The real magic of TV romance doesn’t amp up until the end of July (aka more new NON-Christmas romance), so we’ll be back to chat about it, but in the meantime, I have something else to share. If the whole Christmas in July thing is your jam (given this is a thing every year, I know I’m in the minority – but really, October – December is MORE than enough Christmas for me), you’ll love this Hallmark new Christmas in July premiere!TUNE INTO HALLMARK FOR CHRISTMAS IN JULY AND [AN] UPTV ROMANCE #HALLMARKIES #CHRISTMASINJULY #MOVIES #ROMANCE #CLEANROMANCE Click To Tweet
Beyond this debut, there’s really nothing else fun to talk about (until we come back to our usual monthly schedule features at the end of the month). However, if you’re into festive movies, you may enjoy this one and UPtv also has one new romance making its debut in July, too. So, let’s look at the one movie that is the Hallmark new Christmas in July title.
1: CRASHING THROUGH THE SNOW – JULY 10
Amy Acker (from A Nutcracker Christmas) returns to the Hallmark Christmas movie lineup in this title that sounds, interesting to say the least. Acker plays a women who has always been friends with her ex “first.” So, when her ex’s new girlfriend invites her on their family trip, she agrees to spend it with her kids. Of course, there’s some new romance too, but all in all, aside from not being a Christmas in July viewer, I have to say, from Hallmark, this one sounds unlike my cup of tea.
In addition to this new Crashing Through the Snow (July 10) debut, you can also catch other Countdown to Christmas encore showings of various Hallmark films. These include favorites from Candace Cameron Bure and Lacey Chabert, plus others! Just check the Hallmark’s website for specific times.
Also from UPtv, you’ll be able to see the following title in July.
1: LOVE IN WHITBROOKE – JULY 18
A woman returns home (played by Hallmark favorite Brittany Bristow) for a work project only to rediscover a love of painting and maybe love, too!
There you go! There’s the two romances making their debut on Hallmark and UPtv, respectively. Are you excited about either one? Do you like Christmas movies any day of the year? What do you think of Amy’s new Christmas movie? Comment all of your thoughts below!