Hallmark will premiere 21 holiday films this year starring Candace Cameron Bure, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Lacey Chabert and more familiar favorites. Get your DVR ready now — the Christmas fun starts October 24!
Premieres: Oct. 28, 8/7c
Starring: Rachel Skarsten, Trevor Donovan
A Christmas wedding kindles unexpected love. The bride's movie star brother, Jonny Blaze, isn't looking for romance when he comes to town, but the more time he spends with wedding planner Madeline Krug, the more he sees she's the most incredible woman he's ever met.
Premieres: Nov. 4, 8/7c
Starring: Taylor Cole, Damon Runyan, Wendy Crewson
When Emma learns her hometown's ice-sculpting contest has been canceled, she puts her law degree to work to save it. Local artist Nick isn't interested in competing this year, but decides to be Emma's partner when he sees all she has accomplished. They might have a shot at winning the competition and so much more.
Premieres: Nov. 5, 8/7c
Starring: Catherine Bell, Eric Close
Professional organizer Lydia swoops in to help Robert, a frazzled toy inventor and widower with two young children, meet his 12-day deadline to present his Christmas toy line to a superstore. While teaching him how to get his life in order, she also learns that messiness can be a wonderful part of life.
Premieres: Nov. 11, 8/7c
Starring: Lacey Chabert, Lea Coco, Jonathan Adams
Just as Kylie Watson learns she's made it to the finals of the American Gingerbread Competition, the oven she's supposed to use breaks. To overcome the obstacle, she reaches out to her old boyfriend Nick Mazannti, who allows her to use his industrial pizza oven, and more than gingerbread starts cooking between these two.
Premieres: Nov. 12, 8/7c
Starring: Brooke D'Orsay, Marc Blucas
Holly Kuhn is in charge of finding the perfect fit for the National Tree this Christmas and after receiving a letter from a boy sharing why his town has the most beautiful evergreen, she heads to New England. There she finds more than she expected: The boy's handsome uncle owns the land the tree is on but isn't willing to part with it—but his romance with Holly might change things.
Premieres: Nov. 18, 8/7c
Starring: Danica McKellar, Neal Bledsoe
When Allie Richfield lands a job as a house manager for a Virginia estate, she plans a Christmas Eve gala for the Marley family, but learns they aren't much of a family at all. She must navigate her complicated romance—one brother pursues her but she is interested in a different one—while mending family feuds and teaching the true meaning of Christmas.
Premieres: Nov. 19, 8/7c
Starring: Alexa PenaVega, Carlos PenaVega
Interior designer Laura heads home to New Mexico so remodel a landmark hotel and enrolls her daughter in salsa dancing classes while she works. She later learns the studio owner is her old high school sweetheart and former salsa dance partner, Ricardo. Sparks start flying on and off the dance floor!
Premieres: Nov. 23, 8/7c
Starring: Alicia Witt, David Alpay, Casey Manderson
Based on the , aspiring romance novelist Kim Rossi is dumped by her soon-to-be-published boyfriend. In an attempt to focus on her craft instead of the breakup, she signs up for a romance writing retreat, where things don't go as planned—she doesn't care for her intrusive writing partner, Zeke. But everything changes when a romance begins to bloom between the unlikely pair.
Premieres: Nov. 22, 8/7c
Starring: Emilie Ullerup, Aaron O'Connell
Melanie's office Secret Santa is off to a great start when she gets her crush, Donovan, but things take an unfortunate turn. Donovan loves the gift but another co-worker tries to steal the credit. Melanie has to prove she's the right Santa and girlfriend for him.
Premieres: Nov. 24, 8/7c
Starring: Jodie Sweetin
Jessica has the honor of running her New England town's Christmas events after her mom passes away, but when Henry, who has played Santa for the past 30 years, falls ill, the whole celebration could be ruined. To save the day, Jessica sets out to find his son Ben to replace him. He never wanted to follow in his father's footsteps, but once he dons the red suit he realizes the magic of Christmas and the possibility of his real-life Mrs. Claus.
