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Hallmark’s Christmas In July Features New Movie, Old Favorites, ‘Christmas Waltz’

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Hallmark’s Christmas In July 2021 promises a cornucopia of holiday delights. Starting off, they are releasing a brand new Christmas movie called Crashing Through The Snow. This stars Amy Acker (Person Of Interest, A Nutcracker Christmas), and Warren Christie (If I Only Had Christmas, Batwoman).

They are also featuring musical Christmas movies, a 2020 Christmas movie marathon, Soap Sunday, and even a Countdown to Christmas Greatest Hits. There will be a Blake Shelton Night, a Christmas movie marathon that salutes those in the military, and even family day.

Sounds like Hallmark has thought of everything! Are you ready for a preview of Hallmark’s Christmas In July?

Hallmark Premieres Crashing Through The Snow

Christmas in July will return to Hallmark bringing Crashing Through The Snow, starring Amy Acker and Warren Christie, to the fan-favorite lineup.

Crashing Through The Snow will premiere on Friday, July 10 at 9 p.m. Eastern. According to Deadline, this film centers on Maggie (Acker), who joins her ex-husband Jeff (Kristian Brunn) and his girlfriend Kate (Brooke Nevin) for a Christmas getaway in Aspen. It is there, she meets Kate’s brother, Sam (Warren Christie).

Sounds like a cozy and wintery way to cool down in the heat of summer! However, Hallmark has more in store for Christmas movie fans.

Hallmark 2020 Christmas Movie Marathon 

Hallmark Christmas movie fans, get the sleeping bags, hot chocolate, and cookies. On Saturday, July 10, and Sunday, July 11, they will air 2020 Christmas movies 24/7. This includes that very premiere of Crashing Through the Snow, on Saturday, July 10, at 9 p.m. Eastern.

So tune in to watch some of your favorite 2020 holiday movies.

Hallmark Soap Sunday 

Hallmark has always been the place to see current and former soap stars in Christmas movies. Be sure to check out the Hallmark Soap Sunday, on Sunday, July 18. The network will air holiday films that include a cornucopia of soap stars.

They include movies from Cameron Mathison, Chaley Rose, Rome Flynn, Alison Sweeney, Jesse Metcalfe, Fiona Gubelmann, Bethany Joy Lenz, Victor Webster, as well as other stars.

Countdown to Christmas Greatest Hits 

Hallmark fans love to discuss their all-time favorite Christmas movies. Do you have a list? Christmas in July includes a Countdown to Christmas Greatest hits. This will air on Saturday, July 24, and Sunday, July 25.

Here are some of the titles to look forward to:

Crown for Christmas airs on Saturday, July 24, 7 p.m., Eastern. Moreover, this movie stars Danica McKellar (Matchmaker Mysteries, The Wonder Years), and Rupert Penry-Jones (Black Sails, The Batman).

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, airs on Saturday, July 24, at 9 p.m., Eastern. This stars Brooke Burns (Gourmet Detective), Henry Winkler ( Barry, Happy Days), and Warren Christie (Girlfriend’s Guide To Divorce, Motive).

Christmas Under Wraps airs on Sunday, July 25, 7 p.m. Eastern. Moreover, this stars Candace Cameron Bure (Aurora Teagarden, Full/Fuller House), and David O’Donnell (A Christmas in Vermont).

The Nine Lives of Christmas airs on Sunday, July 25, at 10 p.m. Eastern. In addition, this stars Brandon Routh (The Rookie, Superman Returns), Kimberley Sustad (Christmas By Starlight, Wedding Every Weekend).

Blake Shelton Night! (Monday, June 28)

For three seasons, Hallmark has released Blake Shelton-produced and inspired Christmas movies. Ready to watch the current three in a row? You can do that on Blake Shelton Night, Monday, June 28.

Time for Me to Come Home for Christmas kicks off Blake Shelton night at 6 p.m., Eastern. This stars Megan Park (My Christmas Love, The Secret Life of the American Teenager), and Josh Henderson (Dallas, Desperate Housewives).

