You don't have to wait until Christmas to see new Hallmark movies this year. The station is premiering five brand new movies as part of their Fall Harvest program.

By Emily VanSchmus
Updated August 27, 2020
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It's been a long summer, so the coming fall season will be a welcome change. There’s nothing better than curling up with a steaming mug of apple cider and settling in for a fall Hallmark love story. Last year, Hallmark premiered six new fall-theme films, so we've been looking forward to the 2020 releases for several months. But of course, film studios and movie sets have been shut down due to the pandemic, and the longer it went on, we began to wonder whether Hallmark would be able to release any new movies at all this year. Luckily, the channel just announced the details of their annual Fall Harvest program, and there are five brand new movie premieres on the list.

Starting in mid-September, Hallmark Channel will air five new fall-themed movies featuring cozy sweaters, festive pumpkins, and of course, tales of true love. Immediately following the Fall Harvest program, the long-anticipated Countdown to Christmas event will begin. Starting Friday, October 23, you can catch all 40 brand-new Hallmark Christmas movies on both Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.

While you wait for snowy log cabin romances and tales of hometown Christmases, whip up your favorite pumpkin treats and set the DVR to record these new fall flicks. Here's everything we know about this year's new movies.

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Love at Daisy Hills

Starring: Cindy Busby and Marshall Williams

Premieres: September 19th, 9 p.m. EST

When Jo finds out that her family’s small business is struggling, she comes home to help—not realizing her dad has also enlisted the help of her ex-boyfriend who is now a business consultant. Tune in to the premiere to find out if they can save the store and their relationship. 

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Love at Look Lodge 

Starring: Clark Backo and Jonathan Keltz

Premieres: September 26, 9 p.m. EST

When Lily, the activities director at a mountain hotel, is asked to help a handsome guest plan his sister’s wedding, the two find themselves spending a lot of time together. But her new love interest is a self-proclaimed workaholic, and Lily must help him realize what is actually important in life.

Country at Heart

Starring:  Jessy Schram, Niall Matter, and Lucas Bryant

Premieres: October 3, 9 p.m. EST

When a struggling country singer meets an attractive Nashville songwriter, the two decide to collaborate on a new song. When they make a great on-stage duo, the two realize they'd make a great romantic duo as well.

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My Best Friend’s Bouquet 

Starring: Chaley Rose, Nathan Witte, Rebecca Olson, and Luisa d’Oliveira

Premieres: October 10, 9 p.m. EST

When Josie catches the bouquet at her best friend’s wedding, everyone jokes that she’ll be the next one to get married. The only problem is, she’s single. Will the bouquet help her realize that true love has been in front of her all along?

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Sweet Autumn 

Starring: October 17, 9 p.m. EST

Premieres: Nikki DeLoach, Andrew Walker, and Henriette Ivanans 

When Maggie’s aunt passes away, she finds out her aunt has left her half of the family’s famous maple candy business—and the other half goes to the handsome maple supplier. Tune in to this premiere to find out if her aunt’s last act was a clever matchmaking scheme.

Comments (4)

Anonymous
September 30, 2018
Looking forward to seeing them! Yes, I would like to see some older people falling in love! After being widowed for several years, my high school sweetheart and I are back together, after not seeing each other for 43 yrs! It is heaven! AND at age 65, we both feel like we are 17, 18 yrs. old again!
Anonymous
September 11, 2018
Do only young people fall in love? I love Hallmark movies, but I would love to see a story about someone my age (69) whose been divorced or widowed and meets old love/new love, and falls. It’s a story line that you could play out thru all four seasons as grow their relationship. Just thinking . . .
Anonymous
September 11, 2018
I like the small towns as for me it is easy to relate to...simpler life...more real people!
Anonymous
September 1, 2018
Sure would be nice if you occasionally set some of these stories in a big city. Small towns have their charms but not many of us can relate to them.