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Christmas movies showing on the Hallmark Channel in 2014…

*date/times are subject to change -all times shown in Eastern*
(Last updated on 10/27/14)

Friday, October 31, 2014

Saturday, November 1, 2014

  • 12:00am – Christmas With Holly
  • 2:00am – Farewell Mr. Kringle
  • 4:00am – Mistletoe Over Manhattan
  • 6:00am – A Boyfriend for Christmas
  • 8:00am – Farewell Mr. Kringle
  • 10:00am – Christmas Magic
  • 12:00pm – Christmas With Holly
  • 2:00pm – Hitched for the Holidays
  • 4:00pm – A Princess for Christmas
  • 6:00pm – A Bride for Christmas
  • 8:00pm – One Starry Christmas
  • 10:00pm – A Boyfriend for Christmas

Sunday, November 2, 2014

  • 12:00am – Mistletoe Over Manhattan
  • 6:00am – Christmas Magic
  • 8:00am – The Thanksgiving House
  • 10:00am – Help for the Holidays
  • 12:00pm – A Bride for Christmas
  • 2:00pm – One Starry Christmas
  • 4:00pm – The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
  • 6:00pm – The Christmas Ornament
  • 8:00pm – Angels Sing
  • 10:00pm – Fir Crazy

Monday, November 3, 2014

  • 12:00am – Help for the Holidays
  • 2:00am – The Thanksgiving House
  • 4:00am – Love at the Thanksgiving Day Parade
  • 6:00am – Once Upon A Christmas
  • 8:00am – Twice Upon A Christmas
  • 2:00pm - Love at the Thanksgiving Day Parade
  • 4:00pm – Hats Off to Christmas!
  • 6:00pm – Fir Crazy
  • 8:00pm – Window Wonderland
  • 10:00pm - Naughty or Nice (2012)

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Thursday, November 6, 2014

  • 12:00am – Christmas Dance
  • 2:00am – The Christmas Pageant
  • 4:00am – A Christmas Wedding Tail
  • 6:00am – Christmas Dance
  • 8:00am – Three Wise Women
  • 2:00pm – Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus
  • 4:00pm – Meet the Santas
  • 6:00pm – Snow Bride
  • 8:00pm – One Starry Christmas
  • 10:00pm – The Christmas Spirit

Friday, November 7, 2014

  • 12:00am – Catch a Christmas Star
  • 2:00am – Three Wise Women
  • 4:00am – It’s Christmas Carol!
  • 6:00am – The Dog Who Saved Christmas
  • 8:00am – Snow Bride
  • 2:00pm – The Christmas Spirit
  • 4:00pm – Annie Claus is Coming to Town
  • 6:00pm – The Thanksgiving House
  • 8:00pm – Let It Snow
  • 10:00pm – Angels Sing

Saturday, November 8, 2014

  • 12:00am – Hats Off to Christmas!
  • 2:00am – It’s Christmas, Carol!
  • 4:00am – Let It Snow
  • 6:00am – Santa Switch
  • 8:00am – Annie Claus is Coming to Town
  • 10:00am – The Thanksgiving House
  • 12:00pm – One Starry Christmas
  • 2:00pm – A Holiday Engagement
  • 4:00pm – Angels Sing
  • 6:00pm – Hats Off to Christmas!
  • 8:00pm – The Nine Lives of Christmas
  • 10:00pm – Matchmaker Santa

Sunday, November 9, 2014

  • 12:00am – Moonlight & Mistletoe
  • 2:00am – Santa Switch
  • 4:00am – One Starry Christmas
  • 6:00am – Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus
  • 8:00am – Meet the Santas
  • 10:00am – A Holiday Engagement
  • 12:00pm – Moonlight & Mistletoe
  • 2:00pm – The Nine Lives of Christmas
  • 4:00pm – Matchmaker Santa
  • 6:00pm – A Very Merry Mix-Up
  • 8:00pm – A Cookie Cutter Christmas
  • 10:00pm – A Princess for Christmas

Monday, November 10, 2014

  • 12:00am – All I Want for Christmas
  • 2:00am – Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus
  • 4:00am – Meet the Santas
  • 8:00am – A Princess for Christmas
  • 2:00pm - A Very Merry Mix-Up
  • 6:00pm – Mistletoe Over Manhattan
  • 8:00pm – All I Want for Christmas
  • 10:00pm – Christmas Magic

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

  • 12:00am – Farewell Mr. Kringle
  • 2:00am – The Christmas pageant
  • 4:00am – The Santa Incident
  • 6:00am – Catch a Christmas Star
  • 8:00am – Mistletoe Over Manhattan
  • 2:00pm – The Christmas pageant
  • 4:00pm – Farewell Mr. Kringle
  • 6:00pm – Christmas Magic
  • 8:00pm – Angels Sing
  • 10:00pm – A Bride for Christmas

