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Hallmark Channel announces Christmas in July 2021 schedule

by Sarabeth Pollack   6/7/21    FANSIDED

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Summer might be upon us, but don’t let the warm weather fool you because it’s time for Hallmark’s annual Christmas in July celebration. The fun begins on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries on June 25 and carries over to the Hallmark Channel on July 9 with holiday programming that will last through the end of the month. Thanks to the Crown networks, you’ll have the little bit of Christmas you need to power through the summer.

Each day of the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries celebration is tied to a theme, running June 25 to July 8. Then, every weekend of the summer Christmas celebration on the Hallmark Channel is tied to a theme starting July 9, celebrating movies from the previous year, movies featuring soap stars and some of the most memorable Christmas movies from Hallmark’s impressive library.

There’s even a brand new Christmas movie, Crashing Through the Snow, set to premiere on July 9 on the Hallmark Channel.

Complete schedule for Hallmark Channel’s Christmas in July 2021

Christmas programming will run June 25 through July 9 on Hallmark’s family of networks. Here’s a list of the themes, and you can check your local listings for programming on each individual day.

Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Highlights:

Blake Shelton Night (Monday, June 28), featuring all of the holiday movies with Blake Shelton as the executive producer. Titles include Time for Me to Come Home for Christmas, Time for You to Come Home for Christmas, and Time for Us to Come Home for Christmas.

Holiday Jam Session! (Friday, July 2) will be a wonderful night filled with films that celebrate the songs of the holiday season, including Our Christmas Love Song, The Christmas Bow and Christmas at Graceland.

Salute to Christmas (Saturday, July 3) honors the men and women first responders who protect our country with movies that include The Christmas Doctor, USS Christmas and Deliver by Christmas.

Family on the 4th! (Sunday, July 4) celebrates family holiday movies with hits like A Blue Ridge Mountain Christmas, Holly & Ivy and The Christmas Ring.

Hallmark Channel:

2020 Movie Marathon (July 10-11), featuring all of the beloved hits from the 2020 holiday season.

Soap Sunday (July 18) celebrates the many soar stars that have appeared in Hallmark Christmas movies, including Cameron Mathison, Alison Sweeney, Jesse Metcalfe and Victor Webster.

Countdown to Christmas Greatest Hits (July 24-25) will celebrate the biggest movies of all with such hits as Crown for Christmas, The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, Christmas Under Wraps and The Nine Lives of Christmas.

As soon as Hallmark’s summer holiday celebration wraps up, the countdown begins again as fans await the official kickoff to Christmas in the fall.

Source:    https://culturess.com/2021/06/06/hallmark-channel-announces-christmas-july-2021-schedule/

 

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