Hallmark Channel isn’t just giving fans the gift of airing holiday movies during Christmas in July, but also the announcement of new Christmas movies arriving later in 2018.

The network has slowly been unveiling its roster of fresh holiday movies, and another one has just been added. Chad Michael Murray and Jessy Schram are set to star in “The Wise Men” for Hallmark Channel’s Countdown to Christmas event, Entertainment Weekly reports.

This holiday movie will follow as “Maggie (Schram) must ensure that three adult sons of her boss arrive home for Christmas,” according to the outlet. “But when a blizzard hits, Maggie persuades the eldest son and her co-worker, Danny (Murray), to assist her in navigating this cross-country journey while trying to shut down the blossoming romance that is coming with this snowstorm.”

This will be the “One Tree Hill” star’s second Hallmark movie, after making his debut in the Hallmark Hall of Fame flick “The Beach House” earlier this year. This will be his first non-Fall of Fame movie and first Christmas movie for the network.

As for Schram, she’s a Hallmark veteran. She first joined the family in 2005’s “Jane Doe: Vanishing Act,” the first film in a mystery franchise for the network. She ended up starring in nine movies in the series, before eventually moving over to her first Hallmark standalone, “A Smile as Big as the Moon,” in 2012. A few years later, Schram started filming more of the rom-coms for Hallmark, with “Harvest Moon” in 2015 and then “The Birthday Wish” and “Royal New Year’s Eve” in 2017.

Not all of Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ 2018 Christmas movies have been announced yet. The sister networks will premiere a combined 36 new movies during the holiday season, up from the 34 they were originally set to have this year.  While not all have been revealed, “The Wise Men” joins the list of previously-announced upcoming Hallmark holiday movies, including Danielle Panabaker’s “Christmas Joy” and an all-new Danica McKellar movie.

We still have a few months to go until Hallmark’s true Christmas season, but the network’s at least keeping fans occupied until then with its July Christmas Keepsake Week event and its new movies every month.