Hallmark Holiday Movies You Should Watch This Season

The holidays are just around the corner, which means it’s time to play everyone’s favorite Hallmark holiday rom-coms on repeat! Which movies should you add to your must-watch list this year? Here are some of our favorites.

Let It Snow (2013)

Starring Candace Cameron Bure, Jesse Hutch, and Alan Thicke

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Her father may not be super caring, but the handsome man teaching Stephanie how to ski and fly-fish covers his bases pretty well. Watch as the lead female character juggles two men in her life: one of utmost importance who doesn’t see her the same way she sees him and one trying to earn a long-term spot in her life.

A Wish for Christmas (2016)

Starring Lacey Chabert and Paul Greene

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Sara may not have confidence at home or in the workplace, but after Santa grants her wish (for just 48 hours), she’ll definitely build some. As the clock ticks, she eventually discovers how to channel the holiday spirit and speak her mind to get what she wants.

Deliver by Christmas (2020)

Starring Alvina August and Eion Bailey

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Molly may feel like she’s in a love triangle, but is she? As she laughs with, smiles at, and falls for Josh, she continues to text some mystery guy on the side. In Molly’s mind, she doesn’t know which one she wants. But in real life, both men just so happen to be the same guy.

Christmas at Dollywood (2019)

Starring Danica McKellar, Niall Matter, and Dolly Parton

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Yes, that’s right. Dolly Parton is in this movie! Not for very long, but that’s okay! The rest of the film showcases Rachel finalizing some details for the theme park’s 30th anniversary Christmas celebration – and, boy, is it a show.

The Christmas Train (2017)

Starring Dermot Mulroney, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Danny Glover, and Joan Cusack

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Put a journalist on a cross-country train, and what could you get? The female lead falling head-over-heels in love with a fellow passenger, of course. With a top-notch cast featuring Dermont Mulroney, Joan Cusack, and Danny Glover, how can you say no to watching this?

A Very Merry Mix-Up (2013)

Starring Alicia Witt and Mark Wiebe

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This movie stars a woman named Alice on her way to meet her future in-laws. Little does she know she has entered the wrong house! Watch as she falls for her so-called “fiance’s” brother – and a bunch of other wacky occurrences.

A Gingerbread Romance (2018)

Starring Tia Mowry-Hardrict and Duane Henry

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Tia Mowry is at it again, and her character is phenomenal in this Hallmark movie. Watch as she (an architect) works to construct a life-size gingerbread house. She teams up with a master baker, who just so happens to be a single dad, and falls for him. Did someone say a pretty sweet thing was about to happen?

Do you have a favorite Hallmark holiday movie? Share it with us in the comments below!

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