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

  • 12:00am – The Thanksgiving House
  • 2:00am – Catch a Christmas Star
  • 4:00am – Angels Sing
  • 6:00am – Baby’s First Christmas
  • 8:00am – The Santa Suit
  • 2:00pm – The Thanksgiving House
  • 4:00pm – A Bride for Christmas
  • 6:00pm – Fir Crazy
  • 8:00pm – The Christmas Ornament
  • 10:00pm – A Princess for Christmas

Thursday, November 13, 2014

  • 12:00am – Baby’s First Christmas
  • 2:00am – The Santa Suit
  • 4:00am – Fir Crazy
  • 6:00am – Lucky Christmas
  • 8:00am – The Christmas Ornament
  • 2:00pm – Christmas Song
  • 4:00pm – Pete’s Christmas
  • 6:00pm – A Princess for Christmas
  • 8:00pm – A Cookie Cutter Christmas
  • 10:00pm – Moonlight & Mistletoe

Friday, November 14, 2014

  • 12:00am – Love at the Thanksgiving Day parade
  • 2:00am – Christmas Song
  • 4:00am – Lucky Christmas
  • 6:00am – Moonlight & Mistletoe
  • 8:00am – One Starry Christmas
  • 2:00pm – Love at the Thanksgiving Day Parade
  • 4:00pm – The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
  • 6:00pm – Naughty or Nice (2012)
  • 8:00pm – The Nine Lives of Christmas
  • 10:00pm – Debbie Macomber’s Call Me Mrs. Miracle

Saturday, November 15, 2014

  • 12:00am – The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
  • 2:00am – One Starry Christmas
  • 4:00am – Debbie Macomber’s Trading Christmas
  • 6:00am – Debbie Macomber’s Mrs. Miracle
  • 8:00am – Debbie Macomber’s Call Me Mrs. Miracle
  • 10:00am – Naughty or Nice (2012)
  • 12:00pm – The Nine Lives of Christmas
  • 2:00pm – Debbie Macomber’s Trading Christmas
  • 4:00pm – Help for the Holidays
  • 6:00pm – Let It Snow
  • 8:00pm - Northpole
  • 10:00pm – A Bride for Christmas

Sunday, November 16, 2014

  • 12:00am – Finding Christmas
  • 2:00am – Debbie Macomber’s Mrs. Miracle
  • 4:00am – Help for the Holidays
  • 6:00am – Finding Christmas
  • 8:00am – Christmas With Holly
  • 10:00am – Let It Snow
  • 12:00pm – A Cookie Cutter Christmas
  • 2:00pm – Northpole
  • 4:00pm – A Bride for Christmas
  • 6:00pm – A Boyfriend for Christmas
  • 8:00pm - Angels and Ornaments
  • 10:00pm – Christmas With Holly

Monday, November 17, 2014

  • 12:00am – Hitched for the Holidays
  • 2:00am – Snow Bride
  • 4:00am – A Boyfriend for Christmas
  • 6:00am – Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus
  • 8:00am – A Family Thanksgiving
  • 2:00pm – Snow Bride
  • 4:00pm – Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus
  • 6:00pm – Meet the Santas
  • 8:00pm – Hitched for the Holidays
  • 10:00pm – The Christmas Spirit

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

  • 12:00am – Santa Switch
  • 2:00am – A Family Thanksgiving
  • 4:00am – A Christmas Wedding Tail
  • 6:00am – Once Upon A Christmas
  • 8:00am – Three Wise Women
  • 2:00pm – Meet the Santas
  • 4:00pm – The Christmas Spirit
  • 6:00pm – A Cookie Cutter Christmas
  • 8:00pm – The Nine Lives of Christmas
  • 10:00pm – All I Want for Christmas

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

  • 12:00am – A Holiday Engagement
  • 2:00am – Three Wise Women
  • 4:00am – Once Upon A Christmas
  • 6:00am – A Carol Christmas
  • 8:00am – Window Wonderland
  • 2:00pm – It’s Christmas, Carol!
  • 4:00pm – All I Want for Christmas
  • 6:00pm – A Holiday Engagement
  • 8:00pm – Let It Snow
  • 10:00pm – A Very Merry Mix-Up

Thursday, November 20, 2014

  • 12:00am – Window Wonderland
  • 2:00am – Eve’s Christmas
  • 4:00am – Twice Upon A Christmas
  • 6:00am – It’s Christmas, Carol!
  • 8:00am – The Santa Incident
  • 2:00pm – Eve’s Christmas
  • 4:00pm – Let It Snow
  • 6:00pm – A Very Merry Mix-Up
  • 8:00pm – A Boyfriend for Christmas
  • 10:00pm – The Nine Lives for Christmas

Friday, November 21, 2014

  • 12:00am – The Santa Incident
  • 2:00am – Twice Upon A Christmas
  • 4:00am – Matchmaker
  • 6:00am – A Diva’s Christmas Carol
  • 8:00am – The Christmas Pageant
  • 2:00pm – Snow Bride
  • 4:00pm – A Boyfriend for Christmas
  • 6:00pm – Matchmaker Santa
  • 8:00pm – Northpole
  • 10:00pm – Angels and Ornaments

