Here’s when all 40 of Hallmark’s new Christmas movies will air: See the 2020 schedule

After a really hard year, it seems like the holiday season can’t get here fast enough.

Luckily, Hallmark Channel just released the complete schedule for its full slate of new Christmas movies kicking off on Oct. 23.

Yeah, we know. It’s not even Halloween yet, and we’re talking about the holiday season. Guess what? You won’t find us complaining.

The movie lineup is coming just when we need it most, and hopefully, it could help lift our spirits.

The network announced a slate of 40 brand-new movies airing during Hallmark Channel’s “Countdown to Christmas” and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries “Miracles of Christmas.”

This year’s movie lineup will feature the return of several fan-favorites like Candace Cameron Bure, Lacey Chabert, Holly Robinson Peete, Alison Sweeney and Tamera Mowry-Housley.

Hallmark also welcomes some new faces to its popular films this year including Aaron Tveit, Marisol Nichols, Rochelle Aytes, Tom McGowan and Janel Parrish, among others.

Here’s a look at the new 2020 Hallmark Christmas movie schedule, provided by Hallmark Channel and Crown Media.


Source: A Christmas Love Story, Crown Media

All premieres are at 8 p.m. ET/PT

Saturday, October 24: “Jingle Bell Bride”
Stars: Julie Gonzalo (“Supergirl”) and Ronnie Rowe Jr. (“Star Trek: Discovery”)

Sunday, October 25: “Chateau Christmas”
Stars: Merritt Patterson (“Picture a Perfect Christmas”) and Luke Macfarlane (“Just Add Romance”)

Saturday, October 31: “Christmas with the Darlings”
Stars: Katrina Law (“Arrow”) and Carlo Marks (“Angel Falls: A Novel Holiday”)

Sunday, November 1: “One Royal Holiday”
Stars: Laura Osnes (“In the Key of Love”), Aaron Tveit (Les Miserables), Krystal Joy Brown (“Sydney to the Max”), Victoria Clark (“Homeland”) and Tom McGowan (“Everybody Loves Raymond”)

Saturday, November 7: “Never Kiss a Man in a Christmas Sweater”
Stars: Ashley Williams (“The Jim Gaffigan Show”) and Niall Matter (“Christmas at Dollywood”)

Sunday, November 8: “On the 12th Date of Christmas”
Stars: Mallory Jansen (“Shooter”) and Tyler Hynes (“The Mistletoe Secret”)

Saturday, November 14: “Christmas in Vienna”
Stars: Sarah Drew (“Grey’s Anatomy”) and Brennan Elliott (“Crossword Mysteries”)

Sunday, November 15: “A Timeless Christmas”
Stars: Ryan Paevey (“Christmas at the Plaza”) and Erin Cahill (“Love, Fall & Order”)

Saturday, November 21: “A Nashville Christmas Carol”
Stars: Jessy Schram (“Country at Heart”), Wes Brown (“Christmas at Graceland”), Wynonna Judd (The Judds), Sara Evans (“Nashville”), RaeLynn (“The Voice”), Kix Brooks (“Home by Spring”), Kimberly Williams-Paisley (“Darrow Mysteries”)

Sunday, November 22: “The Christmas House”
Stars: Robert Buckley (“One Tree Hill”), Jonathan Bennett (Mean Girls), Ana Ayora (“In the Dark”), Treat Williams (“Chesapeake Shores”), Sharon Lawrence (“NYPD Blue”) and Brad Harder (“Aurora Teagarden Mysteries”)

New movie TBA – Monday, November 23

Tuesday, November 24: “A Christmas Tree Grows in Brooklyn”
Stars: Rochelle Aytes (“Mistresses”) and Mark Taylor (“Memories of Christmas”)

Wednesday, November 25: “A Bright and Merry Christmas”
Stars: Alison Sweeney (“Days of Our Lives”) and Marc Blucas (“The Fix”)

Thursday, November 26: “Five Star Christmas” (working title)
Stars: Bethany Joy Lenz (“Bottled with Love”) and Victor Webster (“MatchMaker Mysteries”)

Friday, November 27: “Christmas by Starlight”
Stars: Kimberley Sustad (“Travelers”) and Paul Campbell (“Battlestar Galactica”)

Saturday, November 28: “Christmas Waltz”
Stars: Lacey Chabert (Mean Girls), Will Kemp (“Royal Matchmaker”) and JT Church (“Dancing with the Stars: Juniors”)

Sunday, November 29: “If I Only Had Christmas”
Stars: Candace Cameron Bure (“Fuller House”) and Warren Christie (“The Color of Rain”)

Saturday, December 5 “Christmas in Evergreen: Bells Are Ringing”
Stars: Holly Robinson Peete (“A Family Christmas Gift”), Colin Lawrence (“Riverdale”), Rukiya Bernard (“One Winter Weekend”), Antonio Cayonne (“Fashionably Yours”) and Barbara Niven (“Chesapeake Shores”).

