Christmas in July TV Movie Schedules

Christmas in July refers to Christmas-themed celebrations held in July. The following TV networks will air Christmas movies and other Christmas related programming during the month of July 2018…

*date/times are subject to change -all times shown in Eastern*
(Last updated on 07/24/18)

Freeform (formerly ABC Family)

No Christmas movies airing this year.

Hallmark Channel

“Christmas Keepsake” begins Friday, July 13th.

  • Friday, July 13, 2018
    • 6:00am – Once Upon a Holiday
    • 8:00am – Christmas Under Wraps
    • 12:00pm – Miss Christmas
    • 2:00pm – Sharing Christmas
    • 4:00pm – A Royal Christmas
    • 6:00pm – The Christmas Cottage
    • 8:00pm – Finding Santa
    • 10:00pm – The Sweetest Christmas
  • Saturday, July 14, 2018
    • 12:00am – Switched for Christmas
    • 2:00am – Crown for Christmas
    • 4:00am – Christmas Connection
    • 6:00am – Let It Snow
    • 8:00am – My Christmas Dream
    • 10:00am – A Wish for Christmas
    • 12:00pm – A December Bride
    • 2:00pm – A Gift to Remember
    • 4:00pm – Marry Me At Christmas
    • 6:00pm – With Love, Christmas
    • 8:00pm – Christmas Next Door
    • 10:00pm – Christmas in Evergreen
  • Sunday, July 15, 2018
    • 12:00am – The Mistletoe Inn
    • 2:00am – Enchanted Christmas
    • 4:00am – A Bride for Christmas
    • 6:00am – A Dream for Christmas
    • 8:00am – The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
    • 10:00am – A Royal Christmas
    • 12:00pm – Christmas Under Wraps
    • 2:00pm – Switched for Christmas
    • 4:00pm – Miss Christmas
    • 6:00pm – Christmas at Holly Leodge
    • 8:00pm – Coming Home for Christmas
    • 10:00pm – Christmas Getaway
  • Monday, July 16, 2018
    • 12:00am – Sharing Christmas
    • 2:00am – Love You Like Christmas
    • 4:00am – 12 Gifts of Christmas
    • 6:00am – On the Twelfth Day of Christmas
    • 8:00am – One Starry Christmas
    • 12:00pm A Very Merry Mix-Up
    • 2:00pm – A December Bride
    • 4:00pm – A Gift to Remember
    • 6:00pm – Christmas Connection
    • 8:00pm – Marry Me at Christmas
    • 10:00pm – Every Christmas Has a Story
  • Tuesday, July 17, 2018
    • 12:00am – Once Upon a Holiday
    • 2:00am – A Rose for Christmas
    • 4:00am – Hitched for the Holidays
    • 6:00am – A Christmas Melody
    • 8:00am – Matchmaker Santa
    • 12:00pm – The Mistletoe Promise
    • 2:00pm – The Christmas Cottage
    • 4:00pm – Enchanted Christmas
    • 6:00pm – Switched for Christmas
    • 8:00pm – The Mistletoe Inn
    • 10:00pm – A Royal Christmas
  • Wednesday, July 18, 2018
    • 12:00am – Christmas in Homestead
    • 2:00am – A Cookie Cutter Christmas
    • 4:00am – Family for Christmas
    • 6:00am – Every Christmas Has a Story
    • 8:00am – With Love, Christmas
    • 12:00pm – Crown for Christmas
    • 2:00pm – Christmas Getaway
    • 4:00pm – A Wish for Christmas
    • 6:00pm – The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
    • 8:00pm – Coming Home for Christmas
    • 10:00pm – Miss Christmas
  • Thursday, July 19, 2018
    • 12:00am – Love You Like Christmas
    • 2:00am – Christmas Land
    • 4:00am – A Boyfriend for Christmas
    • 6:00am – The Christmas Parade
    • 8:00am – The Christmas Cure
    • 12:00pm – Snow Bride
    • 2:00pm – Christmas Incorporated
    • 4:00pm – Royal New Year’s Eve
    • 6:00pm – Christmas Under Wraps
    • 8:00pm – The Nine Lives of Christmas
    • 10:00pm – A Dream of Christmas
  • Friday, July 20, 2018
    • 12:00am – Christmas Cookies
    • 2:00am – A December Bride
    • 4:00am – Looks Like Christmas
    • 6:00am – Sleigh Bells Ring
    • 8:00am – A Holiday Engagement
    • 12:00pm – A Christmas Detour
    • 2:00pm – My Christmas Dream
    • 4:00pm – 12 Gifts of Christmas
    • 6:00pm – Christmas Next Door
    • 8:00pm – Christmas at Holly Lodge
    • 10:00pm – With Love, Christmas
  • Saturday, July 21, 2018
    • 12:00am – Christmas List
    • 2:00am – Christmas in Evergreen
    • 4:00am – Christmas Festival of Ice
    • 6:00am – Royal New Year’s Eve
    • 8:00am – Sharing Christmas
    • 10:00am – Christmas Connection
    • 12:00pm – Miss Christmas
    • 2:00pm – Coming Home for Christmas
    • 4:00pm – Christmas Getaway
    • 6:00pm – Finding Santa
    • 8:00pm – Switched for Christmas
    • 10:00pm – Christmas: A First Look Preview Special
    • 10:30 – Christmas Under Wraps
  • Sunday, July 22, 2018
    • 12:30am – Love You Like Christmas
    • 2:30am – Ice Sculpture Christmas
    • 4:30am – My Christmas Love
    • 6:00am – Crown for Christmas
    • 8:00am – The Mistletoe Inn
    • 10:00am – Christmas Next Door
    • 12:00pm – Enchanted Christmas
    • 2:00pm – The Sweetest Christmas
    • 4:00pm – The Christmas Cottage
    • 6:00pm – Christmas in Evergreen
    • 8:00pm – A Gift to Remember
    • 10:00pm – Marry Me at Christmas
  • Monday, July 23, 2018
    • 12:00pam – The Christmas Cure
    • 2:00am – Christmas at Holly Lodge
    • 4:00am – A Wish for Christmas
    • 6:00am – Looks Like Christmas
    • 8:00am – A Boyfriend for Christmas
    • 12:00pm – My Christmas Love
    • 2:00pm – A Bride for Christmas
    • 4:00pm – Coming Home for Christmas
    • 6:00pm – Christmas Getaway
    • 8:00pm – With Love, Christmas
    • 10:00pm – Sharing Christmas
  • Tuesday, July 24, 2018
    • 12:00am – 12 Gifts of Christmas
    • 2:00am – A Dream of Christmas
    • 4:00am – Snow Bride
    • 6:00am – A Perfect Christmas
    • 8:00am – The Nine Lives of Christmas
    • 12:00pm – Christmas Land
    • 2:00pm – Christmas Cookies
    • 4:00pm – Christmas Festival of Ice
    • 6:00pm – Christmas at Holly Lodge
    • 8:00pm – The Christmas Cottage
    • 10:00pm – Christmas Next Door
  • Wednesday, July 25, 2018
    • 12:00am – My Christmas Dream
    • 2:00am – Let It Snow
    • 4:00am – Sleigh Bells Ring
    • 6:00am – Merry Matrimony
    • 8:00am – Christmas Connection
    • 12:00pm – Christmas List
    • 2:00pm – The Mistletoe Promise
    • 4:00pm – The Mistletoe Inn
    • 6:00pm – Enchanted Christmas
    • 8:00pm – Maryy Me at Christmas
    • 10:00pm – Finding Santa
  • Thursday, July 26, 2018
    • 12:00am – Best Christmas Party Ever
    • 2:00am – Christmas at Cartwright’s
    • 4:00am – One Starry Christmas
    • 6:00am – I’m Not Ready for Christmas
    • 8:00am – Ice Sculpture Christmas
    • 12:00pm – Christmas in Homestead
    • 2:00pm – A Cookie Cutter Christmas
    • 4:00pm – Let it Snow
    • 6:00pm – Crown for Christmas
    • 8:00pm – Christmas in Evergreen
    • 10:00pm – A Gift to Remember
  • Friday, July 27, 2018
    • 12:00am – A Christmas Detour
    • 2:00am – A Bride for Christmas
    • 4:00am – Every Christmas Has a Story
    • 6:00am – Love You Like Christmas
    • 8:00am – Christmas Getaway
    • 12:00pm – Royal New Year’s Eve
    • 2:00pm – Matchmaker Santa
    • 4:00pm – Best Christmas Party Ever
    • 6:00pm – A December Bride
    • 8:00pm – A Wish for Christmas
    • 10:00pm – Switched for Christmas
  • Saturday, July 28, 2018
    • 12:00am – Christmas Incorporated
    • 2:00am – A Very Merry Mix-Up
    • 4:00am – The Christmas Parade
    • 5:30am – The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
    • 7:00am – Finding Santa
    • 9:00am – With Love, Christmas
    • 11:00am – Christmas at Holly Lodge
    • 1:00pm – The Christmas Cottage
    • 3:00pm – Christmas Next Door
    • 5:00pm – A Royal Christmas
    • 7:00pm – The Sweetest Christmas
    • 9:00pm – Love on Safari

Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

A “Gold Crown Christmas” will begin Friday June 29th!

