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Wednesday, July 15, 2020

🌟 HALLMARK MOVIES & MYSTERIES' 2020 “Miracles of Christmas” Movies with Alicia Witt, Andrew Walker, Michael Rady, Nikki DeLoach, Benjamin Ayres, & More! SEE HERE:

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Hallmark Movies & Mysteries' Holiday Event "MIRACLES OF CHRISTMAS" kicks off Friday, October 23, 2020!

“Miracles of Christmas” will feature 17 all-new original movies this Holiday Season! With 23 Christmas movies premiering on the Hallmark Channel (*see here*!), Hallmark will have a total of 40 new Christmas movies!

Look for these Christmas movies in 2020 on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries:

Christmas Tree Lane
starring Alicia Witt and Andrew Walker

Premieres: Saturday, October 24, 2020

Music store owner Meg (Witt) spearheads the community effort to save the Christmas Tree Lane shopping district from demolition. As she finds herself falling for Nate (Walker), a recent acquaintance, she’s thrown when she learns his surprising tie to the developer.

image: Hallmark Crown Media

Deliver by Christmas
Starring Alvina August and Eion Bailey

Premieres: Sunday, October 25, 2020

Bakery owner Molly (August) meets Josh (Bailey), a widower who recently moved to town with his young son, but she is also charmed by a mysterious client whom she’s never met in person and she doesn’t realize that they’re the same man.

image courtesy: Hallmark Crown Media

Cranberry Christmas
starring Nikki DeLoach and Benjamin Ayres

Premieres: Saturday, October 31, 2020

A separated couple (DeLoach and Ayres) feign marital bliss on national television to help their town’s Christmas festival -- and their business. But what will the future hold for them when rekindled love is complicated by new opportunities?

image courtesy: Hallmark Crown Media

Holly & Ivy
starring Janel Parrish, Jeremy Jordan, and Marisol Nichols

Premieres: Sunday, November 1, 2020

When Melody’s (Parrish) neighbor, Nina (Nichols), learns that her illness has returned, Melody promises to keep Nina’s kids, Holly & Ivy, together. To adopt the children, she must renovate her new fixer-upper, which she does with the help of contractor, Adam (Jordan).

image courtesy: Hallmark Crown Media

The Christmas Ring
Starring: Nazneen Contractor and David Alpay

Premieres: Saturday, November 7, 2020

A reporter (Contractor) searches for the love story behind an antique engagement ring. With the help of the ring’s owner's grandson (Alpay), they learn the legacy his grandparent's left behind.

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The Christmas Bow
starring Lucia Micarelli and Michael Rady

Premieres: Sunday, November 8, 2020

When an accident puts her music dreams on hold, a gifted violinist (Micarelli) reconnects with an old family friend (Rady), who helps her heal and find love during the holidays.

image courtesy: Hallmark Crown Media

Meet Me at Christmas (working title)
Starring: Catherine Bell and Mark Deklin

Premieres: Saturday, November 14, 2020

When Joan’s (Bell) son’s wedding planner unexpectedly quits, she must coordinate his Christmas Eve wedding with the help of Beau (Deklin), the bride’s uncle. As they work alongside each other they discover their fates and pasts are intertwined.

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The Christmas Doctor
starring Holly Robinson Peete and Adrian Holmes

Premieres: Sunday, November 15, 2020

A week before Christmas, Dr. Alicia Wright (Peete) is offered an assignment away from home. A mysterious man (Holmes) from her past journeys to find her before Christmas and brings with him a revelation that could change Alicia’s life forever.

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The Angel Tree
Starring: Jill Wagner and Lucas Bryant

Premieres: Sunday, November 21, 2020

A writer (Wagner) seeks the identity of the person who helps grant wishes that are placed upon the angel tree, and in the process, reconnects with her childhood friend (Bryant).

