Thursday, November 7, 2019

Enjoy "A Blue Ridge Mountain Christmas" & "Holiday for Heroes" this Thursday & Friday Night on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries!


Thursday, November 7, 2019:

Christmas and Wedding bells are ringing in...



Storyline via Hallmark: Willow Petersen returns to her Blue Ridge Mountain hometown to help prepare for her sister’s wedding, where she learns that the picturesque Eagle Ridge Inn that her family sold following her dad’s passing several years ago is on the market. After talking the inn’s handsome owner, single dad and widower David Lyndon, into letting her repurpose the inn’s barn as... click here to read more...

Thursday, November 7, 2019
at 9pm/8c. on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries


Friday, November 8, 2019:

Hallmark salutes our Military this Christmas in...



Storyline via Hallmark: Audrey and First Sergeant Matt have been writing each other since last Christmas, when her brother Devin shared some fresh roasted coffee from the care package she’d sent. When Matt unexpectedly shows up in her small-town coffee shop, Audrey is delighted to see him. Soon, Matt helps Audrey with the annual Holiday for Heroes event, which honors... click here to read more...

See the Premiere of Holiday for Heroes
Friday, November 8, 2019
at 9pm/8c. on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries


Do you plan to watch these movies?

I think both of these new films premiering this week on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries look very appealing. The pairing of Rachael Leigh Cook and Benjamin Ayres looks exceptionally great to me, in A Blue Ridge Mountain Christmas. Plus, it's fun to see young actress Lina Renna will portray Benjamin's daughter. Fun fact: The little girl, Lina, also starred in Sweet Mountain Christmas, which is such a fun, new Lifetime Christmas movie! (I guess they left Linna on the mountain! haha! Not really!)

As for Holiday for Heroes, starring Melissa Claire Egan and Marc Blucas, I am always glad to see a movie that honors our military. Coming from a family who has served our country across various generations, I have a high regard for our veterans and those who currently serve. Since the basis for this story revolves around letter writing, it gives me a warming feeling, reminiscent of the classic Hallmark movie, The Christmas Card.

Happy Christmas Movie watching! Net

*Remember, changes are coming next week to the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Christmas movie schedule. See details *HERE*!


5 comments:

  1. Ok, I am about over Hallmark really. Now cause the ratings are terrible for the HMM movies and they are not good for the HM movies either, all movies under 3 million when years past they have almost all been over 3 million. Why can't they pick something and stick with it???????????????????????????????????????????????????????

    I mean I feel like Hallmark and crown media aren't such a family friendly as they want you to think. I feel they have turned greedy and all they care about is saying they are #1 for the night their movies are on. who cares that its obvious by the ratings that less people are watching these movies. I know Hallmark doesn't care about me, so I shouldn't about them any longer.

    Just beyond ridiculous.

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  2. I hope there’s The Blue Ridge Scenic Railway in A Blue Ridge Christmas

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  3. Yes, Net, both these movies look very inviting and I love the storylines and cast! I'll be watching!

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  4. Dollywood's 2019 Smoky Mountain Christmas Festival will begin on Saturday when the park reopens, and the event continues through Jan. 4, 2020

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  5. I so enjoyed Holiday for Heroes' such a great heartwarming movie.

    I really am not sure what is up with Hallmark lately, I feel they are a pretty big network and should be a well running machine, but the errors lately are just bad and make them look bad

    I saw on Hallmark Drama at least thru Saturday them still playing the commercial about "Christmas movies every Thurs and fri on HMM November and December. I even saw the same commercial on HMM and then right after the commercials were over, the bottom of the screen had Saturday and sunday premieres. Last Wednesday I was watching Hallmark Drama before work and they had a commercial on for the cookie show, and it said it was on tonight, I even rewound it to see. But it is not and was not on cause it has been scheduled for this Wednesday forever. why can't they get their commercials straight? I feel there is no good reason for this to happen in this day and age.

    I watched a Blue Ridge Mountain Chritsmas, it was ok, I mean there were some very unbelievable things in it, such as the entire book/Henry situation at the end. But Holiday For Heroes was so good, I will watch it many more times.

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