  • Friday, June 29, 2018
    • 5:00pm – Debbie Macomber’s Dashing Through The Snow
    • 7:00pm – A Joyous Christmas
    • 9:00pm – Rocky Mountain Christmas
    • 11:00pm – Journey Back To Christmas
  • Saturday, June 30, 2018
    • 1:00am – The Christmas Shepherd
    • 3:00am – Finding Father Christmas
    • 5:00am – A Town Without Christmas
    • 7:00am – The Town Christmas Forgot
    • 9:00am – Cancel Christmas
    • 11:00am – Magical Christmas Ornaments
    • 1:00pm – Karen Kingsbury’s Maggie’s Christmas Miracle
    • 3:00pm – Christmas Encore
    • 5:00pm – A Christmas to Remember
    • 7:00pm – The Christmas Secret
    • 9:00pm – A Bramble House Christmas
    • 11:00pm – Christmas With Holly
  • Sunday, July 1, 2018
    • 1:00am – Christmas in the Air
    • 3:00am – Hearts of Christmas
    • 5:00am – A Nutcracker Christmas
    • 7:00am – Debbie Macomber’s Mrs. Miracle
    • 9:00am – Lucky Christmas
    • 11:00am – Mistletoe Over Manhattan
    • 1:00pm – Charming Christmas
    • 3:00pm – Magic Stocking
    • 5:00pm – I’ll Be Home For Christmas
    • 7:00pm – The Christmas Note
    • 9:00pm – The Christmas Train
    • 11:00pm – Romance at Reindeer Lodge
  • Monday, July 2, 2018
    • 1:00am – A Heavenly Christmas
    • 3:00am – Christmas Magic
    • 5:00am – Debbie Macomber’s Trading Christmas
    • 7:00am – Christmas in the Air
    • 9:00am – The Christmas Ornament
    • 11:00am – Sound of Christmas
    • 1:00pm – The Christmas Heart
    • 3:00pm – Christmas in Angel Falls
    • 5:00pm – Christmas Dance
    • 7:00pm – Angels and Ornaments
    • 9:00pm – The Perfect Christmas Present
    • 11:00pm – Christmas Homecoming
  • Tuesday, July 3, 2018
    • 1:00am – Christmas Encore
    • 3:00am – Love Always, Santa
    • 5:00am – The Christmas Blessing
    • 7:00am – A Song for Christmas
    • 9:00am – Finding Father Christmas
    • 11:00am – Engaging Father Christmas
    • 1:00pm – Magic Stocking
    • 3:00pm – Rocky Mountain Christmas
    • 5:00pm – A Christmas Wish
    • 7:00pm – Angel Of Christmas
    • 9:00pm – A Princess for Christmas
    • 11:00pm – Hearts of Christmas
  • Wednesday, July 4, 2018
    • 1:00am – A Town Without Christmas
    • 3:00am – Cancel Christmas
    • 5:00am – Angels and Ornaments
    • 7:00am – Christmas Dance
    • 9:00am – Debbie Macomber’s Dashing Through the Snow
    • 11:00am – Journey Back to Christmas
    • 1:00pm – A Joyous Christmas
    • 3:00pm – The Christmas Note
    • 5:00pm – Christmas Homecoming
    • 7:00pm – Operation Christmas
    • 9:00pm – Home for Christmas Day
    • 11:00pm – The Christmas Secret
  • Thursday, July 5, 2018
    • 1:00am – A Bramble House Christmas
    • 3:00am – Magical Christmas Ornaments
    • 5:00am – Karen Kingsbury’s The Bridge (Part 2)
    • 7:00am – Debbie Macomber’s Call Me Mrs. Miracle
    • 9:00am – Debbie Macomber’s Trading Christmas
    • 11:00am – Romance at Reindeer Lodge
    • 1:00pm – A Heavenly Christmas
    • 3:00pm – A Princess for Christmas
    • 5:00pm – The Christmas Ornament
    • 7:00pm – Magic Stocking
    • 9:00pm – A Christmas to Remember
    • 11:00pm – Engaging Father Christmas
  • Friday, July 6, 2018
    • 1:00am – Christmas in Angel Falls
    • 3:00am – Northpole: Open for Christmas
    • 5:00am – Charming Christmas
    • 7:00am – The Christmas Spirit
    • 9:00am – Our First Christmas
    • 11:00am – The Christmas Blessing
    • 1:00pm – Christmas Encore
    • 3:00pm – The Christmas Secret
    • 5:00pm – A Bramble House Christmas
    • 7:00pm – Finding Christmas
    • 9:00pm – Karen Kingsbury’s Maggie’s Christmas Miracle
    • 11:00pm – The Christmas Train
  • Saturday, July 7, 2018
    • 1:00am – I’ll Be Home for Christmas
    • 3:00am – The Christmas Heart
    • 5:00am – The Christmas Pageant
    • 7:00am – The Christmas Note
    • 9:00am – Sound of Christmas
    • 11:00am – Christmas Dance
    • 1:00pm – Home for Christmas Day
    • 3:00pm – The Perfect Christmas Present
    • 5:00pm – A Joyous Christmas
    • 7:00pm – Debbie Macomber’s Dashing Through the Snow
    • 9:00pm – Journey Back to Christmas
    • 11:00pm – Rocky Mountain Christmas
  • Sunday, July 8, 2018
    • 1:00am – Christmas Homecoming
    • 3:00am – The Town Christmas Forgot
    • 5:00am – I’ll be Home for Christmas
    • 7:00am – Angel of Christmas
    • 9:00am – A Princess for Christmas
    • 11:00am – Operation Christmas
    • 1:00pm – The Christmas Ornament
    • 3:00pm – Finding Father Christmas
    • 5:00pm – Engaging Father Christmas
    • 7:00pm – Magical Christmas Ornaments
    • 9:00pm – Christmas in Angel Falls
    • 11:00pm – Christmas in the Air
  • Monday, July 9, 2018
    • 1:00am – A Song for Christmas
    • 3:00am – The Christmas Blessing
    • 5:00am – Lucky Christmas
    • 7:00am – The Christmas Shepherd
    • 9:00am – Farewell Mr. Kringle
    • 11:00pm – The Christmas Spirit
    • 1:00pm – The Christmas Secret
    • 3:00pm – A Heavenly Christmas
    • 5:00pm – Christmas Magic
    • 7:00pm – Rocky Mountain Christmas
    • 9:00pm – A Song for Christmas
    • 11:00pm – Karen Kingsbury’s Maggie’s Christmas Miracle
  • Tuesday, July 10, 2018
    • 1:00am – Romance at Reindeer Lodge
    • 3:00am – Debbie Macomber’s Call Me Mrs. Miracle
    • 5:00am – Home for Christmas Day
    • 7:00am – A Nutcracker Christmas
    • 9:00am – The Perfect Christmas Present
    • 11:00am – Northpole: Open for Christmas
    • 1:00pm – Christmas With Holly
    • 3:00pm – The Christmas Train
    • 5:00pm – The Christmas Pageant
    • 7:00pm – The Christmas Note
    • 9:00pm – Christmas Encore
    • 11:00pm – A Christmas to Remember
  • Wednesday, July 11, 2018
    • 1:00am – The Christmas Ornament
    • 3:00am – Karen Kingsbury’s the Bridge (Part 2)
    • 5:00am – Debbie Macomber’s Mrs. Miracle
    • 7:00am – Sound of Christmas
    • 9:00am – I’ll Be Home for Christmas
    • 11:00am – Christmas in the Air
    • 1:00pm – A Princess for Christmas
    • 3:00pm – Karen Kingsbury’s Maggie’s Christmas Miracle
    • 5:00pm – Christmas in Angel Falls
    • 7:00pm – Hearts of Christmas
    • 9:00pm – A Joyous Christmas
    • 11:00pm – A Christmas Wish
  • Thursday, July 12, 2018
    • 1:00am – Charming Christmas
    • 3:00am – Lucky Christmas
    • 5:00am – Farewell Mr. Kringle
    • 7:00am – Christmas Magic
    • 9:00am – The Christmas Secret
    • 11:00am – The Christmas Train
    • 1:00pm – A Bramble House Christmas
    • 3:00pm – Rocky Mountain Christmas
    • 5:00pm – Northpole: Open for Christmas
    • 7:00pm – Journey Back to Christmas
    • 9:00pm – Romance at Reindeer Lodge
    • 11:00pm – Finding Christmas
  • Friday, July 13, 2018
    • 1:00am – A Heavenly Christmas
    • 3:00am – The Christmas Shepherd
    • 5:00am – The Perfect Christmas Present
    • 7:00am – The Christmas Pageant
    • 9:00am – A Joyous Christmas
    • 11:00am – Christmas Encore
    • 1:00pm – A Song for Christmas
    • 3:00pm – A Christmas to Remember
    • 5:00pm – Sound of Christmas
    • 7:00pm – Finding Father Christmas
    • 9:00pm – Engaging Father Christmas
    • 11:00pm – Christmas in Angel Falls
  • Saturday, July 14, 2018
    • 1:00am – The Christmas Note
    • 3:00am – The Christmas Spirit
    • 5:00am – A Christmas Wish
    • 7:00am – Our First Christmas
    • 9:00am – Christmas in the Air
    • 11:00am – Angel of Christmas
    • 1:00pm – Mistletoe Over Manhattan
    • 3:00pm – Finding Christmas
    • 5:00pm – Love Always, Santa
    • 7:00pm – A Princess for Christmas
    • 9:00pm – Magical Christmas Ornament
    • 11:00pm – The Christmas Train
  • Sunday, July 15, 2018
    • 1:00am – Angels and Ornaments
    • 3:00am – The Christmas Ornament
    • 5:00am – A Christmas to Remember
    • 7:00am – Christmas With Holly
    • 9:00am – A Heavenly Christmas
    • 11:00am – Magic Stocking
    • 1:00pm – Karen Kingsbury’s Maggie’s Christmas Miracle
    • 3:00pm – Christmas Homecoming
    • 5:00pm – The Christmas Secret
    • 7:00pm – A Bramble House Christmas

