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Cameron Mathison and Catherine Bell’s “A Summer to Remember” aired in August. Crown Media / Masada Vuikadavu

Hallmark Channel premiered its final new Summer Nights 2018 movie, “Season for Love,” last weekend, but the fun surrounding this programming event isn’t over just yet. The network’s airing a Labor Day Weekend marathon of its “15 Best Summer Nights movies,” according to its website.

The marathon begins on Sunday at 3 p.m. EDT, but the exact schedule has not yet been released. There’s no word yet on whether or not Hallmark will release the full line-up beforehand, or if fans will have to simply tune in to find out which Summer Nights flicks made the cut.

There will be a short break in the countdown on Sunday at 9 p.m. EDT when Hallmark Channel will air a new episode of its drama series “Chesapeake Shores.” The marathon will resume immediately afterward, with a movie beginning at 10 p.m. EDT. From there, it will continue until all of the 15 movies have been played, with the last one airing at 8 p.m. EDT on Monday.

Though the marathon movies have not been revealed, the promo video for the event features clips from Summer Nights flicks like Alexa and Carlos PenaVega’s “Love at Sea,” Amanda Righetti and Peter Porte’s “Love at the Shore,” Catherine Bell and Cameron Mathison’s “A Summer to Remember,” Taylor Cole and Jack Turner’s “My Summer Prince” and more.

This will act as a good warm-up to hold fans over until Hallmark Channel’s newest movie, “Wedding of Dreams,” arrives on Saturday. The sequel to “Summer of Dreams” reunites original stars Debbie Gibson (Debbie) and Robert Gant (Noah), and will feature “When Calls the Heart” actress Pascale Hutton, as well. The flick will find Debbie trying to balance her music career and her relationship with Noah, leaving her unsure if she’s truly able to have both. It premieres at 9 p.m. EDT on Saturday.

Better clear your schedule for Hallmark’s Summer Nights marathon this Labor Day Weekend, and for the “Summer of Dreams” premiere, because after those events, the network’s moving on to its Fall Harvest festivities, beginning with its preview special on Sept. 15 at 11 p.m. EDT.