The holiday season is synonymous with twinkling lights, warm cocoa, and, of course, heartwarming movies. This year, Hallmark is ready to deck the halls and make your festive season brighter than ever. The beloved network has released a dazzling lineup of holiday movies that will keep you entertained throughout November and December. Get ready for a marathon of romance, drama, and, most importantly, holiday cheer, featuring a star-studded cast.
November Part 1
The holiday season kicks off with a bang on Wednesday, November 1. Hallmark offers “A Christmas Frequency,” starring Denise Richards and James Hyde, and “Reporting for Christmas,” featuring Tamara Feldman and D.B. Sweeney. These movies are available on Hulu, and they promise to set the perfect tone for the upcoming festivities.
Thursday, November 2, brings “My Christmas Guide,” starring Amber Marshall and Ben Mehl, to Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. On BET+, “A Wesley Christmas Wedding” unfolds, featuring a star-studded cast with Dorien Wilson, Jasmine Guy, and more in the lead roles. “Heart for the Holidays” is another BET+ gem, starring Erica Peeples and Kyle Lowder.
Friday, November 3, promises more holiday magic with “Flipping for Christmas,” starring Ashley Newbrough and Marcus Rosner, on the Hallmark Channel. Roku Channel brings you “How to Fall in Love By Christmas,” a film starring Teri Hatcher that will undoubtedly warm your heart.
The weekend continues to impress. On Saturday, November 4, “A Dash of Christmas,” starring Laura Osnes and Christopher Russell, airs on Great American Family. Meanwhile, “Never Been Chris’d,” starring Janel Parrish and Pascal Lamothe-Kipnes, arrives on the Hallmark Channel.
Sunday, November 5, is a day for cozying up with heartwarming films. “We’re Scrooged,” “Our Christmas Wedding,” and “The Santa Summit” offer a perfect blend of holiday cheer for your viewing pleasure.
As the month progresses, the lineup continues to enchant audiences with titles like “Mystery on Mistletoe Lane,” starring Erica Cerra and Victor Webster, and “Christmas Angel,” a BET+ movie featuring Skyh Black, Dani Leigh, Romeo Miller, Elise Neal, and Tamar Braxton.
November Part 2
As November rolls into its second half, Hallmark doesn’t let up on the festive cheer. “A World Record Christmas,” starring Nikki DeLoach and Lucas Bryant, is set to premiere on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. “Best. Christmas. Ever!” is a Netflix offering, featuring Heather Graham, Brandy, Jason Biggs, and Matt Cedeno. Additionally, “Sworn Justice: Taken Before Christmas” on BET+ boasts a star-studded cast including Mishael Morgan, Leland B. Martin, Vivica A. Fox, Melyssa Ford, and Preacher Lawson.
Friday, November 17, brings “Navigating Christmas,” starring Chelsea Hobbs and Stephen Huszar, to the Hallmark Channel. On Amazon Freevee, “EXmas” unfolds, starring Robbie Amell, Leighton Meester, Michael Hitchcock, and Kathryn Greenwood. Disney+ also gets into the holiday spirit with “Dashing Through the Snow,” a film featuring Lil Rel Howery, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Teyonah Parris, and more.
Saturday, November 18, offers a delightful “A Merry Scottish Christmas,” starring Lacey Chabert and Scott Wolf, on the Hallmark Channel. Great American Family has “Santa, Maybe,” while Lifetime brings you “Christmas Plus One.”
Sunday, November 19, keeps the festive spirit alive with “Country Hearts Christmas” on UPtv, “A Paris Christmas Waltz” on Great American Family, “Holiday Hotline” on the Hallmark Channel, and “Planes, Trains and Christmas Trees” on Lifetime.
December Part 1
December arrives, and with it comes a host of enchanting holiday movies. On Friday, December 1, “My Norwegian Holiday” starring Rhiannon Fish and David Elsendoorn premieres on the Hallmark Channel. “Candy Cane Lane” arrives on Prime Video, starring Eddie Murphy, Tracee Ellis Ross, Jillian Bell, Thaddeus J. Mixson, Ken Marino, Nick Offerman, and more.
Shudder and AMC+ also join the festive fray with “The Sacrifice Game,” starring Mena Massoud and Olivia Scott Welch.
December Part 2
As we delve deeper into the heart of December, Hallmark continues to delight with films like “A Not So Royal Christmas,” “Christmas on Windmill Way,” and “Ladies of the ‘80s: A Divas Christmas,” among many others.
With a lineup this enchanting, Hallmark is certainly making this holiday season one to remember. Whether you’re a fan of heartfelt romances, family dramas, or simply enjoy the magical ambiance of the holiday season, there’s something for everyone in this extensive lineup of films. Grab your hot cocoa, snuggle up with loved ones, and get ready for a heartwarming holiday movie marathon that’ll keep you entertained all season long.