Hallmark is gearing up for Christmas early with 12 brand-new original holiday films with Hallmark Movies & Mysteries' “Most Wonderful Movies of Christmas” event.
Read the full list below:
Premier date: November 4, 9 p.m.
Tom Jacobs (Sam Page) is known around town as “Mr. Christmas.” He's got a real knack for gift-giving, but when his friend asks him for help picking out the perfect present for his girlfriend, Jacobs finds himself in a predicament. The more Jacobs researches Jenny (Tara Holt), the more he begins to like her.
Premier date: November 5, 9 p.m.
In hopes of helping Robert (Eric Close), an overwhelmed toy inventor, widower, and father of two, meet his 12-day deadline, Lydia (Catherine Bell) starts to realize that maybe a little messiness can be a good thing.
Premier date: November 11, 9 p.m.
After getting into yet another fight with her manager, pop singer Adelaide Kay (Rebecca Tobin) decides to leave her tour bus in Pennsylvania. With nowhere to go, a family takes her in for the holidays, even though they're struggling and about to lose their farm.
Premier date: November 12, 9 p.m.
Miranda (Erin Krakow) fell in love with Ian (Niall Matter) last year while she was searching for her biological father. This Christmas, Miranda returns to the small town she traced her roots to, where Ian is waiting with a special surprise.
Premier date: November 18, 9 p.m.
In Christmas Homecoming, Julie Benz plays a widow with a broken spirit. But when she becomes a landlord to an Army Captain (Michael Shanks) who is recovering from a war injury, something inside her changes.
Premier date: November 19, 9 p.m.
When Finn (David Haydn-Jones) discovers his late father left $50,000 to a nurse he'd only known for two months, Finn decides to do a little research. But, when Finn meets Wilma (Autumn Reeser), he finds she's a single mother with an ill son who needed an operation. Sparks fly between Wilma and Finn, until she finds out why Finn is there in the first place.
Premier date: November 26, 9 p.m.
Following the loss of her parents, the last thing Rachel (Natalie Knepp) wants to do is to return to her hometown. But, after a stranger rescues her from a near fatal accident, she realizes what she needs to do, not only for her career, but for others too.
Premier date: December 2, 9 p.m.
On a mission to turn the town of Angel Falls around, Gabby (Rachel Boston) befriends a volunteer fire chief whose skeptic attitude towards Christmas makes her more determined than ever to succeed.
Premier date: December 3, 9 p.m.
After a devastating breakup, Marie (Jessica Lowndes) loses her Christmas spirit. In hopes of cheering her up, Marie's mother (Brendan Penny) sends her various ornaments from her childhood.
Premier date: December 9, 9 p.m.
When Lacey (Merritt Patterson) slowly rekindles a fire with her former love interest Ean (Steve Lund), she realizes she'll have to make a serious decision. Will Lacey choose to stay with her workaholic business partner and boyfriend, Roger, or will she decide that her connection and history with Ean are too important to lose?
Premier date: December 10, 9 p.m.
Based on the best-selling novel, this story follows single mother and attorney Maggie (Jill Wagner) as she tries to find a balance between her career life and her family life.
Premier date: December 16, 9 p.m.
After Sarah's (Lindy Booth) aunt passes, she leave her city life as an interior designer to spend the holidays at her uncle's ranch. But, instead of receiving the warm Christmas welcome she expected, she's forced to deal with an uncle who wants to avoid the holiday altogether.
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