Saturday, November 22, 2014

  • 12:00am – Snow Bride
  • 2:00am – A Diva’s Christmas Carol
  • 4:00am – The Christmas pageant
  • 6:00am – The Thanksgiving House
  • 8:00am – Christmas Dance
  • 10:00am – Mistletoe Over Manhattan
  • 12:00pm – Northpole
  • 2:00pm – A Cookie Cutter Christmas
  • 4:00pm – Hitched for the Holidays
  • 6:00pm - A Royal Christmas
  • 10:00pm – Christmas Magic

Sunday, November 23, 2014

  • 12:00am – The Thanksgiving House
  • 2:00am – The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
  • 4:00am – Fir Crazy
  • 6:00am – Mistletoe Over Manhattan
  • 8:00am – Hitched for the Holidays
  • 10:00am – A Princess for Christmas
  • 12:00pm – Angels and Ornaments
  • 2:00pm – A Royal Christmas
  • 4:00pm – Christmas Magic
  • 6:00pm – The Christmas Ornament
  • 8:00pm - The Christmas Shepherd
  • 10:00pm – The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

  • 12:00am – Debbie Macomber’s Call Me. Mrs. Miracle
  • 2:00am – Debbie Macomber’s Trading Christmas
  • 4:00am – Christmas Song
  • 6:00am – Santa Switch
  • 8:00am – A Boyfriend for Christmas
  • 4:00pm – Moonlight & Mistletoe
  • 6:00pm – Fir Crazy
  • 8:00pm – Naughty or Nice (2012)
  • 10:00pm – Hats Off to Christmas!

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

  • 2:00am – Moonlight & Mistletoe
  • 4:00am – Love at the Thanksgiving Day Parade
  • 6:00am – Naughty or Nice (2012)
  • 8:00am – Fir Crazy
  • 2:00pm – Hats Off to Christmas!
  • 4:00pm – Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus
  • 6:00pm – Meet the Santas
  • 8:00pm – Angels and Ornaments
  • 10:00pm – The Christmas Shepherd

Thursday, November 27, 2014

  • 12:00am – A Cookie Cutter Christmas
  • 2:00am – Love at the Thanksgiving Day Parade
  • 4:00am – The Thanksgiving House
  • 6:00am – Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus
  • 8:00am – Meet the Santas
  • 10:00am – Jingle All the Way (2011)
  • 10:30am – Jingle and Bell’s Christmas Star
  • 11:00am – Jingle All the Way (2011)
  • 11:30am – Jingle and Bell’s Christmas Star
  • 12:00pm – Angels and Ornaments
  • 2:00pm – A Cookie Cutter Christmas
  • 4:00pm – The Thanksgiving House
  • 6:00pm – The Christmas Shepherd
  • 8:00pm – Northpole
  • 10:00pm – A Royal Christmas

Friday, November 28, 2014

  • 12:00am – A Princess for Christmas
  • 2:00am – The Christmas Ornament
  • 4:00am – Mistletoe Over Manhattan
  • 6:00am – Lucky Christmas
  • 8:00am – Annie Claus is Coming to Town
  • 10:00am – Finding Christmas
  • 12:00pm – Mistletoe Over Manhattan
  • 2:00pm – A Carol Christmas
  • 4:00pm – A Princess for Christmas
  • 6:00pm – Angels Sing
  • 8:00pm – A Bride for Christmas
  • 10:00pm – The Christmas Ornament

Saturday, November 29, 2014

  • 12:00am – Annie Claus is Coming to Town
  • 2:00am – Finding Christmas
  • 4:00am – Lucky Christmas
  • 6:00am – Farewell Mr. Kringle
  • 8:00am – Angels Sing
  • 10:00am – A Bride for Christmas
  • 12:00pm – A Royal Christmas
  • 2:00pm – The Christmas Shepherd
  • 4:00pm – Naughty or Nice (2012)
  • 6:00pm – A Very Merry Mix-Up
  • 8:00pm - Christmas Under Wraps
  • 10:00pm – Let It Snow

Sunday, November 30, 2014

  • 12:00am – Christmas With Holly
  • 2:00am – Farewell Mr. Kringle
  • 4:00am – Naughty or Nice (2012)
  • 6:00am – The Santa Suit
  • 8:00am – Snow Bride
  • 10:00am – A Very Merry Mix-Up
  • 12:00pm – Let It Snow
  • 2:00pm – Christmas Under Wraps
  • 4:00pm – Christmas With Holly
  • 6:00pm – Northpole
  • 10:00pm – Snow Bride

Saturday, December 6, 2014

Sunday, December 7, 2014

Saturday, December 13, 2014

Sunday, December 14, 2014

What channel is Hallmark Channel?

DirecTV – Channel 312

DISH Network – Channel 185

Available on most cable networks. Check with your local provider for channel.



