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Saturday, November 25, 2017

ALL ABOARD THE CHRISTMAS TRAIN - for 7 New Christmas Movies this Weekend with Candace Cameron Bure, Kimberly Williams Paisley, Dermot Mulroney, Melissa Joan Hart, Tatyana Ali, Jesse Hutch, & More!!!

"Switched for Christmas" and "The Christmas Train" images via: Hallmark Crown Media
The train featured in the image above is...
 the Bachmann Trains Night Before Christmas Ready-to-Run Large Scale Train Set
includes 4-6-0 steam locomotive with operating headlight smoke and speed-synchronized sound
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Saturday November 25, 2017-

Don't let the train leave the station without you! Here's your ticket for...

image via: Hallmark Crown Media

Storyline via Hallmark: From Hallmark Hall of Fame, a journalist embarks on a cross-country train ride at Christmas having no idea this journey will take him into the rugged terrain of his own heart.

In “The Christmas Train,” disillusioned, globetrotting journalist Tom Langdon (Mulroney) must get from Washington, D.C. to Los Angeles in time for Christmas. Forced to take the intercontinental trip by train, and determined to chronicle his adventure, Tom finds himself... Click Here to Read More...

Saturday November 25, 2017
at 8pm/7c. on the Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
(Note: This movie airs simultaneously on both networks - at the exact same time!)

More on Saturday-

Sometimes love is unwrapped in unexpected places in...

Wrapped Up in Christmas

image via: Lifetime

Storyline via Lifetime: Christmas is one of Heather’s (Tatyana Ali, "Fresh Prince of Bel Air") favorite times of year but this year, as the manager of the upscale Town Center Mall, she has to be the Christmas Grinch and cancel the leases of under-performing stores. One afternoon, Heather’s niece, Molly asks the mall Santa to help find a boyfriend for her beloved aunt. Unbeknownst to Molly and Heather, “Santa” is actually... Click Here to Read More...

See the premiere of Wrapped Up in Christmas
Saturday November 25, 2017
at 8pm/7c. on Lifetime

*Following Wrapped Up in Christmas - is the Premiere of the Mini Movie:
A Family for the Holidays
image via: Lifetime

Storyline via Lifetime: Becky and her family are always in a hurry and rarely has the time to speak with her sweet, elderly neighbor Grace who always trying to start conversation with her. When Becky discovers that none of Grace's grown children will be home for Christmas, Becky decides invite Grace to join her family for Christmas Eve.

See the Mini Movie A Family for the Holidays
Saturday November 25, 2017
immediately following the premiere of Wrapped Up in Christmas
at 10pm/9c. on Lifetime

Sunday November 26, 2017-

Can two people at odds sing another tune in...

image via: UP

Storyline via UP: Two single parents stumble into the possibility of love for Christmas, only to discover that their daughters are embroiled in a nasty rivalry at school. When the rivalry gets out of control... Click Here to Read More...

See the premiere of Christmas Solo
Sunday November 26, 2017
at 7pm/6c. on UP

More on Sunday-

If you have been watching Hallmark Christmas movies non-stop - then don't "switch" the channel! See a double dose of Candace Cameron Bure in...

image via: Hallmark Crown Media

Storyline via Hallmark: Identical twins Kate and Chris Lockhart plot to be the other sister -- at Kate’s office and Chris’ school – and take on planning their sister’s Christmas events. One rule, though: no romance. Chris as Kate is making her mark in the office, but co-worker Greg Turner grows curious about her sudden style. Kate as Chris, warming to her sudden family life, is introduced to... Click Here to Read More...

See the premiere of Switched for Christmas
Sunday November 26, 2017
at 8pm/7c. on the Hallmark Channel

More on Sunday-

image via: Lifetime

Storyline via Lifetime: Connie Forrester (Melissa Joan Hart, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch), a young single mom, and Will DiNova (Mario Lopez, Holiday in Handcuffs) each run their small, family-owned toy stores in Connecticut. Similar to their families, Connie and Will have been business rivals for year, until both of their livelihoods fall into jeopardy when the... Click Here to Read More...

See the premiere of A Very Merry Toy Store
Sunday November 26, 2017
at 8pm/7c. on Lifetime

*Following A Very Merry Toy Store, is the Premiere of the Mini-Movie:

image via: Lifetime

Storyline via Lifetime: After wishing for the perfect man, a woman awakes to discover her new handsome neighbor is actually the snowman she built the day before, who has now come to life. But when she awakes on Christmas morning, he is gone and the snowman is back. Could it all have been a dream?

See the premiere of the Mini Movie The Christmas Snowman
Saturday November 25, 2017
immediately following the premiere of A Very Merry Toy Store
at 10pm/9c. on Lifetime

More on Sunday-

Can the possibility of true love warm Sarah's heart in...

image via: ION

Storyline via ION: No man is perfect enough for Sarah Groves, except perhaps the impressive snowmen she sculpts annually with her childhood pal, Nick. In mid-December, her snowman disappears, and in his place... Click Here to Read More...

See the premiere of Snowmance
Sunday November 26, 2017
at 9pm/8c. on ION

And, One More on Sunday-

Who says you can't go home again? See...

