Hallmark Christmas Movies 2019

It's that time of year when Halloween decorations are replaced not with turkeys but by Christmas trees and jolly gentlemen in red suits. And whether you believe strongly in waiting until after Thanksgiving to deck the tree or you listen to Christmas music year round, Hallmark started its regular rotation of Christmas movies in October. If you've missed a few, never fear. The channel will replay them all season long. The Hallmark Channelopens a new window will debut 24 new movies this year, and the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channelopens a new window 16.

Check Out the Movies

Never fear, if you don't have either channel, you can always borrow previous years movies from the library. Checkout the full list hereopens a new window. New movies at the library this year include:

A Bramble House Christmasopens a new window

Christmas at Gracelandopens a new window

Christmas at Holly Lodgeopens a new window

Christmas Next Dooropens a new window

A December Brideopens a new window

Maggie's Christmas Miracleopens a new window



Read the Books

Or you can read one of the books the movies are based off of. This year many of the 2019 movies are based on books, including:

Christmas on My Mind is based on The Goodbye Bride opens a new windowby Denise Hunter.

“The Mistletoe Secret” is based on The Mistletoe Secretopens a new window by Richard Paul Evans.

“Christmas Town” is based on The Christmas Town by Donna VanLiere.

Find more of the books some of your favorite Hallmark holiday movies are based on hereopens a new window. Popular author's whose books often become Hallmark holiday classics include:

Debbie Macomberopens a new window

Sheila Robertsopens a new window

Richard Paul Evansopens a new window

Hallmark has also published novelizations on many of its popular movies, which you can find on Hooplaopens a new window.

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