The season Hallmark lovers wait all year for is finally here: Christmas movie season!

Hallmark Channel’s Countdown to Christmas begins on Saturday, and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ Miracles of Christmas event kicks off a week later, on Nov. 4. Combined, the two networks are debuting 37 new Christmas movies in 2018. To make sure you don’t miss a single one, we’ve got the full schedules right here.

Here’s a list of when all of Hallmark Channel’s Countdown to Christmas 2018 movies will air (all premieres begin at 8 p.m. EDT):

  • Oct. 27: “Christmas at Pemberley Manor”
    • The flick stars Jessica Lowndes and Michael Rady as an event planner and a billionaire, respectively, working together on a holiday festival.
  • Nov. 3: “Christmas Joy”
    • Danielle Panabaker’s Joy reunites with her old crush, Matt Long’s Ben, when she goes back home to help out her injured aunt.
  • Nov. 4: “Road to Christmas”
    • TV producer Maggie (Jessy Schram) falls in love while trying to make Danny (Chad Michael Murray) the subject one of her television broadcasts.
  • Nov. 10: “It’s Christmas Eve”
    • Sparks fly between an interim school superintendent (LeAnn Rimes) and her neighbor/school music teacher (Tyler Hines) in this new holiday movie.
  • Nov. 11: “Christmas in Love”
    • It’s a classic tale of a small-town employee (Brooke D’Orsay) fighting against the changes a big-city CEO (Daniel Lissing) is making, all while they fight their growing chemistry, too.

hallmark christmas schedule 2018 Daniel Lissing and Brooke D'Orsay star in Hallmark Channel’s Countdown to Christmas premiere of “Christmas in Love.” Photo: Crown Media/Shane Mahood

  • Nov. 17:  “Christmas at Graceland”
    • Kellie Pickler and Wes Brown make some music in this Memphis-set film.
  • Nov. 18: “Christmas in Evergreen: Letters to Santa”
    • Jill Wagner and Mark Deklin star in this “Christmas in Evergreen” sequel.
  • Nov. 21: “Reunited at Christmas”
    • “Awkward” alums Nikki DeLoach and Mike Faiola reunite for this Hallmark Christmas movie.
  • Nov. 22: “Christmas at the Palace”
    • When a former ice skater (Merritt Patterson) is hired by a king (Andrew Cooper) to help his daughter learn to skate, the two of them spend time together, as well, and start to fall in love.
  • Nov. 23: “Pride, Prejudice, and Mistletoe”
    • Based on the book by Melissa de la Cruz, old rivals Darcy (Lacey Chabert) and Luke (Brendan Penny) must work together to organize an event, learning more about each other along the way.
  • Nov. 24: “Christmas Everlasting”
    • The Hallmark Hall of Fame flick stars Tatyana Ali, Dondre T. Whitfield, and Patti LaBelle.
  • Nov. 25: “A Shoe Addict’s Christmas”
    • Hallmark Christmas Queen Candace Cameron Bure stars alongside Luke Macfarlane in this fresh holiday movie.
  • Dec. 1: “Mingle All the Way”
    • Molly (Jen Lilley) uses her own networking app, that pairs professionals for events without long-term romance, and finds Jeff (Brant Daugherty).
  • Dec. 2: “A Majestic Christmas”
    • Architect Nell (Jerrika Hinton) is tasked with turning an iconic playhouse into a multiplex and clashes with the new owner, Connor (Christian Vincent), over their ideas.
  • Dec. 8: “Homegrown Christmas”
    • Lori Loughlin’s Maddie reunites with her old high school flame, Victor Webster’s Carter, after stepping down from her CEO position.
  • Dec. 9: “Welcome to Christmas”
    • Madison (Jennifer Finnigan) falls in love with a sheriff, Gage (Eric Mabius), while on a work trip.
  • Dec. 15: “Entertaining Christmas”
    • Kara (Jodie Sweetin) sets out to prove that she’s able to take over her mom’s lifestyle brand.
  • Dec. 16: “A Gingerbread Romance”
    • Taylor (Tia Mowry-Hardrict) and Adam (Duane Henry) partner up for a gingerbread house contest.
  • Dec. 22: “Jingle Around the Clock”
    • Brooke Nevin and Michael Cassidy star as co-workers with different views on the new campaign they have to create together.
  • Dec. 23: “Christmas Made to Order”
    • Steven (Jonathan Bennett) hires Gretchen (Alexa PenaVega) to help bring the Christmas spirit into his home for his family.
  • Dec. 25: “When Calls the Heart Christmas”
    • The “When Calls the Heart” crew celebrate another Christmas together.
  • Dec. 29: “A Midnight Kiss”
    • Lisa (Adelaide Kane) recruits the help of her brother’s friend, David (Carlos PenaVega), to help plan a New Year’s Eve party.

