’Tis the season for Hallmark Christmas movies. The network’s legendary “Countdown to Christmas” celebration has officially begun with new holiday movies premiering every Friday, Saturday and Sunday this month.

Let’s take a look at the 16 new Hallmark Christmas movies coming to the network this month.

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‘Flipping for Christmas’

Ashley Newbrough and Marcus Rosner in ‘Flipping for Christmas.’
Ashley Newbrough and Marcus Rosner in “Flipping for Christmas.” | Hallmark

Stars: Ashley Newbrough, Marcus Rosner.

Summary: Overworked realtor Abigail (Newbrough) teams up with her sister to “flip” their newly inherited home. Their plans are complicated by Bo (Rosner), a handsome co-beneficiary who has his own ideas for the home.

Premieres: Friday, Nov. 3 at 6 p.m. MST.

‘Never Been Chris’d’

Tyler Hynes, Janel Parrish and Pascal Lamothe-Kipnes in ‘Never Been Chris’d.’
Tyler Hynes, Janel Parrish and Pascal Lamothe-Kipnes in “Never Been Chris’d.” | Hallmark

Stars: Janel Parrish, Pascal Lamothe-Kipnes, Tyler Hynes.

Summary: Childhood best friends Naomi (Parrish) and Liz (Lamothe-Kipnes) are both spending the holidays at home when they reconnect with mutual old high school crush Chris Silver (Hynes). A messy love triangle ensues, threatening their longtime friendship and forcing the ladies to reevaluate what is most important to them.

Premieres: Saturday, Nov. 4 at 6 p.m. MST.

‘The Santa Summit’

Rodrigo Beilfuss and Adam Hurtig in ‘The Santa Summit.’
Rodrigo Beilfuss and Adam Hurtig in “The Santa Summit.” | Hallmark

Stars: Hunter King, Benjamin Hollingsworth.

Summary: Hoping for a chance at new love and a fun evening out, three best friends — Jordin (King), Ava and Stella — participate in the annual Santa Summit, where groups dress up as Santa Claus and hop around town to eat, drink and be merry. Jordin meets Liam (Hollingsworth) at the start of the celebration and sparks fly but he does not have time to get his number. A chaotic search for love within a sea of Santas follows.

Premieres: Sunday, Nov. 5 at 6 p.m. MST.

‘Everything Christmas’

Cindy Busby in ‘Everything Christmas.’
Cindy Busby in “Everything Christmas.” | Hallmark

Stars: Katherine Barrell, Cindy Busby, Corey Sevier, Matt Wells.

Summary: Christmas enthusiast Lori Jo (Busby) roadtrips with her roommate, Tori (Barrell), to Yuletide Spring, a town where Christmas is celebrated year-round. During their journey, they meet Carl (Sevier) and Jason (Wells), a handsome duo who joins them on a slew of holiday adventures. But when a series of unfortunate events throws a wrench in their plans, the foursome relies on Christmas spirit to put them back on their way.

Premieres: Friday, Nov. 10 at 6 p.m. MST.

‘Christmas Island’

Rachel Skarsten and Andrew Walker in ‘Christmas Island.’
Rachel Skarsten and Andrew Walker in “Christmas Island.” | Hallmark

Stars: Rachel Skarsten, Andrew Walker.

Summary: During her first private flight from Switzerland to Christmas Island, Kate (Skarsten) is set back by a winter storm. In order to secure her job as a personal pilot, Kate must join forces with a charming air traffic controller (Walker).

Premieres: Saturday, Nov. 11 at 6 p.m. MST.

‘A Heidelberg Holiday’

Stars: Ginna Claire Mason, Frédéric Brossier.

Summary: Selling her handmade glass ornaments at the Heidelberg Christmas Market in Germany is a longtime dream for Heidi Heidelberg (Mason). When she receives the opportunity to do so, Heidi meets Lukas (Brossier), a local who helps her reconnect with her roots.

Premieres: Sunday, Nov. 12 at 6 p.m. MST.

‘Navigating Christmas’

Chelsea Hobbs in ‘Navigating Christmas.’
Chelsea Hobbs in “Navigating Christmas.” | Hallmark

Stars: Chelsea Hobbs, Stephen Huszar.

Summary: Newly divorced Melanie (Hobbs) and her son Jason travel to a remote island for the holidays. While there, they discover a real in-use lighthouse, where Melanie connects with a handsome yet gruff worker (Huszar).

Premieres: Friday, Nov. 17 at 6 p.m. MST.

