UPDATE: Hallmark Channel’s 2014 “Christmas in July” begins July 4th!

Hallmark Channel's 2014 "Christmas in July" begins July 7th!Hallmark Channel will treat viewers with “Christmas Keepsake,” a holiday celebration beginning on Friday, July 4, 2014 at 2pm ET lasting until Sunday, July 13th at midnight. That’s right! TEN DAYS!

“Christmas Keepsake” is a 24/7 holiday programming stunt featuring the network’s most beloved holiday titles and viewer favorites, including “Debbie Macomber’s Mrs. Miracle,” “Debbie Macomber’s Trading Christmas,” “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” and “The Christmas Ornament.” The celebration will lead up to a “Christmas Keepsake” Special Presentation of “Angels Sing,” starring Harry Connick Jr. and Connie Britton.

Mark Steines and Cristina Ferrare co-hosts of Hallmark Channel’s “Home & Family,” invite you to cozy up and cool down this summer as they capture the Christmas spirit with a full week of holiday themed programming from July 7th-11th.  Mark and Cristina have lit the home with dazzling lights and festive holiday decorations as they are busy in the kitchen baking scrumptious treats for their special guests.   You won’t want to miss the extra special holiday-themed week on “Home & Family,” Hallmark Channel’s daily two-hour lifestyle program where they will open up their home to a lineup of celebrity guests, chefs, designers and experts.

The schedule so far (subject to change):

Friday, July 4, 2014

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Monday, July 7, 2014

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

  • 2:00pm – Window Wonderland
  • 4:00pm – A Princess for Christmas
  • 6:00pm – Hitched for the Holidays
  • 8:00pm – Matchmaker Santa

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Friday, July 11, 2014

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Sunday, July 13, 2014

 

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80 Comments

  • Tyanne says:

    Can’t wait! Will they broadcast The Christmas Visitor?

  • Patty says:

    Christmas movies
    How far will you/can you go back?

    A relative showed me a vcr tape of one with
    Sam Robards (looked like a play or on a sound stage or
    something) about a father and daughter…at Christmas.
    Daughter wanted a tree, couldn’t afford it or he didn’t want
    I believe. Finally tree received, girl gave it away to someone
    even worse off than them. Sweet story! T/U for the Xmas movies!

  • Patty says:

    At end of The Christmas Ornament what did envelope and card say from her deceased husband?

    What did Mathison (name of actor) say to her right before they
    kissed and they panned to the tree etc (@ the end)

    Things went to fast/couldn’t understand actor. Help! Thank you!

    • LuvChristmas says:

      Patty —

      In “The Christmas Ornament,” Kellie Martin asks Cameron Mathison if he will give her another chance. He tells her that it’s not necessary. Then he says, “I’m still under the spell of our first extraordinary chance.”

      The card says, “This Christmas, all roads lead to happiness. Spread your wings and soar.” On the flip side of it, it says “I love you forever ~ Scott”

      Great, great movie!

      • Patty says:

        LuvChristmas,
        Thank you so very much for your reply/info.
        Yes you are correct–a very good Xmas movie.

        Happy Watching in October 🙂
        Thanks again.

  • thirteen says:

    Just wanted to say that my wife and I love most of these Christmas movies. They’re usually great fun, especially when you spot all the mistakes, like trees in full leaf in December.

    Anybody who doesn’t like Christmas movies can find another channel to watch. There are like 800 of them now. I’m looking forward to 31 October.

  • Mary Ann says:

    I love Christmas movies, but when does “I Love Lucy” come back on?

  • Donna says:

    I love this! Christmas movies in July is a wonderful idea. Thank you!

  • Tyanne says:

    For those who would like to know Comcast On Demand is airing Christmas in July. A listing of pay per-view Christmas movies all month long for $2.99 per movie. You pay the rental fee once and can see the movies you choose for 30 days.
    Something else for the Christmas in July haters to complain about.

  • Tyanne says:

    I guess they’re not familiar with the expression: “Turn the other cheek.”
    I’m not going to let a few discontents ruin my viewing pleasure no matter how hard they try. There is so much unhappiness in this world!

  • Tyanne says:

    A friend introduced me to the Hallmark Christmas ornaments 18 years ago and I’ve been hooked (ha, ha) every since. My daughter and I visit the Hallmark Gold Crown stores every year starting in July for the new ornaments introductions.
    So naturally, when Hallmark started both the Christmas in July and the Countdown to Christmas in November I jumped on board. My love for Christmas has no end and I would never force my likes and dislikes on someone else. But to be deprived of something because of those that don’t enjoy it for whatever reasons is just wrong. To you I say “Get over it, it’s one week!” This is the land of the FREE! So let those of us who enjoy and appreciate the opportunity to watch Christmas movies in July do so.
    PEACE and JOY to you!!!

