Naughty Or Nice There’s Something For Everyone In Hallmark’s 2022 Holiday Movie Lineup

If you don’t watch at least one Hallmark movie during the holiday season then is it even really the holidays?

Naughty Or Nice There's Something For Everyone In Hallmark's 2022 Holiday Movie Lineup

If you don’t watch at least one Hallmark movie during the holiday season then is it even really the holidays?

The iconic holiday movie network has released its schedule, one being its first LGBTQ+ film, The Holiday Sitter. So, get your popcorn, cookies, blankets, and hot coco because it’s time to get comfortable on the couch all the way through December.

Beginning October 21, 40 new as well as original Hallmark holiday films will debut on the network every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

#CountdowntoChristmas 2022

 

 
 
 
 
 
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October 21

  • Noel Next Door

October 22

  • We Wish You a Married Christmas
  • We Need a Little Christmas (Movies & Mysteries)

October 23

  • A Kismet Christmas

 

October 28

  • A Cozy Christmas Inn

October 29

  • Jolly Good Christmas
  • Christmas Bedtime Stories (Movies & Mysteries)

 

October 30

  • Ghosts of Christmas Always

November 4

  • A Magical Christmas Village

November 5

  • Lights, Camera, Christmas!
  • A Maple Valley Christmas (Movies & Mysteries)

 

November 6

  • All Saints Christmas

November 11

  • In Merry Measure

 

November 12

  • The Royal Nanny
  • Our Italian Christmas Memories (Movies & Mysteries)

 

November 13

  • Christmas at the Golden Dragon

 

 
 
 
 
 
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November 18

  • Inventing the Christmas Prince

 

November 19

  • Three Wise Men and a Baby
  • Long Lost Christmas (Movies & Mysteries)

 

November 20

  • When I Think of Christmas

November 24

  • My Southern Family Christmas

 

November 25

  • #Xmas
  • A Royal Corgi Christmas

 

November 26

  • A Tale of Two Christmases
  • Haul Out the Holly
  • Time for Him to Come Home for Christmas (Movies & Mysteries)

 

November 27

  • A Christmas Cookie Catastrophe
  • A Holiday Spectacular

December 2

  • A Big Fat Family Christmas

 

December 3

  • A Fabled Holiday
  • The Holiday Stocking (Movies & Mysteries)

December 4

  • Undercover Holiday

 

December 9

  • The Most Colorful Time of the Year

 

December 10

  • Christmas Class Reunion
  • The Gift of Peace (Movies & Mysteries)

December 11

  • The Holiday Sitter

 

December 16

  • Holiday Heritage

 

December 17

  • ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas
  • Five More Minutes (Movies & Mysteries)

December 18

  • Hanukkah on Rye

‘The Holiday Sitter’

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Hallmark has previously been criticized for their lack of inclusiveness, having on white leads with heterosexual romances. However, this season they are taking steps toward change, featuring more actors from different backgrounds as well as plots based around Hanukkah and Kwanza. Along with that, they are debuting their first LBGTQ+ film, The Holiday Sitter.

Jonathan Bennett, an actor in the movie says, “Words can’t describe what it feels like to have executive produced and starred in such an incredible story that will mean so much to so many.”

He continued, “A huge applause to @hallmarkchannel and all the leadership and executives, they not only believed in this story but took such good care of it, championed it wholeheartedly the entire process. December 11 will be a very special day.”

The films synopsis reads, “Sam is a workaholic bachelor who babysits his niece and nephew before the holidays when his sister and her husband have to go out of town. Completely out of his element, he recruits help from their handsome neighbor Jason and finds himself in an unexpected romance.”

Tyler and I are looking forward to the holiday season for movie nights with our kiddos! Which one will you watch first?