Hallmark Christmas Movie 2023 Schedule Checklist – Free Printable

The most wonderful time of the year is just around the corner, and even before the Christmas season officially begins Hallmark Christmas movies start October 20, 2023. That’s right, even before spooky season ends, it’s time to get your Christmas movie fix, and I am here for it. Let the Christmas movie marathon begin! Don’t miss a movie with the 2023 Hallmark Christmas Movie schedule checklist free printable below.

Hallmark Christmas Movies 2023 Free Printable Checklist

With 42 brand new Hallmark Christmas movies for 2023 (31 on Hallmark Channel, 9 on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries and 2 exclusive releases for Hallmark Now), it’s time for all of the Christmas season fun. Watching all 42 is a huge undertaking, but by starting in October – before Halloween – it CAN be done. Who’s with me?!

If you LOVE Christmas movies, I’ve got you covered. I have Christmas movie checklists for UPtv, Lifetime and the Great American Family Christmas too. 

Hallmark Christmas Movies Premiere Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday

In 2023, Hallmark Christmas movies will premiere on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from October 20 through December 21. The 42 new movies and 2 returning movies with extended scenes are available across all three of Hallmark’s channels – Hallmark Channel, Hallmark Movies and Mysteries and Hallmark Now. That’s right, this year Hallmark Now (the streaming platform gets two exclusive movies and two favorites with exclusive new scenes). That’s two more new Hallmark Christmas movies from last year, and here is when you can watch movie premieres on each channel:

  • Hallmark Channel’s Countdown to Christmas’s 31 new movies premiere on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights starting October 20 at 8 pm EST/PST with three nights of double features airing at 6 and 8 pm EST/PST during Thanksgiving week.
  • Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Miracles of Christmas’s 9 new movies premiere on Thursday nights starting October 26 at 8 pm EST/PST (except Thanksgiving week when it premieres on Wednesday).
  • Hallmark Now’s Movies & Mistletoe’s 2 new movies premiere on Thursday nights at 8 pm EST/PST. Don’t miss two of last year’s hit movies with extended scenes, exclusively on Hallmark Now.

One of the most common questions I get asked is why the Christmas movies on my checklist end in mid-December. That’s because the checklist includes the premiere nights for 42 movies, and the premieres end on December 21. But don’t worry, there will still be Christmas movies on all season. This year’s new Christmas movies and favorites from years’ past will continue to rerun on the Hallmark channels throughout the holiday season. As always that means that if you miss a premiere night, you can catch it later in the season.

***Important information you need to know. This will be an evolving printable. Hallmark likes to change things up as the season wears on – changing titles and moving dates. It happens every year. So, if you discover your checklist seems a bit off, check back here, and I will have an update for you. That said, if you want to use the same checklist all season, this list will be close just expect a few adjustments. ***

How To Watch Hallmark Christmas Movies

We got rid of cable years ago, which means watching Hallmark Christmas movies can be a challenge. But there are options for streaming Hallmark Christmas movies. If you don’t have cable to watch your Hallmark movies, you can watch via these streaming services.

  • Frndly TV – Frndly TV is a streaming service that offers 40 family-friendly channels including Hallmark Channel, Hallmark Movies and Mysteries, and Hallmark Drama. With Frndly TV, you’ll be able to watch all the new releases as they air on cable, plus shows on-demand, so you can binge-watch some of your favorite Hallmark movies all season long for $6.99 a month. Frndly TV works with Apple, Android, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast, and you can cancel your subscription anytime. (This is the service I have used for the past two years and already have set up for this year.) Want to see if Frndly TV works for you, try the FREE 7-day trial.
  • Sling TV, AT&T TV, Philo – If you already use Sling TV, AT&T TV or Philo for your streaming service, just add Hallmark Channels to your current package so you can watch Hallmark movies in real time. On Sling TV the Lifestyles package includes Hallmark Channel for $6 a month.
  • Hallmark Now – New for 2023, if you want to watch the two exclusive new Christmas movies on Hallmark Now, you will also need a subscription (or a 7-day free trial) to catch those exclusives. I’ve also included a note about which of the 2023 Hallmark Channel Christmas movies will stream on Hallmark Now and when they will arrive in the movie descriptions at the bottom of this post. (Don’t forget, not all Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Christmas movies will be available streaming on Hallmark Now, so if you want to see them all, you will need one of the other services above.)