    • LuvChristmas says:

      I have to agree, Tyanne. Someone on the Hallmark Channel Facebook page actually started a petition to stop the Christmas movies from airing anytime before Thanksgiving.

      In other words, we — those of us who get great joy and entertainment out of the movies in July and in Nov-Dec — should only be allowed to watch Christmas movies when other people say it is acceptable to view them. They may not like to watch Christmas movies before Thanksgiving, but they don’t have to. They can celebrate their holidays how and when they would like to celebrate, and we are not taking that away from them. If they don’t want to watch Christmas movies until December 18th, they can go right ahead. However, they don’t even want us to have the option to be able to view the movies before their own designated time frames. They don’t want their sitcoms and series interfered with.

      There should be many complaints leading up to and all the way through the Countdown to Christmas starting on 10/31, because that will be 2 months of movies and not just 10 days.

  • LuvChristmas says:

    I’m not sure who else here has been following the comments on the various Hallmark Facebook pages (especially the page for the regular Hallmark Channel and the page for the Countdown to Christmas), or reading any of the recent comments in the discussion forums of the actual Hallmark Channel website, but one frustrating aspect of this whole schedule change is that it seems that it does not apply to everyone.

    In other words, apparently some of us have the “scaled back” version of the Christmas in July schedule — with sitcoms airing in the mornings and late evenings, and only 4 movies each day from Mon-Thurs — while others apparently have the full, original 24/7 schedule (minus the “Home and Family” block) that we were all expecting. Someone mentioned watching “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” a few days ago, and that was nowhere to be found in the first few days of my new, revised schedule — it’s not on until the end of the week, from what I can see Others have said that their line-up is, indeed, 24/7.

    Some folks — and it’s hard to tell if this is factual or just how it ‘seems’ to people in the heat of their frustration — mentioned that the July event is actually going on for the entire month of July on their line-ups (which is shocking, as we never saw any indication of it happening all month long), which, of course, is not sitting well with them.

    One helpful participant in the Community forums of the Hallmark Channel website said that, as far as she knew, the reason that “…certain markets have edited their schedule this week has to do with the fact that there is a planned take over with cable Verizon, Comcast etc. and federal regulations (they need to fulfill the required syndicated hours), so more to do with corporate reasons than hallmark itself.”

    Maybe that’s it? Maybe the sudden schedule change is not something Hallmark wanted to do? Either way, a lot of the movies that were on the original schedule have been removed in many markets, such as “Catch a Christmas Star,” while other viewers — many of them angry viewers — have a more extensive schedule.

    One light at the end of the tunnel is that the originally planned November 1st start date of the Countdown to Christmas has been changed to October 31st! I would imagine that this means the movies will run through 12/31 — a full 2 months — and then stop as of 1/1/15. With that long of a marathon, Hallmark will once again be able to air a lot of the movies that didn’t make it into this July event. That 2-month marathon is how I am able to get caught up on some of the older movies I have not yet seen — I know that they will air at some point in the Countdown because there is so much programming space to fill, whereas the July marathon lasts only 10 days.

  • Patty says:

    Thank you for 2014 Xmas movies, much appreciation!

    This e-mail is more positive than its’ opposite…BUT—please
    don’t forget us “middle-agers” and seniors who don’t have ready access to computers/schedules/plot info of movies.

    Hallmark Channel? Hallmark Movie Channel? It looks like schedule I printed out 7/1 of early a.m. movies are now replaced with regular TV shows. Can understand schedules may/might have to change…BUT— sometimes not all of us “older but still faithful” masses can barely afford cable/need rides to get to sources to watch which means rides, etc. Still thank you!

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      Hi Patty! Yes, Hallmark Channel changed the schedules removing most of the movies scheduled Monday-Friday of this week. The Hallmark Movie Channel (a different channel) however is still the same 🙂

      • Patty says:

        Thank you Mrs. Claus. I think I am getting more used to the two channels and how it all works now.

        Happy Watching!

      • Steve says:

        While I am enjoying the movies the have allowed us to watch, I wonder if they will stop the debut of their Christmas ornaments since some people don’t like Christmas and apparently control what we are allowed to watch? Everyone was so excited that the movies were going to be on for ten days pretty much nonstop. We are the ones that buy the ornaments, not the people that think ten days of Christmas in July is too much. I do appreciate the ability to watch what is left showing!

