The Hallmark Channel's Countdown to Christmas includes 22 new movies. The romantic entanglements started in late October with "Christmas at Pemberley." The holiday cheer team at the network also cooked up "Christmas in Love," "Christmas Joy," "Road to Christmas," "It's Christmas, Eve," and the hunka-hunka-burnin' "Christmas at Graceland," among others.
Holiday movies now run 24/7 on Hallmark. Here are the new films coming between now and the end of December. They all premiere at 8 p.m.
Sunday — "A Shoe Addicts Christmas," starring Candace Cameron Bure, Luke Macfarlane and Jean Smart. As Christmas approaches, Noelle (Bure) is at a crossroads in her life when it seems that love, a connection with her father and her dream career are out of reach.
Saturday — "Mingle All the Way," starring Jen Lilley, Brant Daugherty and Lindsay Wagner. A new networking app called Mingle All the Way is designed to pair busy professionals together for upcoming events. Molly, founder of the app, is determined to prove to her family that it is a success.
Dec. 2 — "A Majestic Christmas," starring Jerrika Hinton and Christian Vincent. Christmas in the charming town of Briar Falls will be bittersweet this year when architect Nell goes back to her hometown having been given the job of turning the historic Majestic Playhouse into a modern multiplex.
Dec. 8 — "Homegrown Christmas," starring Lori Loughlin and Victor Webster. After stepping down as CEO of her dream job, Maddie (Loughlin) heads home for the holidays to gain perspective. She finds herself running into her old high school sweetheart Carter (Webster), and tensions quickly arise.
Dec. 9 — "Welcome to Christmas," starring Jennifer Finnigan and Eric Mabius. Resort developer Madison Lane (Finnigan) is tasked with finding a location for a new ski resort.
Dec. 15 — "Entertaining Christmas," starring Jodie Sweetin and Brendan Fehr. Claire is a cookbook author, crafting expert and television personality. As she contemplates retirement, her daughter Kara (Sweetin) is poised to become the new face of the Livingston brand. The problem: Kara can’t cook, or sew, or do any of the signature things for which her mother is known.
Dec. 16 — "A Gingerbread Romance," starring Tia Mowry-Hardrict and Duane Henry. With Christmas just weeks away, the architecture firm Taylor works for enters her in a contest in which the teams will design and build life-sized gingerbread houses.
Dec. 22 — "Jingle Around the Clock," starring Andrea Brooks and Michael Cassidy. Ad exec Elle has the promotion-worthy shot to overhaul a Christmas campaign just as she begins planning a special Christmas reunion for her friends.
Dec. 23 — "Christmas Made to Order," starring Alexa PenaVega and Jonathan Bennett. Architect and Christmas amateur Steven recruits holiday coordinator Gretchen (PenaVega) to bring Christmas joy to his family.
Dec. 29 — "A Midnight Kiss," starring Carlos PenaVega (husband of Alexa PenaVega; see above) and Adelaide Kane. With only one week to prepare, a party planner must enlist the help of a relative stranger to help her pull off a big event. But what she didn't plan on was falling in love in the process.
For more on the new Hallmark Christmas movies: www.hallmarkchannel.com