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Hallmark Is Now Airing Christmas Movies All Year Long

A man hands present out off the back of a red fire truck with the help of Santa Claus.
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Unfortunately, there’s still a whopping eight months until Christmas (but who’s counting). Thankfully, though, you can still get into the spirit with Hallmark Christmas movies this April—and through the rest of the year, too!

Yes, you read that correctly. Hallmark is airing Christmas movies throughout the month of April and will continue to do so throughout the year until they crank it up closer to the holiday with their traditional Countdown to Christmas. Honestly, can you ever have enough of these feel-good romantic films? The network certainly doesn’t think so.

On Thursdays and Fridays, you can catch a holiday film at 8pm ET and 9pm ET, respectively. Thursdays, you’ll need to catch your film on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries network, and on Fridays, you can catch original Hallmark movies on the Hallmark network.  Here’s the rest of this month’s schedule so you don’t miss out:

  • April 15 – Christmas at Grand Valley – 8pm – Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
  • April 16 – Holly & Ivy: Meant for Love – 9pm – Hallmark Channel
  • April 22 – Time for You to Come Home for Christmas – 8pm – Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
  • April 23 – Good Morning Christmas! – 9pm – Hallmark Channel
  • April 29 – Christmas at the Holly Lodge – 8pm – Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
  • April 30 – Christmas in Vienna – 9pm – Hallmark Channel

If you’ve been missing the holiday spirit and need a festive pick-me-up, Hallmark movies might be the way to go. No feeling Christmas? Check out these tips on finding your next movie to watch.

[Via Taste of Home]

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