  • Ruth says:

    I look forward to Hallmark’s Christmas in July movies. My favorites are The Christmas Card, The Christmas Visitor, The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year, Call Me Mrs. Miracle, Undercover Christmas, Hitched for the Holidays, Holiday Engagement, and so many others.

    Thanks Hallmark

  • Cliff Lawson says:

    Hi: My wife and I are in our 80’s and watch your channel a lot. A few things bother us. The constant music in background sometimes is higher in strength than the audio from the actors. Also, while we have no trouble understanding most other TV program actors or commentators. Why is the spoken word of so many actors so mushy? We miss a lot. Is it that your programs are recorded that makes the understanding difficult? tonite the “Christmas Ornament” was one that was hard to follow.

  • LuvChristmas says:

    It’s also inconvenient for those who set their DVRs a while back, based on the original schedule that was showing on the actual Hallmark website, as well as elsewhere. I know of one person who is going out of town for a week, starting today, and she set her DVR a while back, based on what the schedule on the Hallmark Channel website said (including the movies in the middle of the night and all of that). When she returns home she is likely to find “I Love Lucy” and “Frasier” in place of some of the things she thought she was recording!

    I just hope that Hallmark doesn’t skimp on the Christmas movies when the official Countdown to Christmas begins on November 1st. Cutting back on them in July is one thing, but in November and December it is another matter altogether!

    I can’t recall how the November-December schedule ran last year. I am completely blanking out. I know the movies were basically on all day and night on weekends; there were premieres of new movies on most Saturdays and Sundays for the first month and a half or so; and “Home and Family” aired as usual on weekdays.

    But did the holiday movies begin at 2 p.m. and end at 10 p.m. every day during the week in November and December of 2013 too? People seemed to complain that their “Golden Girls” and other series were interrupted/shelved during the Countdown to Christmas, but I can’t recall if the holiday programming was ’round-the-clock every day, or just on weekends.

    Whatever the case, I hope Hallmark does not listen to the complainers and cut back on the November-December schedule. I rely on them to not only show their new movies, but also to show their older ones that I may have missed in previous years. Every year I see a movie or movies from previous years that I have not yet seen, so that is a big bonus for me, along with the brand new movies.

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      This last year it was only round the clock on Saturday and Sunday (they took a break for Home and Family and I think Marie Osmonds show). This was last years schedule: http://www.countdownuntilchristmas.com/archives/2013-hallmark-channel-countdown-to-christmas/

      It looks like they altered the schedule to add back in Golden Girls, etc. Major bummer!

      • LuvChristmas says:

        Thank you for posting that 2013 schedule! It is interesting to see for reference. It reminded me that, despite what my cable listings said, there were no Hallmark Channel Christmas movies on New Year’s Day (at least not on my line-up, in my area)!

        I vividly remember planning to tune in on 1/1/14 to the final movie of the Countdown to Christmas “season,” which should have been “Let It Snow.” I turned to Hallmark to find only Rose Parade coverage, and no movies after the Rose Parade. On my line-up, the movies ended on 12/21/13, despite what was actually advertised.

        I posted on the Hallmark Channel Facebook page today and said that I wish they had gotten their schedule straightened out and set in stone early on, instead of changing it at almost the last minute (after people had set DVRs). I said that I guessed they caved in to all of the complaints and tried to compromise to make everyone happy. I also said that I hope they do not skimp on the Christmas movies in November and December.

        Hallmark responded to me in a separate post and said that, as of October 31st, the movies will run “all day/all night/no exceptions.”

        Well, we know there will be exceptions for “Home and Family,” so I don’t even know why they said that. But I hope that they run the movies in the mornings too, before “Home and Family,” and then after “Home and Family” is over!

        I am afraid that if another huge wave of complainers and whiners hits the Facebook page, Hallmark will once again “quietly” alter their Christmas schedule for November and December when they think no one is looking, and then suddenly “The Golden Girls” and the other sitcoms are integrated back into the mix. Major bummer is right!

  • LuvChristmas says:

    I wonder if anyone else has noticed this, or if it is even applicable in every city’s line-up, but….. my cable listings (and I am in Los Angeles) indicate the Hallmark changed the schedule from what it originally was. It is now a much shorter marathon (it still lasts from 7/4 – to 7/13, but they took a bunch of the movies off of the overnight schedule).

