Hallmark Networks Christmas in November TV Movie Goodness Preview
Hallmark Channel (HC) and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries (HMM) continue their annual tradition of kicking off Christmas movie season on Halloween. Along with a trove of original new films during November and December, they’re also unlocking the vault on some of our holiday favorites. Here’s a look at the lineup of the new original movies premiering in November. Check back after Thanksgiving for a preview of December’s titles.
Sunday, November 1st, 8/7c — Tis the Season for Love (HC)
Sarah Lancaster and Motive‘s Brendan Penny star in a romance about a struggling New York actress who goes home to the small town she left behind and finds herself opening up to a very special old acquaintance.
Saturday, November 7, 8/7c — Ice Sculpture Christmas (HC)
WoEE‘s Rachel Boston, David Alpay (The Originals), and Brenda Strong (The 100) star in a love story set during a country club restaurant’s ice sculpting competition.
Sunday, November 8, 8/7c — Charming Christmas (HC)
Julie Benz returns to Hallmark after a little bit of a hiatus and stars with Proof‘s David Sutcliffe in a tale about a new employee who helps the staff of a busy department store rediscover their holiday spirit.
Saturday, November 14, 8/7c — I’m Not Ready for Christmas (HC)
Alicia Witt, back in her third holiday film for Hallmark in three years, headlines opposite George Stults and Army Wives‘ Brigid Brannagh as a fast-climbing business woman with a tendency to be dishonest who’s suddenly compelled to tell the truth.
Saturday, November 21, 8/7c — Northpole: Open for Christmas (HC)
Bailee Madison returns for a sequel to last year’s holiday hit and this year she’s joined by Lori Loughlin and Dermot Mulroney in another tale about restoring the holiday spirit.
Sunday, November 22, 9/8c — Murder, She Baked: A Plum Pudding Mystery (HMM)
Alison Sweeney is back as Hannah, whose holiday season takes a surprising turn when she finds a body at a local Christmas tree lot and winds up involved in a dangerous murder investigation. Cameron Mathison and Barbara Niven also return.
Thanksgiving weekend starts the night before Thanksgiving on Hallmark Channel, with five new premieres every night through Sunday, hosted by Candace Cameron Bure.
Wednesday, November 25, 8/7c — Once Upon a Holiday (HC)
Briana Evigan and her dad, Greg Evigan, star with Paul Campbell in a twist on The Prince and Me and The Royal We, about a princess who goes common for a few days and falls for a good Samaritan who is unaware of her real identity.
Thursday, November 26, 8/7c — The 12 Gifts of Christmas (HC)
Arrow‘s Katrina Law, Aaron O’Connell (The Haves and the Have Nots), and Donna Mills star in story about a struggling painter who makes an unexpected connection with the corporate exec who hires her as his personal Christmas shopper.
Friday, November 27, 8/7c — Crown for Christmas (HC)
Danica McKellar stars as Allie Foster, a struggling New York artist summoned to a faraway castle to act as a governess to a rebellious young princess only to bond with the young girl’s father, the king.
Saturday, November 28, 8/7c — A Christmas Detour (HC)
Hallmark staple Candace Cameron Bure, Paul Greene (Bitten), Sarah Strange (GarageÂ Sale Mystery) and David Lewis (Love on the Air) star in a story of missed connections as a bubbly bride-to-be’s Christmas plans take an unexpected turn when her holiday flight is detoured and she encounters a cynical bar manager who has lost his faith in love.
Sunday, November 29, 8/7c — Angel of Christmas (HC)
Tyrant‘s Jennifer Finnigan, Ties That Bind‘s Jonathan Scarfe, and Holly Robinson Peete star in an adaptation of Jane Maas’s Christmas Angel, which follows Susan Nicholas, a newspaper writer who hasÂ three weeks to write a holiday story about her great grandfather and the angel he carved as a young man, while she’s being courted by two very different men.
Sunday, November 29, 9/8c — The Christmas Note (HMM)
Jamie-Lynn Sigler plays a military mom on her own with her son for the holidays who returns to her hometown and falls into a mystery with her neighbor, who’s looking for her long-lost sibling. Leah Gibson (The Returned) and Greg Vaughan co-star.
Holiday programming kicks off tonight on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries at 9/8c with last year’s The Christmas Secret. Hallmark Channel starts its lineup tonight at midnight/11 c with The Most Wonderful Time of the Year.
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