With their "It's A Wonderful Lifetime" schedule you can look forward to over two dozen new Lifetime Christmas movies in 2019. This list lets you know what Lifetime Christmas movies to look forward to and what holiday movies you might have missed. From sweet stories of returning to your hometown and high school love to investigative reporters getting the real scoop on the meaning of life and the holidays, Lifetime offers a great list of Christmas movies. If you think lighthearted Christmas tales will keep you from Lifetime movies based on true stories, don't fret, both Merry Liddle Christmas and You Light Up My Christmas are inspired by true events.
What is going to be the best Lifetime Christmas movie in 2019? Vote up the good Lifetime holiday films you can't wait to watch or watch again.
If event planner Celeste Everett (Ali Liebert) is going to save her business and give her niece a happy Christmas season, she is going to need help. When the nanny she hires turns out to be a man (Jake Epstein), Celeste surprisingly realizes she may have also found Christmas love for herself.
Country music star Laney Blu (Megan Hilty) hasn’t been back to her Tennessee hometown in years, but a freak snow storm leaves her stranded there before a major Christmas concert in NYC. As she spends more time home, she sees her hometown in a new light thanks to snowplow driver Robbie (Marcus Rosner), and must decide whether to leave for NYC or if home is where her heart is.
To pull off a spectacular Christmas themed wedding at the exclusive Snowview Lodge, wedding planner, Cadence Clark (Sarah Drew) - joins forces with Henry Harrison (Ryan McPartlin), co-owner of a family-run Christmas decoration and house-lighting company. As the single parents get closer while working together, a snow storm threatens the wedding.
Two rival musicians, Lindsay (Marla Sokoloff) and Wes (Rob Mayes), who perform in a dueling piano show, suddenly find themselves without a gig on Christmas Eve and decide to road trip to their neighboring hometowns together.
Since her father passed away, Emily (Katie Leclerc) has been running her family's dairy farm with the help of her mother and best friend. But this Christmas, her sister Dorothy (Jennifer Ellis) and he business partner Charlie (Ryan Cooper) show up to help during hard times. Emily's plan to hold an ice cream flavor contest goes viral thanks to Charlie's special ingredient, apple pie, but will it be enough to save the business for Christmas?
Jennifer (Tiya Sircar) is a tough crime beat reporter who gets the assignment of her life: to find the true meaning of Christmas. When she goes undercover in a department store as a 9 to 5 sales clerk from Black Friday to Christmas Eve, she finds her true calling and meets the man of her dreams. It's a Christmas she will never forget.
When food stylist Holly (Adelaide Kane) returns home for Christmas, she learns that Loretta (Loretta Devine), the owner of her favorite childhood bakery, is retiring and giving the bakery away to whoever can recreate her famous 12 Days of Christmas recipes. Holly enters and meets a local baked named Brad (Greyston Holt), and the two adversaries end up cooking something special together.
Jacquie (Kelly Rowland) is a successful, super-together single tech entrepreneur whose messy family descends on her gleaming new dream home for the holidays. Christmas traditions collide and family drama ensues as she struggles to keep her house together in time for a glossy video shoot of "the perfect Christmas." On top of that, the possibility of romance with a new neighbor has Jacquie questioning all her dating rules, so even though this isn't the Christmas she envisioned, it might just be the most magical one yet.
As the Christmas party for a book publishing company approaches, editor Maggie (Emily Rose) volunteers to help her boss Amanda find a date. Matchmaking is a bit of a hobby for Maggie, but she is thrown off her game when Jaxson (Corey Seiver), her old boyfriend from her college years, shows up at her work. She’ll have to face her decisions of the past, along with Amanda eyeing Jaxson, to bring together the perfect matches at Christmas.
It’s Christmas at the Treeline Ski Resort, where Holly (Melissa Joan Hart) is the event coordinator at her family lodge. She plans every event and keeps all the guests happy. But when her college sweetheart, (Ricardo Chavira) now widowed with two children, checks in, Holly discovers she has her own reservations about life and love.
When her Philadelphia radio station is closed for repairs during the holidays, DJ Kara Porter (Keshia Knight Pulliam) is forced to broadcast from the small town of Bethlehem. Desperate for promotion, Kara seeks to uncover the identity of the town’s Secret Santa, discovering the true meaning of family, community, love and Christmas along the way.
