The gift every Hallmark fan has been hoping for is finally getting unwrapped: it’s Christmas movie season!

Hallmark Channel’s Countdown to Christmas and hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ Miracles of Christmas events will kick off on Friday, Oct. 22 and Saturday, Oct. 23, featuring 24/7 holiday movie programming throughout the season, including a combined 41 new movie premieres.

While the full schedule has yet to be released, we will continue to update it here as new titles are announced. To make sure you don’t miss a single minute of the new films, some of which will feature the network’s biggest stars, check out the full schedule of premiere dates below.

Hallmark Channel’s Countdown to Christmas schedule (all times eastern) can be seen below, though some premiere dates and times could be subject to change:

“You, Me & The Christmas Trees”- Premieres Friday, Oct. 22 at 8 p.m.

YOU ME AND THE CHRISTMAS TREES Danica McKellar and Benjamin Ayres star in “You, Me & The Christmas Trees.” Photo: Crown Media LLC/Ryan Plummer

Olivia (Danica McKellar) is Connecticut’s resident expert on evergreens who, just days before the holiday, agrees to help Jack (Benjamin Ayres), a Christmas tree farmer in Avon whose family business is threatened when a mysterious illness befalls his firs. As Olivia works to find the root of the problem, she and Jack start finding themselves fighting a love bug as well.

“Boyfriends Of Christmas Past”- Premieres Saturday, Oct. 23 at 8 p.m.

BOYFRIENDS OF CHRISTMAS PAST Catherine Haena Kim and Raymond Ablack star in “Boyfriends of Christmas Past.” Photo: Crown Media LLC/ Albert Camicioli

Leading up to Christmas, Marketing executive Lauren (Catherine Haene Kim) is visited by the ghosts of four ex-boyfriends and is forced to learn to open her heart before she risks losing her best friend, Nate (Raymond Ablack) for good.

“The Santa Stakeout”- Premieres Sunday, Oct. 24 at 8 p.m.

THE SANTA STAKEOUT Tamera Mowry-Housley and Paul Campbell star in “The Santa Stakeout.” Photo: Crown Media LLC/Allister Foster

Tanya (Tamera Mowry-Housley) and Ryan (Paul Campbell) go undercover as newlyweds Tasha and Rupert as they try to solve a recent string of heists that take place during high-profile holiday parties. Before they know it, their cover story as a couple in love starts to feel like reality.

“Christmas In Harmony”- Premieres Friday, Oct. 29 at 8 p.m.

CHRISTMAS IN HARMONY Ashleigh Murray and Luke James star in “Christmas in Harmony.” Photo: Crown Media LLC/Seth Johnson

Harmony (Ashleigh Murray) gets tricked into auditioning for the holiday chorus—which happens to also be directed by her ex-boyfriend (Luke James).

“Coyote Creek Christmas”- Premieres Saturday, Oct. 30 at 8 p.m.

COYOTE CREEK CHRISTMAS Janel Parrish and Ryan Paevey star in “Coyote Creek Christmas.” Photo: Crown Media LLC/David Astorga

While throwing a “Christmas Around the World” party at her family’s inn, an event planner (Janel Parrish) finds Christmas magic with a charming father (Ryan Paevey) and his son.

“Christmas Sail”- Premieres Sunday, Oct. 31 at 8 p.m.

CHRISTMAS SAIL Katee Sackoff, Patrick Sabongui and Emma Oliver star in "Christmas Sail." Photo: Crown Media LLC/Kailey Schwerman

After returning home to take care of her estranged father, Liz (Katee Sackhoff) becomes determined to give her daughter a perfect Christmas.

“Gingerbread Miracle”- Premieres Friday, Nov. 5 at 8 p.m.

Maya (Merritt Patterson) and Alex (Jon Ecker), old friends from high school, work together over Christmas to sell his uncle’s Mexican bakery, which is famous for its gingerbread cookies that patrons believe grant wishes.

“Next Stop, Christmas”- Premieres Saturday, Nov. 6 at 8 p.m.

After Angie (Lyndsy Fonseca) wonders what life would be like if she had married her former boyfriend, her train ride home for Christmas winds up sending her inexplicably 10 years into the past, where she gets the chance to revisit that holiday season and get an answer to her burning question.

