The holiday season is drawing to a close but there are still have a few wonderful holiday movies to enjoy before we finish our celebrations.
If you’d like the whole holiday movie schedule, check out the FREE printable Hallmark Christmas movie schedule I put together for everyone who loves these movies! It includes the movies on both Hallmark Movies & Mysteries and Hallmark Channel.
Then read on to learn more about “Christmas for Keeps,” premiering this Saturday (December 18th)!
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HALLMARK MOVIES & MYSTERIES “CHRISTMAS FOR KEEPS”
If you’ve been enjoying the Countdown to Christmas movies on Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries this year, there’s one more weekend left of movies to enjoy. You can continue enjoying movies on HMNow (Hallmark Movies Now) for even more festive entertainment.
This week we spent some time together exploring some of the fun things to do in our city. I always say I want to get out and experience some of the local holiday festivities, but usually, life catches up with us and we don’t get many done.
So this year I made sure we would explore a few things and make some new holiday memories. This weekend we have theater tickets but I’m looking forward to cozying up on Saturday night and relaxing after our busy day.
This weekend you can enjoy the premiere of “Christmas for Keeps” on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.
The movie stars Christa B. Allen, Ryan Rottman, Ashley Newbrough, and Marielle Scott.
In “Christmas for Keeps,” a close-knit group of childhood friends returns home at Christmastime after 10 years to take part in the celebration of the life of their beloved high school teacher. Written by Nikki DeLoach and Megan McNulty.
The movie premieres on Saturday, December 18th at 10:00pm ET/9:00pm CT on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.
To learn more about all of the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries #MiraclesofChristmas original holiday movies, visit hallmarkmoviesandmysteries.com/miracles-of-christmas
If you love all things Hallmark during the holidays, be sure to check out everything: