The “Christmas Countdown” continues, but the Hallmark Channel is already looking to the future. On Tuesday, November 30, the network announced five new films that will make their debut in the new year.
In addition to the five films shown on the Hallmark Channel – The Perfect Pairing, The Wedding Veil: Avery’s Story, Love is Trending and Butlers in love and Romantic birthday – Hallmark Movies & Mysteries will air a new movie, North to the house.
The composition comes in the middle of the biggest Hallmark season of the year. “Countdown of Christmas” started on October 22 and includes 41 new original films.
Candace Cameron Bure, who has starred in dozens of Hallmark films, appeared in her 10th Christmas film this year, The Christmas Competition. While also serving as an executive producer on all of her films, she has recently given up the pressure of being the face of the network.
“I was under a lot of pressure [last year] “Like any movie, it goes well on TV numbers,” said the 45-year-old Aurora Teagarden actress. Us Weekly exclusively in November. “And then you always want to step on that point and get over it. And last year, I finally let it go because that’s not the reason I make these movies. I make them because I love them. And I know that the viewers who watch them really love them and mean something to them. “
Fuller House alum added: “I always try to do the best I can, but I let the pressure go down last year.”
That said, she has been celebrating Christmas for many months, hanging her ornaments right after Halloween.
“If I’re going to put it on and do the job, I want to enjoy it [the decorations] as much as possible “, he shared with her Us. “[That] does not mean I’m blowing over Thanksgiving. It does not mean that I do not recognize Thanksgiving. I love Thanksgiving, it’s my favorite. “I just like the Christmas decorations on display all the time.”
Scroll down to see the full range of movies coming to Hallmark and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries in January:
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