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.
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.
Web entrepreneur Abby (Jonna Walsh) hides her Texas roots to convince a backer she's from New England, a task complicated by a trip home and an unexpected reunion with Ryan (Nathan Parsons), her high school sweetheart.
A dating app creator (Emeraude Toubia) finds her views on love challenged when she returns home to Florida and reconnects with her high school sweetheart.
Lucy (Jodie Sweetin) wasn't sure if she would find true love, until Jack (David Haydn-Jones) moves to town with his daughter Sophie. Together they teach her it's never too late to start chasing rainbows!
Lily (Heather Hemmens) produces a wedding reality show, but her success driven world is flipped when her ex, Scott (Cornelius Smith Jr.), is cast as the groom-to-be. Lily must revisit her past if she's to find her own happily ever after.
Photographer, Maggie (Laura Osnes), learns her ex-boyfriend/ex-singing partner is in the wedding she is working. Tensions run high until they sing together, remembering how good they were as a duo.
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
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.
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?
Attorney Claire Darrow (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) defends an old colleague of her mother's for murder. Things get complex when Claire's romantic interest, Miles (Tom Cavanagh), is named as prosecuting attorney on the case.
The prize of Sunset Valley's annual olive oil contest is a land parcel with disputed ownership. When feisty Nicole (Tori Anderson) and competitive Jake (Benjamin Hollingsworth) face-off, they never expect sparks to fly.
When Amelia (Italia Ricci), an unknown actress, lands the role of a lifetime in Rome she's paired with an American journalist writing a profile - as she learns her role she also finds surprises about love and life in the eternal city.
Contestants on "The One," Stephanie (Pascale Hutton) and Oliver (Sam Page) try to determine if they're fated to be together. Meanwhile, sparks fly between Stephanie and Alex, the handsome ranch owner who acts as their guide.
Laurel (Kellie Pickler) and Clay (Wes Brown) have three weeks to plan their wedding at Elvis Presley's celebrated home. However, when both sets of in-laws descend on Memphis to "help" plan the nuptials, bride and groom are pushed to the breaking point.
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.