, Jessica’s in a predicament. The only possible replacement is Henry’s son, Ben, an Uber driver who never wanted to follow in his father big black leather boots. Desperate, Jessica sets off 200 miles north to find Ben, and lures him to town by hiring him to drive her back. The trek is daunting; the real Kris Kringle makes it around the world easier than Ben and Jessica on their return. Still, once Ben dons the red suit, he feels the spirit of Christmas — and soon begins to realize he may have found the new, real-life Mrs. Claus.”

Starring Jodie Sweetin.


Sat. Nov. 25 – The Christmas Train, Hallmark Hall of Fame

Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

The Christmas Train

Crown MediaThe Christmas Train

“David Baldacci’s No. 1 New York Times bestseller comes to Hallmark Hall of Fame with this story of cynical journalist Tom Langdon, taking a train from D.C. to L.A. for Christmas. He’s not too thrilled with the journey, but Tom is the sort who’s not thrilled by much. Tom’s been briefly married but never had kids. Today his ex-wife wouldn’t accept a collect call from him in the most dire of circumstances. Tom is forty-one and has just lost his mother to a stroke; his father has been dead for several years. Being an only child he is truly alone now, and that has made him introspective. Half his time on earth is gone, and all he has to show for it is a failed marriage, no offspring, an informal alliance with a California voiceover queen, a truckload of newsprint and some awards. By any reasonable measure, it is a miserable excuse for an existence. But Tom’s cross-country journey will soon become an internal odyssey. Strangers remind of him of people’s innate goodness. Before long, Tom rekindles a love, and the magic of Christmas takes hold.”


Sun. Nov. 26 – Switched For Christmas 

Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

This movie was previously called “Christmas Sister Swap.” It stars Candace Cameron Bure playing identical twins, and may very well be one of the movies we’re most excited about. Candace’s daughter will also be in the movie.

“Just because they are identical does not mean these twins even like each other. Estranged twin sisters get together for an obligatory pre-Christmas lunch, a year after their mother died. Both women are unhappy and frustrated with their own lives. Though not close, each is envious of the other’s life. What’s a twin to do but take advantage of this? And who would be the wiser? They do what any identical twins in need of new outlooks would do — they swap lives until Christmas Day. And by doing so, each woman discovers the true meaning of her life and gains a deeper perspective and appreciation for what she already had.”


Sat. Nov. 26 – A Joyous Christmas

Premiering 9 p.m. Eastern/8 p.m. Central on Hallmark M&M

A Joyous Christmas

Hallmark Movies & MysteriesA Joyous Christmas

Originally titled “Christmas for Joy”

“Joy may be down-on-her-luck but her humanity is intact. She jumps to the aid of a stranger, rescuing a woman from a terrible accident. The woman who nearly died is quite successful and learns a great lesson from her accident: helping others is the key to true success, and it could be the path to finding true love as well.”


Sat. Dec. 2 – Christmas in Evergreen 

Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

This was originally titled “Snow Globe Christmas.”

Starring Ashley Williams, Holly Robinson Peete, Barbara Niven, and Teddy Sears

“Snow globes can have a magical, mesmerizing sway over those who concentrate on them. No one knows that better than residents of Evergreen, Vermont. In this bucolic burg, where families have lived for generations and take care of each other, there’s a belief that if you wish upon the snow globe in the local café, that wish will come true. The only catch is the wish must be completely sincere. When the town veterinarian wishes that this will be her most romantic Christmas ever, she figures that will happen with her longtime beau. Stranded in an airport, she befriends a businessman and his daughter, who had made her own wish on the snow globe. The magical Christmas they share turns out to be more than anyone wished for.”


Sat. Dec. 2 – Christmas in Angel Falls

Premiering 9 p.m. Eastern/8 p.m. Central on Hallmark M&M

Originally just titled “Angel Falls”

“Fallen angel Gabby must redeem herself. To do so, she’s dispatched to where else but the town of Angel Falls. It’s not a job for any one being, even one endowed with her special powers. Luckily, Gabby has her own guardian angels, Anna and Michael. All of them work to help the citizens of Angel Falls, and along the way, wings and love blossom.”
This one will star Rachel Boston and Paul Greene.


Sun. Dec. 3 – Christmas at Holly Lodge

Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

This was originally titled “Evergreen Inn.”