Time for You to Come Home for Christmas is next, at 8 p.m., Eastern. This stars Alison Sweeney (Murder, She Baked, Days of Our Lives), and Lucas Bryant (The Angel Tree, Love Song).

Time for Us to Come Home for Christmas completes the trio of Blake Shelton-inspired movies, airing at 10 p.m., Eastern. This stars Lacey Chabert (Sweet Carolina, Party of Five), and Stephen Huszar (Mistletoe Magic, Ruby Herring Mysteries).

After you are done watching this trio of Blake Shelton Hallmark movies, you can guess which pronoun will be used for the inevitable 2021 Blake Shelton-inspired movie. Maybe it will be “Time For Them,” or “Time For Her/Him”?

Hallmark’s Holiday Jam Session!

Do you love Hallmark musical Christmas films? Then be sure to head over to Hallmark Movies & Mysteries on Friday, July 2 for a collection of musically-themed holiday movies.

Our Christmas Love Song airs at 6 p.m., Eastern. Of course, this stars the musically gifted Alicia Witt (Cybill, Nashville) and Brendan Hines (Scandal, The Tick).

The Christmas Bow airs next, at 8 p.m., Eastern. Moreover, this stars the incomparable Lucia Micarelli (Treme), Michael Rady (Two Turtle Doves, Love to the Rescue).

Christmas at Graceland rounds out the holiday jam session at 10 p.m., Eastern. This stars Kellie Pickler (The Mistletoe Secret), Wes Brown (A Nashville Christmas Carol, 90210).

Salute to Christmas!

On Saturday, July 3, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries will have a Yuletide salute to “those who bravely serve our country. These are stories of those in the service now, those who have lost someone, and those who are finding their way into civilian life. Here are the movies.

The Christmas Doctor kicks off this very special set of movies. It airs at 6 p.m., Eastern. Subsequently, this stars Holly Robinson Peete (Christmas in Evergreen: Bells Are Ringing, American Housewife), and Adrian Holmes (V-Wars, Arrow).

USS Christmas is next at 8 p.m., Eastern. Moreover, this stars Jen Lilley (Snowkissed, Days of Our Lives), and Trevor Donovan (Two For The Win, 90210).

Deliver by Christmas is the final movie of the evening, airing at 10 p.m., Eastern. In addition, it stars Alvina August (Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, Nancy Drew), and Eion Bailey (Switched for Christmas, Once Upon a Time).

Catch Hallmark’s Family Christmas movies

Hallmark is known for its family movies. For Christmas In July 2021, they are airing several favorites that the family can sit down and enjoy together on July 4th!

A Blue Ridge Mountain Christmas airs at 6 p.m., Eastern. This stars Rachael Lee Cook (Cross Country Christmas), and Benjamin Ayres (Cranberry Christmas).

Holly & Ivy airs at 8 p.m. Eastern. Moreover, this stars Janel Parrish (Pretty Little Liars, Right In Front Of Me), Jeremy Jordan (Supergirl, Mix Up In The Mediterranean), and Marisol Nichols (Riverdale).

The Christmas Ring airs at 10 p.m., Eastern. In addition, this stars Nazneen Contractor (Star Wars Resistance, A Winter Getaway), David Alpay (The Vampire Diaries, The Tudors).

What About Christmas Waltz?

Fans of Hallmark’s Christmas Waltz, and those who still want to see it can breathe a sigh of relief. Hallmark’s Christmas In July will air the beautiful Lacey Chabert, and Will Kemp movie twice.

Christmas Waltz will air on Tuesday, July 13, at 9 p.m., and on Saturday, July 31, at 3 p.m., Eastern, on the Hallmark Channel. Subsequently, #Kempers and fans of the Michael Damian-directed film are still waiting for news on a sequel. Moreover, wouldn’t it be great if they choose Christmas in July to make that sort of announcement?

Lastly, Hallmark fans, are you getting excited for Christmas in July?

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