QVC (thank you thirteen!)

  • Sunday, July 1, 2018 Christmas in July Sale Kickoff
    • 12:00am – 31st Annual Christmas in July Sale Super-Sized
    • 1:00am – House to Home by Valerie (Holiday Edition)
    • 3:00am – The Joy of Christmas
    • 6:00am – Jim Shore Heartwood Creek
    • 7:00am – Holidays Aglow Decorative Lights
    • 8:00am – Holidays with Mary
    • 10:00am – Sundays with Carolyn & Dan (Holiday Edition)
    • 12:00pm – In the Kitchen with David
    • 2:00pm – David’s Great Big Christmas
    • 4:00pm – Gourmet Holiday
    • 6:00pm – House to Home by Valerie (Holiday Edition)
    • 7:00pm – Deck the Halls
    • 9:00pm – Casa Zeta-Jones (Holiday Edition)
    • 10:00pm – 31st Annual Christmas in July Sale
  • Friday, July 13, 2018
    • 12:00am – Bethlehem Lights Seasonal Lighting
    • 1:00am – Irish Christmas
    • 2:00am – House to Home by Valerie (Holiday Edition)
    • 3:00am – The Joy of Christmas (Bethlehem Lights)
    • 6:00am – Jim Shore Heartwood Creek
    • 7:00am – 31st Annual Christmas in July Sale (Bethlehem Lights)
    • 10:00am – Irish Christmas
    • 11:00am – Holiday Decorating (Bethlehem Lights)
    • 2:00pm – Jim Shore Heartwood Creek
    • 3:00pm – Deck the Halls (Bethlehem Lights)
    • 5:00pm – Gourmet Holiday
    • 7:00pm – Bethlehem Lights Seasonal Lighting
    • 9:00pm – Holidays with Shawn (Bethlehem Lights)
  • Saturday, July 14, 2018
    • 12:00am – Santa’s Best (Holiday Trim)
    • 1:00am – House to Home by Valerie (Holiday Edition)
    • 2:00am – Irish Christmas
    • 3:00am – The Joy of Christmas
    • 6:00am – Plow & Hearth Holiday Classics Home Decor
    • 7:00am – Holiday Decorating with Alberti
    • 10:00am – Saturday Morning Q (Holiday Edition)
    • 2:00pm – David’s Great Big Christmas
    • 4:00pm – Christmas Shoppe
    • 5:00pm – Gourmet Holiday
    • 7:00pm – Santa’s Best  (Holiday Trim)
    • 8:00pm – House to Home by Valerie (Holiday Edition)
    • 10:00pm – 31st Annual Christmas in July Sale
  • Sunday, July 15, 2018
    • 12:00am – HomeWorx by Harry Slatkin (Candles & Home Fragrance)
    • 2:00am – The Joy of Christmas
    • 5:00am – The Joy of Toys
    • 6:00am – Jim Shore Heartwood Creek Folk Art Collectibles
    • 7:00am – House to Home by Valerie (Holiday Edition)
    • 9:00am – Sundays with Carolyn & Dan (Holiday Edition)
    • 12:00pm – In the Kitchen with David
    • 3:00pm – Holidays with David
    • 4:00pm – HomeWorx by Harry Slatkin (Candles & Home Fragrance)
    • 5:00pm – Gourmet Holiday
    • 6:00pm – You’re Home with Jill (Holiday Edition)
    • 9:00pm – HomeWorx by Harry Slatkin (Candles & Home Fragrance)
    • 10:00pm – House to Home by Valerie (Holiday Edition) ALL NEW

Turner Classic Movies (TCM)

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  • Lauren says:

    I have had SO much fun watching these movies this summer! Such a nice vacation from the every day BS, and some warm fuzzy feelings! I LOVE it! I have it on whenever I am home!

    • Trecy says:

      I love the Christmas movies no matter the season. I missed Marrying Father Christmas and can’t seem to find it would love to watch it. Will it be on again?

  • Deidra says:

    I don’t mind the Christmas movies but please leave my GOLDEN GIRLS alone. I get sick of Christmas movies 24/7. I NEED MY GOLDEN GIRLS! Especially during Christmas time they remind of my grandmothers that are no longer with me.

  • Mary Webster says:

    Get rid of the Christmas in July, Christmas should not come until after athanksgiving or at the very earliest after Hollween

    • Tina says:

      I couldn’t agree more! Please stop the madness!!
      It’s way too much, even a weekend would drive me crazy! Wait til after thanksgiving when Christmas is coming. Playing it 24/7 is ridiculous. No golden girls, Frazier or I love Lucy even.
      If anyone wonders why I’m on this page, it’s to see the schedule and know when it will FINALLY end. I Don’t watch Hallmark at all when all the Christmas movies are on tried a few times the movies are horrible, B movies that are all predictable .

    • Cameron says:

      Let’s be fair Mary is anyone making you watch them, no. Do others want the joy of Christmas in July, yes. If you watch this channel at Christmas you’ll know the movies are just based at the time of Christmas with little Christmas links (except a few eg Christmas Land). So if you’re so against watching them go outside. Also next time you have your write an argument at least spell correctly, it’s just embarrassing!

  • Sharon says:

    I love Christmas…but NOT for two weeks IN JULY, and NOT from Halloween to New Year’s Day!! It might be different if these movies that Hallmark airs were any good…but they all seem to involve the same 2-3 plots and anyone with half a brain can figure out 15 minutes into the movie exactly how it’s going to end. I, for one, just don’t watch Hallmark when they have their Christmas in July or their countdown to Christmas…nor do I watch the endless boring predictable Christmas movie-thons on other channels (like Lifetime). I’ll continue to start my own “countdown to Christmas” the day after Thanksgiving (remember that holiday?!?!?!?)…

  • Norm says:

    This is BULLSHIT! I don’t want to watch Christmas movies in July. Ffs they start early enough!! What about a thanksgiving movie????

