“It’s the most wonderful time of the year” is a phrase we hear every year at this time of Christmas. However, it’s only one of the many Christmas movies available to watch on the Hallmark Channel in the coming months. There are over 30 Christmas movies scheduled for release between October 2022 and December 2022. The channel has released a list of all the upcoming Christmas movies scheduled to air during the Christmas season. This list includes the movies that will be aired on the channel in the coming month. Here are the movies airing on the Hallmark Channel from October to December.
31 Christmas Movies on Hallmark Channel – 2022
Hallmark has released its Christmas movie schedule to get you in the spirit for the holiday season, even though it’s only the beginning of the fall season. Hallmark’s newest roster of festive offers, which includes 31 new movies until the end of December, seems like the perfect way to delve deeply into the Christmas season.
1: “Noel Next Door” — Friday, October 21 8/7c
A hard-working single mother gets into a verbal battle with her neighbor, who she believes is destroying Christmas, only to discover that this misunderstood grouch may just win her heart in the end.
Natalie Hall, Corey Sevier
2: “We Wish You a Married Christmas” — Saturday, October 22 8/7c
Becca and Robby are married but find it challenging to connect as the holidays get closer. They take their marital counselor’s advice and travel to a quaint inn in Vermont just before Christmas to relax and refresh themselves. As a result of an accident that rendered their vehicle inoperable, they were forced to make the most of their extended weekend getaway, which could set them on the path to a happily married Christmas.
Marisol Nichols, Kristoffer Polaha
3: “A Kismet Christmas” — Sunday, October 23 8/7c
When children’s book author Sarah returns to her hometown, she meets up with her family and catches up with Travis, the boy she had a crush on when she was younger. She quickly learns that a family myth passed down for generations may be accurate.
Sarah Ramos, Carlo Marks, Marilu Henner
4: “A Cozy Christmas Inn” — Friday, October 28 8/7c
Real estate executive Erika decides to spend Christmas in Alaska in the hopes of purchasing a bed and breakfast, but after she gets there, she learns that her former boyfriend already owns the property. She realizes she is falling in love with the neighborhood and perhaps even with him during her time there.
Jodie Sweetin, David O’Donnell
5: “Jolly Good Christmas” — Saturday, October 29 8/7c
David is an architect from the United States, but he’s been living in London since he got a dream job at a prominent firm there. Only three days are left until Christmas, and he runs into Anji, a professional shopper, who looks strange when he tells her about the gift card he plans to give to his fiancée. In the end, David decides to engage Anji. As a result of a series of unforeseen circumstances, he finds himself on an exciting trip around Jolly Old London with Anji by his side as they look for the ideal gift.
Reshma Shetty, Will Kemp
6: “Ghosts of Christmas Always” — Sunday, October 30 8/7c
Katherine is a Ghost of Christmas Present, and her mission is to assist Peter in rekindling the Christmas joy lost through the years. But there is an extraordinary event in store for this year.
Kim Matula, Ian Harding, Beth Leavel, Lori Tan Chinn, Reginald VelJohnson
7: “A Magical Christmas Village” — Friday, November 4 8/7c
Her well-ordered life is thrown into disarray due to Summer’s mother, Vivian moving in with her and Chloe, Summer’s little daughter. Upon Chloe’s arrival, Vivian displays an ancestral Christmas hamlet in a tiny form modeled after their hometown and informs her that it has the power to grant Christmas wishes. As Chloe starts arranging the figurines, it seems like real-life occurrences mimic the settings she’s creating for them. The family will get closer together, thanks in no small part to the enchantment of the Christmas town, and maybe, just maybe, Summer will figure out how to love again after having her heart broken.
Alison Sweeney, Luke Macfarlane, Marlo Thomas
8: “Lights, Camera, Christmas!” — Saturday, November 5 8/7c
Kerry, the proprietor of a small business, offers her services as a costume designer to the cast and crew of a holiday-themed romantic comedy film in her town. During her work on the film, she rediscovers her interest in costume design and finds herself developing feelings for Brad, the well-known actor who plays the lead role.
Kimberley Sustad, John Brotherton
9: “All Saints Christmas” — Sunday, November 6 8/7c
Lisette, a well-known R&B singer, is getting ready to spend Christmas with her family in New Orleans, where she was born. Her family insisted that her ex-boyfriend accompanied her on the vacation when the media mistook a photo of her with her former partner, a music producer, for an engagement announcement.
Ledisi, Roger Cross
10: “In Merry Measure” — Friday, November 11 8/7c
When pop diva Darcy travels back to her hometown to celebrate Christmas with her sister and niece, she is shocked to discover that she will be co-directing the high school choir alongside her former adversary Adam.