    It looks like today — 7/4 — starting at 2 p.m. and all day and night tomorrow (7/5), there will be Christmas movies. Same thing for Friday, 7/11 — the movies start at 2 p.m. and run all day on Saturday, 7/12. Sun, 7/6 and 7/13, however, have a slightly different schedule, as do Monday, 7/7 – Thursday, 7/10.

    I expected the breaks from the movies for “Home and Family” but now I see that there are a whole lot of “Golden Girls” episodes, “I Love Lucy” episodes, “Frasier” and “The Middle” stuck in there too, and those were not on the schedule before.

    I didn’t compare the actual updated list of movies with the original/first list that was uncovered, but I wonder if anything got bumped from the schedule that was originally supposed to have aired.

    It looks as if Hallmark must have caved in to all of the complainers who were carrying on over the various Facebook pages about the Christmas in July offerings, and about missing out on their various sitcoms. And even with this new schedule, they will probably still find a reason to complain!

    I’m actually kind of disappointed, as I was looking forward to ’round the clock Christmas movies, every day, with only the break for “Home and Family.” I’ll still watch, but I am dissatisfied with the more limited schedule.

    • Steve says:

      It’s the same here in NC. I noticed it a few days ago when looking at my channel guide. It is disappointing they changed it. There are lots of Grinches out there and like everything else in this country, the minority gets there way.

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      It looks like A LOT of what was originally planned, will not air at all. I am so disappointed.

      • LuvChristmas says:

        So I was not imagining it — when I quickly skimmed the original schedule planned for this 10-day July event in comparison to what is actually going to air this week, I thought I noticed some huge chunks missing.

        They did, indeed, remove a lot of things. That is very disappointing — and they did it very quietly, hoping that no one was paying close enough attention to notice the changes! Little do they know! Lol.

        And yet, the complainers — who I am certain are the cause of this sudden schedule change — are still complaining! Boo!

        • Steve says:

          I can’t imagine ANYONE not loving the wonderful feeling Christmas gives. I know there is sadness associated with it but the joy outweighs it. If there is a time of year to be happy, it’s Christmas!!!!

  • Lee says:

    What about Christmas in Conway?

  • salzab says:

    I love u hallmark channel ..I only have the regular hallmark channel ..and I really don’t don’t like t
    Friday and Saturday list ..July 5th and 4th …

  • Tyanne says:

    Two of my favorite Christmas movies on Hallmark are A Christmas Visitor and The Christmas Card. I also enjoy A Dog Named Christmas.
    I wish Hallmark would show some of the animated Christmas Specials. ABC Family has butchered them up so bad for commercials I have a hard time enjoying them. It’s so obvious when they do it practically anyone would catch it. They’ve even cut Home Alone to the point where I no longer watch it when they broadcast this classic Christmas movie. I’m not knocking ABC, but what’s more important the viewers or the almighty dollar?

  • Kit says:

    The most wonderful time of the year and princess for Christmas are my favorites. I’ve seen both so many times I know every single word but could watch them a hundred more times!

  • Kit says:

    This is so awesome! I just love Hallmark Christmas movies and I’m so excited they’re going to be on in July. I’ve already told my freinds and family I will be glued to the t.v. All month! Thank you!

  • Ann says:

    Wish they would show Christmas Card.One of my favorites.

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      The Christmas Card seems to be a favorite of many! They are airing it on The Hallmark Movie Channel this year, instead of the regular Hallmark Channel. Not sure which cable provider you have but if you have DISH, you can add the Hallmark Movie Channel for about $5 per month. It’s called the Heartland Package 🙂

  • LuvChristmas says:

    You know, to be honest, I like all of the classic Christmas films too, but I am really glad they’re not on Hallmark.

    I love the fact that the Christmas movies we see on the Hallmark Channel are primarily Hallmark’s own movies, with very few exceptions (such as the Harry Connick, Jr. movie airing on 7/12). I like the overall tone and simplicity of their movies. I feel like I can see the classics on several other channels when the holiday season starts, and I wouldn’t want Hallmark using up any of its precious marathon time in running them.

    If Hallmark ever decided to do a year-round Christmas channel, then I could see where there might be room to throw in some non-Hallmark holiday gems, but for right now I like the line-ups as they are.

    By the way — has anyone here been following the wave of negative commentary under the Hallmark Channel holiday-related posts on their Facebook pages? For the last week or two, people have been complaining under every holiday post — and will not stop complaining — about these Christmas movies. They think it is ruining their summer and that it’s “rushing” Christmas and winter, etc. I have never seen so much negativity! They’re Christmas movies! They’re happy, joyful, cheerful things! (Now everyone is over on the ABC Family Facebook page, grumbling about their “Half-mas” event too!)

