The holiday season will soon be rung in on Lifetime, with the network unveiling a large new lineup of Christmas movies, starting in November with perhaps the most ambitious slate yet.

This year’s event, which will see the premiere of 35 new movies, as well as a full slate of programming that includes holiday-related movies 24/7 from Nov. 12, all the way through Christmas Day. However, for the first time, new films will not only premiere each and every weekend, with five films debuting prior to Thanksgiving and then new premieres every single night for 30 straight nights beginning Nov. 26.

In addition, star Tia Mowry will be getting fans in the spirit with “It’s A Wonderful Lifetime Holiday Movie Preview” Event, which will air on Nov. 7, but is going to be available on Lifetime Video on Demand beginning Oct. 24.

So if you’re looking for some holiday spirit and are planning to get all cozy underneath a blanket for some serious Christmas movie vibes, be sure to check out all the new films that will be airing this year (Schedule is subject to change).

“An Ice Wine Christmas”- Premieres Friday, Nov. 12 at 8 p.m. EDT

ICE WINE CHRISTMAS (1) Roselyn Sanchez and Lyriq Bent star in "An Ice Wine Christmas." Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime

Camila (Roselyn Sánchez) goes home to Evergreen, NY to take part in the town’s annual Ice Wine Christmas Festival and harvest, only to find that her former mentor is planning to retire and scale down the festival, and that wine specialist Declan (Lyriq Bent) has been hired to take operations at the vineyards into a full-year production. Determined to preserve the magic of “Christmas in a bottle,” Camila shares her passion for Christmas with Declan and reveals what an authentic ice wine harvest can truly mean. Mara del Mar, AnnaMaria Demara and Richard Fitzpatrick also star.

“A Picture Perfect Holiday”- Premieres Saturday, Nov. 13 at 8 p.m. EDT

After fashion photographer Gaby Jones lands a coveted job at a magazine, she is encouraged to attend an annual Christmas Photography Retreat in the small town of Pine Falls to ramp up her skills. After arriving, Gaby finds her rental was double booked with wildlife photographer Sean (Henderson Wade), and the two start falling for one another. However, when their life choices start to impede, they will be forced to decide if they’re willing to risk everything to have a picture-perfect holiday by one another’s side. Dina Meyer also stars.

“Dancing Through the Snow”- Premieres Friday, Nov, 19 at 8 p.m. EDT

After going viral in a video with his 8-year-old daughter doing an adorable ballet routine, Michael Foster (Colin Lawrence) becomes the most eligible bachelor in town. However, he only has eyes for his little girl’s ballet teacher, Olivia (AnnaLynne McCord). Will he be able to get the heart of the woman he really wants for Christmas? Bianca Lawrence also stars.

“You Make it Feel Like Christmas”- Premieres Saturday, Nov. 20 at 8 p.m. EDT

YOU MAKE IT FEEL LIKE CHRISTMAS (1) Mary Antonini and Michael Xavier star in "You Make It Feel Like Christmas." Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime

Emma (Mary Antonini) is too busy to go home for the holidays—but perhaps her ex-boyfriend and childhood best friend Aaron (Michael Xavier) will be able to convince her to come back and celebrate her family’s traditions. Stephanie Sy and Alex Poch-Goldin also star.

“Baking Spirits Bright”- Premieres Sunday, Nov. 21 at 8 p.m. EDT

BAKING SPIRITS BRIGHT (1) Dion Johnstone and Rekha Sharma star in "Baking Spirits Bright." Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime

After her parents hire Brady Phillips (Dion Johnstone) and his marketing company to help boost sales of their fruitcakes for the holidays, Mira Varma (Rekha Sharma) must fight to hold onto the heart of the company. Aadila Dosani, Paneet Akilla, Manoj Sood and Nimet Kanji also star.

“Reba McEntire’s Christmas in Tune”- Premieres Friday, Nov. 26 at 8 p.m. EDT

REBA MCENTIRES CHRISTMAS IN TUNE Reba McEntire and John Schneider star in "Reba McEntire's Christmas In Tune." Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime

Years after their breakup, former singing duo Georgia (Reba McEntire) and Jow Winter (John Schneider) reunite at their daughter’s insistence to participate in a Christmas charity concert. Candice King and Justin David also star.