Hallmark Christmas Movie Activities

Play along as you watch your favorite Hallmark Christmas movies with my Hallmark Christmas BINGO game. If you watch Hallmark Christmas Movie alone, you can make it a silly challenge to take a sip of hot cocoa each time you find a BINGO square or take a bite of a Christmas cookie.

If you host a Hallmark Christmas movie-watching party, you can pass out BINGO sheets to your guests and see who gets BINGO first. (Don’t worry, it won’t take long!)

The Hallmark Christmas Movie BINGO is now available. You can also find it in my Etsy Shop if you don’t want to join the list.

Hallmark Christmas Movie BINGO Printable

Hallmark Christmas Movie Checklist 2023

Hallmark Christmas Movie Schedule Checklist free printable includes all 42 movies. Most movies premiere at 8 pm with a few nights of back-to-back features on Hallmark Channel at 6 pm and 8 pm EST/PST. If you plan to accomplish the whole list, you will need double checkmarks in box on double feature nights – perhaps red and green pens are in order. (ALL TIMES ARE LISTED IN EST/PST.)

Of course, my problem will be getting sucked into movies from other years that are either favorites or ones I’ve missed. Ahhh so many movies, so little holiday season. It’s a good thing we get to kick off our movie-watching in October.

Let’s get our cozy ‘jamies on and curl up for some Hallmark Christmas Movies!

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Want to catch up on Hallmark Christmas Movies past, grab a copy of my 2022, 2021 and 2020 Christmas movies checklists.

Full 2023 Hallmark Channel Countdown To Christmas Movie Lineup

What Christmas movies are on Hallmark Channel 2023? The full 2023 Hallmark Countdown to Christmas Movie lineup includes 31 new movies. All Hallmark Countdown to Christmas Movie premieres start at 8 pm EST/PST except where noted when the channel offers a double feature at 6 pm and 8 pm EST/PST.

Friday, October 20

Checkin’ It Twice, starring Kim Matula and Kevin McGarry — A journeyman hockey player (McGarry) falls for a real estate agent (Matula) in a career crisis when he’s traded to her hometown and moves into the cottage in her hockey-loving family’s backyard. 

Saturday, October 21

Where Are You, Christmas?, starring Lyndsy Fonseca, Michael Rady, Jim O’Heir, and Julie Warner — When Addy (Fonseca) wishes for a year without Christmas, she wakes up in a world of black and white. She must work together with the town mechanic (Rady) to restore Christmas. 

Sunday, October 22

Under the Christmas Sky, starring Jessica Parker Kennedy and Ryan Paevey — Kat (Kennedy) is an esteemed astrophysicist, who is scheduled for her first trip into space next year until an accident grounds her. While on leave, coming to terms with the reality that her dream of being an astronaut is over, she volunteers at the local planetarium. There, she is paired up with by-the-book David (Paevey) to work on an exhibit opening right before Christmas. Will the stars align to bring these two together at the holidays?  

Friday, October 27

Christmas by Design, starring Rebecca Dalton and Jonathan Keltz — A fashion designer (Dalton) gets accepted into a Christmas challenge to create a new holiday-themed collection and not only finds the inspiration for her next line but decides to redesign her approach to what’s most important in life. 

Saturday, October 28

Mystic Christmas, starring Jessy Schram, Chandler Massey, Patti Murin, and William R. Moses—Juniper (Schram) travels to Mystic, Connecticut during the holidays to work at the rehabilitation center and aquarium. She reconnects with Sawyer (Massey), the owner of the pizza shop. 