“A Christmas Treasure”- Premieres Sunday, Nov. 7 at 8 p.m.

 A CHRISTMAS TREASURE Jordin Sparks and Michael Xavier star in "A Christmas Treasure." Photo: Crown Media LLC/ Luba Popovic

After opening a 100-year-old time capsule, Lou (Jordin Sparks) begins to question whether she should move to  New York after the holidays and further her career as a writer.

“Open By Christmas”- Premieres Friday, Nov. 12 at 8 p.m.

When Nicky (Alison Sweeney) finds an unopened Christmas card from a high school secret admirer she teams up with her best friend Simone (Erica Durance) to find the author.

“My Christmas Family Tree”- Premieres Saturday, Nov. 13 at 8 p.m.

When Vanessa (Aimee Teegarden) receives the results from her Family Tree DNA test, she discovers a family she didn’t know existed and travels to their home for Christmas. Andrew Walker and James Tupper also star.

“A Holiday in Harlem”- Premieres Sunday, Nov. 14 at 8 p.m.

After her grandmother, Mama Belle (Tina Lifford), turns away her usual gift delivery, expecting “presence over presents,” jet-setting executive Jazmin (Olivia Washington) heads uptown to Harlem for a quick visit. However, when Mama Belle is injured, Jazmin agrees to stay in the neighborhood and take over co-chairing their block’s annual Christmas Jamboree with her old best friend Caleb (Will Adams). A successful corporate fixer, Jazmin expects the job to be easy but quickly finds that she has a lot to learn about the community and her heart.

“Nantucket Noel”- Premieres Friday, Nov. 19 at 8 p.m.

During the Seaside Noel celebrations, Christina (Sarah Power) learns of a developer who is planning to tear down the wharf that is home to her toy store. Tensions rise as she falls for the developer’s son, Andy (Trevor Donovan).

“A Christmas Together With You”- Premieres Saturday, Nov. 20 at 8 p.m.

During the Christmas Season, Megan (Laura Vandervoort) and her father-figure Frank (Harry Lennix) head out on a road trip to find his long-lost love. Along the way, Megan finds the love of her own life. Niall Matter also stars.

“A Kiss Before Christmas”- Premieres Sunday, Nov. 21 at 8 p.m.

Real estate development executive Ethan Holt (James Denton) is a married father with two teens. One Christmas Eve, Ethan is disappointed to learn he’s losing out on a promotion and laments that his “nice guy” way of doing business has held him back in his career. Thanks to some Christmas magic, Ethan’s casual wish that his life had taken a different course becomes reality. He wakes up the next morning and is shocked to find everything is different—he isn’t married to Joyce (Teri Hatcher), he doesn’t have two teenaged kids and he’s the CEO of his company. Joyce is the key to Ethan being able to reclaim his original life and the family he loves—he must convince her that their happily-ever-after is waiting for them...and he only has until Christmas Day. Marilu Henner also stars.

“The Nine Kittens of Christmas”- Premieres Thursday, Nov. 25 at 8 p.m.

Cat lovers Zachary (Brandon Routh) and Marilee (Kimberley Sustad) are thrown back together at Christmas when they’re tasked with finding homes for an adorable litter of kittens. Gregory Harrison also stars.

“Christmas CEO”- Premieres Friday, Nov. 26 at 6 p.m.

CHRISTMAS CEO Marisol Nichols and Paul Greene star in "Christmas CEO." Photo: Crown Media LLC/Albert Camicioli

A small toy company CEO (Marisol Nichols) gets a once-in-a-lifetime offer to merge with a mega toy company but will need her estranged ex-business partner’s (Paul Greene) signature to seal the deal.

“An Unexpected Christmas”- Premieres Friday, Nov. 26 at 8 p.m.

AN UNEXPECTED CHRISTMAS Tyler Hynes and Bethany Joy Lenz star in "An Unexpected Christmas." Photo: Crown Media LLC/Allister Foster

A speech writer (Tyler Hynes) makes a deal with his ex-girlfriend (Bethany Joy Lenz) to pretend they’re a couple to save his family’s Christmas.

