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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!

A flat tire leaves Olivia and her two youngest stranded in a bear-inhabited forest.
Suspecting that he may be adopted, Jim-Bob investigates the circumstances of his birth and uncovers a long-hidden family secret.
Grandpa's decision not to attend a war veterans reunion puzzles the family.
Grandpa is suspicious of a runaway that John-Boy has taken in.
Monica is placed in a mental institution and must undergo a psychiatric evaluation when no one believes shes an angel.
Monica is assigned to help a man who has been in a coma for five years, face the fact that the circumstances of his life are irrevocably changed.
Snobbish Mrs. Oleson packs up her family and joins the Ingalls on a weekend campout.
Laura and widow Snider use the old jealousy ploy to get the dates they want for the dance.
Charles needs a loan from a hardhearted banker.
A white woman who grew up among the Indians finds a kindred soul in Sully, Jakes appeal to Dorothy's heart bothers Loren.
Mike works very closely with Rev. Johnson to find homes for orphans who come to town.
Mike and Sully spy on buffalo soldiers who are seeking to engage the Cheyenne.
Matthew needs money, and bets he can get it by learning high-stakes poker from a cardsharp.
Suspecting that he may be adopted, Jim-Bob investigates the circumstances of his birth and uncovers a long-hidden family secret.
Grandpa's decision not to attend a war veterans reunion puzzles the family.
Grandpa is suspicious of a runaway that John-Boy has taken in.
A terminally ill widow must find a home for her three children in the short time she has to live.
Charles must find a home for three children whose mother has died.
Laura and a school chum find flecks of shiny metal at their fishing hole.
Laura and Mary gamble Sunday school funds to obtain a Bible for Reverend Alden.
Mr. Edwards wants to make a hunter out of an adopted son who hasn't the stomach for killing.
A woman (Brooke Nevin) faces opposition from her estranged father (John Schneider) when she plans to sell the family's dance studio.
John-Boy fears that he is responsible for a fire that has gutted the home.