“Merry Liddle Christmas Baby”- Premieres Saturday, Nov, 27 at 8 p.m. EDT

The Liddles are back for another chapter of merry mayhem, love and laughter as the family continues to grow in more ways than one, though everyone is certainly eager for the arrival of Jacquie (Kelly Rowland) and Tyler’s (Thomas Cadrot) first baby. Bresha Webb, Latonya Williams, Jaime M. Callica and Nathan Witte also star.

“Miracle in Motor City”- Premieres Sunday, Nov. 28 at 8 p.m. EDT

When Amber Dupont (Tia Mowry) inadvertently promises to get Motown Legend Smokey Robinson to perform at her church’s annual Christmas pageant, she must team up with her former flame Eddie (Mark Taylor) if she wants to complete her quest and convince the legend to participate.

“Welcome to the Christmas Family Reunion”- Premieres Monday, Nov. 29 at 8 p.m. EDT

As Amy (Michelle Argyris) works to help singer Tiffanie Christmas (Asia-h Epperson) plan her holiday family reunion, she also finds herself challenged by growing feelings for Tiffanie’s cousin, Calvin (Alonzo B. Slater).

“Saying Yes to Christmas”- Premieres Tuesday, Nov, 31 at 8 p.m. EDT

SAYING YES TO CHRISTMAS Erika Prevost and Romaine Waite star in "Saying Yes To Christmas." Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime

After June (Erika Prevost) starts saying “yes” to every invitation while she’s home for the holidays, it includes spending time with her old flame Blake (Romaine Waite). As the holidays come to an end, June will be forced to choose between saying yes to her career and life in the city or the love she actually feels in her hometown.

“Match Made in Mistletoe”- Premieres Wednesday, Dec. 1 at 8 p.m. EDT

MATCH MADE IN MISTLETOE Natalie Lisinska and Damian Runyan star in "Match Made in Mistletoe." Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime

Interior designer Emily Barnes (Natalie Lisinska) is excited when she’s hired by a foreign embassy in DC to decorate for the annual holiday charity ball until newly appointed ambassador Magnus Andersson’s (Damian Runyan) “minimalist” approach creates a roadblock for her plans.

“A Christmas Village Romance”- Premieres Thursday, Dec. 2 at 8 p.m. EDT

Romance novelist Diana (Jeni Ross) learns that charming pioneer village Maple Creek is struggling to stay afloat and sponsors a Christmas gala to help. However, she finds herself challenged at every turn by village blacksmith and town historian Carter (Jake Epstein). Oliver Renaud also stars.

“A Christmas Dance Reunion”- Premieres Friday, Dec. 3 at 8 p.m. EDT

Lucy Mortimer (Monique Coleman) returns to the Winterleigh Resort to celebrate the hotel’s final Christmas season and takes charge in recreating some of the beloved Christmas traditions, including the popular Christmas Dance. When it puts her back in the path of her childhood dance partner Barrett Brewster (Corbin Bleu), she will have to decide if she’s willing to risk everything for what could be the last Christmas Dance.

“Kirk Franklin’s A Gospel Christmas”- Premieres Saturday, Dec. 4 at 8 p.m. EDT

When Olivia (Demetria McKinney), a young assistant pastor, gets assigned to be a lead pastor at a new church a month before Christmas, she fears the transition will be difficult, especially as she tries to get the choir to open the town’s annual Winter Jamboree. Will Olivia be able to find a new home and some romance? Chaz Lamar Shepherd and Kirk Franklin also star.

“My Favorite Christmas Melody”- Premieres Sunday, Dec. 5 at 8 p.m. EDT

MY FAVORITE CHRISTMAS MELODY Mya and Rainbow Sun Franck star in "My Favorite Christmas Melody." Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime

After Abby (Mya) heads home for the holidays, she’s enlisted by the local music teacher to help save the school arts program—a move that helps her rediscover her voice and regain the confidence to go after her dreams. Rainbow Sun Francks also stars.

“Secretly Santa”- Premieres Monday, Dec. 6 at 8 p.m. EDT

SECRETLY SANTA Alicia Dea Josipovic and Travis Nelson star in "Secretly Santa." Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime

Miranda (Alicia Dea Josipovic) and Paul (Travis Nelson) become unwanted partners at work when their businesses merge—unaware that they are involved in an anonymous online romance with one another.

