Hallmark Channel’s Christmas movie extravaganze is in full swing. The network’s November “Countdown to Christmas” schedule is packed full of holiday flicks featuring your favorite stars, including premieres of movies featuring Candace Cameron Bure and Lacey Chabert.
New Hallmark Christmas movies air every weekend in November
New Hallmark Christmas movies air every weekend in November, starting with Gingerbread Miracle on Nov. 5. It stars Merritt Patterson as Maya, an attorney who reconnects with her high school crush Alex (Jon Ecker) when his uncle enlists her help in selling his bakery, Casillas Panadería.
Next Stop Christmas, airing Nov. 6, is a time-traveling romance featuring Back to the Future’s Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson. Angie (Lyndsy Fonseca) discovers how her life might have been different if she’d married her ex-boyfriend Tyler (Eric Freeman) when the train she takes home for Christmas sends her 10 years into the past.
A Christmas Treasure (Nov. 7) stars Jordin Sparks as Lou, who begins to question her life’s path when she opens a 100-year-old time capsule. Michael Xavier plays Kyle, a charming chef who’s also at a crossroads.
In Open By Christmas (Nov. 12), a woman named Nicky finds an unopened Christmas card from a high school secret admirer. She and her friend Simone set out to find the sender. Alison Sweeney, Erica Durance, and Brennan Elliott star.
My Family Christmas Tree (Nov. 13) stars Aimee Teagarden as a woman whose DNA test results reveal she has a family she didn’t know existed.
In Holiday in Harlem (Nov. 14), a jet-setting executive visits her grandmother in Harlem and ends up staying to co-chair the block’s Christmas Jamboree with her former best friend. Starring Olivia Washington, Will Adams, and Tina Lifford.
Nantucket Noel (Nov. 19), stars Sarah Power as Christina, who learns that a developer is planning to tear down the wharf that’s home to her toy store. Complications arise when she falls for the developer’s son, Andy (Trevor Donovan).
In A Christmas Together With You (Nov. 20), Megan (Laura Vandervoort) and her father-figure Frank (Harry Lennix) take a road trip to find Frank’s long-lost love. Along the way, she finds love of her own. Niall Matter co-stars.
A Kiss Before Christmas (Nov. 21) stars James Denton as Ethan, a real estate executive named whose Christmas wish that his life had turned out differently is granted. Will he be able to get his old life back before Christmas Day? Teri Hatcher and Marilu Henner co-star.
All movies air at 8 p.m. ET.
Hallmark Channel’s Thanksgiving weekend schedule
Hallmark also has new movies on deck every night over the long Thanksgiving weekend. The fun starts Nov. 25 with The Nine Kittens of Christmas. The sequel to 2014’s The Nine Lives of Christmas features original stars Kimberly Sustad and Brandon Routh.
Christmas CEO airs Nov. 26 at 6 p.m. ET. Chris Whitaker (Marisol Nichols) is a toy company CEO who’s lost sight of the reason she started the company. When a business opportunity forces her to reconnect with her estranged former business partner (Paul Greene), she may just rediscover what she’s lost.
Immediately following Christmas CEO is An Unexpected Christmas, about a speechwriter (Tyler Hynes) and his ex-girlfriend (Bethany Joy Lenz) who agree to pretend they’re still a couple to save his family’s Christmas celebration. It airs at 8 p.m. ET.
There’s another holiday movie double feature on Nov. 27. First up is Making Spirits Bright at 6 p.m. ET. Taylor Cole and Carlo Marks star as the daughter and son of rival decorating families who come together to mend their parents’ years-long feud. It’s followed by Lacey Chabert’s Christmas at Castle Hart at 8 p.m. ET. She plays a woman who travels to Ireland at Christmas. Once there, she ends up planning an epic holiday party for Aiden Hart, Earl of Glaslough (Stuart Townsend).
Finally, Christmas in Tahoe premieres on Nov. 28 at 6 p.m. ET. It features Train’s Pat Monahan along with Laura Osnes, Kyle Selig, and George Lopez. It’s inspired by Train’s album of the same name. Hallmark closes out the holiday weekend with The Christmas Contest. Candace Cameron Bure and John Brotherton star as exes who compete in their town’s Christmas contest to win money for charity. It airs at 8 p.m. ET.
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries November lineup
Even more Christmas movies will air on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries in November. The “Miracles of Christmas” lineup includes:
- A Mrs. Miracle Christmas (Nov. 6), starring Caroline Rhea and based on a book by Debbie Macomber.
- One December Night (Nov. 13), starring Bruce Campbell, Eloise Mumford, and Peter Gallagher and featuring Gallagher performing a never-before-released single, “Coming Home.”
- Five More Minutes (Nov. 20), which stars Nikki DeLoach and David Haydn-Jones and is inspired by Scotty McCreery’s song “Five More Minutes.”
- Time for Them to Come Home for Christmas (Nov. 27), starring Jessy Schram as an amnesiac woman trying to discover her true identity with the help of her handsome nurse (Brendan Penny).
All Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Christmas movies air at 10 p.m. ET.
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