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A Godwink Christmas: First Loves, Second Chances
Starring: Brooke D’Orsay and Sam Page

Premieres: Sunday, November 22, 2020

After 15 years, Pat (Page) moves home from Hawaii with his two sons and through a series of coincidences, or Godwinks, ends up stuck in traffic next to his high school sweetheart, Margie (D’Orsay), at Christmas.

image courtesy: Hallmark Crown Media

USS Christmas
Starring: Jen Lilley and Trevor Donovan

Premieres: Saturday, November 28, 2020

Maddie (Lilley), a reporter for a Norfolk newspaper, embarks on a Tiger Cruise during Christmastime where she meets a handsome naval officer (Donovan) and stumbles upon a mystery in the ship’s archive room.

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A Little Christmas Charm (working title)
Starring: Ashley Greene and Brendan Penny

Premieres: Saturday, December 5, 2020

Holly (Greene), a jewelry designer finds a lost charm bracelet and teams up with investigative reporter Greg (Penny) in hopes of finding the owner and returning it by Christmas Eve.

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Time for Us to Come Home for Christmas
Starring: Lacey Chabert and Stephen Huszar
Executive producer: Blake Shelton

Premieres: Saturday, December 6, 2020

Five guests are mysteriously invited to an inn to celebrate Christmas. With the help of the owner Ben (Huszar), Sarah (Chabert) discovers that an event from the past may connect them and change their lives forever.

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A Glenbrooke Christmas
Starring: Autumn Reeser and Antonio Cupo

Premieres: Saturday, December 12, 2020

As Christmas nears, heiress Jessica Morgan (Reeser) seizes what seems like her last chance to experience a relaxed Christmas and heads off to the small town of Glenbrooke, where she meets a handsome fireman (Cupo).

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Unlocking Christmas (Previous Titles: Christmas Homecoming and The Key to Christmas)
Starring: Taylor Cole and Steve Lund

Premieres: Sunday, December 13, 2020

When a mysterious key and a holiday riddle arrive on their doorsteps, Kate (Cole) and Kevin (Lund) embark on a Christmas romance adventure they’ll never forget.

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Swept Up by Christmas (working title)
Starring: Lindy Booth and Justin Bruening

Premieres: Saturday, December 19, 2020

An antique seller and a cleaner clash over how to downsize a magnificent estate right before Christmas. As the two uncover the house’s treasures, they find a way to reconnect the reclusive owner with his own Christmases past.

Project Christmas Wish
Starring: Amanda Schull and Travis Van Winkle

Premieres: Sunday, December 20, 2020

For years Lucy has played Santa to her small town’s community by making their holiday wishes come true. But when Lucy grants a little girl’s wish for a Christmas like she used to have with her mom, she unexpectedly finds her own wishes coming true in life and love.

More Christmas Movie News to come!

Stay tuned!

*I also want to include a *BIG* Caution here. At this point, we don't know which movies will be family-friendly. I'm hoping there will still be many, but at this time, we just don't know. Throughout the Christmas Season I will do my best to inform you if there is a storyline of concern, and if any of you who follow here catch something - please be sure to share in comments!

Also, be sure to check out the 23 Christmas movies coming to the Hallmark Channel! See *HERE*!

Joyous Blessings, Net


  1. Okay, The Christmas Bow and Cranberry Christmas could be good based on who's in them alone. Andrew & Alicia? Who in the casting world would've thought that one? I just don't see it. Sorry.

    1. I've already picked these 2 as potential favorites, too - based on titles and cast! Let's hope they're good ones! Already love Michael Rady, Nikki DeLoach, and Benjamin Ayres! Not sure about Andrew & Alicia, either, but we'll see!

  2. Is it just me? I actually don't feel drawn to all of these movies like I used to be.

    1. It is not just you Kate, usually I am excited to see but I was not overwhelmed with any of the pairings. Possibly one might be good Nikki & Benjamin but Andrew & Alicia not seeing it. I know new faces can sometimes be good but not this time.

    2. Neither am I! After reading what Hallmark is doing, I felt ill. There are many that will not be watched in my home. I am afraid the Hallmark we knew is no more. So sad!

    3. I agree with you - keeping an open mind on Alicia and Andrew but the other pairings don't look at all compatible to me.

    4. Kate, Anonymous x 2, kitkat,

      I think we are all having some mixed feelings over the new movies and changes at Hallmark this Christmas season. For those of us who enjoy these movies for their family-friendliness, that will surely be changing this year. It is extremely disappointing, but not surprising. We'll continue to stand strong on our beliefs and be here for one another.

