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Now that summer is winding down, we're closer than ever to Christmas cookies, gingerbread houses, and tree decorating—even if the holidays are still a few months away. Luckily, Hallmark has a solution that will hold us over until the Christmas season arrives: Hallmark Channel is now airing Christmas movies year-round, so you can catch one every Thursday and Friday of the year. Hallmark Channel will air a movie every Friday, and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries will air one each Thursday.

Here are all the Christmas movies you can watch on Hallmark Channel in September. Right now, Hallmark has only released their schedule through the 27th, so check back for the movies airing in the last week of the month. All times are listed in Central Standard Time (CST).

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Hallmark Channel Christmas Movies Airing in September

Thursday, September 2

Christmas in Rome, 6:00 p.m. on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

Friday, September 3

Crashing Through the Snow, 7:00 p.m. on Hallmark Channel

Thursday, September 9

The Christmas Doctor, 6:00 p.m. Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

Friday, September 10

The Mistletoe Promise, 7:00 p.m. on Hallmark Channel

Thursday, September 16

Deliver by Christmas, 6:00 p.m. Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

Friday, September 17

One Royal Holiday, 7:00 p.m. on Hallmark Channel

Thursday, September 23

To Be Announced, 6:00 p.m. Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

Friday, September 24

To Be Announced, 7:00 p.m. on Hallmark Channel

Thursday, September 30

To Be Announced, 6:00 p.m. Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

Comments (3)

Anonymous
February 8, 2019
Yes!! I could watch them every day. Please bring back some of the older Christmas movies like The Christmas List with Mimi Rogers and 3 Days with Kristin Davis!! Pull out some of the archived flicks!
Anonymous
February 8, 2019
This is wonderful news!!! Looking forward to Friday’s
Anonymous
February 8, 2019
I love the Hallmark Channel "but" I don't want Christmas movies year round. Just filler space instead of new movies or shows.