Friday, November 15, 2019

WATCH 6 NEW CHRISTMAS MOVIES this WEEKEND with these POPULAR STARS: Jesse Metcalfe, Autumn Reeser, Jana Kramer, Chad Michael Murray, Torrey DeVitto, Kevin McGarry, Erin Cahill, Cindy Busby, Benjamin Hollingsworth, Kathie Lee Gifford and More! DETAILS HERE:


Prepare yourself for a weekend filled with wonderful Christmas movie classics and these new premieres: Christmas Under the Stars, Christmas in Louisiana, Christmas Cupcakes, Random Acts of Christmas and Write Before Christmas... plus an all new, highly anticipated A Godwink Christmas!

You'll discover a little mix of everything in these endearing stories - with love, hope, humor and inspiration.



Saturday, November 16, 2019-

Watch Jesse Metcalfe and Autumn Reeser shine bright in Hallmark's Countdown to Christmas movie...


image: Hallmark Crown Media

Storyline via Hallmark: When Nick, a career-focused investment banker, is fired from his high-powered firm at Christmastime, he takes a job at a Christmas tree lot owned by a warmhearted, elderly man. There, he meets Julie, an astronomy teacher who’s always looked to the stars for hope. As the Christmas spirit washes over him — and he begins falling for Julie — the once self-centered Nick discovers the joy of... click here to read more...

See the premiere of Christmas Under the Stars
Saturday, November 16, 2019
at 8pm/7c. on the Hallmark Channel

Encore Air Times:
Sunday November 17 6pm/5c
Thursday November 21 8pm/7c


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More... Saturday, November 16, 2019-

Jana Kramer returns home for Christmas in...


image: Lifetime

Storyline via Lifetime: The Winter Family is Christmas royalty in New Iberia, Louisiana, and Sarah Winter (Kramer), a successful lawyer and former Miss Christmas, is no exception. When she returns home to celebrate the anniversary... click here to read more...

See the premiere of Christmas in Louisiana
Saturday, November 16, 2019
at 8pm/7c. on Lifetime

Encore Air Times:
Sunday November 17 12:01am/11:01c.
Wednesday November 20 8pm/7c.


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Sunday, November 17, 2019-

Can two sisters bake their way back into business in...


image: UPtv

Storyline via UP: When their family bakery may have to close its doors right before Christmas, rival sisters Kim and Gina must team up in a national baking competition to win the grand prize. Thrown into a world of fierce competitors and a ticking clock, it will take a Christmas miracle to... click here to read more...

See the premiere of Christmas Cupcakes
Sunday, November 17, 2019
at 7pm/6c. on UPtv

Encore Air Times:
Sunday November 17 11pm/10c.
Saturday November 23 7pm/6c.
Saturday November 23 11pm/10c.


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More... Sunday, November 17, 2019-

Watch what happens when a Christmas card brings two strangers together in...


image: Hallmark Crown Media

Storyline via Hallmark: When Jessica sends Christmas cards to five people who’ve changed her life, each is inspired themselves. But Jessica’s music teacher never receives her card. Instead, her son Luke arrives with a vintage cello, explaining his mom is abroad and wanted Jessica to have her beloved instrument. Instantly hitting it off, Luke and Jessica have a wonderful day, ending when Luke gives Jessica... click here to read more...

See the premiere of Write Before Christmas
Sunday, November 17, 2019
at 8pm7c. on the Hallmark Channel

Encore Air Times:
Wednesday November 20 8pm/7c.
Saturday November 23 6pm/5c.


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More... Sunday, November 17, 2019-

See Erin Cahill and Kevin McGarry discover the true giving spirit of Christmas in...


image via: Lifetime

Storyline via Lifetime: While uncovering who is behind the random acts of Christmas popping up around her city, investigative journalist, Sydney, meets a competing reporter, Cole, who ignites her Christmas spirit and captures her heart, but may not be... click here to read more...

See the premiere of Random Acts of Christmas
Sunday, November 17, 2019
at 8pm/7c. on Lifetime

Encore Air Times:
Monday November 18 10:03pm/9:03c.
Tuesday November 19 2:04am/1:04c.


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More... Sunday, November 17, 2019-

When divine intervention brings two individuals together, prayers are sure to be answered in...


image: Hallmark Crown Media

Storyline via Hallmark: Multiple coincidences and a chance meeting bring Alice and Jack, two strangers from very different family backgrounds, together for a weekend wedding celebration. What follows is a completely unexpected Christmastime... click here to read more...

Sunday, November 17, 2019
at 9pm/8c. on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

Encore Air Times:
Wednesday November 20 1:06am/12:06am
Saturday November 23 7pm/6c.

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I'm pretty excited about ALL the NEW Christmas movies airing this Saturday and Sunday! Do I say that every weekend? Probably so, but there are definitely several potential good ones this weekend - on my MUST SEE list!

The soul-searching, inspiring storylines are the ones I'm most looking forward to seeing in: A Godwink Christmas: Meant for Love, Write Before Christmas, and Random Acts of Christmas!

Which ones are you most wanting to see this weekend? Please share in comments below.

