Pull on your favorite sweatshirt and curl up on the couch because every TDS TV and TDS TV+ customer is getting Hallmark Channel, Hallmark Drama, and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries included in their channel lineup in October!
If you’re never tried these channels, you’re in for a treat. During the day you can watch great classic shows such as Reba, Golden Girls, Little House on the Prairie, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, Monk, and Murder She Wrote (and more)—but we also can’t discuss Hallmark without talking about movies.
Every evening Hallmark shows one of their original movies, with a new premiere nearly every Saturday night of the year. Hallmark is known for heartwarming films where, even if the characters face a variety of odds, there’s always a happy ending (which the appeal!). Hallmark is especially famous for their Christmas ones—and you can even watch a few of them before the end of the month because Hallmark is rolling them out before Halloween
Fall and end-of-summer themed movies this month include “Love Strikes Twice” (Hallmark, October 2), “One Summer”, (Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, October 3), “South Beach Love” (Hallmark, October 9), “The Vows We Keep” (Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, October 10), and “Advice to Love By” (Hallmark, October 16).
New Christmas movies begin airing October 22 to get you in a holiday mood. Be sure to check out:
You, Me, & The Christmas Tree
Hallmark Channel, Oct. 22
Olivia is Connecticut’s resident expert on evergreens who, just days before the holiday, agrees to help Jack, a fourth generation Christmas tree farmer in Avon. A mysterious illness has befallen their firs, causing them to die out and threatening his family’s 100-year business. As Olivia tries to get to the root of the problem and extends her stay in town, she and Jack spend more time together and feelings begin to develop. Starring Danica McKellar, Benjamin Ayres, Jason Hervey
Boyfriends of Christmas Past
Hallmark Channel, Oct. 23
Leading up to Christmas, marketing executive, Lauren, is visited by the ghosts of four ex-boyfriends. She must learn to open her heart or risk losing her best friend, Nate. Starring Catherine Haena Kim, Raymond Ablack, and Paul Sun-Hyung Lee.
Christmas in My Heart
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, Oct. 23
Concert violinist Beth tutors the daughter of reclusive country music star Sean to prep her for the holiday concert. They are joined through the connective power of music. Starring Heather Hemmens, Luke Macfarlane, and Sheryl Lee Ralph.
But wait, there’s more! If you can believe it, there are at least five more Christmas movies premiering before the end of the month. Keep an eye out for “The Santa Stakeout”, “Christmas in Harmony”, “Coyote Creek Christmas”, “The Christmas Promise”, and “Christmas Sail”.
All in all, Hallmark has announced 41 (yes, 41), brand new movies for their 2021 Holiday schedule—starring big names including Bruce Campbell (yes, of Evil Dead fame), Leah Thompson, Christopher Lloyd, Kevin Nealon, Katee Sackhoff, and Kimberly Williams-Paisley.
You won’t miss any of them (and you can catch up on any you missed in previous years) by keeping Hallmark part of your TDS TV/TDS TV+ programming package. Give us a call to upgrade (1-888-225-5837) or visit TDStelecom.com.
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