When marketing exec Lucy (Lexi Lawson) learns that she’s inherited her grandfather’s Christmas store, she makes a trip back home to support the store during its final Christmas season before she sells it. After returning, she realizes what makes the store so special thanks to a a local diner owner, Scott (Mark Ghanimé) and the magic of a Christmas stranger (Beth Broderick).
While uncovering who is behind the random acts of Christmas popping up around her city, investigative journalist, Sydney (Erin Cahill) meets a competing reporter, Cole (Kevin McGarry), who ignites her Christmas spirit and captures her heart, but may not be the man he claims to be.
When relationship advice columnist Amalie Hess (Ashley Newbrough) receives an unsigned love letter in a Christmas card, she returns to her hometown to solve the mystery of who sent it and maybe find true love.
A pair of magical shoes step into Kayla Hummel’s (Erin Karpluk) holiday season, allowing her to rediscover her Christmas spirit and find love too.
After Emma (Kyla Pratt) finds her college boyfriend’s engraved watch at a vintage jewelry shop, her sister Bronwyn (Rachel McLaren) believes it is a sign, and decides to secretly play cupid by sending Emma to the same bed and breakfast in Vermont that Fletcher (Ed Ruttle) is staying at one week before Christmas.
Inspired by true events, Emma (Kim Fields) returns to her hometown built around her family's pioneer Christmas Light Factory two weeks before Christmas. However upon Emma's return, she discovers the lights have gone dim in the once festive town, prompting her to reconnect with an old flame to set their hearts and the town ablaze with light again.
Erin's (Tatyana Ali) dreams of living in a big city came true after her first job at the Mt. Holly Inn led her to work at the prestigious Windsor Hotel in New York. When she finds out she'll get promoted if she can pull off a big project, her excitement fades once she finds out it's in her hometown and she learns that the locals, led by her ex-boyfriend Conner, don’t want Mt. Holly Inn being bought out by a big corporation. As she works, Erin has to figure out if what she really wants is a promotion or to be home again.
Lori (Soleil Moon Frye) stages homes for a living and her busiest season is Christmas! A new client is a wealthy widower named Elliot (George Stults) asks her to stage his home for the holidays to cheer up his daughter, Maddie. The more Lori works on the house, the more she feels part of the family. While she meant to stage the perfect Christmas, she ends up creating it for the father and daughter in every way possible.
When a winter storm hits Cleveland and grounds flights, pilot Nina (Julianna Guill) agrees to let her arrogant but charming co-pilot, Brady (Corey Sevier), stay at her parents' home. But when they discover her family is hosting her ex at a party that night, Brady pretends to be her boyfriend to help her out. When the snowstorm continues, their ruse snowballs as Nina and Brady begin to realize the best gift they could ever receive, is perhaps, each other.
In the small town of Ponchatoula, Louisiana a wooden wishing box is placed in the park as a Christmas tradition. After a night out together, Maddie (Megan Park) encourages her sister Faith (Hilarie Burton) to put a wish in the box - a wish to experience true love for the first time. The next day, they meet the bachelor Andrew (Cristian de la Fuente), and Faith wonders if he's her perfect match or if it's her best friend Wyatt (Tyler Hilton).
The Winter Family is Christmas royalty in New Iberia, Louisiana, and former Miss Christmas Sarah Winter (Jana Kramer), now a successful lawyer, is no exception. When she returns for the town's Sugarcane Christmas Festival with her mother (Moira Kelly) and grandparents (Dee Wallace and Barry Bostwick), she discovers a romance with former Mister Christmas (Percy Daggs III).
When Marla’s (Vanessa Lachey) dog runs away on Christmas Eve, she must team up with her ex-boyfriend Max (Christopher Russell) to find him. As the pup leads the exes on an all-day-and-night search through their North Carolina hometown, they revisit people, places and things that remind them of the Christmas pasts they spent together.
When aspiring R&B artist Layla (Erica Durance) crosses paths with amateur songwriter Spence (J.T. Hodges), she thinks she's found her shot at finally getting a record deal. But as the holidays approach, the fast-paced, high stakes music business threatens to change their sound and relationship - especially when the label executives begin to see Spence as the real star.
Mia is a window dresser in a big city department store, living and breathing Christmas for months to get the store ready for the holidays. But now that the season is actually near, all she wants is a tropical beach getaway with her sister Sara. However, plans change when Sara begs for Mia's help putting on the annual Snowflake festival in their home town in Vermont. Just when she thought she was out - Santa pulls her back in!