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Hallmark’s Countdown To Christmas Is Premiering 41 Movies This Year And I Can’t Wait

I can’t wait!! It’s Hallmark Christmas Movie time, a.k.a. the most wonderful time of the year!!

Sure, the Halloween decorations have just made their yearly trip out of storage. The weather is still on the warmer side (Although it’s trying to get cooler!). The leaves haven’t yet really started changing to their bright fall colors. AND, we just BARELY started buying things off the Starbucks fall menu.

But that isn’t going to stop the Hallmark Channel from diving head-first into the glorious Hallmark Christmas Movie pool — and I’m so ready to dip my feet right in!!

To start off the Holiday season right, the Hallmark Channel just released the first part of its Christmas movie schedule, and y’all!! There are going to be 41 new Christmas movies!!

So, let’s grab our Hallmark Christmas Movie Watching Blankets, pop our big bowls of microwave popcorn, and get to gettin’, because here are the movies we know about so far.

You, Me & the Christmas Tree

Premieres: Friday, October 22 on Hallmark Channel at 8pm/7c
Starring: Danica McKellar, Benjamin Ayres and Jason Hervey
Description: Olivia (McKellar) is Connecticut’s resident expert on evergreens who agrees to help Jack (Ayres), a fourth-generation Christmas tree farmer after a mysterious illness strikes their firs. As Olivia tries to get to the root of the problem and extends her stay in town, a budding romance develops between them.

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Boyfriends of Christmas Past

Premieres: Saturday, October 23 on Hallmark Channel at 8pm/7c
Starring: Catherine Haena Kim, Raymond Aback and Paul Sun-Hyung Lee
Description: With the holidays on the way, marketing exec Lauren (Kim) is visited by the ghosts of four ex-boyfriends—who make her realize the true meaning of the season.

Christmas In My Heart

Premieres: Saturday, October 23 on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries at 10pm/9c
Starring: Heather Hemmens, Luke Macfarlane and Sheryl Lee Ralph
Description: Concert violinist Beth (Hemmens) is hired to tutor the daughter of reclusive country star Sean (Macfarlane), but learns that he’s the one who really needs to learn about music and matters of the heart.

The Santa Stakeout

Premieres: Sunday, October 24 on Hallmark Channel at 8pm/7c
Starring: Tamera Mowry-Housley, Paul Campbell and Joe Pantoliano
Description: Police detectives Tanya (Mowry-Houseley) and Ryan (Campbell) team up and pose as a married couple to solve a string of mysterious heists—and learn their case might not be the only unresolved thing around.

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Christmas in Harmony

Premieres: Friday, October 29 on Hallmark Channel at 8pm/7c
Starring: Ashleigh Murray, Luke James, Loretta Devine, Michelle Williams and Basil Wallace
Description: Harmony (Murray) finds herself performing for the Harmony Chorus, a show directed by her ex-boyfriend. Will their musical bond rekindle the flame over the holidays?

Coyote Creek Christmas

Premieres: Saturday, October 30 on Hallmark Channel at 8pm/7c
Starring: Janel Parrish and Ryan Paevey
Description: A “Christmas Around the World” gives two people returning to their hometown the greatest gift of all—a shot at love.

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The Christmas Promise

Premieres: Saturday, October 30 on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries at 10pm/9c
Starring: Torrey DeVitto, Dylan Bruce, Patrick Duffy and Greyston Holt
Description: Nicole (DeVitto) has just lost the love of her life, and is now faced with an impossible task—renovating the home that was meant for her and late fiancee.

Christmas Sail

Premieres: Sunday, October 31 on Hallmark Channel at 8pm/7c
Starring: Katee Sackhoff, Patrick Sabongui and Terry O’Quinn
Description: Liz (Sackhoff) returns home for Christmas to care for her estranged father, but is determined to make the most of it for her daughter.