116 Responses to Hallmark Channel

  1. Andelyn says:

    I sure hope you will be playing more Christmas movies than is now showing-my family is tied to the Hallmark Channel throughout the holidays just waiting on those movies-that goes for aunts, uncles, grandparents, and cousins……I would hate to see only one or two Christmas movies throughout the week and less than a handful on weekends……

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      I am sure more will be added to the schedule as we get closer to November. The Hallmark Channel typically plays Christmas movies most of the day, every day of the week throughout the holiday season. Our family looks forward to it too :)

  2. Brooke says:

    I really wish that you would add the movie, One Magic Christmas, to this list! Yes, it’s an older Christmas movie but one of my favorites!!

    • Gabby says:

      AGREED!! Its my favorite and it never comes on. And when its does its some random hour and I only catch a min of it.

    • Sarah says:

      Yes! One Magic Christmas is my fave!!! I want my kids to see it, and the movie stores only have it on VHS! PLEASE!!!!!!

  3. Penny says:

    Please add A Diva’s Christmas Carol tp your line up. I’ve only seen it on VH1, but it would be great to see it here also.

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      @Penny – I know A Diva’s Christmas Carol was shown on Lifetime last year, not sure who will have rights to air it this year.

  4. Nancy says:

    Our family loves the Christmas movies, thanks for sharing them, but hope some of the regular evening program like Fraiser, Golden Girls, etc. will still be shown. We love them, too!

    Hallmark rocks for ALL of its’ programming!

  5. Patti Setzler says:

    I too watch the Christmas movies as soon as they start showing them. I am so thrilled to see such a variety of movies that I had never seen or heard of. Hallmark Channel has an assortment of great movies all throughout the year. The sooner the better

  6. Vanessa P says:

    My favorite Cgristmas movies are Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus and Meet the Santas. Please add them to the Christmas movie line-up.

  7. Nicole K says:

    I LOVE watching christmas movies and I hope Hallmark ads some older movies to the line up that I love like:
    the night they saved christmas
    santa clause
    ernest saves christmas
    christmas every day

  8. Debra Sammons says:

    Would love to see the old Christmas Movies: The Bishop’s Wife, A BoyFriend For Christmas, Prancer, Jack Frost, i love Hallmark and can’t wait for the Christmas Movies to begin.

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      Hi Debra – I know The Bishop’s Wife will air this season on TCM (Turner Classic Movies), and ABC Family will be playing Jack Frost. We will let you know about the others as soon as we know if they will be on TV this year :)

  9. Penny O'Donnell says:

    I love the Christmas movies. I hope to see the one about the little girl who lives in a hotel and “fixes” everything. Can’t remember the name, but it was so cute.”A Princess For Christmas” is one of my favorites. Thank-you!

  10. Penny O'Donnell says:

    P.S. Julie Andrews is in the movie that I mentioned.

  11. joyce sells says:

    I cant wait every year for the christmas movies to come on. I noticed three of my favorite movies wasnt included yet in the schelude when angels come to town and eloise movies and the music box . I Would appreciate it if you could include these favorites a few times to accommate my work schelude.Thank you so much love the hallmark chanel all year long. A devoted watcher

  12. susan M. says:

    What about A Family Thankgiving on 11/13 Tuesday at 2:00p.m. on HALLHD(1122)….

  13. Pj says:

    Do you know if Hallmark will be showing An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving? I love that movie. It was on several times last year. Thank You.

  14. Elaine says:

    Please give me Perry Mason in the afternoon as a break from some
    of the movies.I like the movies too. But sometimes enough is enough.

  15. Diane says:

    I love the Hallmark movies. However, since I am now wearing hearing aids I have difficulty hearing the dialogue because the background music is so loud. My hearing aids have several settings so I can block out background sounds, but this doesn’t work to block out mechanical noise. Does anyone else have this problem? I wonder if there is a way to let the producers know that the background noise can be distracting to some.

  16. cindi says:

    Is Christmas in Canaan going to be on anytime soon?

  17. Vegac says:

    I just love all these Christmas movies and I would love to see them all on DVD!

  18. Tara says:

    I really really hate that the only times you play The Santa Suit are at 2am and 6am! PLEASE show it at a time I’ll actually be awake! It’s definitely one of your better ones. There are others you show over and over and over again that aren’t nearly as good. (except Moonlight and Mistletoe, you’re allowed to show that one over and over again because it’s great and I never get tired of it) You really should have more of these available for purchase. Thanks!

  19. louise says:

    Are you going to repeat Love’s Christmas Journey, Part 2 any time soon? I missed Part 2 and would love to know how it ends.

  20. Tara says:

    Whatever happened to that Christmas in Canaan movie? I like all of your older Christmas movies better than the new ones from this year.

    P.S. Does anyone know where I can watch the old Christmas movie called The Christmas List? I can’t find it anywhere and no one ever shows it anymore. It was a great movie.

