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Hallmark Christmas in July returns for 2024

by Sean P. Aune | June 18, 2024June 18, 2024 10:30 am EDT

The weather outside may not be frightful, but it’s going to get chilly inside with Hallmark’s Christmas in July movie schedule.


Hallmark is going to be celebrating the Christmas season a bit early with nearly a month of its holiday movies running again. The lineup will include new films – including one exclusively debuting on the Hallmark Movies Now app – and will see something new premiering each week.

Filling out the rest of the schedule will be chosen by votes placed on the Hallmark Movie Checklist App through June 23.

  • Saturday, June 29: “Falling Like Snowflakes”
    • Stars: Rebecca Dalton, Marcus Rosner
    • A photographer (Dalton), determined to complete her exhibit by capturing a rare photo of a 12-sided snowflake, enlists the help of a childhood friend (Rosner) and they go on a mission they’ll never forget.
  • Saturday, July 6: “Three Wise Men and a Baby: Extended Cut” – television premiere
    • Stars: Paul Campbell, Tyler Hynes, Andrew Walker, Margaret Colin
    • Three brothers (Campbell, Hynes, Walker) get the surprise of their lives when they are forced to work together to care for a baby over the holidays.
  • Saturday, July 13: “Rescuing Christmas” – television premiere
    • Stars: Rachael Leigh Cook, Sam Page
    • Erin (Cook) is granted three Christmas wishes – with her final wish being that Christmas would just disappear. And to her bewilderment, it does! Can potential suitor Sam (Page) help her bring back Christmas?
  • Saturday, July 20: “A Very Vermont Christmas”
    • Stars: Katie Leclerc, Ryan McPartlin
    • A local champion skier (Leclerc) and Vermont brew master (McPartlin) teams up with an unlikely match to create a seasonal microbrew, in order to save her family’s business by Christmas.
  • Saturday, July 27: “An Ice Palace Romance” – television premiere
    • Stars: Celeste Desjardins, Marcus Rosner
    • A journalist (Desjardins) faces old fears when she returns to her hometown ice rink to cover a story. With the help of the owner (Rosner) and his young daughter, she begins to reevaluate her life’s purpose.


  • Monday, July 1: “Operation Nutcracker”
    • Stars: Ashley Newbrough, Christopher Russell
    • When an antique nutcracker set to be auctioned at the Warby family Christmas charity goes missing, a demanding event planner (Newbrough) and the heir to the Warby dynasty (Russell) try to track it down.


Sean P. Aune

Sean Aune has been a pop culture aficionado since before there was even a term for pop culture. From the time his father brought home Amazing