Hallmark is now playing Christmas movies because many of us are stuck at home to social distance right now, and you might have already exhausted half of your self-quarantine snacks, played all the games on your phone and gotten sick of watching The Office for the 12th time. So, now what? If you’re looking for something new to watch, don’t worry Hallmark has got you covered!
This weekend, the Hallmark Channel is streaming a Christmas movie marathon to spread some holiday cheer in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. The marathon is running from Friday, March 20 to Sunday, March 22.
Want to tune in? Here’s a comprehensive list of what’s playing this weekend so you don’t miss any of your faves! The Hallmark Channel is channel 72 in Gainesville, FL with Cox Communications.
Friday, March 20
- 12 p.m. A Christmas Detour
- 2 p.m. Holiday Date
- 4 p.m. A Christmas Love Story
- 6 p.m. Mingle All the Way
- 8 p.m. Christmas Under Wraps
- 10 p.m. Crown for Christmas
Saturday, March 21
- 12 a.m. The Christmas Cottage
- 2 a.m. A Royal Christmas
- 3:30 a.m. Marry Me at Christmas
- 5 a.m. A Very Merry Mix-Up
- 7 a.m. Christmas at Graceland: Home for the Holidays
- 9 a.m. Snow Bride
- 11 a.m. Switched for Christmas
- 1 p.m. Christmas at Dollywood
- 3 p.m. The Nine Lives of Christmas
- 5 p.m. Christmas at the Plaza
- 7 p.m. Christmas Town
Sunday, March 22
- 12 a.m. Picture a Perfect Christmas
- 2 a.m. The Sweetest Christmas
- 4 a.m. Coming Home for Christmas
- 6 a.m. Christmas Wishes & Mistletoe Kisses
- 8 a.m. Pride, Prejudice & Mistletoe
- 10 a.m. Christmas in Evergreen: Tidings of Joy
- 12 p.m. A Shoe Addict’s Christmas
- 2 p.m. Christmas Under the Stars
- 4 p.m. Write Before Christmas
- 6 p.m. Christmas in Rome
Want something else to watch after the Christmas movie lineup has finished? Check out Hallmark’s website for more info on what they’re playing next!
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