“Christmas Movie Magic”- Premieres Tuesday, Dec. 7 at 8 p.m. EDT

Entertainment writer Alli Blakeman (Holly Deveaux) heads to a small town that once filmed a classic Christmas movie in the hopes of covering the anniversary. Once there, she meets local theatre owner Brad (Drew Seeley), who helps her unravel the mysterious origins of the film’s signature song.

“Christmas With a Crown”- Premieres Wednesday, Dec. 8 at 8 p.m. EDT

CHRISTMAS WITH A CROWN Lisa Durupt and Marcus Rosner star in "Christmas With A Crown." Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime

When Cassie (Lisa Durupt) heads home to revive her family’s Christmas festival, she is charmed by stranger Nicolas (Marcus Rosner), unaware that he’s really a prince in disguise.

“A Fiancé for Christmas”- Premieres Thursday, Dec. 9 at 8 p.m. EDT

Sawyer (Amanda Payton) makes a fake wedding registry, hoping a shopping spree will be the ultimate retail therapy—but the plan goes awry when the registry is discovered and the whole town throws her a surprise bridal shower. As she tries to avoid embarrassment, she finds a fake fiancé to help her navigate her lies. Marie Osmond and Adam Gregory also star.

“Holiday in Santa Fe”- Premieres Friday, Dec. 10 at 8 p.m. EDT

HOLIDAY IN SANTA FE Mario Lopez and Emeraude Toubia star in "Holiday in Santa Fe." Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime

Casa de Milagro is known for holiday ornaments and décor inspired by Mexican Christmas traditions, with award-winning designs by matriarch Milagro Ortega and a business run by siblings Tony (Mario Lopez) and Magdalena (Aimee Garcia). When Milagro passes though, the family struggles to find their heart—and Belinda Swayer (Emeraude Toubia), an executive at a large greeting card and holiday décor chain sees it as an opportunity to acquire the company.

“The Holiday Fix Up”- Premieres Saturday, Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. EDT

When Sam (Jana Kramer), the designer behind a popular home renovation show, returns to her hometown during the holidays to help renovate the Bell Harbor Inn, she gets paired with Coop (Ryan McPartlin) as the lead contractor. The only problem—he's the guy who broke her heart and she’s the one who got away. Maria Menounos also stars.

“People Presents: Blending Christmas”- Premieres Sunday, Dec. 12 at 8 p.m. EDT

Emma’s (Haylie Duff) boyfriend (Aaron O’Connell) is secretly planning to propose to her at her favorite place with both their families there to witness it, but the plans quickly go awry when the two families bicker over everything—and it begins to take a toll on their relationship. Now with just days to go until Christmas, the two families realize they will have to work together in order to reunite the pair. Beth Broderick, Christopher Knight, Greg Evigan, Mike Lookinland, Barry Williams, Susan Olsen, Robbie Rist, Telma Hopkins and Jennifer Elise Cox also star.

“Maps and Mistletoe”- Premieres Monday, Dec. 13 at 8 p.m. EDT

MAPS AND MISTLETOE Humberly Gonzalez and Ronnie Rowe star in "Maps and Mistletoe." Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime

When Emilia Martin (Humberly Gonzalez) is tasked with designing a novelty treasure map of the North Pole, she seeks the help of North Pole explorer Drew Campbell (Ronnie Rowe), who reluctantly agrees to help her.

“Ghosts of Christmas Past”- Premieres Tuesday, Dec. 14 at 8 p.m. EDT

GHOSTS OF CHRISTMAS PAST Annie Clark and Dan Jeannotte star in "Ghosts of Christmas Past." Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime

After a fortune teller tells serial dating app “ghoster” Ellie (Annie Clark) that she must resolve her past and make amends with all those she ghosted before Christmas, she takes it upon herself to track all the men down and maybe find love once and for all. Dan Jeannotte also stars.

“The Enchanted Christmas Cake”- Premieres Wednesday, Dec. 15 at 8 p.m. EDT

THE ENCHANTED CHRISTMAS CAKE Erica Durance and Robin Dunne star in "The enchanted Christmas Cake." Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime

As she tries to run the bakery her grandmother left behind and figure out the magical recipe for her Christmas Cake, Gwen (Erica Durance) agrees to help producer Gavin (Robin Dunne) prepare to shoot a Christmas special with a high-end chef in order to help her bakery.