Sunday, October 29

Joyeux Noel, starring Jaicy Elliot and Brant Daugherty — When a romantic painting of a Christmas market captures the imagination of copy editor Lea (Elliot), she is sent to France with pragmatic reporter Mark (Daugherty) to uncover the mystery behind the artist. 

Friday, November 3

Flipping for Christmas, starring Ashley Newbrough and Marcus Rosner — It’s almost Christmas when busy realtor Abigail (Newbrough) agrees to help her sister with the “simple flip” of a recently inherited home. Unfortunately, co-beneficiary Bo (Rosner) has other plans in mind. 

Saturday, November 4

Never Been Chris’d, starring Janel Parrish, Pascal Lamothe-Kipnes, and Tyler Hynes — Home for the holidays, BFFs Naomi (Parrish) and Liz (Lamothe-Kipnes) reconnect with high school crush Chris Silver (Hynes). A complex love triangle forms, forcing them to take stock of their lives and find the value of friendship. 

Sunday, November 5

The Santa Summit, starring Hunter King and Benjamin Hollingsworth — It’s time for the annual Santa Summit, in which revelers put on Santa suits and hop around designated locations in town to eat, drink, and be merry. Three best friends decide to go together: Jordin (King), a recently dumped art teacher looking to cut loose; Ava, a shy woman hoping to run into her crush; and Stella, a Christmas cynic with no interest in the Santa Summit whatsoever. At the start of the night, Jordin meets and bonds with Liam (Hollingsworth), but doesn’t get his name before getting separated and lost in a sea of Santas. As the night progresses and hijinks ensue, amidst the chaos, celebration, and a sea of Santas, they all find what they’re looking for: Christmas spirit, potential romance, and a strengthened bond of friendship.

Friday, November 10

Everything Christmas, starring Katherine Barrell, Cindy Busby, Corey Sevier, and Matt Wells — Lori Jo’s (Busby) love for Christmas takes her on a road trip to Yuletide Springs with her roommate Tori (Barrell), where Christmas is celebrated year-round, to participate in a longstanding town tradition to honor her late grandmother. Along the way, the friends meet Carl (Sevier) and Jason (Wells), and the foursome make stops during their journey to enjoy more small-town Christmas attractions. But when a series of events puts a damper on their plans, a little Christmas magic may put this trip back on the right path. 

Saturday, November 11

Christmas Island, starring Rachel Skarsten and Andrew Walker — When a snowstorm diverts Kate’s (Skarsten) first private flight en route to Switzerland to Christmas Island, she must team up with an air traffic controller (Walker) to secure her dream job as the family’s pilot.

Sunday, November 12

A Heidelberg Holiday, starring Ginna Claire Mason and Frédéric Brossier — Heidi Heidelberg (Mason) receives the dream opportunity to sell her beautiful, handmade glass ornaments at the prestigious Heidelberg Christmas Market in Germany. While there, she meets Lukas (Brossier), a local artisan who helps her reconnect with her lost heritage. Features the song “This Christmas,” written and performed by Ingrid Michaelson, especially for the movie.

Friday, November 17

Navigating Christmas, starring Chelsea Hobbs and Stephen Huszar — Recently divorced Melanie (Hobbs) and her son Jason visit a remote island for Christmas, only to find themselves running a real working lighthouse where she connects with the curt but cute owner (Huszar). 

Saturday, November 18

A Merry Scottish Christmas, starring Lacey Chabert and Scott Wolf — When estranged siblings, Lindsay (Chabert) and Brad (Wolf) Morgan travel to Scotland at Christmas to reunite with their mother Jo, a big family secret is revealed. 

Sunday, November 19

Holiday Hotline, starring Emily Tennant and Niall Matter — After leaving London, Abby (Tennant) connects with an anonymous caller while working at a cooking hotline. The caller is single dad “John” (Matter) who Abby unknowingly has become smitten with in real life. 

