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Whether you're looking for something comforting or a romance with a happy ending, Hallmark Channel movies have a new twist for each season's stories of love and family. This list of Hallmark movies for 2019 lets you know what to look forward to and what you might have missed.
About one-third of Hallmark Channel movies are Christmas movies, but that doesn't mean they don't also have plenty of films themed for the rest of the year, with a sultry lineup of Summer Nights films scheduled right after Christmas in July. Hallmark has a reliable cast of actors and they all know exactly how to keep us watching - offering a pleasant escape from the stresses of daily life.
What is going to be the best Hallmark Movie in 2019? Vote up the films you can't wait to watch or watch again.
Old flames are reignited and current flames burn brighter when the fan-favorite foursome from One Winter Weekend return to the ski resort where it all began.
- Elizabeth prepares for Little Jack's first Christmas and birthday, while missing Jack more than ever. Nathan receives a prestigious job offer in Union City but weighs the promotion against the downside of leaving Elizabeth and taking his niece away from Hope Valley. Lucas holds a Christmas festival to bring some of his family's traditions to Hope Valley (and to impress Elizabeth). Carson and Faith face obstacles when they try to reconnect for Christmas, which leads him to a stranger in need of his help. Meanwhile, Rosemary and Lee search for the perfect gift for Little Jack, while Bill searches for a special gift that he misplaced.
Recently single Jessica (Torrey Devitto) who sends Christmas cards to people who have impacted her life - the aunt who raised her, her younger brother in the military, a popstar who was part of the soundtrack of her life, the music teacher who inspired her, and the best friend who always tells the truth.
Emma (Lacey Chabert) and chocolatier Luc (Will Kemp) compete for Belgium’s Royal Chocolatier. The beauty and romance of Bruges inspire unique chocolate combinations, but will their entry win without them losing their hearts?
- Career-minded Rebecca’s (Carly Pope) plans for Hanukkah don’t go as expected when a promotion opportunity comes up at work. When the company CEO asks Rebecca and her insufferable office mate, Chris (Kristoffer Polaha) to plan the company’s Christmas party, she realizes they must overcome their opposing styles in order to succeed. Although feelings slowly develop between the two, the ongoing competition over the promotion threatens to undermine it all.
When Ted (Ryan Paevey) gets engaged to the high school mean girl and asks Jess (Jocelyn Hudon), his childhood best friend, to plan their wedding, things get complicated. Her true feelings for Ted keep getting in the way.
Becca (Rachel Boston) is always a bridesmaid, but at her cousin's wedding she bonds with Kyle (Paul Campbell), the videographer covering every stage of the planning. Perhaps she won't be the last woman standing for long.
Tia's (Autumn Reeser) dream job of captaining a dining cruise hits rough water when her ex Jake (Brennan Elliott) is hired as the restaurant's chef. Will they be able to open a new business, navigate the sea, and each other?
Two single parents come head to head when their kids want to adopt the same dog. Agreeing to co-foster, free-spirited Kate (Nikki DeLoach) and type-A Eric (Michael Rady) must work together to find the dog's forever home.
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).
Frankie (Rachael Leigh Cook) and Nate (Brendan Penny) are back, managing life on the vineyard and planning a wedding in secret!
Rival house flippers, Jules Briggs (Julie Gonzalo) and Lance Waddell (Tyler Hynes), renovate dual sides of a duplex and rekindle an old romance.
When someone begins taunting Aurora Teagarden (Candace Cameron Bure) with cryptic clues left at crime scenes, the librarian-turned-crime buff attempts to figure out who is behind the creepy “game.” When the people closest to Aurora become targets and she realizes her blossoming relationship with Professor Nick Miller (Niall Matter) might be the source of jealousy that is driving the crime spree, the game takes on a much more dangerous edge as Aurora becomes especially careful not to become the next victim.
In the Hallmark Hall of Fame Presentation, single-mom Lizzie Beauman (Nikki Deloach) is encouraging when her young daughter unexpectedly befriends a widower named Walter (Jeff Hephner) as part of her Mission: Find a Friend.
Cate (Jodie Sweetin), CEO of the Merry & Bright Candy Cane Company, meets Gabe (Andrew Walker) during the busy Christmas season. She assumes Gabe is the suitor her well-meaning mother is trying to set her up with when in reality, he works for Empire Corporate Recovery, which has been hired to take a closer look at Merry & Bright's operation and find ways to make the company more profitable. As Cate and Gabe begin to work together, they find ways to elevate the business and find that they have more in common than savvy business sense.
Jamie (Maggie Lawson) learns that her first love Sawyer (Sam Page) is the architect of a development that wants to change her beloved neighborhood and threatens her bookstore. Can old Valentines help them see eye to eye?
- When a NYC event planner returns to Tennessee to plan the Christmas celebration at Dollywood, she's paired with the head of operations who thinks he can handle the party just fine on his own.
When Aria Eubank (Kellie Pickler) convinces a famous travel writer to do a feature story on her beloved hometown, Midway, Utah, it looks like the town’s tourism drop is about to be reversed. However, when the travel guru and his ghostwriter both show up, Aria finds her heart torn between the charismatic but pompous Sterling Masters and Alex Bartlett (Tyler Hynes), the real talent behind ‘Masters of Travel,’ and the man who has genuinely fallen for her.
- Two busy strangers, Olivia Bennett (Elizabeth Mitchell) and Edward Taylor (Cameron Mathison) meet when they help an elderly woman find her lost Christmas savings. Thanks to fate and Christmas magic, they also find something they were both missing: true love. Based on the novel by Barbara Hinske.
- Brooke (Brittany Bristow) is dumped right before Christmas and enlists the help of actor Joel (Matt Cohen) to play the role of her boyfriend for the holidays. Brooke had described her ex-boyfriend as “Mr. Christmas” to her family and worries about keeping up the ruse when she discovers Joel is Jewish. When her family eventually finds out his background, they happily incorporate his Hanukkah traditions into their plans. Christmas and Hanukkah are celebrated side by side as they all learn more about the other’s holiday.
Gabby Ferrar (Roselyn Sanchez) moves to the town of Bright Shore, Massachusetts to open a restaurant after a stint as a sous chef in New York. Upon arrival, she encounters Caleb Delaney (Eric Winter), a single father who runs his own restaurant and coaches the girls’ softball team. Both Gabby and Caleb's restaurants will compete in the Taste of Summer Food Festival hosted in Bright Shore, but as they get to know each other, there's a bigger prize at stake.
Samantha (Lindy Booth) returns home for her town’s winter festival to celebrate her father’s retirement from coaching. Her hopes for a quiet visit are dashed when she discovers NFL quarterback and high school sweetheart Jake is also there.
While planning her first wedding, Annalise (Cindy Busby) is shocked to discover the best man is her ex-boyfriend. Meanwhile, inn owners Olivia (Josie Bissett) and Mick (Jack Wagner) both have secret plans in the works.
Erin Cavendish (Fiona Gubelmann) goes undercover at her family's chocolate plant to see why sales are down when she meets head chocolatier, Bryan (Brendan Penny), who has new ideas on how to update the Easter product line.
While hosting a puppy party, Hailey (Jen Lilley) meets single father Ryan (Christopher Russell). She helps him discover the value of adopting a dog, and teaches him that there's more to life, especially when falling in love