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      Tara – The Christmas List was aired a few times during he month of December on ABC Family. Hopefully they air it again next year :)

  21. Vickey Pitts says:

    Love the Christmas movies….makes my holiday!!!! Love The Christmas Card…There was a movie called Christmas in my Hometown??? Never see that one anymore????

    • Debi Miller says:

      The movie is most often shown under the title of Holiday for Love. Don’t know why they change the titles or why they make new movies with the same titles of older movies. Gets confusing.

  22. Nancy Ewell says:

    Last year I missed several Hallmark Christmas movies because I didn’t realize they started the first of November, boy, was I sad!
    But this year I’m ready!! Can’t wait for all the wonderful Christmas love stories. The Christmas Card is one of my favorites.

    Thanks for making the Christmas season movies the icing on the cake!!

  23. Sheri says:

    So glad to see this is back. I love the holiday’s. I do hope that Hallmark continues the holiday programs through January as in the past.

  24. cyndi says:

    Why doesn’t the christmas shoes air anymore?

  25. susan comte says:

    we absolutely look forward to the Christmas movies every year. our favorites are The Christmas Card, A Christmas Visitor and The Mrs. Miracle movies. But we really like all of them. Than you for having such good, clean family entertainment.

  26. salome says:

    I so love the hallmark channel Christmas skedule…thanks for doing it big each year …just by looking at the movies brings the sprit of Xmas in my home….my fav is…a princess for Xmas and its the.most wonderful time of the year ….

  27. Betty Miller says:

    I could not wait until the Hallmark count down till Christmas started. I started watching them early Saturday morning and will be watching them all week. I just love these movies. The Christmas Card is my favorite.

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  29. B. Hall says:

    The Hallmark Channel is my favorite channel. If I could it would
    be my only channel. The movies are clean family entertainment.
    The Hallmark movies are like a warm blanket on a cold night.
    This will be my first holiday all alone. Watching these Christmas
    movies will be like having my family. I love all Hallmark movies.

  30. Brenda says:

    I look forward to Hallmark Christmas movies every season. I truly wish you would air “A grandpa for Christmas” I love that movie!

  31. Desiree says:

    Has hallmark consider to make a collection of DVD Christmas movies? That is for each year collections? My family of 6 which includes 16yr, 14yr, 12yr, and a 5yr old just love your movies. So do I and my husband. The movies are so wholesome and have great lessons. Thanks to all the Hallmark family for bringing in so great actors from the big screen.

  32. Pamela says:

    I was looking at your schedule and I don’t see some of the older Christmas Movies like I’ll be home for Christmas. or A Holiday Romance or A dog named Christmas I see you have Fallen Angel on at 2 am only on one day a lot of us like those older movies too and I feel you should make room for them in your Christmas Movie schedule Sincerely

  33. Carol says:

    Please put on the movie -Christmas Shoes-.

  34. Natalie says:

    I love all the Christmas movies but with dvr its not necessary to repeat movies over and over again,it drives me nuts, some sort of break from Christmas movies would be nice as well. Is anyone going to be showing A Smokey Mountain Christmas? I love Single Santa and Meet the Santas it would be nice if they were shown together or at least in order..Meet the Santas has already been before Single Santa geeze.

    • Eva says:

      I’m so glad that a movie airs more than once, because other channels (such as Lifetime) are airing Christmas movies the same time as some of the Hallmark movies. This gives me an opportunity to catch them all.

  35. Brett says:

    Where Is the Movie The Town That Christmas Forgot? That was a Great Movie.

  36. Cass says:

    Please do not play Christmas movies all day long.
    I enjoy the late night line up with golden girls and Frasier
    Can you play holiday movies on the hallmark movie channel for those that want to watch Christmas movies all day long for the next 3 months? Then the rest of us can watch the usual line up. Thank you

  37. Carol says:

    Thanks for providing the wonderful holiday movies. I was hoping that a movie which Angela Landsbury starred in as Mrs. Clause would be in your line up this year. I believe it first aired on TV in the early 1990s, but I do recall that it is Hallmark movie with the simple title, Mrs. Clause. Any chance it will be on the air soon?

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      Hi Carol, Mrs. Santa Claus with Angela Lansbury has aired this week on the Hallmark Movie Channel. It is scheduled to air again tomorrow (Thursday November 14th) on HMC.

  38. deb says:

    wish you play some of the older favorites more like The Ultimate Gift the Three Gifts, Seasons of Miracles, November Christmas, When angels come to town. If they do play them how about not at 2 or 4 AM I could to stand a few of the ones they play repeatedly during waking hours. I really like A christmas card, The Visitor, Fallen Angel (I think), and the Debbie Malcombers, Santa Suit, and of course Eloise. Also the once upon Christmas’s.

  39. Cindy Lewis says:

    I s there anyway that u could play “Christmas Shoes”? Love that movie!