Thursday, November 23

Catch Me If You Claus, starring Italia Ricci and Luke Macfarlane — Avery Quinn (Ricci) is an aspiring news anchor who’s finally getting her big break on her station’s Christmas morning newscast. But that’s put in jeopardy when she captures an intruder in her home wearing a red suit claiming to be Chris (Macfarlane), Santa’s son, who is on his first mission. A night of adventure ensues as they find themselves being pursued by the police as well as some shady characters. Along the way, they connect over living in the shadow of their parents and inspire each other to go after their dreams. 

Friday, November 24 at 6 p.m. ET/PT

Letters to Santa, starring Katie Leclerc and Rafael de la Fuente — When young siblings receive a magic pen from Santa that appears to be granting wishes, they request a Christmas gift they want more than anything: for their separated parents (Leclerc, de la Fuente) to reunite. 

Friday, November 24

Holiday Road, starring Sara Canning and Warren Christie — When bad weather leaves each of them stranded at the airport for the holidays, a tech entrepreneur (Christie), a travel writer (Canning), a devoted mother (Enid-Raye Adams) and her son (Kiefer O’Reilly), a stubborn senior (Trevor Lerner), an enigmatic woman with a hint of mystery (Brittany Willacy), a couple traveling from Hong Kong (Sharon Crandall, Ryan Mah) and a social media influencer (Princess Davis) all agree to rent a shared van to embark on a road trip to Denver. When their unexpected journey brings them into uncharted territory, they navigate a series of misadventures together and form a deeper bond that just might change the trajectories of each of their lives. Inspired by true events. 

Saturday, November 25 at 6 p.m. ET/PT

Christmas in Notting Hill, starring Sarah Ramos and William Moseley — Famous soccer star, Graham Savoy (Moseley), has always been too busy for love, but when he comes home to Notting Hill for Christmas, he changes his mind after meeting Georgia (Ramos) – a visiting American and the one person who has no idea who he is. 

Saturday, November 25

Haul Out the Holly: Lit Up, starring Lacey Chabert, Wes Brown, Stephen Tobolowsky, Melissa Peterman, Ellen Travolta, Seth Morris and Jennifer Aspen —  As the holidays approach, Emily (Chabert) and Jared (Brown) are looking forward to celebrating the holidays together again, this time as a couple. Emily, now embracing Evergreen Lane’s uniquely festive spirit, is ready to work with Jared, Ned (Tobolowsky), Mary Louise (Travolta) and Pamela (Peterman) to make this year’s Christmas celebrations the best yet – even if being the HOA president’s girlfriend doesn’t stop those dreaded decorating citations. When a house on the block goes up for sale, it causes quite a stir among residents. When the soon-to-be neighbors turn out to be holiday royalty (Morris, Aspen), it looks like this year’s competition is about to heat up. As the welcoming committee prepares for the new arrivals, only one thing is certain – this Christmas, Evergreen Lane is going to sleigh! 

Sunday, November 26 at 6 p.m. ET/PT

Our Christmas Mural, starring Alex Paxton-Beesley and Dan Jeannotte — Olivia (Paxton-Beesley) is a single mom who returns home for Christmas. Her mom secretly enters her into a mural contest; she wins but partners with teacher Will (Jeannotte) to create a Christmas masterpiece. 

Sunday, November 26

A Biltmore Christmas, starring Bethany Joy Lenz, Kristoffer Polaha, Jonathan Frakes, and Robert Picardo — Lucy Hardgrove (Lenz) is a screenwriter who lands the job of a lifetime when she’s hired to pen the script for a remake of the beloved, holiday movie classic, His Merry Wife!, which was filmed in 1947 at beautiful, historic Biltmore House. When the head of the studio isn’t satisfied with the ending Lucy wrote because it deviates from the original’s feel-good conclusion, he sends Lucy to Biltmore Estate for research and inspiration. While there, she unwittingly discovers the ability to travel to the 1947 set of His Merry Wife! through the help of an hourglass. While on set, she and Jack Huston (Polaha), one of the film’s stars, spend time together and become close. But her sudden appearance has set off a chain of events that put the production in jeopardy. Before she can return to the present, Lucy must make things right or threaten to alter the future forever. 