Patti Murin, Brendan Penny, Jennifer Robertson
11: “The Royal Nanny” — Saturday, November 12 8/7c
Claire is a member of MI5 who deceives her superiors by posing as the royal nanny. She has to face the difficulties of her mission, such as avoiding falling prey to Prince Colin’s enchantments while ensuring her family’s well-being throughout the holiday season.
Rachel Skarsten, Dan Jeannotte, Greta Scacchi
12: “Christmas at the Golden Dragon” — Sunday, November 13 8/7c
The unexpected announcement made by Romy and Rick’s parents that they would be selling the Chinese restaurant they have owned and maintained for several decades causes the siblings to each find themselves rethinking their trajectories as a result of the news. The news will also affect the historic restaurant’s devoted customers and staff members because they have grown to rely on the restaurant over the winter months.
Kara Wang, Osric Chau, Sara Canning, Antonio Cupo, Barbara Niven
13: “Inventing the Christmas Prince” — Friday, November 18 8/7c
When Shelby’s daughter starts to believe that her miserly boss, Evan, is the Christmas Prince from a story her mother made up years ago, Shelby is so fed up with her job as a rocket engineer that she is willing to resign.
Tamera Mowry-Housley, Ronnie Rowe Jr.
14: “Three Wise Men and a Baby” — Saturday, November 19 8/7c
When three brothers are compelled to assist one another in caring for a newborn during the winter vacations, they are in for the adventure of their lives. As they gradually get the hang of things, they find themselves on unexpected journeys of self-discovery and begin rebuilding their relationships as brothers and the damaged romantic and professional relationships in their respective lives while rediscovering their love of Christmas. The story follows the brothers as they navigate these unexpected journeys of self-discovery and begin to put the pieces of their lives back together.
Paul Campbell, Tyler Hynes, Andrew Walker, Margaret Colin
15: “When I Think of Christmas” — Sunday, November 20 8/7c
When Sara Thompson returns to her childhood home to assist her mother with moving, she is taken aback to see that her ex-boyfriend Josh Hartman has also returned. The two had initially planned on pursuing a career in music together, but Sara decided to pursue a legal education instead. The exes are progressively reconciling their differences and working on healing wounds, both old and fresh. After Sara discovers a startling discovery, she and Josh devise an audacious plan for the forthcoming Christmas concert. This strategy will bring everyone closer to their musical origins and ensure that this season will be one they will never forget.
Shenae Grimes-Beech, Niall Matter, Beth Broderick
16: “My Southern Family Christmas” — Thursday, November 24 8/7c
Campbell has the opportunity to see her biological father for the first time, and she does so in the garb of a journalist so that he will be completely unaware of her true identity. She concludes from her interactions with him, his family, and the town’s official record keeper that families are great despite their inherent dysfunction. In the end, Campbell is faced with the option of whether or not she will conceal her true identity from her father or tell him the truth; whichever choice she makes, Christmas will never be the same for their family again.
Juicy Elliot, Bruce Campbell, Ryan Rottman, Moira Kelly, Brian McNamara
17: “#Xmas” — Friday, November 25, 6/5c
When Jen has the opportunity to compete in a design competition for a business, she decides to masquerade as a family influencer. She enlists the assistance of her closest friend, Max, and her young nephew. When Jen finds out that her video has been chosen as one of the finalists, she is conflicted between continuing with her ideal “family” and telling the judges the truth.
Clare Bowen, Brant Daugherty
18: “A Royal Corgi Christmas” — Friday, November 25 8/7c
As Christmas approaches, a hesitant Crown Prince Edmond goes home in the hopes of being declared the heir to the kingdom. He buys his mother, the Queen, a mischievous Corgi named “Mistletoe” in an effort to win her favor. Edmond hires American canine behavior specialist Cecily after a string of canine mishaps, but to his chagrin, Cecily insists that he participate in each day’s training sessions. Tensions rise as they prepare Mistletoe for the annual Christmas Ball together. Not only does the adorable puppy win their hearts, but they also learn that love can blossom in the unlikeliest of places, prompting them to reevaluate their priorities.
Hunter King, Jordan Renzo
19: “A Tale of Two Christmases” — Saturday, November 26 6/5c
Somehow, Emma is able to split her Christmas celebrations between the city, where she meets and spends time with her new crush and his friends, and the suburbs, where she spends time with her family and observes all the traditional festivities. along with Drew, a long-time friend who may have affections for her. While on her two-part vacation, Emma learns a lot about herself and about what will bring her lasting joy in both her personal and romantic lives.
