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Hallmark Announces 40 New Movies For Christmas 2022: See Schedule

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Hallmark has announced its full lineup of new films for the 2022 season. Once again, Hallmark will air a new film each week on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, along with three new films each weekend on the Hallmark Channel. The program includes many fan favorites including two new films starring Tyler Hynes, two films starring Andrew Walker, a sequel to Five More Minutes and Hallmark’s first Kwanzaa film.

There will be 40 new films in total, Variety reported. The celebrations begin on October 21st.

Here’s everything you need to know about the new Christmas movies.

Tyler Hynes is starring in two new Christmas movies this year, including one starring Paul Campbell and Andrew Walker, Variety reported.

The first is “Three Wise Men and a Baby,” which premieres November 19 on Hallmark. This film stars Hynes, Walker, Campbell and Margaret Colin.

The synopsis reads: “Three brothers get the surprise of their lives when they are forced to work together to care for a baby over the holiday season. As they slowly get the hang of it, they find themselves on unexpected journeys of self-discovery and begin to rebuild their relationships as brothers, as well as the damaged romantic and professional relationships in their respective lives… while rediscovering their love for Christmas. ”

He also stars in “Time for Him to Come Home for Christmas” on Hallmark Mysteries, which premieres November 26. Holly Roden and Tenille Townes also star in the Blake Shelton-produced film Executive. This is the fifth film in the franchise.

The first film in the series is Noel Next Door, starring Natalie Hall and Corey Sevier. It’s about a single mother in a war of words with a neighbor, Variety reported.

Holly Robinson Peete is part of the new film series. She will star in a film with Lyndie Greenwood and Brooks Darnell on December 16th. It’s called Holiday Heritage.

Entertainment Weekly reported that this will be Hallmark’s first Kwanzaa-themed film.

Andrew Walker is also starring in two Christmas movies this year, Variety reported. In addition to the film with Hynes, he will star in A Maple Valley Christmas alongside Peyton List. This premieres on November 5th at Hallmark Mysteries. It’s about a man who thwarts the plans of a rancher who has always worked on her family’s farm.

Victor Webster and Rachel Boston star in “A Christmas Cookie Catastrophe,” which premieres Nov. 27 on Hallmark, Variety reported.

The synopsis reads: “Annie Cooper has big shoes to fill as she takes over the helm of her late grandmother’s small-town cookie company and does her best to help her ailing business get back on track. This task becomes even more daunting when her grandmother’s secret recipe is stolen during the Christmas party. As Annie tries to solve the case and uncover the culprit, she works with Sam, the owner of a local bakery, to recreate the recipe in hopes of saving the company and her job. As Annie and Sam bake batch after batch to find the perfect one, they begin to learn that their lives belong together like milk and cookies.”

Lacey Chabert’s co-star this year is Wes Brown, Variety reported. The film is called “Haul Out the Holly” and will premiere on Hallmark on November 26th.

Other roles are played by Ellen Travolta, Peter Jacobson, Melissa Peterman and Stephen Tobolowsky.

The synopsis reads, “Emily comes home hoping to visit her parents, only to find that they are leaving on their own. As she stays at her house over the holidays, her HOA is determined to get Emily to attend the many Christmas celebrations in the neighborhood.”

We’re also getting a new Christmas movie from Mahogany Label. The films of this label have been a big hit among fans so far. The new movie, The Holiday Stocking, will air Dec. 3 on Hallmark Mysteries and stars Nadine Ellis, BJ Britt, Karon Riley, Tamala Jones and Mykelti Williamson, Variety reported.

The synopsis reads: “In this presentation from Hallmark Mahogany, RJ is a new angel who is given the opportunity to address his one regret, that of not helping his sisters reconcile while he was still alive.” He returns to Earth as a stranger and gets each of them to revive the Christmas stocking, their parents’ ancient tradition to promote charity at Christmas.”

We previously shared that Kristoffer Polaha and Marisol Nichols are working on a new movie. It’s called “We Wish You a Married Christmas” and will premiere on Hallmark on Oct. 22, Variety reported.

Polaha told fans this movie would blow their minds and that it was basically Hallmark 2.0.

As we previously reported, Jodie Sweetin is directing a sequel to a Candace Cameron Bure film. But it seems, at least according to the latest updates, that this is more of an unofficial sequel as Bure’s film hasn’t been screened.

The film “A Cozy Christmas Inn,” starring Sweetin and David O’Donnel, premieres October 28 at Hallmark.

Jack Wagner is currently filming for When Calls the Heart, but it looks like he’s also starring in a Christmas movie called A Big Fat Family Christmas. Shannon Chan-Kent, Shannon Kook and Tia Carrere also star. The film will air Dec. 2 on Hallmark, Entertainment Weekly reported.

The synopsis reads, “Liv is a photojournalist bent on making it on her own. To land a dream job — filming the Chang family’s annual Christmas party for a cover story — she doesn’t reveal that it’s actually her family. When she finds herself growing closer to Henry, the colleague who is covering the story with her, she wants to confide in him, but doesn’t want to jeopardize her big break.”

Fans will be thrilled to learn that Ryan Paevey will star alongside Brooke D’Orsay in this year’s “A Fabled Holiday,” which premieres December 3 on Hallmark, Entertainment Weekly reported.

The synopsis reads, “Talia and her childhood best friend, Anderson, meet unexpectedly in an oddly familiar-looking town filled with Christmas cheer that restores its visitors when they need it most.”

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