Premieres: Nov. 25, 8/7c
Starring: Dermot Mulroney, Danny Glover, Joan Cusack, Kimberly Williams-Paisley
Fans of David Baldacci's No. 1 New York Times bestseller can rejoice—the story of a journalist embarking on a train ride at Christmas comes to life in this movie adaptation. This train ride takes him on an emotional journey where he finds the magic of Christmas, the goodness of mankind, and a new hope in love he had lost.
Premieres: Nov. 26, 8/7c
Starring: Candace Cameron Bure
Two estranged sisters reunite for a pre-Christmas lunch a year after their mother died and realize they are both are unhappy but envious of the other's life. So they pull a classic switch, swapping lives until Christmas Day. Can they discover the true meaning of life and learn to appreciate all they already had?
Premieres: Dec. 2, 8/7c
In Evergreen, Vermont, there's a belief that if you make a sincere wish upon the snow globe in the local cafe, that wish will come true. The town veterinarian wishes for her most romantic Christmas yet, which she figures will happen with her longtime boyfriend, but while stranded in an airport she meets a businessman and his daughter, who made a wish of her own. Together they share a magical Christmas where more wishes than they could've asked for come true.
Premieres: Dec. 3, 8/7c
Starring: Alison Sweeney
After inheriting the Evergreen Inn and Ski Lodge from her parents, Sophie Bennett begins a new holiday tradition of spending the holiday there. This Christmas, surrounded by people who cannot make it home or consider the inn their home-away-from-home, Sophie meets a family that changes her life forever.
Premieres: Dec. 9, 8/7c
Anna works for a New York City real-estate development company that's looking to build in a prime location, but the owner of an old-fashioned Christmas shop is holding out. Looking for a chance to move up in her career, Anna is determined to convince the owner to change his mind, but instead they strike a deal: She will work in the store for one week and if her mind isn't changed they can talk. When her employer finds out, she is forced to choose between her career and Christmas.
Premieres: Dec. 10, 8/7c
Starring: Maggie Lawson, Brennan Elliott
A struggling actress plans to give up her dream and move home, but is cast in her last off (off) Broadway show, in this modern take on A Christmas Carol. She falls for her director and gains a new passion for her craft and the city in the process, but when the show is set to fold, the cast needs a Christmas miracle.
Premieres: Dec. 16, 8/7c
When 8-year-old Henry, the only child of divorced parents, is flown across the country to be with his dad, he meets a flight attendant, Megan, who helps look after him during his trip. He takes to her instantly as she helps him write a letter to Santa, but when they land their journey isn't over—Henry invites Megan over for Christmas dinner to set her up with his dad.
Premieres: Dec. 17, 8/7c
When Eric Randall, a work-obsessed and divorced father of three, is laid off, an opportunity to make this Christmas all about family presents itself. Unfortunately, he's been working so long he doesn't know what he is doing as a parent. But when he meets his daughter's cotillion instructor, Kate Moore, he realizes he's been avoiding relationships by burying himself in work and learns that he needs to make more time for his family.
Premieres: Dec. 23, 8/7c
When free spirit travel writer Emory takes a picturesque Christmas vacation originally planned for her and her ex-boyfriend, she is met with a surprise. A mix-up at the rental site puts her in a room with a handsome widower, his daughter, and mother-in-law. What started as an inconvenience turns into an unforgettable romance and Christmas.
Premieres: Dec. 25, 8/7c
Starring: Erin Krakow, Daniel Lissing, Lori Loughlin, Martin Cummins, Jack Wagner, Pascale Hutton, and Kavan Smith
In the latest of this beloved series, Elizabeth's fiancé surprises her, coming home on leave and bringing a young Mountie in search of Christmas spirit. And to help with his mom's busy schedule as mayor, Abigail's son Cody and his classmates put on the town's annual Christmas Celebration. Relationships are formed among characters and everyone is reminded of the true reason for the season.
Premieres: Dec. 30, 8/7c
As a photographer at a lifestyle website, Robin is assigned to work on New Year's Eve with a new hire, Todd. She confides in him that she's never had a magic midnight kiss, and he decides he will change that by finding her a man—little does he know, he doesn't need to look far.