Kat Barrell, Chandler Massey, Evan Roderick
20: “Haul Out the Holly” — Saturday, November 26 8/7c
Emily returns home in anticipation of seeing her parents but finds out they are departing on a trip before she can see them. Emily is spending the holidays with them, and the homeowners association is doing everything possible to get her involved in the various holiday activities planned for the community.
Lacey Chabert, Wes Brown, Ellen Travolta, Peter Jacobson, Melissa Peterman, Stephen Tobolowsky
21: “A Christmas Cookie Catastrophe” — Sunday, November 27, 6/5c
Annie Cooper is doing her best to get her grandmother’s small town cookie firm back on its feet when she passes away, but she has large shoes to fill. The theft of her grandmother’s secret recipe during the Christmas party further adds to the difficulty of this undertaking. Meanwhile, Annie works with Sam, the owner of a nearby bakery, to reproduce the recipe in the hopes of rescuing the business and her career once she discovers who the perpetrator is. Annie and Sam realize this as they make batch after batch of cookies in search of the perfect one.
Rachel Boston, Victor Webster
22: “A Holiday Spectacular” — Sunday, November 27 8/7c
In the year 1958, Maggie is a wealthy heiress from Philadelphia. She decides to postpone her wedding to a member of Philadelphia’s high society to steal away to New York City and fulfill her long-held ambition to perform live during the Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall.
Ginna Claire Mason, Derek Klena, Eve Plumb, Ann-Margret. Featuring the Radio City Rockettes
23: “A Big Fat Family Christmas” — Friday, December 2 8/7c
Liv is an aspiring photojournalist who dreams of striking out on her own. She decides not to disclose the truth that the Chang family is her own in reality to land the dream job of photographing the Chang family’s annual holiday party for a cover story. She wants to confide in Henry, her coworker covering the story alongside her, but she doesn’t want to do so since she doesn’t want to put her major break at risk.
Shannon Chan-Kent, Shannon Kook, Tia Carrere, Jack Wagner
24: “A Fabled Holiday” — Saturday, December 3 8/7c
Talia and Anderson, her closest friend from childhood, suddenly run into one other in a town that has a curiously familiar appearance and is full of Christmas joy. This village can heal its guests when they need it the most.
Brooke D’Orsay, Ryan Paevey
25: “Undercover Holiday” — Sunday, December 4 8/7c
When Jaylen, a freshly minted pop sensation, goes home for the holidays, she convinces her overprotective family that Matt, her hyperactive security guard, is her new boyfriend. In truth, Matt is her overzealous security guard.
Noemi Gonzalez, Stephen Huszar
26: “The Most Colorful Time of the Year” — Friday, December 9 8/7c
Ryan, a primary school teacher, discovers that he is colorblind throughout his career. In preparation for the holidays, Michelle, an optometrist who is also the mother of one of his students, lends a hand in bringing color into his life.
Katrina Bowden, Christopher Russell
27: “Christmas Class Reunion” — Saturday, December 10 8/7c
A group of former classmates from high school who formerly referred to themselves as the “cursed class” get together over the holiday season for their 15-year reunion. During the time they spent getting to know one another again, the former classmates challenged one another to think back on who they were, who they are, and who they aspire to become.
Aimeé Teegarden, Tanner Novlan
28: “The Holiday Sitter” — Sunday, December 11 8/7c
Sam is a busy bachelor who watches for his niece and nephew before the holidays when his sister and her husband are required to leave town with the children. He is so out of his element that he enlists the assistance of their good-looking neighbor Jason, and he ends up in an unplanned romantic relationship.
Jonathan Bennett, George Krissa, Chelsea Hobbs
29: “Holiday Heritage” — Friday, December 16 8/7c
Ella decides to return to her childhood home to try to patch things up with her dysfunctional family. She enlists the assistance of her ex-boyfriend, Griffin, to persuade her family to observe Christmas and Kwanzaa and to make up for their hurts in the past before it is too late.
Torrey DeVitto, Zane Holtz, Lyndie Greenwood, Brooks Darnell, Holly Robinson Peete
30: “Twas the Night Before Christmas” — Saturday, December 17 8/7c
A former actress who is interested in transitioning into directing puts her abilities to the test by participating in a town’s annual Christmas Eve courtroom drama. The production centers on a dispute about whether the well-known poem “A Visit from St. Nick” is the real author.
Torrey DeVitto, Zane Holtz
31: “Hanukkah on Rye” — Sunday, December 18 8/7c
Molly and Jacob are introduced to one another by a matchmaker, but their blossoming relationship is tested when they discover that they both operate rival delis. Will they still be together after the Hanukkah miracle?
Jeremy Jordan, Yael Grobglas, Lisa Loeb
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