Have a wonderful weekend, everyone!
It's now less than 2 weeks 'til Thanksgiving!
Blessings to You All! Net


🌟 SHINING HIS LIGHT 🌟

"In their hearts humans plan their course,
but the LORD establishes their steps."
~Proverbs 16:9







13 comments:

  1. The new Godwink movie is the one I mostly can't wait to see! And Jesse & Autumn together again! I had no idea there was so many well known 🌟stars🌟 with new movies this weekend. It's going to be hard to choose between them all.

    xoxo, Em

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  2. Godwink Christmas: Meant for Love is based on true story of Jack & Alice

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  3. A Godwink Christmas: Meant for Love

    Multiple coincidences & a chance meeting bring two strangers from very different family backgrounds, Tiger for weekend wedding celebration

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  4. I’m recording:
    Write Before Christmas
    A Godwink Christmas: Meant for Live
    A Random Act of Christmas

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  5. Hallmark has decided to copy something Lifetime has done for a very long time and make all the movies go to 3 mins past the hour. And now that they have 2 movies on sat and sunday nights, it messed up my stuff recording last night my 10 pm stuff (which some are my husbands shows) couldn't record cause of Hallmark's 8 pm movie going to 10:03. Its getting ridiculous what Hallmark is doing for the ratings. I can't watch all this live, I have stuff to do, and now it appears I can't record it either.

    On a nicer note, I really liked Christmas Under the Stars, at first I thought it was kind of too sad, but I really loved all the happy feels the movie had towards the end. Jesse and Autumn shine. Jesse is a great actor, I love how he can play Trace, then a totally different guy in these movies and he is just so good. And Autumn is just one of my favorite Hallmark actresses.

    I just wish Hallmark would not copy Lifetime with the 3 mins past the hour stuff. It was affecting my husbands football game last night as well, trying to change the channel cause too many things recording, for only 3 stinking minutes. Lifetime has done this for years. Hallmark just started, more and more I am feeling they only care about ratings now, and not anything else.

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    1. TV networks need decent ratings to survive, to gain advertisers and to continue to make more content. They don't operate out of the goodness of their heart, for our entertainment only, without some sort of benefit for them. They literally need ratings, or they lose sponsors and advertisers, which has a ripple effect and ultimately interferes with the budgets for other programming.

      TV networks also compete with each other. It is just the nature of the industry. It's nothing new. If anyone thinks that Lifetime is not doing desperate things to keep up with Hallmark (such as "Lifetime Bingo" and staging a spur of the moment "meet the Lifetime celebrities for photos" event at a mall on the same weekend Hallmark's stars were meeting fans at Christmas Con)... they are very mistaken. Lifetime is grasping at anything they can to try to compete and steal viewers away.


      I don't mind if Lifetime has been going 3 minutes past the hour for a long time. I'm just happy that now we can actually see the credits after Hallmark's movies now, which is thanks to them running a couple of minutes longer.

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    2. It is nice to see a little bit of the credits, but I agree, Sabrina, the three extra minutes does make it more challenging to catch things on other networks. I also missed a little of a show I watch weekly on another network because of the timing.

      Maybe this is just something they are trying out and hopefully they'll go back to airing movies on the hour.

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  6. Random Acts of Christmas

    Patrick Duffy as Howard
    Jaclyn Smith as Lauren Larkins

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  7. Kathie Lee Gifford portrayed as different characters from “A Godwink Christmas”

    A Godwink Christmas: Aunt Jane
    A Godwink Christmas: Meant for Love: Olga Marina

    She might be portrayed as different characters in “A Godwink Christmas”, in the future movies

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  8. When the Hallmark holiday movie lineup was announced back in September, you may remember seeing the title “Alice in Christmasland” included… and then it moved around the schedule before finally disappearing altogether. Well–it’s back, and with a little bit of a title change!

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    1. Yes, "Alice in Christmasland" has moved to Hallmark Channel's Winterfest. For now, though, they've changed the title again to the working title: "Winter Inn Love."

      And now, it looks like Alice has been renamed Ally.

      I've listed all the Winterfest movies here: https://itsawonderfulmovie.blogspot.com/2019/11/hallmarks-2019-winterfest-includes.html

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  9. I watched all of these except "Christmas Cupcakes" and "Christmas in Louisiana" and they were all so good! I feel like Hallmark really stepped up the quality this year.

    I can already tell it's going to be impossible for me to pick a favorite out of this year's Christmas movies. I give each movie I watch a rating, and so far, out of the 14 new movies I've seen from Hallmark, HMM, and Lifetime, 8 have gotten my highest rating (which means loved it and will watch it again multiple times) and 4 my next highest (which means mostly loved it). And it's not even December yet!

    For comparison, 11 out of 41 new movies watched got my highest rating last year, and 10 out of 40 the year before. Unless the rest of this year's movies somehow have a dramatic drop in quality, which is highly unlikely, the ratio this year is going to be much higher!

    And, yes, I realize this is very nerdy of me, LOL! What can I say? Hallmark movies are kind of a hobby of mine. :)

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    1. I love it, Amy! I used to rate all of the movies, too! I need to start doing that again. It was always so much fun to look back at which ones I rated the highest. We can be nerdy together! :)

      You are so right - there's already been a lot of great movies already this year. It's going to be tougher than ever to pick a favorite!

      Thank you for inspiring me! :)

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