A Joyous Christmas
image via: Hallmark Crown Media

Storyline via Hallmark: Just before Christmas, bestselling author Rachel Kennedy returns to her hometown to host an event for her upcoming book. Though being home is difficult since losing her parents and losing touch with her brother, David, she finds strength from unexpected sources, namely her local producer, Jack and a selfless stranger, Joy. Jack and Joy help Rachel connect with... Click Here to Read More...

See the premiere of A Joyous Christmas
Sunday November 26, 2017
at 9pm/8c. on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

I HOpe HOpe HOpe you love all the Christmas Movies this Weekend + the Mini Movies, too!!!

This is quite the weekend for Christmas entertainment- with a Hallmark Hall of Fame movie, Candace Cameron Bure portraying twins, Jesse Hutch coming to life as a Snowman, Melissa Joan Hart working at a toy store, and Snow much more!!!

You've got your ticket now for all the best new Christmas movies! Be sure to Check the Christmas TV Schedule for encore airings!

Now, come on ride the Train! Jump aboard! Get a front row seat! Settle in! And, hold on tight for another wonderful Christmas adventure!!!

God bless us, Everyone!!! Net


  1. Such a feast of movies we've been treated with this whole week! It's a feast I'm going to be partaking in for a long time, because there's no way I can watch them all. I've been keeping up with the Hallmark premieres at least. There have been so many new favorites already this season. It's going to be near impossible to choose a top favorite or even top five at the end of the year. It's already hard to choose, and we still have so many more to come! I'm loving it!

    1. Same here, Amy. It is impossible to keep up with so many new movies. I'll be aboard the Christmas train well into January!

  2. Oh, Net, I'm all ready to board the Christmas train tonight!! I loved the trailer and the cast on this one and have been waiting, waiting, waiting!! Sunday I'll be visiting with the twins for "Switched For Christmas"; Can't wait!!

    1. P.S. Love the Ho..Ho..Ho..in Hope, Net!! Very clever!! LOL!!

  3. Awesome! Thanks for the list of movies, Net!


  4. Susan - Des MoineSunday, November 26, 2017

    I really wanted to love A Christmas Train more than I did especially since it was under the Hallmark Hall of Fame banner. It was an OK story at best. It reminded me of the feelings I had after watching last year's Hallmark Hall of Fame movie, "A Heavenly Christmas" starring Shirley McClaine. Everything looked great and the acting was top-notch due to the big name actors but the story was just "meh" to me.

    A Christmas Train was fine but it lacked a lot of the heart that you want in a Hallmark Hall of Fame production and a lot of the plot felt really forced and awkward. The whole "stuck on the tracks" thing? Why? Just why? Just my two cents I guess but was hoping for more.

    1. I agree. I had high hopes from watching the preview. The movie had the perfect cast and everything but the story was meh, especially towards the end.. not sure about the whole "Max Power production" thing that it was all orchestrated. But I sure do love Dermot Mulroney and Kimberly Paisley in it!

  5. I hope everyone had a great holiday, there were SOOOOO many movies to watch, I have to say of the 5 night Thanksgiving movies, The Christmas Train was the best and Finding Santa 2nd. The rest were just ok, Switched for Christmas I wasn't having much luck with and switched to.......A Joyous Christmas, such a great movie. Loved seeing a new to Hallmark girl and Michael Rady. I still have quite a bit of movies to watch from Sunday night, will try the CCB again tonight and I have high hopes for Snowmance. There were just too many movies to watch.

    I still don't understand the 12 most wonderful movies, when there are 13 on the HMM website. My husband thinks it is planned this way, so they will say they have a bonus 13th movie since the 12 were so popular. Also, according to HM site, they moved Encore Christmas to HMM and the Christmas Cottage to HM, but last nights promo during A Joyous Christmas still shows The Christmas Cottage on HMM and nothing at all about Christmas Connection. But according to my husband, that will be the bonus 13th movie.

    I am looking forward to Rachel Boston, Ali Sweeney, and Ashley Williams as well as Brendan Penny this upcoming weekend :)

  6. Loved "Switched for Christmas," "Wrapped Up in Christmas," and "A Family for the Holidays (mini-movie)!"

    First off, let me say how impressed I am with this year's Lifetime lineup! All of them sound top-notch and the previews make them look awesome. I am super excited to see what's in store!

    "A Family for the Holidays" is simply beautiful. It reminds me of "Mr. Kruger's Christmas." Similar stories and both made me cry (in a good way!)! Truly moving story. Though it was short it said everything it needed to. The best Christmas movie I've seen this year. It's what Christmas is all about, after all Christ was all about "the one." I highly recommend this beautiful mini-movie! And it was fun to see the couple from "My Favorite Wedding" again as husband and wife in this! :)

    "Switched for Christmas" was very well done! I highly enjoyed myself all through the movie. I loved each of the guys and the couples had great chemistry. Candice has done it again! And I was so impressed with how Candice handled playing two people. She did a wonderful job portraying the different personalities and it was fun to see each sister's struggle between being herself and trying to be her sister. Brought back memories of Hailey Mills and made me smile! Will definitely watch again!

    "Wrapped Up in Christmas" was a charming movie. I loved the family dynamics and the obvious love they had for one another. The two leads did great and I really felt their chemistry! I love seeing Brendan Fehr again! He is a great actor!

    I also have to give a shout out to "With Love, Christmas." Loved it as well!!! Great chemistry! And Emilie is gorgeous!

    And I must admit I have not seen any of the other premiers, though a lot of them look really good!


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