Friday, December 1

My Norwegian Holiday, starring Rhiannon Fish and David Elsendoorn — JJ (Fish), grieving the loss of her grandmother and seeking dissertation inspiration, stumbles upon an unexpected holiday destiny. Meeting Henrik (Elsendoorn), a Norwegian from Bergen, their connection deepens when he discovers she has a troll figurine from his hometown. To explore the troll’s history and her grandmother’s ties, JJ agrees to join Henrik on a journey to Norway. In Bergen, they’re drawn into Henrik’s family Christmas and wedding traditions, with his sister’s wedding the day before Christmas Eve. JJ embarks on a holiday adventure, uncovering the troll’s origins and finding her own path to healing, love and family. 

Saturday, December 2

A Not So Royal Christmas, starring Brooke D’Orsay and Will Kemp — Tabloid journalist Charlotte (D’Orsay) attempts to land an interview with a reclusive Count. In response, the royal family has a groundskeeper (Kemp) pose as the Count since the real one fled years ago. 

Sunday, December 3

Christmas with a Kiss (working title), starring Mishael Morgan, Ronnie Rowe Jr., and Jaime M. Callica — A Mahogany Presentation — A woman (Morgan) returns home to help with her family’s Christmas Carnival and romance ignites. A photojournalist (Rowe) curates a surprise reunion. 

Friday, December 8

Magic in Mistletoe, starring Lyndie Greenwood and Paul Campbell — Harrington (Campbell) is the author of a popular book series but commercial success has left him a bitter recluse. As he returns to his hometown for an annual Christmas festival celebrating his books, he’s joined by April (Greenwood), a publicist for the major publishing house he works with. April is there for damage control after Harrington’s recent comments on social media have ruffled some feathers. But as she gets to know him better, hope springs that April can unlock Harrington’s guarded heart and help him rediscover the spirit of the holiday. 

Saturday, December 9

Christmas on Cherry Lane, starring Catherine Bell, Jonathan Bennett, John Brotherton, Erin Cahill, James Denton, and Vincent Rodriguez III — A young couple preparing to welcome their first child (Brotherton, Cahill); an empty-nester (Bell) and her fiancé (Denton) ready to start a new chapter; and a couple (Bennett, Rodriguez III) who unexpectedly have the chance to expand their family on Christmas Eve celebrate the holiday as they navigate these turning points in their lives. 

Sunday, December 10

Round and Round, starring Vic Michaelis, Bryan Greenberg, and Rick Hoffman — Rachel’s (Michaelis) stuck in a time loop, reliving the night of her parents’ Hanukkah party. Can Zach (Greenberg), the “nice boy” Grandma’s trying to set her up with, help her make it to tomorrow? 

Friday, December 15

The Secret Gift of Christmas (working title), starring Meghan Ory and Christopher Russell — Bonnie (Ory) is a personal shopper who helps her new, widowed client Patrick (Russell) reconnect with his young daughter. Though Bonnie and Patrick’s ideas of shopping couldn’t be more different, she is determined to get Patrick and his daughter everything on their wish list. 

Saturday, December 16

Sealed with a List, starring Katie Findlay and Evan Roderick — This holiday season, festive Carley (Findlay) sets out to conquer her list of abandoned resolutions from last year. Aided by coworker Wyatt (Roderick), she finds love and the confidence to chase her dreams. 