  40. JJaaJJ says:

    I’M SO SICK OF ALL THESE CHRISTMAS SHOWS!! I can barely fall asleep at night because Frazier and The Golden Girls aren’t on. Guess that’s why you don’t allow yourself to get dependent on something. Christmas shows DON’T have to be 24 hours a day! Ain’t that much Christmas in the whole world!! There aren’t any kids up at 10:00 watching xmas movies.

  41. Eva says:

    Each year around this time (November), I can hardly wait until the Hallmark (and Lifetime) original Christmas movies show. It makes my heart sing. These movies are so heartwarming and really puts you in the holiday mood. I have become a Hallmark Channel “junkie” — I’m hooked. Hallmark (and Lifetime), keep on bringing us those original movies (any time of the year).

  42. Tenecia says:

    I so love the Hallmark Channel especially at Christmas time. I moved this year and unfortunately, the new plan I subscribed to assured me they offered the Hallmark channel, but after installation and later calling them as I did not see it on my directory as part of my package, I was informed they ended their contract over three years ago. I was sick and so disappointed as the stations I currently have do not even compare to the Hallmark Channel. I am so tempted, against my spouses discouragement, to pay the $150 cancellation fee and re-subscribe to another provider that carries the Hallmark Channel. I feel lost and sad and the holidays will not be the same without you. My favorite movies are “Love At the Thanksgiving Day Parade” which was showing on my moving day and I missed, “Matchmaker Santa” and “Finding a boyfriend for Christmas”. Of course there are a million others. I just want to say thank you for making Christmas magical and keep making the wonderful line up of warm, wholesome Christmas movies many of us enjoy sharing with friends, family and love ones.

    • ld says:

      When will 2013 Christmas movies be availabke for purchase on Dvd ????(example would be.Hat off for Christmas..)

      • Mrs. Claus says:

        @ld – Hallmark typically puts out new releases around September/October. Not every new movie makes it to DVD right away though. We will start listing new releases as they come out under “NEW TO DVD” in the top menu :)

        • Audrey says:

          I am hoping ‘Snow Bride’ and ‘Let it Snow’ both go to DVD soon……I;ve been waiting since they aired on TV during the 2013 Christmas lineup! Any idea when they will be released to purchase on DVD? Many thanks! By the way, I watch Christmas movies ALL YEAR LONG!!!!

  43. Deb says:

    Why aren’t any of the stations showing Borrowed Hearts? I love that movie. I bought it a few years ago but someone stole it.

  44. Suki says:

    I would like to know why Hallmark is not showing The Christmas Shoes. That is one of my favorite made for T.V. movies.

  45. Beth says:

    Thank you for showing such a good variety of favorites this year. I have a few requests if possible. Borrowed Hearts, Christmas List, Christmas Shoes and the original Miracle on 34th Street. I know that all of these may not be yours but I thought I’d ask just in case.

  46. Cici says:

    What happened to A Dog Named Christmas. It was one of the best movies. Haven’t seen this year. Instead of replaying all the other Christmas movies over and over again, you have a great movie shut away and it is a good one. Up date your schedule and insert A Dog Named Christmas! What a unique and cost effective way to “shake things up” a bit.

  47. DG says:

    Yes – one of the ALL-TIME best Christmas Movies “The Christmas Shoes” – and you are not showing it??? What’s up with that??? OMG!

  48. llc says:

    Is there a music soundtrack available for the movie To Catch a Christmas Star?

  49. Anonymous says:

    Please Please Please play the Golden Girls during the Holiday lineup! Please! : )

  50. Can not wait until Hallmark start’s showing their Christmas shows
    I wish that it was time now they have the best shows I know that it is only may but I am still ready!

  51. denise says:

    Catch a Christmas Star is my new all time favorite. I really hope it comes
    back this year. Shannon Elizabeth was wonderful.

  52. Debbie says:

    I love The Christmas Card. I don’t see it listed for July. Is it going to be shown?

  53. Debbie says:

    I love The Christmas Card. I don’t see it listed. Is it going to be shown?

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      Hi Debbie, The Christmas Card is going to be shown on the Hallmark Movie Channel which is different from the regular Hallmark Channel.

  54. cobhie says:

    Is everyone at Hallmark on vacation? ??? Why are they showing complete reruns from christmas time including the commercials? ?? Is Over thing to show Christmas movies in July, but seems like they just put in a reel/disc or whatever from November 2013??? I luv Christmas movies but this is kinda screwy

  55. Joni says:

    My family loves all the christmas movie but when will the movies go to DVD?
    Some of the newer movies…

  56. LINDA says:


    • Mrs. Claus says:

      Hi Linda, we hope they air it this year too. Really wish they’d release it on DVD! One of our favorites.

  57. Catherine S. says:

    I would LOVE to see Christmas Shoes and Christmas Blessing on your network this coming Christmas. Love your channel and all your Christmas movies!

