You don't have to wait until Christmas to see new Hallmark movies this year. The station is premiering six new movies as part of their Fall Harvest program, and we can't wait to watch them all.

By Samantha Jones
Updated September 11, 2019

There’s nothing better than curling up with a warm fall drink and watching a Hallmark classic, and this year’s movies look better than ever. Starting September 21, the channel will be airing their annual harvest programming featuring your favorite stars.

This year’s lineup includes five new original movies, two live events for Hallmark’s Adoption Ever After campaign, and you can catch the Countdown to Christmas Preview Special on October 19 and the 40 new holiday movies coming out this season.

Let’s face it, there’s no better way to celebrate the start of Hallmark movie season than with cozy sweaters, festive pumpkins, and of course, a tale of true love.

Image courtesy of Hallmark Channel.

Over the Moon in Love

Starring: Jessica Lowndes and Wes Brown

Premieres: September 21 at 8 p.m. CST

Brooklyn is the owner of a matchmaking service on the verge of closing. To save her business, she has the chance to appear on the cover of a popular magazine—but to do so, she must match the magazine’s writer with her high school crush, Devin. While Brooklyn and Devin have instant chemistry, she must decide whether to save her business and pair him up with someone who is wrong for him, or risk it all for the sake of true love. Tune in to Over the Moon in Love on September 21 to find out what decision she makes.

Love Under the Olive Tree

Starring: Tori Anderson and Benjamin Hollingsworth

Premieres: September 28 at 8 p.m. CST

Nicole’s plans to expand her family’s olive oil business are upended when a handsome neighbor claims to own the land around her family’s ranch. To settle the dispute—and decades of animosity between families—the two must face off in an olive oil competition. But as tensions rise and the competition looms, Nicole and Jake realize they may have feelings for one another. Watch Love Under the Olive Tree on September 28 to see how the competition plays out.

Country At Heart

Starring: Jessy Schram and Niall Matter

Premieres: October 5 at 8 p.m. CST

Sparks fly as Shayna, a struggling musician, and Grady, a songwriter needing inspiration, team up to write music. But when Shayna is offered the chance of a lifetime, it undermines everything she and Grady have worked for together. Forced to choose between love and stardom, Shayna must decide whether to follow her dreams or follow her heart.

Love, Fall, and Order

Starring: Erin Cahill, Trevor Donovan, and Gregory Harrison

Premieres: October 12 at 8 p.m. CST

When Claire finds out that the annual fall festival at her family’s pumpkin farm has been canceled, she rushes home to save the day. Love, Fall, and Order follows the rescue efforts that take her to the courtroom—where she must face a handsome old rival.

Good Witch: Curse From a Rose

Starring: Catherine Bell and James Denton

Premieres: October 19 at 8 p.m. CST

In this two-hour Halloween special event, Cassie’s college roommate visits unexpectedly and plots to sabotage the town’s Halloween celebrations. In Good Witch: Curse From a Rose, it’s up to Cassie to use her magical instincts and make things right before the holiday is ruined.

We can't wait to watch the newest fall movies, and we're even more excited because it means holiday movie season is right around the corner! Countdown to Christmas begins October 25—but Hallmark is airing holiday movies year-round, so you can binge-watch reruns until the new flicks hit the airwaves.

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Comments (9)

klein315
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!
lady_chris1826045
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 . . .
ujack38
September 30, 2018
Loved your reply and I agree. Have you seen the Netflix move with Jane Fonda and Robert Redford "Our Souls At Night"? It was so good... I highly recommend it!
RUYBEMARLO
September 12, 2018
I AM 70 YEARS OLD AND LOVE ALL THESE ROMANTIC MOVIES! YES, I AM MARRIED (TO A CRITICALLY WOUNDED HUSBAND IN 2008) I STILL LOVE TO REMEMBER AND LOVE WITH ALL THESE MOVIES! MAYBE IT WOULD BE NICE FOR THIS WOMAN AND OTHER WOMAN (OR MEN) TO SEE SOMETHING MORE IN THIS AGE GROUP!!! FOR ME, I AM FINE FOR HOW THINGS ARE!!!
lmuehlenbe9471034
September 11, 2018
I agree. Love can be at any age. People are living longer and are looking for relationships.
susieqpot
September 11, 2018
Love that idea! From a 67 year old romantic.
yvonnehall1
September 11, 2018
I like the small towns as for me it is easy to relate to...simpler life...more real people!
eileenlich
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.
scauline
September 11, 2018
A whole bunch of middle America can relate to them. Most other movies are in the big cities. You go Hallmark!