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Preview - Holiday Movies

Tune in for holiday movies every night at 9pm/8c on Hallmark Drama all season long!

Tune in for holiday movies every night at 9pm/8c on Hallmark Drama all season long!

After he sees a friend stealing chickens, John-Boy must decide whether to tell the sheriff.
An old beau of Olivia's, planning to run for office, comes to be a judge at the county fair.
An orphan boy's boasts of an upcoming minor-league tryout are thrilling the family except for John-Boy, who is feeling skeptical and left out.
Erin becomes attached to an orphaned fawn, despite the family's insistence that the wild animal must go.
Doc Baker is apprehensive when his new associate arrives.
Laura's stay in Arizona is soured by her failure to land a tutoring job.
Albert tries to duplicate the stunts of an aging daredevil.
Oleson is kidnapped by two bumbling crooks, and Mrs. Oleson refuses to pay the ransom.
Charles joins Isaiah Edwards in Chicago to claim the body of Isaiah's adopted son, reported killed in a street accident.
Nancy takes advantage of an obese new student who adores her.
Mrs. Oleson contracts for a franchise with a restaurant chain.
Snowbound on Christmas Eve, the Ingalls recall Christmases past.
A wild dog and a new boy with a stammer take a liking to James.
A pregnant Laura struggles alone to save a newly planted orchard from drought.
Charles leaves the farm to pursue a career as a cabinetmaker.
A granduncle pressures James and Cassandra to live with him.
Hester-Sue's former husband claims he has reformed his drinking and gambling ways and wants a reconciliation.
Isaiah Edwards returns to Walnut Grove a heavy drinker.
Doc Baker and Caroline help a woman about to give birth in an influenza-ridden camp.
When James is injured during a bank robbery, Charles and Mr. Edwards set out after the outlaws.
Neglecting family and work, Charles prays for a miracle to save the comatose James.
Charles sells the Little House to the Carters, the Wilders receive a visit from Almanzo's brother and niece.
Feeling responsible for her father's death, Jenny fights guilt and loneliness, Jeb battles his fear of water.
A town founder steps in to prevent Mrs. Oleson from turning Walnut Grove into a fiefdom of her own called Olesonville.