My Favourite Hallmark Channel Christmas Movies

Hallmark Channel Christmas movies are my weakness. I think I have seen almost every single one that has been out over the past couple of years and I still can't get enough. Hallmark Channel movies that one thing that makes me happy no matter what, I don't think it's actually possible to feel sad watching one! I have tried to pick my absolute favourite festive films but honestly...I could talk about every single one, I am obsessed.
My Favourite Hallmark Channel Christmas Movies
I am a huge Chesapeake Shores fan (again from the Hallmark Channel) and I have fallen in love with Emilie Ullerup who plays Brie so when I saw With Love, Christmas was premiering a little over a week ago I was so excited to watch it and I wasn't disappointed! Emilie can honestly do no wrong and she has quickly become one of my favourite actresses. Emilie plays Melanie who has been teamed up with Donovan to come up with the ultimate Christmas commercial for a new phone and to make things a little more complicated, Melanie ends up being Donovan secret Santa. To keep her identity a secret, she makes an anonymous email account to find out Donavon's perfect gift and things come to a halt when he assumes his Secret Santa is another co-worker and I will let you watch and find out the rest! 

Another movie that Emilie Ullerup stars in that is one of my favourites is Hearts of Christmas. As much as I love Hallmark Channel movies, they don't often make me cry but this one did and it takes a lot to make me cry. When Jenny (Ullerup) plans a Christmas retirement party for her beloved hospital supervisor, she butts heads with the new manager Matt who is determined to cut costs. This one is a little more dramatic than any of the others but like with all Hallmark movies, it's got a whole lot of love throughout it! 

If you want a Hallmark Channel movie to watch with the family then you need to watch Northpole (there is also a second movie in this series too).  Northpole is the magical home to Santa & Mrs Claus and it has grown into a huge city powered by holiday happiness from around the world. As people start to get too busy to enjoy the festive time together, the city gets into trouble. But who can save Christmas? Kevin might have the chance if he can convince his mum to rediscover the magic of the season - with the help of Clementine! Will Christmas be saved? Watch and find out! Bailee Madison plays Clementine in this film and she is fabulous in this movie! 

Christmas in Homestead is one of the few Christmas movies I would watch over and over again! One of the most famous actresses heads to the Christmas obsessed town of Homestead to shot a holiday-themed movie. She is thrown for a loop when a romance brews between her and a local innkeeper/single Dad. She gets a taste of small-town life and discovers the true meaning of Christmas. This is such a cute festive film and it's so cosy to watch. I love how Matt has no idea who the actress is but that is daughter is obsessed with her. 

And my final favourite is The Mistletoe Promise starring Jaime King.  When two people meet by chance and share a disdain for Christmas, they make a pact to help each other navigate through their Christmas complications - together. But as they spend more and more time with each other and experience the magic of Christmas, the fake couple discover that there may be more to their contract than just business. This came out a few years now and I watch it every year, this is one of my all-time favourite Hallmark Movies ever and it's based on a bestselling book which I need to hurry up and read!

These are just the movies that stand out to me and that I will watch over and over but anything with Candace Cameron Bure, Lacey Chabert or Danica McKellar I know I will love. These three women are three of my favourite actresses on the Hallmark Channel and if they are in a movie, I always have to watch it! There are quite a few Hallmark Channel movies on Netflix but the Christmas 24 TV channel is the best, you can watch Christmas movies all day every day! 

What are your favourite Christmas movies?



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