“Making Spirits Bright”- Premieres Saturday, Nov. 27 at 6 p.m.

The son (Carlo Marks) and daughter (Taylor Cole) of rival holiday decorating families help mend their fathers’ decades-old feud, finding romance along the way as they compete in the town’s holiday decorating contest.

“Christmas At Castle Hart”-Premieres Saturday, Nov. 27 at 8 p.m.

Brooke Bennett (Lacey Chabert) goes to Ireland for Christmas to search for her Irish roots. While there, she meets Aiden Hart (Stuart Townsend), Earl of Glaslough. Mistaken for an elite event planner, she’s hired to host his castle’s epic Christmas party.

“Christmas in Tahoe”- Premieres Sunday, Nov. 28 at 6 p.m.

To save her family hotel’s Christmas show, talent booker Claire (Laura Osnes) must ask for help from her ex-boyfriend Ryan (Kyle Selig), the lead guitarist of a now-famous band that fired her as their manager years ago.

“The Christmas Contest”- Premieres Sunday, Nov. 28 at 8 p.m.

Exes Lara (Candace Cameron Bure) and Ben (John Brotherton) compete in a Christmas contest to win money for the charity of their choosing. The city watches them battle and choose what is more important, victory or love.

“Eight Gifts of Hanukkah”- Premieres Friday, Dec. 3 at 8 p.m.

A woman (Inbar Lavi) journeys to find her secret admirer (Jake Epstein) during Hanukkah.

“A Very Merry Bridesmaid”- Premieres Saturday, Dec. 4 at 8 p.m.

Leah’s (Emily Osment) 30th birthday is on Christmas Eve, the same day as her brother’s wedding. Her childhood crush (Casey Deidrick) is back in town for the wedding and he is determined to make sure her birthday does not go by the wayside.

“Sister Swap: A Hometown Holiday”- Premieres Sunday, Dec. 5 at 8 p.m.

Jennifer (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) and Meg (Ashley Williams) Swift who couldn’t be closer despite living in different cities. Jennifer is in Salt Lake City, running a successful restaurant she started with her late husband and raising her teenaged son, Simon. Jennifer and Simon return home for the holiday and become wistful for one more Christmas at the Madison—the local theater owned by their Uncle Dave (Kevin Nealon) who recently passed—despite that it’s for sale and in need of repairs. With help from Jennifer’s former high school debate team rival Eric (Mark Deklin) and others in the community, they might just pull it off, and, in the process, Jennifer’s eyes are opened to new possibilities in life and in love.

“A Dickens of a Holiday!”- Premieres Friday, Dec. 10 at 8 p.m.

To make the 100th anniversary of her hometown’s Victorian festival a success, Cassie (Brooke D’Orsay) invites action movie star and former high school classmate Jake (Kristoffer Polaha)  to play Scrooge in “A Christmas Carol.”

“A Royal Queens Christmas”- Premieres Saturday, Dec. 11 at 8 p.m.

A prince (Julian Morris) finds his way to Queens during Christmas when a local woman (Megan Park) enlists his help with a children’s Christmas show.

“Sister Swap: Christmas In The City”- Premieres Sunday, Dec. 12 at 8 p.m.

Meg Swift (Ashley Williams) comes to Salt Lake City from her hometown in Hazelwood to see her sister Jennifer (Kimberly Williams-Paisley), who runs a local restaurant in town. When Jennifer and her teenage son Simon return to Hazelwood for a pre-holiday visit with their family, Meg offers to help Jennifer’s staff to prepare for a competition among local restaurants that awards the winner money for the charity of its choice. Still feeling the effects of losing their Uncle Dave, a change of scenery and a project to dive into is just what Meg needed. An effusive Meg works alongside the more reserved Joe (Keith Robinson), the restaurant’s manager, the two find their differences are what make them a great team. Swapping cities with her sister helps Meg figure out her next chapter and also just might bring her an unexpected romance.

“Sugar Plum Twist”-Premieres Friday, Dec. 17 at 8 p.m.

“The Christmas House 2: Deck Those Halls”- Premieres Friday, Dec. 18 at 8 p.m.

