Watching Hallmark during holidays has reached the point of a Christmas ritual in most American Households. With summer being over and fall finally kicking in, the holiday season has practically begun. Halloween and Thanksgiving will be here in a few weeks’ time and before you know it, you’ll be decorating the tree while watching Hallmark Channel every night just call cox customer service if you don’t have it already.
Hallmark has been our childhood favorite Christmas Channel. We would wait for Hallmark’s “Countdown to Christmas” every year. This time around, Hallmark has just released its schedule of holiday movies to be aired this year starting in the last week of October.
Here’s a list of movies that you should particularly look forward to:
Christmas Wishes and Mistletoe Kisses
Hallmark Channel’s original movie, starring our favorite Donna Mills, Mattew Davis, and Jill Wagner. The movie portrays a single mother Abbey trying her luck in Interior Design, her true passion. A local businessman, Nick (Matthew Davis), hires her to decorate his property before Christmas. As Abbey (Jill Wagner) struggles to get the task done, she also tries to develop a professional relationship with her client as a potential way of giving herself a break into the new career as a professional interior designer. Donna Mills plays the role of Nick’s mother, Caroline.
The movie premiers on Oct. 26 at 8 p.m. ET/PT
Merry and Bright
The movie stars Jodie Sweetin, Andrew Walker and Sharon Lawrence as the lead cast. The storyline goes as Cate (played by Jodie Sweetin), CEO of a Candy Cane Company meets Gabe (Andrew Walker). She, at first, assumes that Gabe is the suitor her mother has been trying to set her up with, turns out he has been sent by Empire Corporate Recovery to work with her. Gabe’s task is to help Cate’s business and make it more profitable. As the story progresses and Cate starts working with Gabe, they find out that they share more common grounds than just business.
The Movie Premiers on Nov. 2 at 8 p.m. ET/PT
Christmas Scavenger Hunt
The movie stars Kim Shaw and Kevin McGarry. The movie revolves around the two lead characters Belinda (Kim Shaw) and Dustin (McGarry). The movie starts with Belinda going back to her hometown for Christmas Holidays. Everything is cool and streamlined until she is forced to team up with her Ex, Dustin, for the town’s ages-old Christmas ritual; the scavenger hunt.
The Movie Premiers on Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. ET/PT
A Christmas Duet
The movie stars Rome Flynn, Teryl Rothery, Chaley Rose. The two protagonists of the story are singers who became famous for their Christmas duet “Wouldn’t be Christmas” that they did years before they decided to part ways. Averie (played by Chaley Rose) decides to give up singing and sets up a lodge in Vermont town. Jesse (played by Rome Flynn) however visits her lodge sometimes, trying to find ways to get the same success they had as a duo. Fate then decided to bring them back together during holidays for the annual Yuletide Festival. As the movie progresses, let’s see if they can reunite. Teryl however, plays the role of a travel writer who visits Averie’s lodge.
The show premiers on Nov. 9 at 8 p.m. ET/PT
The Christmas Club
This movie is based on Barbara Hinske’s Novel of the same name. It features Elizabeth Mitchell as Olivia Bennett and Edward Taylor as Cameron Mathison. Olivia and Edward are two busy persons who happen to cross path as they help an old woman to find her Christmas savings. However, Cupid had something else for them in its mind. As they look for the lost savings, they found true love that they had clearly been missing in their life.
It Premiers on Nov. 17 at 8 p.m. ET/PT
Christmas in Rome
The movie stars Lacey Chabert and Sam Page. Lacey plays the role of a tour guide of American descent in Rome, named Angela. Angela gets fired from her job just before Christmas. However, to her luck (?), she crosses paths with an American businessman named Oliver (played by Sam Page). Oliver is in Rome to buy a ceramics company, but the owner won’t sell it to him until he discovers the heart and understands the soul of Rome. As a turn of events for Angela, Oliver hires her to be his tour guide around the city. It is now up to fate if Oliver will win another heart in the process.
The movie premiers on Nov. 30 at 8 p.m. ET/PT
Find the entire list of Hallmark movies premiering this holiday season, here. Let me know your favorite one in the comments below.