    • Steve says:

      If Christmas movies bother them then they shouldn’t watch them. How could Christmas possibly ruin their summer. Lots of Grinches in this old world! It would be terrible if we didn’t have Christmas in July!!!

      • LuvChristmas says:

        I agree, Steve.

        I am amazed and startled by all of the complaints about Christmas movies — not just on the Hallmark Channel Facebook page, but on the Hallmark Movie Channel Facebook page, the Hallmark Channel Countdown to Christmas Facebook page, the ABC Family Facebook page (under the Half-mas posts), the Hallmark Channel website (though most of those complaints in the Community forum are old and not recent), and anywhere else they can think of to whine and complain. I think it is so ridiculous. I have a feeling that a lot of the fans of the Christmas movies are reluctant to speak up because they feel outnumbered.

        A lot of the complainers are saying “…but summer just started…I don’t want to think about winter now, after the winter we just had…” The thing is, Christmas movies are not going to speed winter along in getting here! Christmas movies are not going to affect the weather or the temperatures outside! Christmas movies are not going to affect anyone’s summer! Summer will happen as it’s going to happen, and winter will happen as it’s going to happen. Christmas movies — or Hallmark’s posts about their Christmas movies on Facebook — are not going to impact any of that in the least bit, but they will make a lot of us quite happy!

        • Steve says:

          I get fussed at all the time about my Christmas posts. I don’t care!!!! It makes me happy and I learned a long time ago that’s what’s important. The whiners are miserable people and have nothing better to do than fuss about happiness. If they love the summer so much, they should go outside in the heat. They can sweat all they want while I watch Hallmark Christmas movies. Just think, when they are outside they won’t be near the television so they won’t be tempted to watch! lol

  • Pat says:

    Thank you, Hallmark….love all of these Christmas movies. Especially The Christmas Card & The Christmas Visitor….so awesome. But gotta ask….anything wrong with throwing in old-timers such as Holiday Inn, Its A Wonderful Life, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn?

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      Hi Pat, we love those too! Unfortunately, NBC owns exclusive rights to air It’s a Wonderful Life on tv. No other network is able to play it. I am not sure about Holiday Inn or A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. Neither were aired on TV during 2013.

  • Deborah says:

    more showings of : The most wonderful time of the year. With Henry Winkler Love that you do this, Christmas in July. Please do a full month

  • Kelley says:

    I am so excited about the upcoming “Christmas in July” event… I watch Christmas movies to destress during the year… But this has become a tradition and I absolutely look so forward to it!!! Thank you Hallmark!!!

  • Pat says:

    Looking forward to Christmas in July! And the fact that it starts on the 4th of July makes it that much better. (One celebration on top of the other). Then the countdown til Christmas in November is even more AWESOME, cause we get to see the new movies on the weekend. I thought I was the only one who is addicted to these (2) events in front of the television. Glad to know, I’m not alone. Each movie leaves you feeling good inside. Just watching, puts you in a great mood and prepares you for the coming Christmas. (Whether you watch it now/July or later/November! LOVE THE WAY IT MAKES ME FEEL!!!!! THANKS HALLMARK! YOU’RE THE BEST!!!!! I give you 5♥♥♥♥♥ (Same as 5-Stars).

  • DeShawn says:

    I am thrilled! I look forward to watching Hallmark Christmas movies…Thank you Hallmark for putting a smile on our face and joy in our hearts!

  • tricia says:

    I am so excited about Christmas in July. I am a sucker for all the Christmas movies on Hallmark Channel every year & it’s not too much good tv on after they end. One of my friends is as excited as I am as she always says the same thing. We can’t wait !

  • Steve says:

    Thank you! I love Christmas in July! Glad it is a whole week this year. I am disappointed that The Christmas Card is not included. It is my favorite! Hopefully, it will be back in November!

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      Hi Steve, the Hallmark Movie Channel (HMC) will be showing The Christmas Card multiple times during their Christmas in July event. Not everyone has that channel, it’s not the same as the regular Hallmark channel, it depends upon your cable package.

      • Steve says:

        I have Directv and don’t have the HMC. I guess I have been spoiled by The Christmas Card being on whenever Christmas movies are playing on Hallmark. Oh well! I will enjoy the others and maybe will see The Christmas Card in November.

