Along with Hallmark and Lifetime starting their Christmas movie seasons this weekend, UPtv’s also got fans of the holiday covered with 10 all-new premieres coming over the next few months, with the first one on the schedule airing Sunday night!

“We’re thrilled about the mix of stories in the movies viewers will see on UPtv this season,” Amy Winter, general manager and EVP of UPtv, said in a press release. “UPtv’s holiday lineup celebrates what we all love and adore about Christmas – love, friendships, family and laughter (and of course baking!) – while still reflecting on the true meaning of the season.”

Here’s the full list of UPtv’s new Christmas 2019 movies, as well as the synopses, casts and, for some, the books they’re based on:

Oct. 27: “A Christmas Movie Christmas” (7 p.m. EDT)

“Eve is a Christmas movie fanatic and dreams of having a movie-perfect Christmas with a movie-perfect boyfriend. On Christmas Eve, when Eve and her cynical sister Lacy make wishes to Santa, they wake up in Christmas Town and find themselves trapped inside a Christmas movie where they are the stars. But when things start to go wrong, and Eve’s knowledge of all things Christmas movie fails to fix things, Eve and Lacy try to find a way out of the picture-perfect Christmas and back to reality.”

Stars: Kim Hidalgo, Brant Daugherty, Lana McKissack, Randy Wayne and Ryan Merriman

Nov. 3: “Christmas with a Prince: Becoming Royal” (7 p.m. EST)

“One year after Dr. Tasha and Prince Alec met and fell in love, Tasha is on her way to spend the holidays in San Saverre and get a taste of royal life. When Alex surprises her with a royal engagement, she spends her first magical days there trying to stay grounded while managing the task of planning a royal wedding. But when Miranda starts scheming to break the two up, it will take a big sacrifice and a Christmas miracle to make sure they get the holiday royal wedding of their dreams.”

Stars: Kaitlyn Leeb, Nick Hounslow and Charles Shaughnessy

Based on: Sequel movie to “St. Piran’s: Prince On The Children’s Ward” by Sarah Morgan

Nov. 10: “Rock N’ Roll Christmas” (7 p.m. EST)

“An estranged mother/daughter country music duo reunite after 10 years apart to release a Christmas single after a video of them goes viral. Now, they’re going to need a lot of forgiveness and a little Christmas magic to write a song that perfectly captures the spirit of Christmas and brings their family back together.”

Stars: Beverley Mitchell and Catherine Mary Stewart

Nov. 17: “Christmas Cupcakes” (7 p.m. EST)

“When their family bakery may have to close its doors right before Christmas, rival sisters Kim and Gina must team up in a national baking competition to win the grand prize. Thrown into a world of fierce competitors and a ticking clock, it will take a Christmas miracle to save the bakery, though they may discover a prize much larger than they had hoped for.”

Stars: Cindy Busby, Erin Karpluk, Corey Loranger and Kristian Bruun

Nov. 24: “A Christmas Recipe for Romance” (7 p.m. EST)

“When a prestigious food festival and cooking competition comes to her small town, Abby sees it as the perfect opportunity to book up her failing family-run inn and win some much-needed cash to save it from foreclosure. The only problem is…Abby is a terrible cook. But when a Christmas miracle drops a well- known, and slightly disgraced celebrity chef named Jason Corwin on her doorstep, Abby knows this is her chance to save her business, and help Jason regain his reputation. And with a little pinch of sugar and a dash of Christmas magic, they may just end up cooking up more than a winning recipe.”

Stars: Madeline Leon and Sebastian Sacco

Based on: “Recipe for Redemption” by Anna J. Stewart

Dec. 1: “Christmas Chalet” (7 p.m. EST)

“A recently divorced mother books a chalet in a beautiful Christmas village in Vermont to try and rekindle Christmas magic for her teenaged daughter who feels like her family is ruined forever. When they arrive, they find that the house has been double booked and now they must share their family holiday with a grumpy writer who hates Christmas. Together, they’ll learn that a little Christmas magic heals even the most broken heart.”

Stars: Erica Durance, Robin Dunne, Elva Mai Hoover and Micah Kalishch

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Karl E. Landler and Rebecca Dalton’s “Christmas in Paris” will premiere as part of UPtv’s Christmas 2019 programming event UPtv

Dec. 8: “Christmas in Paris” (7 p.m. EST)

“A gorgeous, French multi-millionaire comes to Montana to do a deal and photoshoot with a major cosmetics company and meets the woman of his dreams - the beautiful Art Director on his shoot. When the two jet off to Paris on a whirlwind Christmas adventure, they each think that their happiness could last forever. But in the middle of their magical Parisian getaway, she discovers a secret about him that could push them apart forever.”

Stars: Karl E. Landler, Rebecca Dalton and Daphne Zuniga

Based on: “A Fortunes of Texas Christmas” by Helen Lacey

Dec. 15: “Snowbound for Christmas” (7 p.m. EST)

“A marketing executive is invited by her charming and handsome boss to pitch a major project to prospective clients at a posh resort and the two get snowed in together before any of the other guests can arrive. Now, with the hotel to themselves, a fairytale snowscape outside and sparks flying inside, they find that being alone together is all the Christmas magic they need.”

Stars: Zarrin Darnell-Martin, Henderson Wade, Scott Thompson and Josephine Buettner

Based on: “Snowbound with the CEO” by Shannon Stacey

Dec. 22: “Christmas Wedding Runaway” (7 p.m. EST)

“A runaway bride does some soul-searching when she’s trapped in a snowed-in cabin with her grandmother and an old flame at Christmas.”

Stars: Sara Mitich, Harmon Walsh, Candice Mausner and Joseph Cannata

Dec. 24: “Baby in a Manger” (7 p.m. EST)

“With the help of a handsome young police officer, a social worker searches for the mother of a baby she has found abandoned in a nativity scene at her church.”

Stars: Monica Knox, Michael Morrone and Caylin Turner

Based on: “Child in a Manger” by Dana Corbit