Hallmark’s known for casting soap opera alums and ‘90s TV stars in its movies, but the company also has a habit of combing through The CW’s catalog of stars to find the perfect leads. For fans of both networks, Hallmark’s slate of new 2018 Christmas movies is going to be twice as nice.

Out of the 37 new holiday movies arriving this year, on both Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries collectively, CW favorites star in at least 12 of them. In some of them, fans are event treated to current or former CW actors in both lead roles.

After watching these stars for years on teen dramas and superhero series, you’re not going to want to miss them when they pop up in Hallmark Christmas movies. To make it easy for you, here’s a list of all the new 2018 Countdown to Christmas and Miracles of Christmas movies featuring CW favorites.

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Former CW stars Jessica Lowndes and Michael Rady lead Hallmark’s “Christmas at Pemberley Manor.” Crown Media

Jessica Lowndes and Michael Rady’s “Christmas at Pemberley Manor” (Oct. 27 on Hallmark Channel at 8 p.m. EDT)

Hallmark Channel’s first 2018 Countdown to Christmas premiere stars not one but two CW favorites. Lowndes starred as Adrianna on “90210” for five seasons, while Rady played Jonah on The CW’s “Melrose Place.” He also went on to star in “Emily Owens M.D.” on the network and have a recurring role on “Jane the Virgin.”

Danielle Panabaker’s “Christmas Joy” (Nov. 3 on Hallmark Channel at 8 p.m. EDT)

Panabaker currently plays Caitlin Snow on The CW’s “The Flash” and has crossed over as the character on “Legends of Tomorrow,” “Arrow” and “Supergirl.” Once upon a time, she was also in a couple episodes of “Summerland,” which aired on the network’s previous incarnation, The WB, and starred her younger sister, Kay Panabaker.

Chad Michael Murray’s “Road to Christmas” (Nov. 4 on Hallmark Channel at 8 p.m. EDT)

The actor racked up quite a few fans for his portrayal of Lucas Scott on The WB/CW drama “One Tree Hill.” Aside from having this role for six seasons, Murray also had a few other gigs on The WB. He plays Charlie Todd in “Dawson’s Creek” and Tristan in “Gilmore Girls.”

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“One Tree Hill” alum Chad Michael Murray stars in Hallmark’s “Road to Christmas.” Crown Media / Ryan Plummer

Tori Anderson’s “Return to Christmas Creek” (Nov. 17 on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries at 9 p.m. EDT)

The 29-year-old actress’ most recent gig on The CW was the short-lived “No Tomorrow,” where she played Evie Covington from 2016 to 2017. Before that, she was in six episodes of the network’s show-business drama “The L.A. Complex.”

Justin Bruening’s “Last Vermont Christmas” (Nov. 19 on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries at 9 p.m. EDT)

Bruening played Tyler Barrett in Sarah Michelle Gellar’s crime-mystery “Ringer,” from 2011 to 2012. After that, he was in a few episodes of another one of The CW’s one-season series, “The Messengers.”

Lori Loughlin and Victor Webster’s “Homegrown Christmas” (Dec. 8 on Hallmark Channel at 8 p.m. EDT)

This one’s a twofer, with both Loughlin and Webster having acting backgrounds that include time on The CW and WB. The former starred on “90210” for most of its run on the network, and she also headed up The WB’s “Summerland.” As for Webster, he was in about half the episodes of “Melrose Place,” he popped up in “Related” and briefly appeared in the original “Charmed.”

Aimee Teegarden’s “Once Upon a Christmas Miracle” (Dec. 9 on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries at 9 p.m. EDT)

The actress headed up the cast of The CW’s 2014 sci-fi drama, “Star-Crossed,” as Emery Whitehill. She starred alongside Matt Lanter and Grey Damon in the series.

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Aimee Teegarden, who starred on The CW’s “Star-Crossed,” will be in a Hallmark Christmas movie this year. The CW

Tia Mowry-Hardrict’s “A Gingerbread Romance” (Dec. 15 on Hallmark Channel at 8 p.m. EDT)

Before moving over to BET in 2011, where it stayed until it ended in 2015, Mowry-Hardrict’s half-hour series, “The Game,” aired on The CW. Its first three seasons, out of nine, were on the network.

Ashley Newbrough and Kristoffer Polaha’s “Small Town Christmas” (Dec. 22 on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries at 9 p.m. EDT)

You’ll likely remember Polaha from a few different CW series. He worked alongside Gellar in “Ringer,” starred with Britt Robertson and Shiri Appleby in “Life Unexpected” and headed up “Valentine” with Autumn Reeser. When it comes to Newbrough, she starred as Sage Baker in The CW’s “Privileged,” an adaptation of Zoey Dean’s novel “How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls.” The show aired for one season from 2008 to 2009 and also featured Lucy Hale and JoAnna Garcia.

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Kristoffer Polaha, who’s been in a few CW shows, has a new Hallmark movie out this Christmas season. The CW

Michael Cassidy’s “Jingle Around the Clock” (Dec. 22 on Hallmark Channel at 8 p.m. EDT)

It’s a night of Hallmark Christmas movies featuring “Privileged” alums, as Cassidy was also in the CW series. He played Charlie Hogan and was in close to all of the episodes of the one-season series. He also starred in the network’s mystery-drama, “Hidden Palms,” in 2007. He was also in a few episodes of “Smallville” inbetween his time on those two shows.

Lori Loughlin’s “When Calls the Heart Christmas” (Dec. 25 on Hallmark Channel at 8 p.m. EDT)

The CW alum has a second Hallmark holiday movie airing this season, which is a two-hour Christmas special of the network’s period drama, “When Calls the Heart.” While the exact details of every cast member joining for the movie haven’t been revealed yet, if Martin Cummins’ Henry Gowen is in the special, then that’s another CW favorite right there. The actor currently portrays Tom Keller on “Riverdale.” Andrea Brooks, who plays Faith Carter on “WCTH,” is also on The CW right now as Eve Teschmacher on “Supergirl.”

Adelaide Kane and Carlos PenaVega’s “A Midnight Kiss” (Dec. 29 on Hallmark Channel at 8 p.m. EDT)

The Australian actress was the lead in The CW’s “Reign” during its four-season run. She wrapped up her role as Queen Mary Stuart last year. Meanwhile, PenaVega recently starred as Diego Rojas in 2018’s “Life Sentence,” which ended after just one season.