Friday, November 4, 2016

HALLMARK & UP Present FOUR All New CHRISTMAS MOVIE PREMIERES in ONE Weekend!!! (well, sort of!)


Saturday November 5, 2016

Will their love be for keeps in Hallmark's...


Storyline via Hallmark: A chance meeting between two strangers who share a disdain for Christmas results in The Mistletoe Promise, a pact to help them navigate their holiday complications – together. But as they spend more time... Click here to read more...

See the Premiere of The Mistletoe Promise
Saturday November 5, 2016
at 8pm/7c. on the Hallmark Channel


PixL premieres a new Rom-Com movie...


*This is not a Christmas Movie!

Storyline via PixL: After she reconnects with an old flame at a corporate retreat, an ambitious executive realizes... Click here to read more...

See the Premiere of Advance & Retreat
Saturday November 5, 2016
at 9pm/8c. on PixL



Sunday November 6, 2016


UP Premieres their first Christmas Movie for the 2016 Holiday Season...


Storyline via UP: When it comes to her work, Carrie Tate (Jes MaCallan) takes herself very seriously. She has dedicated her entire life to growing Emerson Foods, the high-end food distribution company founded by her father, and doesn’t have much time for a social life. Carrie’s sister Katie, on the other hand, is... Click here to read more...

See the Premiere of Married by Christmas
Sunday November 6, 2016
at 7pm/9c. on UP


The Hallmark Channel has the "Countdown to Christmas" Premiere of...

Storyline via Hallmark: Steve and Cynthia are a newlywed couple celebrating their first Christmas together. They invite their families to join them for the holidays, but when Steve is laid off... Click here to read more...

Yes! This already premiered once during the Hallmark Channel's "Christmas Keepsake" week in July! This however, is the first time it will air during Hallmark's "Countdown to Christmas!"

See the second Premiere of A Perfect Christmas
Sunday November 6, 2016
at 8pm/7c. on the Hallmark Channel


Can love be found again in...



Storyline via Hallmark: After losing her husband Bradley three years ago on Christmas day, Celia Banks never thought she’d fall in love again. Now, her entire world revolves around... Click here to read more...

See the Premiere of Love Always, Santa
Sunday November 6, 2016
at 9pm/8c. on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

I hope you ALL enjoy a Wonderful Weekend
full of CHRISTMAS Movies!!!

Be sure to check the Christmas TV Schedule -
to catch all your Favorites!!!

Blessings to you all, Net

16 comments:

  1. Dollar Tree shoppers keep your eye out for hardback Mistletoe Promise for a $1.00! I saw someone haul it on youtube.

    Misty

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  2. Looking forward to Love Always, Santa!

    Misty

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  3. Advance and Retreat sounds interesting

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    1. Please let us know how you liked it! (Don't have PixL station, yet... Come on, DirecTV!)

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    2. I'll be watching hinges when they put it up on YouTube

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  4. I really am enjoying The Mistletoe Promise, but as I feared they've cut out the sad but necessary back stories of both Elise and Nick. It still a good movie, but could've been great if they told the whole story. May have been too much for Hallmark

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    1. I've never read the book, but I have read his other books and could see what you mean.

      Misty

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  5. I reallly wanted to ilke this one, but could not warm up to the lead actress. I felt no chemistry between her and Luke MacFarlane, who I love especially in last year's Christmas Land. Just my humble opinion :)

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    1. I agree with you, Barbara. I felt the acting was sub-par (very stiff) and the editing in the film was poorly done.

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  6. I loved reading Mistletoe Promise...great and unique book! I also feared the movie wouldn't have Elise and Nick's backstory that got them to present day. But that being said, the Hallmark movie version was great and the leads were perfect for the roles (love Jaime King!). Even with a modified storyline, it was good and easy to watch. I hope to see Jaime King in more Hallmark movies. I also recommend reading the Mistletoe Promise book to anyone who has watched the movie but hasn't read the book :)

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  7. Enjoyed Mistletoe Promise, but loved Love Always, Santa! It was so funny and I also liked that it was filmed in MN. during winter and had that atmosphere of it actually being the Christmas holiday.

    Mity

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  8. Loved Married by Christmas! Finally a Christmas movie with a hard working career woman who wasn't told she works too much or she's too brittle and needs to find a man.

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  9. Sherry In CaliforniaMonday, November 07, 2016

    I enjoyed "Mistletoe Promise" quite a bit -- though it had a different tone and vibe to it than a lot of Hallmark movies do (especially the ones on the main channel). It felt a bit more mature, and not really whimsical or lighthearted in general.

    I thought the acting, direction and writing were pretty good. Lochlyn Munro was great as the buffoon-ish ex-husband with the girlfriend on the snowmobile. And I loved the overzealous, annoyingly enthusiastic carolers at the mall!

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  10. I was enjoying Married by Christmas up to a certain point, then turned it off. Not family friendly.

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    1. It was a good movie for the older members of the family to watch together like the teens and adults. It was nice to have a movie where the adults acted like adults in 2016. People drink especially at holiday functions.

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