Sunday, December 17

Friends & Family Christmas, starring Humberly Gonzalez and Ali Liebert — Daniella (Gonzalez) has recently moved to New York to pursue an art career and decides to stay in town to share the holidays with her circle of artist friends, instead of going home to see her sweet, if overbearing parents. Amelia (Liebert) is a talented entertainment lawyer trying to stay focused on her work after a broken engagement. When Daniella and Amelia are set up by their parents, they agree to pretend that they are dating, to appease them for the holidays. However, as they spend time in each other’s worlds, they soon build a connection that is deeper than either of them could have hoped for. 

Full 2023 Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Miracles of Christmas Movie Lineup

The full 2023 Movies and Mysteries Miracles of Christmas lineup includes 9 new movies on Thursday nights (except on Wednesday night Thanksgiving week). Premiere times for Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Miracles of christma are at 8 pm EST/PST unless otherwise stated.

Thursday, October 26

Thursday, November 2

My Christmas Guide, starring Amber Marshall and Ben Mehl — After losing his eyesight, a college professor (Mehl) adopts a seeing-eye dog from a guide dog trainer (Marshall). As they all begin to spend time together, his confidence returns and his heart begins to open. 

Thursday, November 9

Mystery on Mistletoe Lane, starring Erica Cerra and Victor Webster — New to town, Heidi Wicks (Cerra) and her kids discover a Christmas mystery in their historic home. Local handyman and historian David (Webster) helps along the way, finding his own surprising connection. 

Thursday, November 16

A World Record Christmas, starring Nikki DeLoach, Lucas Bryant and Aias Dalman — Charlie (Dalman) is an autistic boy determined to set a Guinness World Record by stacking 1400 Jenga blocks. His mother Marissa (DeLoach) and stepfather Eric (Bryant) encourage him to reach for his dream and they all celebrate when he gets the good news that he’ll have get his chance on Christmas Eve. In the spirit of the holiday, they organize a fundraiser giving the townspeople an opportunity to donate and decorate a Jenga block, with the proceeds going to benefit kids with autism. Charlie’s journey to setting the Jenga world record gives them all the chance to learn more not just about themselves, but about what family really means. (Available on Hallmark Movies Now on Nov. 9)

Wednesday, November 22

A Season for Family, starring Brendan Penny, Stacey Farber, Benjamin Jacobson, and Azriel Dalman — Maddy’s (Farber) adopted son Wesley (Jacobson) has just one Christmas wish: to meet his brother Cody (Dalman), who was adopted into a different family. Cody’s father Paul (Penny) is a widower who is not ready to have this conversation with his son, so he turns down a meeting. However, circumstances bring the two brothers unknowingly together and they become fast friends, while sparks fly between Maddy and Paul. 

Thursday, November 30

Time for Her to Come Home for Christmas — starring Shenae Grimes-Beech, Chris Carmack, and Grace Leer and executive produced by Blake Shelton — Facing her first Christmas without her mother and looking to avoid loneliness, Carly (Grimes-Beech) heads to a quaint town to lead the church choir at Christmas. Once there, Carly meets Matthew (Carmack), a man back in town after serving in the army. As she gets to know Matthew, the choir and the townspeople, she stumbles across clues that suggest she may have been brought here for a life-changing reason. As the mystery unravels one thing is clear, this journey will teach Carly about true love, learning to trust, and that forgiveness is needed to finally heal. Leer performs her original song “Star on Top of the Tree” in the movie. (Available on Hallmark Movies Now on Nov. 16)

Thursday, December 7

To All a Good Night, starring Kimberley Sustad and Mark Ghanimé — A small-town photographer (Sustad) saves the life of a mysterious man (Ghanimé), who may just be in town to buy her family’s parkland – which is also the location of the annual Christmas celebration. 