    • Karen says:

      Norm, no one is making you watch Christmas movies at anytime of the year. Which causes me to ask the question: What are you even doing on this Christmas in July page? I’m sure no one made you, I assume you are a grown up and know how to click this page off and move on to whatever you want to look at. So you came to this page of your own free will, so there is no cause for the bad comments.

  • Julie Miller says:

    I LOVE the Christmas movies ANY time of year. Christmas in July movies just make me excited for the holidays. I love the “Father Christmas” movies and can’t wait until the wedding movie. I love to watch the movies and feel like I know the characters because I have watched them so much!!! Thank you Hallmark!!

  • Heidi Betrug says:

    Just watched ‘Enchanted Christmas’. Are you KIDDING ME? Hallmark movies are predictable and corney at the best of times but this saccharine schlockfest in July beats them all. The writers phoned this in, collected their checks and moved on to apply the formula to the next script. B list actors take heart – there will be plenty of simplistic roles to go around in the 6 month run-up to the REAL Christmas.

  • Debby says:

    I absolutely love the “Christmas in July” movies. I am especially excited that you decided to air them for the entire month of July! This is a great warmup for the Christmas season and a welcomed diversion from the awful news we hear all day, everyday in America and around the world. Thank you so much and keep up the good work!

  • Connie says:

    BRING THEM BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Carol says:

    I would also love to see the Christmas list with Mimi Rodgers and also matchmaker Santa. Cant get enough Christmas movies.

  • Laurie McElwee says:

    More Mr. Darcy movies, please! We need to see the magic couple as well as the other costars weekly. Please!

  • thirteen says:

    We’ve been gobbling up the Hallmark Christmas movies like peanuts. Looking forward to more!

  • Patricia says:

    Why in the heck do we have to have months and months of stupid Christmas movies. Not everyone wants to see them. Why can’t they be on the other Hallmark channel. It is way to much. Now another fricking month.

    • Sue says:

      I totally agree, Patricia. I watch no Hallmark channel during that time or the nauseatingly long two months of it starting, of all times, at Halloween.

    • Patty Jennings says:

      That’s just sad. Christmas makes me happy – apparently I’m not the only one, from what the other comments are saying. Someone at work complained about all the things she has to do at Christmas & the expense & I told her – just stop doing those things you don’t like to do & enjoy the things you do! She took my advice & it is her favorite time of year. Plus – you are free to turn the channel any time!

    • Tyanne says:

      Let it go people.
      Let it go!

    • Denise says:

      Christmas in July has got to be some of the stupidest programming in TV history. The person who thought this up should be fired. I usually watch the hallmark mystery channel every night but not when you run these stupid programs.

    • Cat says:

      Scrooge much?

      No, not everyone wants to see Christmas movies, but apparently a lot of people do like watching them. If Hallmark wasn’t making a profit and having high levels of viewership, they wouldn’t produce and broadcast the number of Christmas movies they do.

      No one is making you watch Hallmark. There are a lot of other channels you can watch instead of Hallmark channels during Christmas in July and Countdown to Christmas in the fall. Just change the channel and watch something else. Or plan ahead; since you know when Christmas movies are being broadcast on Hallmark, record some movies or other programming you enjoy and play that back during the time Hallmark broadcasts Christmas movies. And actually, according to the schedule I’ve seen, one or the other Hallmark channel is available during July except for the overlap of July 13-15.

      Maybe just try having a little Christmas spirit–yes, even in July. You might find that it makes your life a little more pleasant and less stressed.

    • Susan says:

      I agree with the over-kill, sappy movies, over-and-over again. When they have these weeks/months of holiday movies, I don’t even tune-in to the Hallmark Channel. I miss my Golden Girls, Frasier, and Christina Ferrare on Home and Family. I don’t watch that any more either!

  • Kay Whitt says:

    I would love to see the Movie One Special Night

  • Kay Whitt says:

    I would love to see the Movie One Special Night. It was one of my favorite Christmas movies.Some of the older movies were so good. I would like to see some of them

  • Anonymous says:

    I haave got to see a bride for Christmas

  • Deb Smith-Collins says:

    Love Hallmark Movies. New favorite is ” Switched at Christmas” love Candace Cameron Bure!

  • Dan McCray says:

    Where is The Christmas Card? Moved last December and lost all my saved movies!

  • Karen says:

    The video you’ve posted above has the wrong dates on it.. You said: “Christmas Keepsake” begins Friday, July 9th and ends Sunday, July 22nd.

    If you check your calender July 9th is a Monday.. The actual dates are:
    Friday July 13 – Thurs. July 26.. I’ve posted this on here about 5 times at least.

  • brenda says:

    love all the Hallmark Christmas movies. Some.of my favorite are season of miracles,Christmas card, Christmas ornament, Christmas hearts, Christmas star, most wonderful time of the year. All of Debbie maccombers movies. Love love them all!

  • Bob says:

    I wish they would show Christmas in Conway.

  • James says:

    Check out the schedule of movies airing during the Christmas Keepsake Holiday Preview, July 13th – July 22nd on Hallmark Channel!

    Friday, July 13
    12/11c: Miss Christmas
    2/1c: Sharing Christmas
    4/3c: A Royal Christmas
    6/5c: The Christmas Cottage
    8/7c: Finding Santa

    Saturday, July 14
    7a/6c: Let It Snow
    9a/8c: My Christmas Dream
    11a/10c: A Wish for Christmas
    1/12c: A December Bride
    3/2c: A Gift to Remember
    5/4c: Marry Me at Christmas
    7/6c: With Love, Christmas
    9/8c: Christmas Next Door

    Sunday, July 15
    7a/6c: A Dream of Christmas
    9a/8c: The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
    11a/10c: A Royal Christmas
    1/12c: Christmas Under Wraps
    3/2c: Switched for Christmas
    5/4c: Miss Christmas
    7/6c: Christmas at Holly Lodge
    9/8c: Coming Home for Christmas

    Monday, July 16
    12/11c: A December Bride
    2/1c: Marry Me at Christmas
    4/3c: Christmas Connection

    Tuesday, July 17
    12/11c: The Christmas Cottage
    2/1c: Switched for Christmas
    4/3c: Enchanted Christmas

    Wednesday, July 18
    12/11c: Christmas Getaway
    2/1c: Christmas Next Door
    4/3c: Coming Home for Christmas

    Thursday, July 19
    12/11c: Mistletoe Inn
    2/1c: Royal New Year’s Eve
    4/3c: With Love, Christmas

    Friday, July 20
    12/11c: Christmas List
    2/1c: My Christmas Dream
    4/3c: Christmas in Evergreen
    6/5c: Christmas Under Wraps
    8/7c: Christmas at Holly Lodge

    Saturday, July 21
    7a/6c: Royal New Year’s Eve
    9a/8c: Sharing Christmas
    11a/10c: Christmas Connection
    1/12c: Miss Christmas
    3/2c: Coming Home for Christmas
    5/4c: Christmas Getaway
    7/6c: Finding Santa
    9/8c: Switched for Christmas
    11/10c: Christmas: A First Look Preview Special (Premiere)

    Sunday, July 22
    7a/6c: Crown for Christmas
    9a/8c: Mistletoe Inn
    11a/10c: Christmas Next Door
    1/12c: Enchanted Christmas
    3/2c: The Sweetest Christmas
    5/4c: The Christmas Cottage
    7/6c: Christmas in Evergreen
    9/8c: A Gift to Remember

    • Tyanne says:

      I would LOVE to see A Christmas Wish and The The Christmas Card.

    • Karen says:

      The schedule has changed since you posted this!! And more movies have been added.

      HMM – Friday June 29 – Sunday July 15
      Hallmark – Friday July 13 – Thur. July 26

    • Mary says:

      Wonderful. Wish we could get 24/7 but I guess we can’t have it all,

    • Christina says:

      Please, please show The Christmas Card!!! One of my all time favorites!!!

      • Diane j. Hernandez I'm says:

        I am in total shock I wait for Christmas in July just for one show THE CHRISTMAS CARD …..I can’t believe this …last year it wasn’t aired in the month of December at all….yes you did play it 14 times last year but not in Christmas 🎄 in July smh ….please please I’m begging you please reconsider and play my favorite Christmas show…..ty 😱😭

    • Niki says:

      So which day do the Christmas movies actually start? They are showing the 6th but you are showing a different date. Thank you and can’t wait for Christmas in July

      • Karen says:


        Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Friday, June 29 – Sunday July 15
        Hallmark Channel Friday July 13 – Thur. July 26

        4 whole weeks

    • Tyanne says:

      One movie I’d like to see that Hallmark hasn’t shown for a long time is The Christmas List starring Mimi Rodgers.

