Fans of those feel-good Christmas rom-coms have something to feel extra merry about this week: The Hallmark Channel is premiering a new flick every night during their seven-day movie marathon for Thanksgiving!
Candace Cameron Bure will host Hallmark’s 7-Night Thanksgiving Movie Event, which will feature a new movie every night at 8 p.m. Eastern starting Nov. 23.
Hallmark tweeted about the week-long event kicking off with a clip of Vanessa Lengies, who stars in the Nov. 23 premiere, “Heart of the Holidays,” alongside Corey Sevier.
Our 7 Night Thanksgiving Movie Event kicks off TONIGHT! ð Tune in at 8pm/7c for the @hallmarkchannel Original Premiere of #HeartOfTheHolidays starring @littlelengies and @Corey_Sevier. Tweet using #HeartOfTheHolidays. pic.twitter.com/2GkYWdf7hi
— Hallmark Channel (@hallmarkchannel) November 23, 2020
In “Heart of the Holidays,” Sam (Lengies) returns to her hometown for the holidays. After an encounter with her high school sweetheart, Noah (Sevier), she … well, you know where this is going.
In the Nov. 24 premiere, “A Christmas Tree Grows in Colorado,” Erin (Rochelle Aytes) must convince Kevin (Mark Taylor) that the community needs a special spruce growing in his yard for the town’s Christmas celebration.
On Nov. 25, “Good Morning Christmas,” starring Alison Sweeney and Marc Blucas, tells the story of a pair of TV show anchors sent to a small town to celebrate the holidays.
“While pretending to get along for the sake of appearance, they discover that there’s more to each other than they thought,” Hallmark’s description reads.
In the Nov. 26 premiere, “Christmas by Starlight,” Annie (Kimberley Sustad) sets out to save her family’s eatery, the Starlight Cafe, from demolition by developer William (Paul Campbell).
In Nov. 27’s premiere, “Five Star Christmas,” a travel writer shows up at the family bed and breakfast, and everyone pretends to be a guest to make sure they get a top review. But the secret ploy gets complicated when Lucy (Bethany Joy Lenz) falls for Jake (Victor Webster).
In Nov. 28’s “Christmas Waltz,” Avery’s (Lacey Chabert) Christmas wedding is canceled, but the dance instructor (Will Kemp) she’d hired to teach her to dance for her wedding steps in to help her find her footing again.
The final offering of the week is “If I Only Had Christmas” on Nov. 29, and it stars the week’s host, Candace Cameron Bure. Cameron Bure plays publicist Darcy, who lands her dream job helping exec Glen (Warren Christie) help a charity for Christmas. But the spark between them just might be extinguished by Glen’s revelation at the holiday gala.
Are you excited for this week’s new offerings from the Hallmark Channel?