Thursday, December 14

Heaven Down Here, starring Krystal Joy Brown, Tina Lifford, Juan Riedinger, Richard Harmon, and Phylicia Rashad — Inspired by Mickey Guyton’s song of the same name, Heaven Down Here tells the story of four disparate people who find themselves stranded in a local diner on Christmas Even when a snowstorm hits the town. Imami (Brown) is a widowed mother of two who’s having trouble making ends meet and reluctantly agrees to work the Christmas Eve shift, where she clashes with her boss Dan (Harmon), who doesn’t exactly embody the Christmas spirit. Felix (Riedinger) is a local pastor desperately trying to secure food for parishioners while his faith is challenged by his alienation by his son. Clara (Lifford) is a hospice nurse with an obstinate patient (Rashad) and whose daughter is moving away, causing her to question her place in this world. Throughout the evening, these four bicker, bond and unwittingly provide each other with the answer to their respective prayers. 

Thursday, December 21

Miracle in Bethlehem, PA, starring Laura Vandervoort and Benjamin Ayres — A New DaySpring Movie — Successful and fiercely independent, Mary Ann Brubeck (Vandervoort) adopts a baby girl to raise on her own just before Christmas. Due to the weather, she and the baby get stuck in Bethlehem, PA for the holidays. When there is no room at the inn, her only option is to stay with the innkeeper’s brother Joe (Ayres), a quintessential bachelor who lives in a house that he treats like a barn. As Mary Ann learns the value of community by spending time with Joe’s family and participating in the local church’s Christmas events, Joe starts getting his act together with new motivation…and the two begin to see each other in a new light. 

Full 2023 Hallmark Movies Now’s Movies & Mistletoe Lineup

But wait, there is more! This year Hallmark will release 2 new Chrismtas moives exclusively on Hallmark Movies Now’s Movies & Mistletoe plus the re-release of last’s years hit movies, Three Wise Men and a Baby and A Holiday Spectacular, with exclusive never-before-seen extended scenes. Since these movies premiere on the streaming station, you can choose your own premiere time.

Monday, November 27

See an exclusive never-before-seen extended cut of last year’s hit movie, Three Wise Men and a Baby, starring Paul Campbell, Tyler Hynes, Andrew Walker, and Margaret Colin. 

Thursday, December 7

Rescuing Christmas (working title), starring Rachael Leigh Cook and Sam Page — In a world where Santa (T. Mychael Rambo) is real and wants to drum up some holiday spirit, two of Santa’s elves, Chuck (Patrick Thomas O’Brien) and Debbie (Bailey Stender), devise a plan to grant one human on Earth three wishes to kickstart the holidays. Unfortunately, that human is Erin (Cook), who has lost all affection for the season. Even a blind date set up by her sister, with the affable and charming Sam (Page), won’t change her mind about Christmas. But when she makes the mistake of wishing Christmas would “just disappear,” Erin wakes up to a world where the holiday never existed! Horrified, she realizes that she’s taken away everyone’s joy, so she enlists Sam to help her reinvent the festivities from scratch. In the process, Erin learns just how much this holiday and its traditions have meant to everyone around her — and how much Sam has come to mean to her. 

Thursday, December 14

An Ice Palace Romance, starring Celeste Desjardins and Marcus Rosner — A journalist (Desjardins) faces old fears when she returns to her hometown ice rink to cover a story. With the help of the owner (Rosner) and his young daughter, she begins to reevaluate her life’s purpose. 

Thursday, December 21

See an exclusive extended cut of last year’s hit movie, A Holiday Spectacular, starring Ginna Claire Mason, Derek Klena, Eve Plumb, and Ann-Margret, and featuring the Radio City Rockettes.

17 thoughts on “Hallmark Christmas Movie 2023 Schedule Checklist – Free Printable”

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  1. Thank you for doing this I look forward to this list. I love the Hallmark Movies they make me feel like my Mom is still aroound with me as she always watched Hallamark Channel. Great Job

  2. Thanks so much for this. Love the idea of a list for GATV and Lifetime as well. Appreciate you taking your time to make it so much easier for the rest of us 🙂

    • Glad you enjoy. I am waiting for the channels to release that information. As soon as I have it, I’ll make printables for those as well.

  3. Thank you for creating this list and sharing it with us! I’ve used your movie lists in the past and love being able to check off the new movies I’ve watched.


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