The schedule for when all of Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ new Miracles of Christmas movies will debut can be found below (all premieres begin at 9 p.m. EDT):

  • Nov. 4: “Marrying Father Christmas”
    • Erin Krakow and Niall Matter return for the latest sequel in the “Finding Father Christmas” franchise.
  • Nov. 11: “A Veteran’s Christmas”
    • Joe (Sean Faris) offers veteran Grace (Eloise Mumford) a place to stay for the holidays.
  • Nov. 17: Return to Christmas Creek”
    • Amelia (Tori Anderson) heads home for Christmas and reunites wither her childhood best friend, Mike (Stephen Huszar), and their relationship turns more romantic than platonic.
  • Nov. 18: “A Godwink Christmas”
    • Paula (Kimberley Sustad) falls in love with inn owner Gery (Paul Campbell) while on a solo getaway after getting engaged to her boyfriend back home.
  • Nov. 19: “Last Vermont Christmas”
    • Megan (Erin Cahill) reunites with her childhood sweetheart, Nash (Justin Bruening), when he buys her family’s home.
  • Nov. 20: “Hope at Christmas”
    • Sydney (Scottie Thompson) starts to spend time with a local teacher, Mac (Ryan Paevey), during Christmastime.

hallmark movies christmas schedule 2018 Ryan Paevey and Scottie Thompson lead Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ Miracles of Christmas movie, “Hope at Christmas.” Photo: Crown Media / Ryan Plummer

  • Nov. 24: “Christmas on Honeysuckle Lane”
    • Alicia Witt and Colin Ferguson star in this adaptation of Mary Elizabeth McDonough’s book.
  • Dec. 1: “Christmas Wonderland”
    • Heidi (Emily Osment) heads back to her hometown to watch her niece and nephew and helps out her old high school sweetheart, Chris (Ryan Rottman), with a Christmas dance while she’s there.
  • Dec. 2:  “Once Upon a Christmas Miracle”
    • Aimee Teegarden and Brett Dalton lead this movie that’s based on a true story.
  • Dec. 8: “Memories of Christmas”
    • Dave (Mark Taylor) helps decorate Noelle’s (Christina Milian) family’s home for Christmas.
  • Dec. 9: “Time for Me to Come Home for Christmas”
    • The movie, which is based on the song by Blake Shelton and the book by Dorothy Shackleford and Travis Thrasher, stars Josh Henderson and Megan Park.
  • Dec. 15: “Northern Lights of Christmas”
    • Zoey (Ashley Williams) inherits a reindeer farm and begins to have feelings for the ranch hand, Alec (Corey Sevier), in this adaptation of Teri Wilson’s “Sleigh Bell Sweethearts.”
  • Dec. 16: “Christmas at Grand Valley”
    • Kelly (Danica McKellar) and Leo (Brennan Elliott) have their worlds collide when they both visit Grand Valley for Christmas.
  • Dec. 22: “Small Town Christmas”
    • Author Nell (Ashley Newbrough) finds herself getting back in touch with an old co-worker, Emmett (Kristoffer Polaha), during her book tour.
  • Dec. 23: “Christmas Bells Are Ringing”
    • Emilie Ullerup and Josh Kelly play childhood friends who come back into each other’s lives after a few years apart.