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Open by Christmas

Premieres: Friday, November 5 on Hallmark Channel at 8pm/7c
Starring: Alison Sweeney, Erica Durance and Brennan Elliott
Description: Nicky (Sweeney) finds an unopened Christmas card from a high school secret admirer and sets off on a mission with her best friend Simone (Durance) to untangle this holiday mystery.

Next Stop, Christmas

Premieres: Saturday, November 6 on Hallmark Channel at 8pm/7c
Starring: Lyndsy Fonseca, Chandler Massey, Lea Thompson and Christopher Lloyd
Description: On her train ride home from Christmas, Angie (Fonseca) wonders what life would be like if she’d stayed with her ex-boyfriend, now a famous sportscaster. Upon arrival, she finds herself at Christmas 10 years in the past—and still with her dream guy.

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Debbie Macomber’s A Mrs. Christmas Miracle

Premieres: Saturday, November 6 on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries at 10pm/9c
Starring: Kaitlin Doubleday, Steve Lund and Caroline Rhea
Description: A struggling family receives a visit from Mrs. Miracle, who is determined to give them a Christmas to remember.

A Christmas Treasure

Premieres: Sunday, November 7 on Hallmark Channel at 8pm/7c
Starring: Jordin Sparks and Michael Xavier
Description: After finding a 100-year old time capsule and meeting a charming chef,  Lou (Sparks) begins to question if she’s ready to take the leap to move to New York for her career.

Christmas at Castle Heart

Premieres: TBD on Hallmark Channel at 8pm/7c
Starring: Lacey Chabert and Stuart Townsend
Description: Brooke (Chabert) goes to Ireland to discover her roots, but gets more than she bargains for in the form of a handsome Earl (Townsend) who mistakes her for an event planner and recruits her for his Christmas party.

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The Christmas Contest

Premieres: TBD on Hallmark Channel at 8pm/7c
Starring: Candace Cameron Bure, John Brotherton and Barbara Niven
Description: Exes Lara (Bure) and Ben (Brotherton) face off in a Christmas competition, but will they win more than a contest?

The Christmas House 2: Deck Those Halls

Premieres: TBD on Hallmark Channel at 8pm/7c
Starring: Robert Buckley, Ana Ayora and Jonathan Bennett
Description: The Mitchells are back, with Mike (Buckley) and Brandon (Bennett) facing off to see who can create the most magical Christmas house.

The Nine Kittens of Christmas

Premieres: TBD on Hallmark Channel at 8pm/7c
Starring: Brandon Routh, Kimberley Sustad and Gregory Harrison
Description: Cat lovers Zachary (Routh) and Marilee (Sustad) pair up to find a home for a litter of cute kittens, and find that they might just make the purr-fect team.

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Sister Swap: A Hometown Holiday and Sister Swap: Christmas in the City

Premieres: TBD on Hallmark Channel at 8pm/7c
Starring: Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Ashley Williams and Mark Deklin
Description: Swift sisters Jennifer and Meg are closer than ever, but find themselves switching cities to take on their own projects during the holidays. Thrown into new circumstances, they discover new perspectives on life, love and the true meaning of Christmas.

The Christmas Bond

Premieres: TBD on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries at 10pm/9c
Starring: Holly Robinson Peete, Lyriq Bent and Nik Sanchez
Description: A single mom realizes she needs to respect her autistic son’s need for freedom—no matter how much it scares her—and heals her own heart in the process.

I am literally counting down the days!

New Christmas movies will drop on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays throughout the Holiday season, starting October 22. Just like in previous years, the Hallmark Channel’s “Countdown to Christmas” will begin at 8pm ET/ PT.

THEN, you can flip over to Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ where “Miracles of Christmas” will start at 10pm ET/PT on Saturday nights.

Don’t worry, all these new movies will be peppered with your favorite Hallmark Christmas Movie stars like Candace Cameron Bure, Lacey Chabert, and Danica McKellar.

October 22 will be here before you know it. Get ready to make it a Merry Christmas and a Happy Hallmark Holiday.