If you’re like me, Hallmark Christmas movies are something that you look forward to every single year. This year’s countdown to Christmas may have already begun, but the fun is just getting started. Let’s take a look at all of the new films set to premiere before Christmas Eve.
A Timeless Christmas
When Charles Whitley (Ryan Paevey), a man from 1903, unexpectedly travels to 2020, he meets Megan Turner (Erin Cahill), a wonderful woman who shows him the magic of a modern American Christmas. The film is based on the book of the same name by Alexis Stanton. A Timeless Christmas premieres Sun. Nov. 15 at 8 p.m. EST on Hallmark Channel.
Christmas at the Plaza
Who doesn’t love spending Christmas in New York City? And better yet at the Plaza Hotel? In this New York Christmas movie, archival historian Jessica (Elizabeth Henstridge) and interior decorator Nick (Ryan Paevey) team up to make the perfect Christmas display for the hotel. Christmas at the Plaza premieres Fri. Nov. 20 at 10 p.m. EST on Hallmark Channel.
A Nashville Christmas Carol
In this southern spoof of the classic Christmas tale we all know and love, a television producer is visited by spirits of country music past in order to help her move on from the man that broke her heart. The film stars Jesse Schram and Wes brown. A Nashville Christmas Carol premieres Sat. Nov. 21 at 8 p.m. EST on Hallmark Channel.
The Christmas House
One Tree Hill’s Robert Bukley and Mean Girls’ Jonathan Bennett star together in The Christmas House, Hallmark Channel’s first ever original movie featuring an LGBTQ storyline. The movie follows brothers Brandon and Mike Mitchell as they return home for the holidays. Brandon brings along his husband Jake (Supernatural’s Brad Harder) and Mike comes alone only to reconnect with his high school sweetheart Andi (Ana Ayora). The Christmas House premieres Sun. Nov. 22, at 8 p.m. EST on Hallmark Channel.
A Christmas Tree Grows in Colorado
In this charming tale about a Colorado Christmas, Erin (Rochelle Aytes) is planning the town Christmas celebration and must win over firefighter Kevin (Mark Taylor) in order to secure the perfect tree for the event. A Christmas Tree Grows in Colorado premieres Tues. Nov. 24 at 8 p.m. EST on Hallmark Channel.
Good Morning Christmas
Good Morning Christmas stars Alison Sweeney and Marc Blucas as morning talk show co-hosts, Melissa and Brian, who are furious when the network asks them to spend their Christmas together in a small festive town for a story. But of course, it turns out to be just what they needed. Good Morning Christmas premieres Wed. Nov. 25 at 8 p.m. EST on Hallmark Channel.
Christmas by Starlight
Making its debut on Thanksgiving, this film is the perfect addition to the dinner menu. Christmas by Starlight follows Annie, a young woman whose family owns the town’s favorite eatery that is about to get destroyed. It is up to her to save it before Christmas. Christmas by Starlight premieres Thurs. Nov. 26 at 8 p.m. on Hallmark Channel.
Five Star Christmas
When famous travel writer Bea Turner arrives as a guest at the Ralton’s bed and breakfast, Lucy (Bethny Joy Lenz) and her siblings pretend to be guests in order to obtain a more favorable review. However, Lucy discovers that the secret might be difficult to keep when she falls for another guest, Jake (Victor Weber). Five Star Christmas premieres Fri. Nov. 27 at 8 p.m. EST on Hallmark Channel.
Starring Lacey Chabert as Avery, Christmas Waltz follows a young woman who’s dream Christmas wedding gets canceled only to follow through with her already booked dance lessons. Learning to dance teaches Avery more about life and love than she could ever have imagined. Christmas Waltz premieres Sat. Nov. 28 at 8 p.m. EST on Hallmark Channel.
If I Only Had Christmas
When Kansas City publicist Darcy (Candace Cameron Bure) teams up with Emerald City Trust VP Glen Goodman (Warren Christie) on a Christmas charity project, sparks begin to fly. But can it last? Find out in this fun holiday flick written by Sarah Montana. If I Only Had Christmas premieres Sun. Nov. 29 at 8 p.m. EST on Hallmark Channel.
Christmas in Evergreen: Bells are Ringing
In this spinoff of Christmas in Evergreen, Holly Robinson Peete and Rukiya Bernard star as friends and business partners, Hannah and Michelle, who are working on opening the Evergreen museum. Christmas in Evergreen: Bells are Ringing premieres Sat. Dec 5 at 8 p.m EST on Hallmark Channel.
Christmas She Wrote
Kayleigh’s (Danica Mckellar) Christmas is off to a rough start when her column unexpectedly gets canceled forcing her to return home for the holidays. But thanks to a new and unexpected romance, her holiday season might just end up turning around. Christmas She Wrote premieres Sun. Dec 6. at 8 p.m. EST on Hallmark Channel.
Cross Country Christmas
In this film about reconnecting with She’s All That’s Rachel Leigh Cook, old friends Lina and Max (Greyson Holt) are stuck collaborating to find a way home for the holidays in the midst of a tribulating winter snow storm. Cross Country Christmas premieres Sat. Dec. 12 at 8 p.m EST on Hallmark Channel.
Christmas Comes Twice
In this magical holiday treat, Tamera Mowry-Howsley stars as Cheryl, a newscaster who has everything she ever wanted in life except the man of her dreams. Luckily, when a magical carousel takes her back in time, she has the chance to make things right with the man she regrets letting go of. Christmas Comes Twice premieres Sun. Dec. 13 at 8 p.m. EST on Hallmark Channel.
Love, Lights, Hanukkah
Written by Karen Berger and directed by Mark Jean, this movie about the festival of lights fabulously features Boy Meets World’s Ben Savage. The film follows Christina (Mia Kirshner), a restaurant owner who discovers that her birth family is Jewish and sets out to meet them and learn about her religious heritage. Love, Lights, Hanukkah premieres on Sun. Dec 20 at 8 p.m. EST on Hallmark Channel.
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By Blair Krassen @blairlyawake