Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ “Most Wonderful Movies of Christmas” begins October 31st 2014

Hallmark Movies & Mysteries' "Most Wonderful Movies of Christmas" begins October 31st 2014Hallmark Movies & Mysteries (formerly Hallmark Movie Channel) will air 1300 hours of the most sought-after, traditional and cherished Christmas programming, including an exclusive lineup of the highest-rated Holiday Original Movies of all time from Crown Media Family Network’s robust library, airing exclusively on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.

The 24/7 holiday schedule will also feature the World Premiere of two brand-new Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Originals, “Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas” and “The Christmas Secret,” celebrated movies from the Hallmark Hall of Fame Christmas Collection, the annual Yule Log burning brightly from Christmas Eve through Christmas morning and timeless seasonal favorites every Thursday night, embarking on the biggest holiday programming event the network has ever seen.

Last season’s inaugural ‘MOST WONDERFUL MOVIES OF CHRISTMAS’ was a proven success and boosted the network to #1 in households during primetime and delivered its highest quarter, month and week of all time. This year promises to be an even bigger event with more Christmas content that is so beloved, it is a destination unto itself. The network will unwrap exclusive premieres of some of the most celebrated, highly-rated original movies from Crown Media’s library of holiday originals, including:

  • The Christmas Card
  • A Christmas Wish
  • A Christmas Visitor
  • Fallen Angel
  • Christmas with Tucker
  • The Christmas Heart
  • The Wishing Tree
  • Our First Christmas
  • November Christmas
  • A Dog Named Christmas
  • A Season of Miracles
  • and Silver Bells

Hallmark Movies & Mysteries will also treat viewers to two ALL-NEW, highly anticipated Original World Premieres:

World Premiere Sunday, November 23rd, 9pm ET stars Eric Mabius, Kristin Booth, Crystal Lowe, Geoff Gustafson, Marion Ross and Rob Estes. When the beloved quartet of postal detectives – Oliver (Mabius), Shane (Booth), Rita (Lowe) and Norman (Gustafson) – discover an urgent letter written to God, they delay their own travel plans to help a little girl who’s mother’s life hangs in the balance on Christmas Eve. With guidance from a mysterious post office volunteer, Jordan (Estes) and Oliver’s former Sunday School teacher (Ross), the Postables are surprised to discover they’ve been a part of more than one miracle on this Christmas Eve.

World Premiere Sunday, December 7th, 9pm ET stars Bethany Joy Lenz and John Reardon and based on the bestselling novel The Christmas Secret by Donna VanLierre, the film follows a struggling single mom’s search for a lost family heirloom that she hopes will help her find love and good fortune in time for Christmas.

Five timeless seasonal favorites will also air as part of Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ “Christmas Classics Thursday Nights” starting November 6th…

  • A Christmas Carol (1951 starring Alastair Sim and Jack Warner)
  • Holiday Affair (starring Robert Mitchum, Janet Leigh and Wendell Corey)
  • It Happened on 5th Avenue (starring Gale Storm, Victor Moore and Ann Harding)
  • Christmas in Connecticut (starring Barbara Stanwyck, Dennis Morgan and Sydney Greenstreet)
  • The Bishop’s Wife (starring Cary Grant, Loretta Young and David Niven)

18 thoughts on “Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ “Most Wonderful Movies of Christmas” begins October 31st 2014

  • I LOVE your Christmas movies…..and Valentines movies. As far as I’m concerned, there is NO channel on TV worth watching when these movies are on!!!

  • Thank you hallmark , every year we look forward to our
    Christmas Movies . We’re watching them all day :):)…
    I also let family and friends know about your Christmas
    Schedule . See we aren’t the only person who loves
    these movies .

  • Thank you for another year of Christmas movies on Hallmark. I appreciate the good, clean entertainment that Hallmark offers all year long. Please do not ever change. If it is not too late to add another favorite to the Christmas movie list, I really like the movie, “A Boyfriend for Christmas.”

  • Janie Bowen

    Love Christmas but 24/7 for 2 months!? Why launch the mystery part if you’re going to do this? NOT liking this.


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