“Sophie Bennett begins a new holiday tradition of spending every holiday at the Evergreen Inn and Ski Lodge, which she inherited from her parents. Evergreen Inn is a special place filled with people who cannot make it home for the holidays or who have had such wonderful experiences that it has become their home-away-from-holiday-home. This Christmas, Sophie will meet an unforgettable family, and her own life will be forever changed.”

This one will star Alison Sweeney.


Sun. Dec. 3 – The Magical Christmas Ornaments

Premiering 9 p.m. Eastern/8 p.m. Central on Hallmark M&M

This is not listed on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ online calendar, but it is listed in other locations. No description is available yet.


Sat. Dec. 9 – Christmas Encore

Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

“A struggling actress is cast in her last off (off) Broadway show – a modern take on A Christmas Carol – before giving up her dream and moving home. Instead, she finds romance with her director and a renewed passion for her craft and the city. But when the historic theater loses its lease and the show is set to fold, she and her cast mates are need of a Christmas miracle.”

Stars Maggie Lawson, Brennan Elliott


Sat. Dec. 9 – The Christmas Cottage

Premiering 9 p.m. Eastern/8 p.m. Central on Hallmark M&M

The Christmas Cottage

Crown MediaThe Christmas Cottage

“Still only in her mid-twenties, Lacey Quinn has already given up on love. Her heart’s been broken too many times, and now she concentrates on her career as an interior designer in Raleigh, North Carolina. When BFF Ava Callahan asks Lacey to be her maid of honor, she must take on a few responsibilities, including making sure the Callahan family cottage is perfect for the honeymoon. Legend has it that if newlyweds spend their first night there, everlasting love and happiness follow. Lacey isn’t sure she buys into that notion. Still, when she finds herself snowed in there with Charlie, Ava’s brother, Lacey has to reconsider if the little house may hold some romantic magic after all — especially at Christmas.”

(Note: This is not the same as the movie from a few years ago called Thomas Kinkade’s Christmas Cottage.)


Sun. Dec. 10 – The Christmas Shop 

Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

“Anna works for a New York City real estate development company that is trying to buy an old building in a prime location, hoping to flip the property for a profit. Unfortunately, there is one tenant holding out—-the owner of an old-fashioned Christmas shop. Anna has been hoping for a way to step up in her job, and finally she’s been given the golden opportunity to take point on this assignment. Anna approaches the Christmas Shop’s handsome owner, Michael, who is not only protective of his family’s legacy but appreciates what the holiday means to everyone. But with sinking profits, Michael finally gives in to Anna’s attempts to change his mind. Anna will spend one week working in the store, and after that, if she doesn’t realize why this shop is so important, they can talk. When Anna’s company finds out about what’s going on and her career is on the line, she is forced to make a choice, one that will change her forever and make this one of the best Christmases she has ever had.”


Sun. Dec. 10 – Karen Kingsbury’s Maggie’s Christmas Miracle

Premiering 9 p.m. Eastern/8 p.m. Central on Hallmark M&M

“Megan spent one unforgettable summer with a boy when they were teens and she’s never forgotten his magical definition of love. Now a high-powered attorney in New York and a single mother, her young son unexpectedly connects them again.” (Don’t want to wait? Read the book it’s based on.)


Sat. Dec. 16 – Father Christmas 

Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

“Work-obsessed Eric Randall, chief technology officer of a major tech company in Kansas City, is laid off two weeks before Christmas. Divorced and the father of three, this will be Eric’s first Christmas alone with the kids. His ex-wife, Marie, encourages Eric to postpone a job search and instead make Christmas a true family holiday. Unfortunately, he’s better with computers than children. With baby Max strapped into a backpack, Eric is determined to build a sled with son Liam, no small feat for the math-challenged boy. Eric also gets roped into volunteering at daughter Chelsea’s junior cotillion class. At least her teacher, Kate Moore, is lovely. Kate teaches Eric some dance moves and Eric realizes he’s avoided relationships by burying himself in work. Though enthralled with all old-fashioned romance, Kate finds a lot to like in this digital-age dad while Eric learns that family time does not need to be restricted to Christmas.”