  58. carolyn smith says:

    i love hallmark movies the new ones are great. but i love some of the older ones to like grandpa for christmas , romanace for christmas and differance kind of christmas and angel in the family which you added to the list thank you for all the wonderful movies old and new

  59. Annie says:

    I was so upset that I missed “The Christmas Card”. :-( and I am very sorry that my week long Christmas in July is over too. Can’t wait to see when the line up for 2014 come out. Does anyone know? It would be nice if they sold a collection of all the shows. Good Job Hallmark for keeping the spirit around. I personally love the July and count down and trust me I will be counting down come October 31st.

  60. margo helms says:

    love the Christmas movies…all of them…czn’t wait for Oct. 31…love this channel..keep up the good work comercials and all..watched all week this July on taped movies..couldn’t wait to get home to watch

  61. Patti Setzler says:

    I was so thrilled wuth the Christmas in July programing. I don’t care what time of year it is this brings me such joy. Thank you so Much for doing this. Looking forward to the upcoming season.

  62. Tina says:

    Hi!! Love the Christmas movies. Do you know by any chance when or if Matchmaker Santa and Our First Christmas will ever come out on DVD?? I love watching Christmas movies throughout the year and would love to add them to my collection. They seem to bring ones out that I don’t like as much. Why?? Please let me know. Thank you!!

  63. I and my family love the Hallmark channel movies all year around but really, really enjoy the Christmas &Thanksgiving holiday movies. Please never quit having the Hallmark Movie channel. It is the best for families and those like me who love a good movie. Also Home and Family is excellent.

  64. Sue says:

    Please, please, please don’t play Christmas movies for almost two months like you did last year. I thought I would scream. This is such a great channel, but not all Christmas for soooo long. I love Christmas, but starting a couple weeks before Christmas is plenty. I and my friends have to go to network tv in the evenings.

  65. peggy j says:

    Please play Undercover Christmas this year. Love it!!! Thank you!

  66. Rosalie says:

    if I had my way, the hallmark movie channel would be nothing but movies. I get real tired of all those filler series that are on like Fraser and Golden Girls they’re just reruns. I’d rather have movie rerun than anything else.I can hardly wait until the holiday movies begin. I wish it was earlier than November the first. And bring such a warm feeling to our family

  67. Cheri says:

    I can’t wait to start watching the Holiday Movies. The list looks great so far and am excited to see the new movies coming out. I would like to see “The Night they saved Christmas”, “Ms. Scrooge” and “It’ happened Once Christmas” make the line up this year. Haven’t seen them in a long time.

  68. Lisa says:

    My daughter and i just love the countdown to Christmas movies. We have so many favorites and look forward to the list to be sure we see them all. The only complaint we have is that there are so many wonderful older Christmas movies that are never played and the same newer ones seem to be played over and over again. Some great ones are “One Special NIght”
    One Magic Christmas, even some of the classics like a A Christmas Carol w/ George C. Scott or A Miracle on 34th Street. Please dig deep in the archives and see if we can get more of a variety. Just love your channel!!!

  69. Anna says:

    Please show The Christmas List.

  70. Ppatricia says:

    I will have to turn off the Hallmark channel until after January. How sad!!!

  71. Ann says:

    I’m disappointed. Just checked the schedule and CHRISTMAS CARD was not listed.That has to be a big disappointment.

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      Hi Ann, I think The Christmas Card will be airing on the Hallmark Movie Channel this year. This is a different channel than the regular Hallmark Channel.

  72. jim chapman says:

    will you please include the following movies
    1ulimate gigt
    2christmas card
    3if at all possible thanks

  73. Jess says:

    Are you serious? Christmas 24/hrs/day for 2-1/2 months? I agree with the other posts about too much nauseatingly sweet Christmas movies for too long. I won’t be watching any of them because the movies feature “actors” no one has ever heard of and the theme of each movie is so disgustingly insipid it makes me physically ill to think about it. How did you get sponsors for this debacle? Well, you can tell your sponsors that you just lost a viewer because you can count Hallmark Channel off my list of channels to watch in the future. Obviously not that you care, but you have lost me as a viewer forever!

  74. LuvChristmas says:

    I may have miscounted, but I think I tallied about 56 movies (including the brand new ones) on the schedule so far, give or take a few! I’m sure that other titles will pop up in the remaining days of the Countdown. (And there are something like 43 or 48 holiday movies schedule to air on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, from what their video promo stated.) For those who complain that Hallmark shows the “same 5 movies over and over again,” they are way off base in their calculations and must not even be watching any of them to come to that conclusion. There are a lot of movies to run between the 2 channels.

    Mrs. Claus — Thank you for keeping up with the schedule (even though it is likely to change, given Hallmark’s habit of changing their schedules after they have already been posted somewhere!), and keeping us all informed. I am sooooooo excited to see what is already lined up to air — all of my favorites are on the list so far, and I’m sure they will pop up again before the Countdown is over.

    I think that Hallmark posted on its Facebook page a while back that the new Anne Heche Hall of Fame movie — “One Christmas Eve” — will air on 11/30 on the Hallmark Channel. So that’s one more new movie for us!