    • Diane j. Hernandez says:

      I am in total shock I wait for Christmas in July just for one show THE CHRISTMAS CARD …..I can’t believe this …last year it wasn’t aired in the month of December at all….yes you did play it 14 times last year but not in Christmas 🎄 in July smh ….please please I’m begging you please reconsider and play my favorite Christmas show…..ty 😱😭

    • Kay Whitt says:

      I would love to see the Movie One Special Night. It was one of my favorite Christmas movies.Some of the older movies were so good. I would like to see some of them

    • Sue says:

      November Christmas has been my favorite since I first saw it. Why is it not showing anymore? It has such heart and warmth.

    • Mariann. Rindahl says:

      We finally got rid of a long winter and now we are subjected to Christmas in the summer and it will start again in the fall. Doesn’t hallmark have any new programming?

      • Connie says:

        Christmas movies should be shown AT CHRISTMAS TIME!!! It’s really
        wonderful to see them with the Spirit of Christmas upon us.

        BUT, This July Christmas totally takes away the joy of the REAL
        Christmas!! Sorry but i find this Christmas in July totally absurd.

    • Cyndi says:


    • Todd says:

      I love all these HM movies. I could fall in love with just about all the leading women!!

    • Sheila says:

      Please get this Christmas stuff off!!! I hate it!!! Bad idea!!! Leave Christmas for Christmas time!!!!!

    • Don LL says:

      I know about 50 people throughout the country who, surprisingly, are fans of the Hallmark channel late night: Golden Girls, Frazier, Lucy as the sun comes up.
      Whenever Hallmark switches to christmas movies, which seem to be Valentine movies with christmas decorations as props, every one of these persons, including myself, switch to other channels.
      When one of us realizes the old standby scheduling is back we let the others know.
      I cannot believe Hallmark’s powers-that-be are not seeing a sharp downward spike whenever they show those lame Valentine-Christmas films. But then they do not care. Truly.

    • Lynn Groves says:

      I love the Christmas Movies, especially in July- they provide an escape from all the negatives in the world. Christmas is a magical time of year- thanks for letting us see almost 2 weeks of movies on the regular Hallmark Channel.

  • Karen Hamrick says:

    The Christmas in July schedules have changed..

    Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel Fri. June 29 – Sun. July 15
    Hallmark Channel Fri. July 13 – Sun. July 22
    That’s over 3 weeks of Christmas movies..

    HMM isn’t having 24/7 movies this year.

  • Teresa says:

    Please please do place the entire month of July for Christmas movies ..culminating at july 25!!

    Hallmark channel is the best channel ever !!!!

    We love you!!!

  • Travia says:

    Yeaaa totally excited!! August through December is my favorite time of year (especially for Christmas and Halloween).

  • Karen Hamrick says:

    Just as a heads up, the Christmas in July is starting to come out..

  • Lee says:

    Hate Christmas in July and early start to solid Christmas movies in October!!!!!! I do not watch your channels when Christkas movies start>

    • Tyanne says:

      So sad for you😣

    • Karen Hamrick says:

      Lee, no one is making you watch Christmas movies at anytime of the year. Which causes me to ask the question: What are you even doing on this Christmas in July page? I’m sure no one made you, I assume you are a grown up and know how to click this page off and move on to whatever you want to look at. So you came to this page of your own free will, so there is no cause for the bad comments.

    • cathy says:

      Love Christmas in July

    • Deb Miles says:

      Who doesn’t enjoy a good Christmas movie and the happy spirirt is brings, any time of year ! Love Hallmark for doing this.

    • Connie says:

      Neither do I. Have not turned to Hallmark aver since this Christmas in
      July started. It is RIDICULOUS!

  • I love the Christmas In July movies and I also wish the channel would do the whole month of July. My favorite Christmas movies are all the ones that the theme are Princes or Princesses who find true love and marry them. My favorite of these is the first one made “A Princess For Christmas” I LOOVVVEEED That one. I also love “The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year” “Eve’s Christmas”, “Santa Baby”, and “Santa Baby 2”. I can not wait for July and October to come so I can watch Christmas In July and Countdown To Christmas!

    • Mary says:

      I agree with you wholeheartly. The whole month of July should be dedicated to christmas movies since it is called Christmas in July.

    • Joyce says:

      “Christmas with Tucker” and “I’ll be Home for Christmas” are two of my favorites or maybe it’s James Brolin that’s the favorite haha. Anyway, every year on December 26th I start counting down to the next holiday season. Christmas in July really helps during the hot summer.

  • Can you please put in a good word to have Hallmark play “Fallen Angel” this year. It was not played at all last year. I know that this is one of the older ones but this is no reason to knock it off the shelf.They played ones that dated back to 1986(the one with John Denver).I truly love this one actually a little more than “The Christmas Card”. That is saying a lot! Please pass this on.

  • sue says:

    I wish hallmark would get the rights to Yes Virginia there is a Santa Claus with Richard Thomas in it. I loved that movie and all i could get was a lousy copy from someone on ebay.

  • Shawn Bean says:

    Christmas is my FAVORITE time of year! I have lost quite a few loved ones (parents, grandparents, 3 siblings) and the Christmas movies bring me such joy as I remember them in my heart during the holiday season. I love all of the Christmas movies, but my absolute best ones are: Christmas Under Wraps, A Christmas Melody, A Christmas Detour, and A Christmas Visitor. I love Candace Cameron! I have not seen “A Christmas Visitor” in about 3 years and I wish Hallmark would air it this holiday season (In July and November-December). I never get tired of watching the Christmas movies, so YES, I would love to see them the entire month of July. The Christmas season is always in my heart, regardless of what time of year it is!

    • melanie says:

      I second that. Christmas under wraps is my absolute favorite. I have seen all the others that you mentioned too with the exception of A Christmas Visitor and it is funny that all of the ones you listed are also my favorites. I wish hallmark aired Christmas movies all year long. They are the best and you are also correct that Candace Cameron is wonderful. I also really like Paul Green ( he is in A Christmas Wish)

    • Carolyn Hosey says:

      I too are so excited when Christmas movies finally gets here! I would also like A Christmas Visitor to air I especially like Candace Cameron Bure’, Lacy Chabert, Rachael Boston, Paul Greene and B. Elliott I wish Christmas movies would air the whole month of July.

    • Mike says:


  • anonymous says:

    i wood like to see the i don’t knoe the name of it but i know that the girl make’s pancakes on the show

  • Cheri says:

    I love love love them all! My favorite is Angels & Ornaments! The scoring is so beautiful. The music throughout the story is brilliant. And The cast is just so perfect! It is a wonderful movie because all of us have lost somebody we love, be it a spouse, child, parent aunt grandparent, cousin, best friend or a beautiful dog or cat. I play that song weekly. Thank you for a most precious movie, Hallmark!

    • Patty Cuoco-Schoen says:

      We love Angels and Ornaments also . Thank you so much Hallmark for airing on the Movies and Mysteries Channel yesterday . We were especially happy to find it for the first time on DVD ! Ordered and will be added to our Hallmark collection !

    • Sarah says:

      I love this one too!

  • Sheryl says:

    One of my favorites is “the nine lives of Christmas”.

    • Jan says:

      YES – YES – and its not on the schedule for this year. What a shame. And others they play over and over. Disappointing.

      • Dete says:

        I just printed out the Hallmark Channel Schedule &
        “Nine Lives of Christmas” is on Thursday, July 19 at
        8 Eastern/7 Central & also Tuesday, July 24 @ 8AM/7AM.
        It is one of my very favorite Christmas movies.

  • elen says:

    a season for miracles with mae whitman is my favorite hallmark movie. i

  • robin carter says:

    love it

  • Diana says:

    I, too, love The Most Wonderful Time of the Year…Season of Miracles and a lot of the movies listed above…some of the older ones that have seemed to be forgotten. It would be wonderful to be able to watch them again and you would make a lot of people very happy. I was disappointed that The Most Wonderful Time of the Year was shown so few times this past Christmas season and the times that it was scheduled were not always at a time when most people would be able to watch it. I would love to be able to see again some of those that are in the archives. Please consider this (if the list has not already been compiled.) Thank you for giving of your time to read all of these comments. I do love Christmas in July:)

    • Meghan says:

      The Most Wonderful Time of the year is my absolute favorite Christmas movie! So sad they are not showing it.