Sat. Dec. 16 – Unbridled Love

Premiering 9 p.m. Eastern/8 p.m. Central on Hallmark M&M

“Evil stepmothers don’t only lurk in castles, tormenting helpless children. Sometimes, they’re on ranches, tormenting adults. A year after her father died in a fire at their Oregon ranch — a fire accidentally caused by her stepmother, Mae — Sarah has finally found her footing, turning the family homestead into a successful dude ranch. Still, Mae is pushing to take it over, seeing it as a potential goldmine. Meanwhile, Graham, a Hollywood superstar, wants to use the ranch as the location of his next movie. Sarah isn’t inclined to allow it. During a long horseback ride through the moonlit mountains, Graham explains why this project is so dear to him. That and a soulful kiss make Sarah relent. But all does not run smoothly once the movie starts. Graham and his costar, Simone, had been involved; Sarah has fallen hard for the handsome star. Still, she won’t allow jealousy to cloud her professionalism. When Simone’s horse runs wild, Sarah saves her. And when Sarah’s evil stepmother, Mae, also runs wild — suing Sarah — Simone, in turn, saves Sarah.”

Stars Paul Greene and Rachel Boston.


Sun. Dec. 17 – Christmas Connection 

Premiering 9 p.m. Eastern/9 p.m. Central on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

It’s not easy being Henry, the only child of divorced parents. Every Christmas, he’s flown cross-country to be with his dad. Because he’s 8, a flight attendant looks after him from gate-to-gate. Henry instantly takes to the engaging Megan, who wears a Santa hat while helping him write a letter to the jolly guy. Megan promises to mail it to the North Pole, but slips the note to Henry’s dad. Henry has already decided Megan and his dad would be a great couple. And with all of the sophistication of a little boy, he tries setting them up. It turns out that Megan has no plans for Christmas dinner. Naturally, Henry invites her over, giving the adults a chance to see that they are perfect for each other.”


Sun. Dec. 17 – Reindeer Games (or TBA)

This one’s a little unclear. It was listed as premiering on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries on December 17, but now Christmas Connection (listed above) is premiering at that time instead. A movie is not listed on Hallmark Channel’s calendar here for December 17, as of the time of publication, but it’s safe to assume Hallmark will premiere a movie that day. We will update this section when we know more.


Sat. Dec. 23 – Christmas Getaway 

Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

“Travel writer Emory has never had a traditional Christmas. Although her free spirit makes her the perfect travel writer, a surprising breakup with her boyfriend takes her personal life back to square one. Hoping to spend the holiday relaxing and recovering, Emory takes the picturesque Christmas vacation planned for the two of them, alone. Through a mix up on the rental site – or maybe a little Christmas magic – Emory is forced to share the cabin with a handsome widower, his young daughter, and mother-in-law. What begins as an annoying inconvenience blooms into a romance she never knew was possible, and a Christmas they will cherish forever.”


Mon. Dec. 25 – When Calls the Heart: The Christmas Wishing Tree

Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

“A loved one returns, Christmas spirit is renewed, and children’s wishes are granted in this heartwarming Christmas movie featuring the series’ beloved characters. Elizabeth’s fiancé, Jack, surprises her, coming on home on leave and bringing a young Mountie desperately searching for Christmas inspiration.  The community of Hope Valley works together to aid this young man with the help of an enchanted Wishing Tree. And as mayor, Abigail is pretty busy. Recognizing that, her newly adopted son, Cody, engages classmates in creating the town’s annual Christmas Celebration. While Sheriff Bill Avery forges a relationship with the disgraced former mayor, Henry Gowen, Rosemary and Lee are reminded that family is the true meaning of Christmas.”


Sat. Dec. 30 – A Royal New Year’s Eve

Premiering 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Hallmark

Originally titled “Kiss for New Year”

“That first kiss of the New Year is special: It’s supposed to signify that special person with whom we’ll spend the next year, and possibly, forever. So it’s wise not to squander those affections. When everyone else just puckers up to the nearest set of lips, Robin has always kept her wits — and her mouth — to herself. An established photographer at a lifestyle website, she’s assigned to work on a New Year’s Eve story with a new hire, Todd. When she confides in Todd that she has never kissed anyone as the clock strikes midnight, he sets about to correct this, by finding someone for Robin to kiss at the magic hour. His theory is a kiss is just a kiss, and she should enjoy the moment. Ultimately, they are both right. Todd finds a man for her to smooch, and Robin does find the right man. And guess who fits the bill?”


 

If there were some movies you were expecting to see but they’re no longer on the list, you’re not imagining things. Some movies now have new titles, and others that were originally scheduled have been removed. We originally reported that Good Sam was on the list, but it’s no longer on the finalized list, for example. Others that are missing are Christmas Castle  and Sugar and Spice. We will update this story as we have more information.

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