Sunday, December 6: “Christmas She Wrote”
Stars: Danica McKellar (“The Wonder Years”) and Dylan Neal (“Gourmet Detective: Roux the Day”)

Saturday, December 12: “Cross Country Christmas”
Stars: Rachael Leigh Cook (She’s All That) and Greyston Holt (“Chesapeake Shores”)

Sunday, December 13: “Christmas Comes Twice”
Stars: Tamera Mowry-Housley (“A Christmas Miracle”) and Michael Xavier (“Paris, Wine and Romance”)

Saturday, December 19 “Christmas Carousel”
Stars: Rachel Boston (“Check Inn to Christmas”) and Neal Bledsoe (“Shameless”)

Sunday, December 20: “Love, Lights, Hanukkah!”
Stars: Mia Kirshner (“Star Trek: Discovery”), Ben Savage (“Boy Meets World”) and Marilu Henner (“Aurora Teagarden Mysteries”)

All premieres are at 9 p.m. ET/PT

Saturday, October 24: “Christmas Tree Lane”
Stars: Alicia Witt (“Our Christmas Love Song”), Andrew Walker (“Christmas on My Mind”), Drake Hogestyn (“Days of Our Lives”) and Briana Price (“13 Reasons Why”)

Sunday, October 25: “Deliver by Christmas”
Stars: Alvina August (“Nancy Drew”) and Eion Bailey (“Switched for Christmas”)

Saturday, October 31: “Cranberry Christmas”
Stars: Nikki DeLoach (“Two Turtle Doves”) and Benjamin Ayres (“A Blue Ridge Mountain Christmas”)

Sunday, November 1: “Holly & Ivy”
Stars: Janel Parrish (“Pretty Little Liars”), Jeremey Jordan (“Supergirl”) and Marisol Nichols (“Riverdale”)

Saturday, November 7: “The Christmas Ring”
Stars: Nazneen Contractor (“Ransom”) and David Alpay (“The Mistletoe Inn”)

Sunday, November 8: “The Christmas Bow”
Stars: Lucia Micarelli (“Treme”) and Michael Rady (“You’re Bacon Me Crazy”)

Saturday, November 14: “Meet Me at Christmas” (working title)
Stars: Catherine Bell (“Good Witch”) and Mark Deklin (“Christmas in Evergreen: Tidings of Joy”)

Sunday, November 15: “The Christmas Doctor”
Stars: Holly Robinson Peete (“A Family Christmas Gift”) and Adrian Holmes (“V-Wars”)

Saturday, November 21: “A Little Christmas Charm” (working title)
Stars: Ashley Greene (Twilight) and Brendan Penny (“Chesapeake Shores”)

Sunday, November 22: “The Angel Tree”
Stars: Jill Wagner (“Teen Wolf”) and Lucas Bryant (“Country at Heart”)

Saturday, November 28: “USS Christmas”
Stars: Jen Lilley (“Angel Falls: A Novel Holiday”), Trevor Donovan (“Nostalgic Christmas”) and Barbara Niven (“Chesapeake Shores”)

Saturday, December 5: “Time for Us to Come Home for Christmas”
From Executive Producer Blake Shelton
Stars: Lacey Chabert (Mean Girls) and Stephen Huszar (“A Homecoming for the Holidays”)

Sunday, December 6: “A Godwink Christmas: First Loves, Second Chances”
Stars: Brooke D’Orsay (“Royal Pains”) and Sam Page (“The Bold Type”)

Saturday, December 12: “A Glenbrooke Christmas”
Stars: Autumn Reeser (“Christmas Under the Stars”) and Antonio Cupo (“Hats Off to Christmas!”)

Sunday, December 13: “Christmas Homecoming” (working title)
Stars: Taylor Cole (“Matching Hearts”) and Steve Lund (“The Art of Us”)

Saturday, December 19: “Swept Up by Christmas” (working title)
Stars: TBD

Sunday, December 20: “Project Christmas Wish”
Stars: TBD