  • Terieka says:

    I’ll definitely be watching. Also, from July 19-21 2014 QVC will be airing Christmas in July. It will be great for those who want to get an early start on certain things for Christmas.

  • Sarah says:

    I love the Christmas in July on Hallmark! Can’t wait! Keep up the good work!

  • Sarah says:

    I love the Christmas In July Hallmark movies! Can’t wait! I tape them and watch them all year long! I love The Christmas Card, The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year, Call Me Mrs. Miracle and so many more! Keep up the good work!

  • Lisa says:

    I hope they show the The Christmas Card!!! One of my favorites!!

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      Hi Lisa, I know they will be showing The Christmas Card on the Hallmark Movie Channel but I don’t yet see it airing on the regular Hallmark Channel.

  • janet says:

    THANK YOU, HALLMARK

  • LuvChristmas says:

    I look forward to Hallmark’s holiday movies every year! My holiday season would not be the same without their brand of cheery, lighthearted holiday movies. Last year there seemed to be several great new ones. I can only hope that the Countdown to Christmas in November will deliver another handful of gems!

    I found (online) what appear to be two very complete schedules of all of the movies that will air on Hallmark and the Hallmark Movie Channel from July 4th through July 13th. (I fact, I just typed up both schedules and saved them in case they suddenly vanish from the site!) I don’t know if I should mention where I found them, but the site is very credible and reliable. I just decided to dig a little deeper until I found the schedules. Anyone can find them, but you just have to look a bit further than the Hallmark Channel website!

    If the schedules I found are correct, the two channels are pretty booked up with a mix of their older and newer movies, but they did skip some movies that I thought they would include. I can only assume that “Farewell, Mr. Kringle” will pop up when the Countdown to Christmas marathon begins in November because it is nowhere to be found on the July schedules!

    Anyway, it looks like we have a lot to look forward to from 7/4 – 7/13!

  • Jennifer says:

    Wooooowhoooo!!! I’m so excited for Hallmark Channel Christmas in July!! I am watching Matchmaker Santa that recorded last July now!!

  • Heather says:

    Sooooo excited! I love Christmas and Hallmark Channel is dedicated to fans like us who love the holidays year round! Hobby Lobby is stocking Christmas items and Hallmark is playing Christmas movies so the most wonderful time of the year is just around the corner <3

  • ivory says:

    Yea i thought i was the only one who looks forward to this!

  • Estelle Kelly says:

    I work retail during the Holidays and Count on Hallmarks Christmas in July to help me plan for the season so that I will not be stressed! I often wrap gifts picked up at the end of last year and address the Christmas cards while watching the movies!

  • can not wait for the movies to start I look forward to them. thank you so much hallmark for putting them on be glad when July gets here.

  • Micki says:

    How wonderful! Thank you Hallmark for a whole week in July! Will help making it to November a bit easier

  • Cherie wallace says:

    I love to watch Christmas movies all the time. It is my most favorite time of the year. Thank you for doing this, it actually cools me off in July to see all the snow on the movies……

  • GARY BROWN says:

    THANK YOU FOR Christmas in july

  • Billi-Jo says:

    I am so excited Christmas in July is a week long. I love Hallmark Channel movies. I look forward every year to Christmas in July. It would be too long of a year if I had to wait until November to watch Christmas movies.

  • sue strubel says:

    thank you Hsllmsrk channel I love the holiday movies I look forward to them year round, I am so excited about the Christmas In July line up there are many of my favorites on it.

  • Angel says:

    Thank you so much Hallmark Channel! Love my holiday movies. Look forward to Christmas in July every year. Super excited about it being a week long this year! Hope they will show my favorite, The Christmas Card! All of them are great. I will get my “fix” and then start down the Countdown to Christmas!

  • Devonte McSwine says:

    I Love Christmas Movies All year. I love Debbie call me mrs. Miracle and the most wonderful time if the year. I wish abc family had Christmas in July

  • Travis says:

    Would love for them to show Trading Christmas! great movie, dialogue & acting!

  • M Gremillion says:

    I love Hallmark Christmas movies. I love to watch these movies with my friend, Peta. Can’t wait!! We will be cozy.

  • Eric says:

    I wish more stations would do Christmas in July. I could watch Christmas movies all year long.

  • Elaine says:

    Been waiting for this…a whole week! Love Christmas in July on Hallmark channel.

  • Doctor Who says:

    I love Movie!!! The Night They Saved Christmas.

  • Becky Garcia says:

    Christmas in July!!! Wonderful!!!

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