The Mitchell brothers (Robert Buckley, Jonathan Bennett) compete to see who can create the best Christmas House. Ana Ayora, Sharon Lawrence, Treat Williams and Brad Harder also star.

“’Tis The Season To Be Merry”- Premieres Saturday, Dec. 19 at 8 p.m.

Looking for a fresh angle to her book on relationships, Merry (Rachael Leigh Cook) heads to snow-covered Vermont. She finds a new perspective and Christmas cheer with charismatic aid worker Chris (Travis Van Winkle). Karen Malina White also stars.

Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ Miracles of Christmas schedule (all times Eastern) can be seen below, though some premiere dates and times could be subject to change:

“Christmas In My Heart”-Premieres Saturday, Oct. 23 at 10 p.m.

CHRISTMAS IN MY HEART Heather Hemmens and Luke Macfarlane star in “Christmas In My Heart.” Photo: Crown Media LLC/Daniel Haber 

Concert violinist Beth (Heather Hemmens) tutors the daughter of reclusive Country music star Sean (Luke Macfarlane) as she prepares for a holiday concert.

“The Christmas Promise”- Premieres Saturday, Oct. 30 at 10 p.m.

THE CHRISTMAS PROMISE Torrey Devitto stars in "The Christmas Promise." Photo: Crown Media LLC/Allister Foster

After hiring a carpenter to renovate the house that was meant for her and her fiancé, Nicole (Torrey Devitto), along with some help from her grandfather, begins to learn to deal with grief.

“Debbie Macomber’s A Mrs. Miracle Christmas”- Premieres Saturday, Nov. 6 at 10 p.m.

DEBBIE MACOMBER'S A MRS. MIRACLE CHRISTMAS Caroline Rhea stars in "Debbie Macomber's A Mrs. Miracle Christmas." Photo: Crown Media LLC/Luba Popovic

When a family faces loneliness and loss of faith, Mrs. Miracle swoops in to renew their Christmas spirit.

“One December Night”- Premieres Saturday, Nov. 13 at 10 p.m.

ONE DECEMBER NIGHT Eloise Mumford and Brett Dalton star in "One December Night." Photo: Crown Media LLC/David Scott Holloway

Two music managers (Eloise Mumford, Brett Dalton) must put their musical history aside to oversee the televised reunion performance of their rock star fathers (Peter Gallagher, Bruce Campbell) with a fractured past.

“Five More Minutes”- Premieres Saturday, Nov. 20 at 10 p.m.

A woman’s (Nikki DeLoach) Christmas wish is answered in unexpected ways when her late grandfather’s journal turns up and reveals an untold romance. David Haydn-Jones also stars.

“Time for Them To Come Home For Christmas”- Premieres Saturday, Nov. 27 at 10 p.m.

During the holidays, a woman (Jessy Schram) with amnesia catches a ride with her handsome nurse (Brendan Penny) to investigate the only clue to her identity: a newspaper clipping for a Christmas Festival with a cryptic invitation.

“Our Christmas Journey”- Premieres Saturday, Dec. 4 at 10 p.m.

As a single mom (Holly Robinson Peete) and her teenaged son (Nik Sanchez) with autism come to a crossroads during Christmas, she must learn to let go so he can flourish as she finds her own heart healing in unexpected ways. Lyriq Bent also stars.

“A Godwink Christmas: Miracle of Love”- Premieres Saturday, Dec. 11 at 10 p.m.

Now that Joy (Katherine Barrell) has completed her education, she’s ready to fulfill her dream of becoming a nurse and following in her late mother’s footsteps. Back at home before the holiday and with no job on the horizon, Joy’s interest is piqued by a volunteer opportunity out of town. There, she meets Eric (Alberto Frezza), who is also at a crossroads. As they become immersed in the effort to build a new home for a family at Christmas, Joy and Eric both find a new sense of purpose. Through a series of coincidences—or, Godwinks—and a medical miracle, they begin to believe in destiny.

“Christmas For Keeps”- Premieres Saturday, Dec. 18 at 10 p.m.

At Christmastime, a close-knit group of childhood friends return home after 10 years to take part in the celebration of life of their beloved high school teacher. Christa B. Allen, Ryan Rottman, Ashley Newbrough and Marielle Scott star.