    • K I m says:

      I also love that movie! I have it on my dvr and watch it throughout the year!

    • lisa says:

      Exactly what happened to The Most Wonderful Time of the Year!!!! I LOVE THAT MOVIE ONE OF MY FAVORITES along with Window Wonderland, and can we get those that are archived to be in the line up as well and not just over in the morning when people are asleep. Can we also get like Home Alone 1 the classic as well and i would love if you could play Christmas movies all month in July!!

    • Becky says:

      I am thankful for all the movies you do show but I would like to see more of The Bridge and The Bridge Part 2. I love both of them. Please air both of them more often than you do. Please air them both during regular hours instead of late night or early morning hours. Thank you.

  • Diana says:

    I, too, like The Most Wonderful Time of the Year…Season of Miracles…and a lot of others that were mentioned in the above comments. I was disappointed not to see these and a few others that I especially love on your Christmas in July list. Any chance that they could be included…please. This past Christmas I was sorry that The Most Wonderful Time of the Year was not presented more often or it was shown when most people were In bed or just getting up for the day and not a convenient time for watching:( It is my hope that some of these favorites that people have mentioned will be taken into consideration when the Christmas list is compiled…again, please:)

  • Marian says:

    The movie “It happened one Christmas ” starring Marlo Thomas from the ’80s was so good! Cannot find this movie anywhere now. Hallmark should find it , it’s a version of “Its a wonderful life”

  • Rosemary Whittle says:

    I’ve just looked at the schedule and did not see SSD For Christmas on it. It was in the early Christmas Week In July notices Why isn’t on the schedule? This series is so great and it’s disappointing that it wasn’t scheduled! Please include it. I know there are many other viewers who feel the same as I do. This movie inspires hope for all.

  • Chris Scheppan says:

    The previews for Hallmarks Christmas in July shows a scene from SSD CHRISTMAS. I Looked at the schedule and do not see it. Please show it. It is one of the best.

  • Anonymous says:

    How come you don’t show The Most Wonderful Time Of Year?? A lot of posts express that it is a favorite. You didn’t show it last year either in the summer and barely showed it during the actual Holiday Season. You need to listen to your fans.

  • Sue says:

    I’m mad your not showing the most wonderful time of the year…thats 1 of my favorites but I’m glad your showing let it snow I’m DEFINATELY gonna record it…i love Christmas in july…christmas is my favorite holiday ppl think I’m nuts lol….but it just seems everyone is alil nicer and have warmer hearts…keep up your great work hallmark channel….

  • Marion says:

    I really enjoy the older Hallmark Christmas Movies. Most of the newer ones all seem to be the same story over and over. I love “Christmas in my Hometown”, the one with Olivia Newton-John and Gregory Harrison, A Grandpa for Christmas, and more like that. They are the ones that really warm the heart.

  • Marcus says:

    I really enjoy the Christmas in July. Some of my family think I over do it. What can I say, I’m a hopeless romantic and sentimentalist. Love the feel good spirit of Christmas and memories of Christmas as a child. Speaking as a Romantic, I also love the Hallmark line up throughout the year as well, especially that of the Good Witch episodes. Thank you Hallmark.

    • jc says:

      I agree, I love the Christmas movies in July and December and I love all the romance movies and also love the Good Witch series and movies…Thank you

  • tricia minter says:

    I was expecting Christmas in July to be for the month of July. I start waiting for this every year as the Christmas movies end after Christmas. Please put the movies on for the whole month of July. For many people this kicks off their Christmas shopping as it gets them in the holiday mood. I would also like an All of My Heart Christmas movie with Lacy Chabert & Brandon Elliott. This is a very popular movie & y’all are already doing a sequel movie so why not go ahead & add a Christmas movie to the list.

  • Yvonne says:

    I was looking for the Christmas Shepherd.

  • Anonymous says:

    Please show the Christmas shepherd-that movie I awesome

  • Anonymous says:

    My very favorite Hallmark movie of all time is “The Christmas Card” so glad u are showing it again…although I watch it on my dvr over Christmas holidsys.

    • Anonymous says:

      Mine too…..absolutely love that movie. Such beautiful scenery and just an all-round great movie!

    • Diane Hernandez says:

      I absolutely love love love the Christmas card it isn’t Christmas until I see Alice Evans & John Newton ….I wish a sequel would come out …..⛄❄

  • Karen Hamrick says:

    On the list you’ve posted above of the HMM schedule, you have something that needs corrected.. On Sat. July 8th at 1pm should be “The Christmas Card” not “The Christmas Carol”. I just thought you’d want to correct that..

  • Glenda says:

    You should put A Princess at Christmas on the list. During Droughtlander, it would be good to see Sam Heughan in a movie.

    • Gingerbee says:

      Agreed! It has always been one of my favorites even before his popularity. That movie began the tradition of the “Royal ” theme. The drafty but beautiful old castle,Roger Moore in one of his last roles, Sam Heughan in one of his first. The network has never treated that film with the reverence they should have.

  • Connie Florek says:

    PLEASE……give us our favorite Hallmark Christmas movies all month long in July! Not just one week, but 31 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS on the Hallmark channel! I look forward to this every year, but sometimes I cannot watch the entire week of July Christmas movies…………it would be great to celebrate Christmas every day of July! PLEASE~~~~~

    • Mary says:

      Please do not run Christmas all month! It’s bad enough it’s Halloween through Christmas. I really miss Movies and Mysteries during this time, I have to watch another channel completely for almost two months. Sorry, not a fan. A little, ok, but this is overboard.

      • Mary says:

        Yes, please do run Christmas in July the whole month. There are many I spoken are in awe of the same wish. Most of my constituents are highly favorable of that thought.

      • Tina says:

        Agree wholeheartedly!

      • Maria says:

        Please don’t be a scooge enjoy your life with these wonderful movies….here is how get to your comfort place in your tv room put a cozy shawl around you..get a cup of hot chocolate with marshmallows .a box of Kleenex tissues ….remote in one hand..and sit back and enjoy….better yet invite friends and family over get out the huge pot of coco to serve all… you know the one I’m talking about and relive your childhood memories during commercials and continue the movies in between your convoes …you will be amazed at how much you really love christmas…..merry Christmas

        • Mary says:

          I’m so sorry, I’m not a Scrooge! I love Christmas, at Christmas time. I just love summer. Looking forward to Christmas and everything you mentioned as a part of it. The other part, I will admit, Halloween thru Christmas is a long time for the same movies, over and over. Thanksgiving thru Christmas I could understand! But it’s all the same, everyone pushing the season. Let’s enjoy fall! Let’s enjoy summer! Maybe just have all movies on Hallmark Channel as a compromise.

          • Tyanne says:

            We’re only asking for a reprieve from the endless reruns that are shown all year round. Those of us who look forward to our favorite holiday movies appreciate the special time of the year where ” ALL MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN” can get the opportunity to do so. I don’t think it’s a “RUN OUT and BUY STUFF” mindset.
            I’m sure everyone pretty much has a DVD or DVR, but it’s not the same at least for me. I LOVE Christmas and I’m not trying to force it on anyone else. It’s only 2 weeks

      • Nunna This says:

        I agree! It’s just a marketing gimmick by Hallmark. I don’t even turn on the channel in July because I DO NOT want to see Christmas movies any time EXCEPT during the holiday season.

        And that doesn’t make those of us who hate the “Christmas in July” concept Scrooges; it makes us rational humans who are not caught up in the consumerism of Christmas.

        • Mrs says:

          Thank you. And it’s not just Christmas in July…..its like all other Holidays cease to exist and the day after Halloween it will be nothing but rerun after rerun of endless Christmas movies. Even on the Mystery channel! Ugh! They take off Murder She Wrote to show non-stop in your face Christmas stuff. It is a little over the top for me….and I love Christmas.

      • Carolyn says:

        These movies are what this time of year so much more enjoyable. Can’t wait till July and end of October!

      • Connie says:


    • Gail Saffles says:

      I agree. The Christmas movies have such a way of warming our hearts in any month they play. I look forward when they are on the schedule and the Hallmark channels are the only channel I need on my tv at the time they play

  • A says:

    I still miss the Christmas List with Mimi Rogers and Silver and Gold with Nancy McKeon. They are real oldies but goodies

  • Marge Bailey says:

    My favorites are Angels & Ornaments – absolute favorite! Also Nutcracker Christmas, Hitched for The Holiday’s, A Very Merry Mix-Up, The Christmas Card, A Bride For Christmas – also The Christmas Choir and of course the Mrs Miracle ones. There’s really very few I don’t like, but these are the best!!