  3. My heart is broken! I love Michael Rady but no Lucas Bryant film this season? Love Andrew Walker so I am happy to see him and also Tyler Hynes. Not sure how many of these will appeal to me. With the changes at Hallmark, I am concerned with what might be in these films. When Andrew said Hallmark is pushing the envelope, red flags started flying. I will be expecting a heads up from you if you know in advance.

    1. I hope Lucas Bryant will be Candace Cameron Bure’s love interest in “If I Only Had Christmas”

    2. Hi kitkat! I'll do my best to let you know if I hear anything, and I'm grateful when others report here, too.

      It is so nice to see Michael Rady... I wholeheartedly agree! After "A Joyous Christmas," I became a big fan of his. Lucas Bryant is great, too. It's good we'll finally see him in "Country at Heart" this fall (hopefully! LOL!), and you never know, he might still pop up at Christmastime!

    3. Thanks for the encouragement Net! You made me smile!

  4. Its not just you Kate, I kind of feel the same way. I was surely hoping maybe we could get only like 20 new movies this year, so we could also watch some of the movies of past years too, but of course we have to have 41, its not 40, its 41 cause it says 17 HMM and 24 HM, but no mention of Drama channel and 24/7 movies? I will not be able to watch this year if they don't play the older movies on Drama, that saved me last year. I cannot watch 50 times Christmas at Graceland or the other movies of 2019 and 2018 over and over and see Northpole once. So many of the movies last year were really bad, cause they chose quantity of quality. this year its seems they are choosing quantity and diversity over quality. There is no way there is a movie Holiday Hearts based on someone having to be in the hospital for days after having knee surgery. That doesn't happen. So PLEASE come up with better stories this year, quality stories and NOT a CEO of a company comes home to plan the local high school Christmas party. Or the one single road is closed and nobody can come or leave. Please come up with better plots for these 41 new movies. I beg you, or please continue the movies that had good plots on Hallmark Drama.

    1. Sabrina... I know how you feel. I'm having mixed emotions, too. On the one hand, I thought it might be good to scale things back a little this holiday season. I mean, it's been an overwhelming year, why not make Christmas a little more simple. Mostly, I just want the comfort of the Christmas movies I'm used to.

      And, then on the other hand... it's good to see everyone back at filming and things almost normal, if that's possible.

      It is sad to see that Hallmark Drama has pulled back from Christmas. I can't imagine why, unless they wanted those movies on the streaming service instead. I sure hope they plan to bring Christmas back to the channel during the Holidays! :)

  5. The company is also developing projects with Holly Robinson Peete and Tamera Mowry-Housley.

  6. The company is also developing projects with Holly Robinson Peete and Tamera Mowry-Housley.

    I read the article about that the company developing projects for Holly Robinson Peete & Tamera Mowry Housley whose could work together as Mother & Daughter since Holly wanted to work with Patti LaBelle for their Christmas movie last year called; “A Family Christmas Gift”

  7. I'm not liking what I'm hearing from the people at Crown Media. Sounds like they're pandering to less than 5 percent of our population. People who follow net will not watch some of these movies. Hallmark will dig their own grave.

  8. I am curious to see the quality how all of the Movies from Hallmark and Hallmark Movies and Mysteries come about this year. I honestly have found the movies on HM&M better and seem to want to watch those more often. I also have to agree with some of the pairings in the last few years (not only in Christmas Movies too). I always give every movie a shot and watch them all. Fingers crossed we can all get to Countdown to Chrismtas in October, healthy and ready to enjoy the season.

  9. just reading the descriptions i am curious trend as I usually prefer the Christmas movies on the HMM as they are rich in story. Some of these sound like they could be on HMM.

  10. Again, I have to thank you for going through so much for taking the time to filter out the not-so-friendly movies. You Rock! <3

  11. Ooops, I see that the violin movie is on HMM! Boy, I know there are too many movies when I start getting confused! LOL

    Thanks for the list of movies. I can't believe there's still more to be casted!



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