“Christmas by Chance”- Premieres Thursday, Dec. 16 at 8 p.m. EDT

CHRISTMAS BY CHANCE Winny Clarke and Jacob Blair star in "Christmas by Chance." Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime

When Chance Charleswood (Winny Clarke) is hired by William Richards (Jacob Blair) to organize a perfect proposal for his girlfriend, Chance tries to get closer to the other woman to find out what she likes. However, as she and William spend more time together and his girlfriend seems unwilling to commit, the two find that they may be better suited.

“Mistletoe in Montana”- Premieres Friday, Dec. 17 at 8 p.m. EDT

Merry (Melissa Joan Hart), the owner of Paradise Ranch, has been unlucky in love, but things seem to change when single father Mark (Duane Henry) and his two kids book the ranch for Christmas week. Jamey Sheridan also stars.

“Toying With The Holidays”- Premieres Saturday, Dec. 18 at 8 p.m. EDT

TOYING WITH THE HOLIDAYS Cindy Busby and Chad Michael Murray star in "Toying With the Holidays." Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime

When Danielle (Cindy Busby) returns home to Holly Pines to introduce her son to the North Pole Express train, she is disheartened to learn that the tradition has been sidelined. Desperate to bring it back, she teams up with former classmate Kevin (Chad Michael Murray) to bring it back.

“Under the Christmas Tree”- Premieres Sunday, Dec. 19 at 8 p.m. EDT

Marketing whiz Alma Beltran (Elise Bauman) and Christmas tree whisperer Charlie Freemont (Tattiawna Jones) cross paths when charlie finds the perfect tree for the Maine Governor’s Holiday Celebration in Alma’s back yard. Though they initially spar, the two women quickly discover sparks flying between them. Ricki Lake also stars.

“Candy Cane Candidate”- Premieres Monday, Dec. 20 at 8 p.m. EDT

When Julia (Jacky Lai) suffers a humiliating city council campaign loss, she goes home for Christmas, where she is once again forced to see her old high school rival, Parker (jake Epstein), who beat her out for senior class president years before. When the town’s mayor suddenly resigns, the foes once again face off in an emergency election.

“The Christmas Ball”- Premieres Tuesday, Dec. 21 at 8 p.m. EDT

When ballerina Clare Fitzgerald (Deidre Mullins) is let go before the Christmas season’s Nutcracker, she goes to visit her aunt in England—where she meets Liam (Nick Hendri), a local professor and historian who is helping preserve the family manor. Clare discovers that Christmas Regency balls were once held there, and convinces her aunt, with Liam’s help, to hold one there now.

“It Takes a Christmas Village”- Premieres Wednesday, Dec. 22 at 8 p.m. EDT

IT TAKES A CHRISTMAS VILLAGE Brooke Nevin and Corey Sevier star in "It Takes A Christmas Village." Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime

In order to make a Christmas market a reality, Mayor Alex Foster (Brooke Nevin) is forced to try and convince Darcy Hawkins (Corey Sevier) to loan out his family’s historic mill—which is a problem, since their families have been engaged in a long-running family feud.

“Rebuilding a Dream Christmas”- Premieres Thursday, Dec. 23 at 8 p.m. EDT

Successful real estate broker Abbey (Megga Kaiser) is forced back to her hometown to repair a Victorian house she inherited from her grandmother. She decides to sell the house and hires single dad Josh (Zane Stephens) to help with the repairs.

“Hot Chocolate Holiday”- Premieres Friday, Dec. 24 at 8 p.m. EDT

Colette (Aubrey Reynolds) is known for her famous hot chocolate—but she becomes suspicious when new rival Marcus (Jonny Swenson) begins selling his own hot chocolate that tastes exactly like her beloved grandmother’s.

“Writing Around the Christmas Tree”- Premieres Saturday, Dec. 25 at 8 p.m. EDT

WRITING AROUND THE CHRISTMAS TREE Krystal Joy Brown stars in "Writing Around the Christmas Tree." Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime

Mikaela (Krystal Joy Brown), a romance novelist, visits a bed and breakfast for a Christmas writer’s retreat near a snowy lake town. There, she meets writer Levi (Curtis Hamilton), who soon convinces Mikaela to actually experience love, not just write about it.