    • Courtney Evans says:

      Those are my favorites, too along with Merry Matrimony and 12 Gifts of Christmas. Also on UP, I love Seasons Greetings – that was my favorite new movie last year.

  • Brenda says:

    My favorite ones are a Princess for Christmas, The Christmas Card, A Christmas Visitor, Christmas Magic, Help for the Holidays, The Most Wonderful Time of the Year and a Christmas Wish with Tess Harper. What I really wish for is that the Hallmark Channel would take out a channel of nothing but Christmas movies and show them all year long. You talk about ratings. That’s a channel that people would have on everyday all day long. Me included.

    • Linda Bennett says:


    • Anonymous says:

      I absolutely love “A Princess for Christmas, “A Crown for Christmas”, The most Wonderful Time of the Year”, “The 12 Gifts of Christmas”, “A December Bride” “The Holiday”,” Matchmaker Christmas”, “Finding Christmas”, “Holiday Engagem”, A Very Merry Mix-Up”, and “Christmas Under Wraps” They all are so good but as of right now these are my favorite!! So please keep them coming! And maybe you could get Valerie Bertinelli to play in one and possibly Marlo Thomas, I think both of those actresses would be great in a Christmas movie!! Thank you for keeping us all so entertained!!

      • Joanne says:

        I love November Christmas with Sam Elliott and. I like the movie when a teenage boy gets families to host a dog for Christmas. Thank you

    • Diane Hernandez says:

      I totally agree ….that’s exactly what I’ve been waiting for a Christmas channel 24 \7 ….oh just send me to heaven ….love to see the Christmas card every month …..❄⛄

  • Pam says:

    Thanks for the updates but is QVC not doing their usual Christmas in July shows??

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      Hi Pam, they definitely are. We will have the schedule up soon 🙂

      • Susan ladu says:

        Hello there. Do you know which week Christmas in July will start? On the website it shows July 7th but across the tv screen it showed it starts July 14th, I am planning on taking a week off from work that week so I can get my Christmas movie fix. Lol. Do you know the correct week yet?

  • Julia says:

    Please show some of the old ones! Plus I love The Santa Suit and The Christmas Kiss.

    • Karl Wagner says:

      HERE HERE!!!

    • Susan says:

      I agree. Please show some of the older movies. Those were wonderful. And please hurry with the tv schedule. I can’t take it anymore. lol

      • Maria says:

        I agree… Eric McCormick..borrowed hearts..hold on I think I need tissues just thinking of this one ..merry Christmas to all

    • Linda Bennett says:

      Ohhhhh i LOVE THE SANTA SUIT!!!!!

      • Anonymous says:

        Love all the Christmas Movies! Especially in July! I wish they would show them year round! I do not enjoy the hot summer days but Christmas in July makes me think snow, joy, and always a happy ending!!!!

  • Almost says:

    78 days Hallmark Countdown to Christmas.
    100 days Freeform 25 days of Christmas.

  • Anonymous says:

    A November Christmas was a great movie too!!!!!

  • Debbie says:

    I’d like to see the Christmas movie Yes Virginia There Is A Santa Claus with Richard Thomas and Charles Bronson. I haven’t seen this movie in several years. Such a good movie!

  • Mona says:

    Agree!! We purchase each one as it comes out and watch all year long !

  • Mary says:

    I totally agree. Christmas movies should be shown the entire month of July. Please consider this for next year.

  • Kim says:

    Why are the Christmas movies over already. Please have them through the whole month of July!! Please!! Missed seeing It’d the most wonderful time of the Year! Plus so many others.

  • jean says:

    My favorite is crown for Christmas and a Princess for Christmas

    • Mimi says:

      I wish they would do the entire month of July. I am sure they could get many of the favorite oldies in there. I am sure this boosts their ratings in midsummer..I loved “Undercover Christmas” and you can’t even get it on DVDs. Now I record all my favorites…watch them on hot summer days and then start full blast on October 1.

    • Linda says:

      I love a princess for christmas

      • Christina Marlborough says:

        My very favorite is The Christmas Card! The Nine lives of Christmas, A Royal Christmas! Those are just a few.

  • catherine simmons says:

    I’m begging hallmark to please bring One Starry Christmas on in July. I have a sister that suffer with depression and she’s looking forward on seeing this show. Could you tell me if you can do that for me. Email me asap to let me know.

  • Jo Crews says:

    I agree with others’ comments. Please bring back older movies such as Borrowed Hearts. I look forward to the Christmas in July movies, but would like some “tweaking” to the schedule.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love the Christmas in July but wish they would only play the movies once. They would be able to play more movies if they only played them once. I would live for them to bring back some of,the older ones too.

  • Anonymous says:


  • valerie says:

    I am so excited my favorite Christmas movie is on the list! A dog name christmas! My dogs and I will be cuddled on the couch watching it for sure!

  • Anonymous says:

    please show A Starry Christmas. I have waited all of this time to see it again. I don’t see it on the list.

    • catherine simmons says:

      Iam looking forward on seeing a starry christmas and praying they put it on the list for juliy.

  • Old Fan says:

    As an old, old fan I would love to see my favorite Hallmark Hall of Fame’s 1980 version of “Little Lord Fauntleroy” with Alec Guinness and Ricky Schroder shown again in the current or near-future Christmas movie line-up. Is that a possibility? It was just magical! Does anyone else remember that one?

  • Louise Bischoff says:

    My favorite of movies is “Unleashing Mr. Darcy” and while it is not a Christmas video, I would love to see it available in a dvd. I have purchased two of the Christmas movies but will watch my TV in July as I love the way all movies end … Happy.

  • Donna Martin says:

    I LOVE ALL THE MOVIES!! Just wish you would do them ALL month in July!!! I am in LOVE with my HALLMARK CHANNELS!!! Especially the Christmas movies!!! I have a Christmas party in July for my friends and I to watch the kickoff of Christmas in July!!! Even turn the air up and pass out blankets like it is Christmas. I have the most fun with Christmas and always Hallmark!!!!

  • Peg says:

    I love the Christmas Card and hope that a sequel is in the works. It would be so great to see the next stage in their lives. I love it and the Most Wonderful time of the year. Some sequels to some of these movies would be great

  • Cathy Viviano says:

    I am loving the Christmas in July crapo

  • love your christmas movies. number one on my list is the Christmas Card could watch it everyday

  • Nancy Bakos says:

    I wish they would show again, One Special Night with Julie Andrews & James Garner, that is such a wonderful movie for Christmas!

  • Lisa J says:

    What about some of those movies on the Hallamrk movies and Mystery channel being played on the other Hallmark Channel. I miss the ones like The Town Christmas Forgot, and the night before the night before Christmas, A season for Miracles, Christmas Magic and Fallen Angel. Those are some that need to be played on the regular Hallmark Channel not just Hallmark movies and mysteries, not everyone has that station like me. We need some of the older christmas shows too.

  • santa 2 says:

    I love both kallmark channels and am so gratefull for christmas in july. Just when i’m about to think christmas will come your holiday show bring renew faith. thank you! if possible could you please try to bring back a moldy oldie from the 60’s . “amalh and the night visitors” i about the operetta in grde school the year it first showed. If it possible I am sure even the younger folks would enjoy some the humor. thanks

  • Tyanne says:

    The updates are showing fine, it’s the comments that I am not receiving. Unless I am notified of an update by you I get nothing. Whether it’s my desktop, laptop or cellphone I can not see any comments. I tried rebooting, uploading and deleting the website and downloading again. The comments used to pop up automatically when I went to the site, but now I don’t know if it’s me or what.
    That’s really a doggone shame about the limited schedule for Christmas in July. I always take a two week vacation so I won’t miss any of the movies and visit my favorite Hallmark store to see and shop the Keepsake Ornament Premiere. This is a BIG part of my summer. I guess I just have to suck it up this year. But I will submit a PROTEST to the Hallmark Channel if necessary.
    Thanks for letting me vent.

  • Jeri says:

    Love all the movies all year long. A little more variety in December would be nice. Great job hallmark. I watch all the time

  • Nancy says:

    But the Christmas card is on the Hallmark movie and mystery channel that we don’t get. So that is a bummer

  • Wanda says:

    I would love to see 3 days. I love all Christmas movies but would really love to see 3 days

  • kathleen ciak says:

    i love all the old movies for christmas especially fallen angel and the christmas ornament
    but it would be nice if the writers could write new christmas movies .