‘A Merry Scottish Christmas’

James Robinson, Lacey Chabert, Scott Wolf and Kellie Blaise in ‘A Merry Scottish Christmas.’
James Robinson, Lacey Chabert, Scott Wolf and Kellie Blaise in ‘A Merry Scottish Christmas.’ | ©2023 Hallmark

Stars: Lacey Chabert, Scott Wolf.

Summary: A major family secret is discovered with estranged siblings Lindsay (Chabert) and Brad (Wolf) Morgan head to Scotland over Christmas to reunite with their mother, Jo.

Premieres: Saturday, Nov. 18 at 6 p.m. MST.

‘Holiday Hotline’

Michael Strickland, Cora Matheson and Emily Tennant in ‘Holiday Hotline.’
Michael Strickland, Cora Matheson and Emily Tennant in “Holiday Hotline.” | Hallmark

Stars: Emily Tennant and Niall Matter.

Summary: Sparks fly when Abby (Tennant) receives an anonymous call while working for a cooking hotline. The man behind the call was John (Matter), a single dad who is secretly smitten with Abby.

Premieres: Sunday, Nov. 19 at 6 p.m. MST.

‘Catch Me If You Claus’

Stars: Italia Ricci, Luke Macfarlane.

Summary: Aspiring news anchor Avery Quinn (Ricci) receives her big break at her news station’s Christmas morning news program. But when she catches a man dresses in a Santa costume (Macfarlane) breaking into her home, her work opportunity is threatened. The man claims to be Santa’s son and the pair begin a night of adventure whilst being pursued by an army of policemen.

Premieres: Thursday, Nov. 23 at 6 p.m. MST.

‘Letters to Santa’

Rafael de la Fuente and Katie Leclerc in ‘Letters to Santa.’
Rafael de la Fuente and Katie Leclerc in “Letters to Santa.” | Hallmark

Stars: Katie Leclerc, Rafael de la Fuente.

Summary: A pair of siblings are gifted a magic pen from Santa Claus, which they believe is able to grant wishes. What they want most for Christmas this year is for their separated parents (Leclerc, de la Fuente) to reunite. Can the pen make this Christmas wish come true?

Premieres: Friday, Nov. 24 at 4 p.m. MST.

‘Holiday Road’

Stars: Sara Canning, Warren Christie.

Summary: When a severe winter storm leaves a group of travelers — each with a unique background — stranded at the airport, the group agrees to rent a van and travel together to Denver. The journey brings a series of adventures and challenges along the way.

Premieres: Friday, Nov. 24 at 6 p.m. MST.

‘Christmas in Notting Hill’

William Moseley and Sarah Ramos in ‘Christmas in Notting Hill.’
William Moseley and Sarah Ramos in “Christmas in Notting Hill.” | Hallmark

Stars: Sarah Ramos, William Moseley.

Summary: Graham Savoy (Moseley) has always been too busy with his professional soccer career for love. But when he travels home to Notting Hill for the holidays, a visiting American (Ramos) with no clue who he is might just change Graham’s priorities.

Premieres: Saturday, Nov. 25 at 4 p.m. MST.

‘Haul Out the Holly: Lit Up’

Stars: Lacey Chabert, Wes Brown, Stephen Tobolowsky, Ellen Travolta, Melissa Peterman, Seth Morris, and Jennifer Aspen.

Summary: Emily (Chabert) and Jared (Brown) are excited to celebrate the holidays as a couple this year. Prepared to make the most of Evergreen Lane’s holiday spirit, Emily joins forces with Ned (Tobolowsky), Mary Louise (Travolta) and Pamela (Peterman). But when a house goes for sale on the street, chaos ensues and the competition heats up!

Premieres: Saturday, Nov. 25 at 6 p.m. MST.

‘Our Christmas Mural’

Stars: Alex Paxton-Beesley, Dan Jeannotte.

Summary: Single mom Olivia (Paxton-Beesley) is headed home for Christmas this year. Without asking, her mom enters Olivia in a mural contest. With help from a handsome local teacher (Jeannotte), Olivia creates a Christmas masterpiece.

Premieres: Sunday, Nov. 26 at 4 p.m. MST.

‘A Biltmore Christmas’

Bethany Joy Lenz in ‘A Biltmore Christmas.’
Bethany Joy Lenz in “A Biltmore Christmas.” | Hallmark

Stars: Bethany Joy Lenz, Kristoffer Polaha, Jonathan Frakes, Robert Picardo.

Summary: Screenwriter Lucy (Joy Lenz) is given the unique work opportunity to write the script for the remake of one of her favorite Christmas movies, “His Merry Wife!” The 1947 movie was filmed at the historic Biltmore House. In need of inspiration, Lucy travels to the Biltmore House where she discovers a way to travel to the film’s original film set.

Premieres: Sunday, Nov. 26 at 6 p.m. MST.