    I am crossing my fingers that the schedule is not going to be changed again (“The Christmas Shepherd” was originally supposed to air on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, and “Signed, Sealed & Delivered Christmas” was supposed to air on the regular Hallmark Channel, but now those movies have been switched around to the opposite channels!).

    More importantly, I am reallllllllly hoping that Hallmark doesn’t do what it did with their Christmas in July event — offer a reduced/limited holiday movie schedule to some of us, and offer a more extensive schedule to other markets/cable providers! I don’t want to be short-changed again. I want the full array of Hallmark holiday movies, old and new!

    Finally… I wonder if this season’s collection of holiday movies is going to end after New Year’s Eve (Wednesday, 12/31/14), or if it will continue on through New Year’s Day and the following weekend. On my cable line-up the movies ended immediately after 12/31/13 during this past season, but in the previous year’s Countdown they ended well past 12/31/12 — it was more like after 1/6/13 when the final movie aired!

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      Thank you, I try to keep it updated :) The networks change it so often it’s hard to keep up. I’m always hesitant to post what I have too far in advance.

      I sure hope they go longer this year too, like they did prior to last year. It’s nice to see a few more movies after the other networks have quit.

  75. I would love to see A Holiday to remember, with Randy Travis. It hasn’t been on for a few years.

  76. Micki says:

    I can’t wait for Holiday Christmas movies! Thank you Hallmark! I only wish that you give us until New Year’s Day and show during lunch hour each week day. Your Home Show is scheduled and I won’t be able to watch anything at work the whole season. But I’m glad y’all do this so THANK YOU. And Merry Christmas

  77. Carolyn says:

    I will really miss all wonderful holiday movies on Hallmark Chanel this year as your channel is not available to me through ATT Universe. I was so hoping your talks would turn out my way but they haven’t. Thank you for making my holidays that much better with you movies. I will miss them!

  78. Anita says:

    I hope you play the movies The Christmas Gift with John Denver and The Christmas Box with Richard Thomas. They are two of my favorite Christmas movies. I so enjoy all the Christmas movies and music at the holidays. Merry Christmas to all.

  79. Jason says:

    four I would love to see not listed are the two christmas in cannon movies November christmas and a smokey mountain christmas

  80. Bernadette Foster says:

    Am looking forward to Signed,Sealed,Delivered Christmas Special. Please tell me the show has been renewed for another season.

  81. Leigh Howard says:

    I am a Christmas movie fan. That’s my favorite time of the year. I am looking for a Christmas movie that I don’t know the name of but this guy in the movie makes these wooden ornaments I think it’s wooden and sells them to help save a company or something like that. Can someone help me? Please I want to buy the movie if I can. Thanks so much for all the Christmas movies that you show.
    Leigh Howard

  82. Leigh Howard says:

    I want to thank NO so very much. That was the movie. Thanks again and I hope you and your family and everyone else to have a very Merry Christmas.
    Leigh Howard

  83. Leigh Howard says:

    It’s not No I meant M.K. not No this kindle has a mind of its own at times

  84. doris stradling says:

    I’ve seen about enough of Christman Carol and Once Upon A Christmas, Twice Upon a Christmas. What ever happened to the Time Piece and Grandpa for Christmas

  85. cindy says:

    I think you should take a poll (a legitimate one) as to who would like two months, non-stop Xmas movies to replace the regular sitcoms, The Golden Girls and Frasier. Xmas is great . . . I love it, but find these movies so very boring. Why not play a few choice Xmas movies the week before, and after Xmas and then let it be! Let the people decide what they want to watch. Give us a choice!
    I for one will not be watching all of these Xmas movies. The music is the same in all of them by the way. :-(

  86. Rosa says:

    I have not seen “The Wishing Tree” with Jason Gedrick. I hope you will be airing it, and please not at 3am. I love the Hallmark channel. It wouldn’t be christmas without it. Thank you very much.

  87. Darlene says:

    Are you going to play the Christmas Card 2014. My all time favorite movie.

  88. LuvChristmas says:

    Don’t forget to add “One Christmas Eve” to the list — the new Hallmark Hall of Fame movie with Anne Heche that debuts on Hallmark on Saturday, November 30th. It will be one of at least 3 animal-focused Christmas movies debuting on Hallmark this year (the other two being “The Nine Lives of Christmas” and “The Christmas Shepherd”).

    This year I am going to keep track as best I can (for my own reference) of exactly how many times each movie is repeated, and how far apart the repeats are. I know that the schedule can change mid-stream, as the Countdown is already underway, and the movies that are scheduled to air may not air. But I am curious to see exactly how often each movie repeats — particularly because soooooo many people complain about the number of repeats.

    Given the number of holiday movies that Hallmark has made over the years, and taking into consideration the fact that Hallmark probably gains brand new viewers each holiday season (as well as all of the returning viewers), I have no problem with the repeats and I see why they are necessary. They don’t bother me. But I am curious to see if the movies are repeated as often as people think they are, or if it just ‘seems’ that way.

What do YOU think? Let us know!