  • Jayne says:

    My Grand Daughter’s favorite Help for the Holidays. Great movie!!!

  • Roxana says:

    My favorites are the “Mrs. miracle” movies. So heart-warming. Hallmark movies and Mariah Carey????? Not so much.

    • Elizabeth says:

      My fav is “Mrs Miracle” also, just love them !!!! Also the movie with Henry Winkler, I can’t remember it’s name. The older ones were the best !!!

  • Bev Miley says:

    Can you tell us why The Christmas List is never on the Christmas in July roster? Is it because it is older? It’s a great movie.

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      Hi Bev, I wish we had a good answer for you. Freeform (formerly known as ABC Family) owns the rights to The Christmas List. For whatever reason, they have opted to not air it at all the last few years. Much to the disappointment of many. 🙁

      • Anonymous says:

        The Most Wonderful Time of the Year is the best of all of the Christmas movies. Please add to the list. My other favorites are A Princess for Christmas and The Christmas Card. Please also add A Christmas Visitor and think about bringing back the oldies Borrowed Hearts and Three Days.
        Thank you!

  • MamaT says:

    I look forward to this time of summer. It’s what holds me over to my favorite time of year, Christmas! I get my Santa hat out and my cozy blanket and watch as many movies as I possibly can. Thank you Hallmark for giving us Christmas in July!

  • Pam says:

    I love the movie, “A Very Married Christmas”. Where did it go?

  • Dennis says:

    I would really like it if more Hallmark Christmas movies were made available on DVDs.

  • Nadine and Barry Douzart says:

    Hello Yall!
    I love watching the Hallmark Christmas movies…there the best…in my opinion. I am gonna crank up my AC so it feels cool and more like Christmas and have a cup of Hot Chocolate, and enjoy! Thank you Hallmark for having “Christmas In July” for us Hallmark Christmas Movies Fans! Can’t Wait!!!
    Merry Christmas In July Yall!
    Nadine in New Orleans

  • Lyrette says:

    Please show Borrowed Hearts, it hasn’t been on in years.

  • Lisa says:

    July is my birthday month & I enjoy watching Christmas movies leading up to my birthday.Thankfully,I got lucky this year & instead of the Christmas movies ending a week before my birthday,the Christmas movies last thru my birthday this year…which I am excited about.My family has had a rough time the last year with several family members passing away in a year’s time & also my dad being really sick.So at least these Christmas movies are something that I can get excited about & look forward too.Thanks Hallmark Channel!!!

  • Matthew Farentino says:

    I agree thirteen

  • thirteen says:

    BTW I think the two best Hallmarks are The Most Wonderful Time of the Year (with Henry Winkler) and The Nine Lives of Christmas (with Brandon Routh and some cats).

    • Judith Fisher says:

      I love all the Christmas movies and would like to see A season for Miracles, Christmas With Holly and One Christmas Eve.

    • TOM says:

      I certainly hope that “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” is played. This is one of the better ones out of them all! Also, Undercover Christmas, but I think it’s owned by Lifetime, and The Christmas List, with Mimi Rogers, last seen on ABC Family. Wish you guys could get those. They are awesome Christmas movies. Also, A Christmas Romance, with Olivia Newton John, and A Holiday To Remember, with Connie Selleca. Hallmark should pick up those Christmas movies

  • thirteen says:

    Just sent you QVC’s Christmas in July schedule. Enjoy!

  • xmasm says:

    Looking foward to watching the Christmas shows on QVC in July. This will be my first year not watching it with my mom since she passed away last October. Although I’m not going to be able to hold back my tears, I’m going to do my best to enjoy.

  • Sharon says:

    Hello All!
    I also look forward to Hallmarks movie event. I set my DVR to record all my favorites. As my family has many relatives to visit in December for Christmas, I decided to have Christmas in July every year. This year is my 3rd one and the grandkids all look forward to spending time here and not rush off to other places. I live alone and I don’t see them often so this is joy to my heart. Happy Holidays early to all!

    • Trish Schrader says:

      I was so happy to hear you have a holiday tradition spending time with your grands! Having family, especially the children, who so much love the Christmas movies!!!

      Enjoy every minute with the babies and bigger ones too!
      Merry Early Christmas ! Trish

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  • Matthew Farentino says:

    why don’t we have at least 2 weeks of christmas in july to get in more great films
    1 week isn’t enough to tide us over until Nov. 1 hey are there going to be some good Halloween and Thanksgiving movies this fall ? me and the wife love those almost as much as the excellent holiday movies

  • Jean W. Beliveau says:

    My Wife an I are looking for “The Most Wonderful time of the year” and “The Christmas Visitor” we do understand and know that You can’t show all the great movies in one weekbut these are 2 of the Best. Any chance of a late change ?
    Thanks for your reply.

  • Christina Marlborough says:

    Why is The Christmas Card in green and all the others are in black??

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      Hi Christina, the green is just a link. If you click on The Christmas Card, it will take you to our page for the movie.

      • Jim Victoria says:

        I have wanted to write this for many, many years now and I guess now that the “Family Channel” has changed it’s name, now is the time.

        Like so many people out there, Christmas has always been a great time of the year for our family. First and foremost for the birth of Our Lord and Savior but, for everything that goes with that. The lights, the songs, the movies and celebrations. All of it bringing back memories and traditions from our youth and the fun of making new memories with our own children and friends.

        As I got older and grew more nostalgic for Rudolph, Charlie Brown’s Christmas and Boris Karloff telling us about the Grinch, I just couldn’t believe what was being passed off as “Christmas Specials”. I can’t tell you how many times “that other channel” promoted Harry Potter movies as part of their Christmas line up. It was disgusting and there was no place for it.

        Then, we discovered your Countdown to Christmas and while some of the movies maybe corny or predictable (our teenagers) they are good, clean, fun entertainment that capture the meaning of Christmas and the essence of family during the Holiday Season.

        We truly enjoy the shows and movies that you air and it has me believing that Hallmark is the true Family Channel.

        Take care, have a great year and a very merry Christmas to all of you at Hallmark.

      • Anonymous says:

        i hope xmas card will be on i can watch it over and over its the best one yet

  • Nancy Bakos says:

    I wish Hallmark would air “The Christmas Card” on its regular Hallmark channel & not just on the Hallmark movie Channel, my 93 year old mother & many others love that movie so much & their cable system in the nursing home doesn’t have the movie channel. Mom has stopped watching Hallmark because she feels they no longer care for the “older” group of watchers. Can’t we change their minds & air the Christmas Card. And after reading alot of reviews last Christmas, my mom isn’t alone., there were alot of disappointed viewers who couldn’t see their favorite movies.

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      Absolutely agree Nancy, there were a lot of complaints last year about this.

    • klg1956 says:

      Yes, I think the writing has gone downhill over the past six years. What happened? Did they fire all the great writers? Sometimes they have a good one, but it’s not like it used to be at Hallmark. They stood for greatness in writing/stories.

    • klg1956 says:

      I know I was, who wants to see a calendar sexy movie about Christmas….whose decision was that? Your mother would love the Kevin Sorbo movie, “The Santa Suit”…great writing.

    • Anonymous says:

      The Christmas Card is on the schedule! Look again.

    • Mona says:

      I feel so bad for your Mom . If they have a DVD player you can get the DVD for her to watch. My husband watches The Christmas Card all year long as well as “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year ” . His two favorites .

  • glenice graves says:

    please show A Crown for Christmas and Royal Christmas in July 2016

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      Hi Glenice, both of these WILL air this year! July 11th and July 12th on the regular Hallmark channel 🙂

  • Mary Ezell says:

    Will Mr. St. Nick be aired this year?

    • Mrs. Claus says:

      Hi Mary, Mr. St. Nick was shown last July but it looks like it didn’t make it into this years schedule 🙁

  • Stephanie Hopkins says:

    How about “The Christmas List” with Mimi Rogers

  • Celina says:

    I’m very very excited i am cannot wait to watch Christmas movies it’s going be amazing thing i am happy I have to wake up early

  • thirteen says:

    Hiya. I ought to be able to ferret out QVC’s Christmas in July schedule in about a month. They haven’t even come up with one yet. I’ve got my eye on them.

    And here we go again! Yes!!!


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