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Hallmark Holiday Movies 2019

Here’s the 2019 Hallmark Holiday Movies schedule so you won’t miss any free movies they show on television this year! Countdown to Christmas has begun!

hallmark christmas moviesAre you a sucker for Hallmark Holiday Movies on television every year?? Me too! I look forward to the watching classic Christmas movies each year with my girls, and original tear jerkers on the Hallmark Channel too are so good! Here is the 2018 Hallmark movie schedule you can use as reference. (originally published 12/15, updated each year)

Why is the Hallmark Christmas movies list so great?

  • Movies are free to watch!
  • They get you in the mood for the holiday season.
  • Hallmark movies always have a great message.
  • They are all family friendly holiday movies appropriate for the whole family.
  • There’s always something new.

I love the free part because going to the movies can be expensive when you have a family of 5, and when it is cold or snowy outside the last thing I want to do is get out of my jammies!

  1. Here’s a printable Christmas movies list so you don’t miss any of the classics.


I love snuggling up in the living room with my kids and watching Hallmark holiday movies in the comfort of my own home with hot cocoa and popcorn in hand, right??!!

All premieres are at 8 p.m. ET/PT

  • Saturday, October 26: “Christmas Wishes & Mistletoe Kisses”
  • Saturday, November 2: “Merry & Bright”
  • Sunday, November 3: “Christmas Scavenger Hunt”
  • Saturday, November 9: “A Christmas Duet”
  • Sunday, November 10: “The Mistletoe Secret”
  • Saturday, November 16: “Double Holiday”
  • Sunday, November 17: “The Christmas Club”
  • Saturday, November 23: “Picture a Perfect Christmas”
  • Sunday, November 24: “Christmas at Graceland: Home for the Holidays”
  • Monday, November 25: “Check Inn to Christmas”
  • Tuesday, November 26: “A Gift to Remember 2”
  • Wednesday, November 27: “Sense, Sensibility & Snowmen”
  • Thursday, November 28: “Write Before Christmas”
  • Friday, November 29: “Christmas at the Plaza”
  • Saturday, November 30: “Christmas in Rome”
  • Sunday, December 1: “Christmas Town”
  • Saturday, December 7: Hallmark Hall of Fame “A Christmas Love Story”
  • Sunday, December 8: “Christmas at Dollywood”
  • Saturday, December 14: “Christmas in Evergreen: Tidings of Joy”
  • Sunday, December 15: “Alice in Christmasland”
  • Saturday, December 21: “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas”
  • Sunday, December 22: “Holiday Date”
  • Wednesday, December 25: “When Calls the Heart Christmas”
  • Saturday, December 28: “New Year, New Me”



All premieres are at 9 p.m. ET/PT

Friday, October 25: “A Merry Christmas Match”
Stars: Ashley Newbrough (“Privileged”) and Kyle Dean Massey (“Nashville”)

Thursday, October 31: “Nostalgic Christmas”
Stars: Brooke D’Orsay (“Royal Pains”) and Trevor Donovan (“Sun Records”)

Friday, November 1: “Two Turtle Doves”
Stars: Nikki DeLoach (“Awkward”) and Michael Rady (“Timeless”)

Thursday, November 7: “A Blue Ridge Mountain Christmas”
Stars: Rachael Leigh Cook (She’s All That) and Benjamin Ayres (“Suits”)

Friday, November 8: “Holiday for Heroes”
Stars: Marc Blucas (“The Fix”), Melissa Claire Egan (“The Young and the Restless”) and Patti Murin (“Chicago Med”)

Thursday, November 14: “A Christmas Miracle”
Stars: Tamera Mowry – Housley (“The Real”), Brooks Darnell (“The Young and the Restless”) and Barry Bostwick (“Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce”)

Friday, November 15: “A Godwink Christmas: Meant For Love” from Executive Producers Kathie Lee Gifford, SQuire Rushnell and Louise DuArt
Stars: Kathie Lee Gifford (“Then Came You”), Cindy Busby (“Date My Dad”) and Ben Hollingsworth (“Code Black”)

Thursday, November 21: “Our Christmas Love Song”
Stars: Alicia Witt (“Nashville”)

Friday, November 22: “Christmas Under the Stars”
Stars: Jesse Metcalfe (“Desperate Housewives”), Autumn Reeser (“The Arrangement”) and Clarke Peters (“The Wire”)

Friday, November 29: “The Christmas Wish”
Stars: Ashley Williams (“How I Met Your Mother”) and Paul Campbell (“Spun Out”)

Thursday, December 5: “This Time of Year”
Stars: Laura Osnes (“Elementary”) and Stephen Huszar (“Ruby Herring Mysteries”)

Friday, December 6: “Time for You to Come Home for Christmas” from Executive Producer Blake Shelton

Thursday, December 12: “Christmas in Montana”
Stars: TBD

Friday, December 13: “Angel Falls: A Novel Holiday”
Stars: Jen Lilley (“Days of Our Lives”) and Carlo Marks (“Smallville”)

Thursday, December 19: “An Unforgettable Christmas”
Stars: Ashley Greene (Twilight)

Friday, December 20: “A Family Christmas Gift”
Stars: Holly Robinson Peete (“21 Jump Street”), Patti LaBelle (“Star”), and Dion Johnstone (“Star Falls”)

You can also take a list of the 2019 25 Days of Christmas Movie Schedule too so you’ll have a lot of free holiday movies to choose from.

Looking for other fun or free Christmas movies and activities??

  1. Make some crockpot hot apple cider when you’re watching your Christmas movies on tv.
  2. Here are a bunch of free holiday printables like Christmas bingo and word searches.
  3. For fun create a night before Christmas box for your kids!

You can find more about the Hallmark Christmas movies and they’re channel here, enjoy!

Do you have something else we should add to our list? Let us know!

This is what was on the schedule in 2018!

Hallmark Holiday Movies


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Thank you! Do they have a Countdown to Christmas sheet for this year that I could easily print?

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