Hallmark Channel’s 2018 Countdown to Christmas and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ Miracles of Christmas are coming together for the Nine Night Thanksgiving Movie Event.

Starting Saturday, there will be at least one new Hallmark Christmas movie premiere every night through Nov. 25. If you’re the only one in your family and friend group that can keep up with all of those, don’t worry. You can always hear plenty of recaps and commentary of every new Hallmark Christmas movie with The Bubbly Sesh podcast, which puts out a new episode for each premiere.

In total, there will be 12 new films airing between both networks. With so many being released in such a short period of time, keep this schedule of all them handy to ensure you don’t miss a single one.

Nov. 17: “Christmas at Graceland” (Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. EST)

The Thanksgiving movie event kicks off with this flick starring Kellie Pickler and Wes Brown, which was filmed on location at Elvis Presley’s Memphis estate.

Nov. 17: “Return to Christmas Creek” (HMM, 9 p.m. EST)

Tori Anderson and Stephen Huszar star in this movie about an app developer who heads back to her small hometown to remind herself of the meaning of Christmas.

Nov. 18: “Christmas in Evergreen: Letters to Santa” (Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. EST)

The sequel to Hallmark’s 2017 flick, “Christmas in Evergreen,” is almost here. In it, Lisa (Jill Wagner) works to revive the historic general store with the help of a local contractor named Kevin (Mark Deklin).

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Jill Wagner and Mark Deklin’s “Christmas in Evergreen: Letters to Santa” airs on Hallmark Channel on Sunday. Crown Media / David Owen Strongman

Nov. 18: “A Godwink Christmas” (HMM, 9 p.m. EST)

After Paula (Kimberley Sustad) accepts a marriage proposal from her boyfriend, she goes alone to visit her aunt in Nantucket, while also visiting nearby Martha’s Vineyard, too. It’s there that she meets and begins to fall for inn owner Gery (Paul Campbell).

Nov. 19: “Last Vermont Christmas” (HMM, 9 p.m. EST)

Starring Erin Cahill and Justin Bruening, this new premiere follows a widowed mom who learns her childhood home is being sold to her high school sweetheart.

Nov. 20: “Hope at Christmas” (HMM, 9 p.m. EST)

Divorced mom Sydney (Scottie Thompson) is looking for a change of pace for the holidays for her and her daughter, so they head to a small town where Sydney used to spend her childhood holidays. While there, she meets schoolteacher Mac (Ryan Paevey), who helps her see that this might be where she and her daughter belong.

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Scottie Thompson and Ryan Paevey spend the holidays together in “Hope at Christmas.” Crown Media / Ryan Plummer

Nov. 21: “Reunited at Christmas” (Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. EST)

“Awkward” alums Nikki DeLoach and Mike Faiola reunite in this new Hallmark Christmas movie. “Everyone is reminded of the importance of family, love and second chances,” in the film, according to the synopsis.

Nov. 22: “Christmas at the Palace” (Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. EST)

A former professional ice skater finds herself falling for a king when she’s hired to help his daughter with a Christmas ice skating performance. Merritt Patterson and Andrew Cooper play the leads.

Nov. 23: “Pride, Prejudice, and Mistletoe” (Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. EST)

What’s Hallmark’s Countdown to Christmas without a Lacey Chabert movie? Luckily, we don’t have to find out this year. She stars with Brendan Penny in this adaptation of Melissa de la Cruz’s novel of the same name.

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Catch Brendan Penny and Lacey Chabert’s latest Hallmark movie, “Pride, Prejudice, and Mistletoe,” on Nov. 23. Crown Media / Shane Mahood

Nov. 24: “Christmas Everlasting” (Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. EST)

Get ready for an all-new Hallmark Hall of Fame movie, this time starring Tatyana Ali, Dondré T. Whitfield, Dennis Haysbert and Patti LaBelle.

Nov. 24: “Christmas on Honeysuckle Lane” (HMM, 9 p.m. EST)

Alicia Witt and Colin Ferguson team up for this movie, which follows Witt’s character as she works to sell her family home after her parents’ passing.

Nov. 25: “A Shoe Addict’s Christmas” (Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. EST)

Hallmark fan-favorite Candace Cameron Bure wraps up the Thanksgiving event with her latest flick, which also stars Luke Macfarlane and Jean Smart.