Ever since 2015, Hallmark Channel celebrates the leaves changing, Halloween, and the harvest with a lineup of romantic and heart-warming movies during their Fall Harvest event in September and October. This list of autumnal Hallmark movies has all the fall films that premiered during the Hallmark Fall Harvest movie lineup.
Focusing on family, both the kind we're born with and the friends we find, Hallmark's fall movies offer up a loving warmth against the encroaching cold of the season. From food-related romance like Pumpkin Pie Wars and Truly, Madly, Sweetly, to more general harvest themes like the pear orchard in Harvest Love, the autumn season is a key part of the story. And if you're looking for something witchy and magical, there's always something going on in Middleton as part of the Good Witch movie series.
All of these movies are as sweet and cozy as a cup of apple cider, but which of these Hallmark Fall Harvest films do you think is the best?
While planning a fundraising event, a small New England town’s radio station manager (Taylor Cole) meets her match in a visiting businessman who can’t seem to see beyond the screen of his laptop computer, until she ropes him into participating in her bachelor bake-off to help save the station.
Actors: Taylor Cole, Tyler Hynes
Premiered: October 6, 2018
With her match-making business on the verge of closing, Brooklyn (Jessica Lowndes) finds herself in the unique position to be featured in a magazine, but has to set up the writer with her childhood friend Devin (Wes Brown).
Actors: Jessica Lowndes, Wes Brown
Premiered: September 21, 2019
Poppy Summerall (Ashley Williams) is hired near Halloween as a temporary nanny by Ryan Lawson (Sam Jaeger), a widowed, work-obsessed executive. Through a series of adventures, the eternally optimistic Poppy sets out to teach Ryan and his two young children what’s important in life: unconditional love, family and the joy of everyday occurrences.
Actors: Ashley Williams, Sam Jaeger
Premiered: October 17, 2015
Megan Quinn (Sarah Jane Morris), an aspiring architect, has a lot on her plate. She's developing her hometown lake into a commercialized entertainment center, trying to force her childhood mentor Mrs. Frances Figgins, out of her family’s home, helping out at her family café after her father breaks his leg, all while also dealing with the return of her childhood sweetheart, Joe (Andrew Walker), who broke her heart.
Actors: Sarah Jane Morris, Andrew Walker
Premiered: October 14, 2017