GAF presents the list of 18 Christmas films that will be released

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Cable network Great American Family, which carries family-oriented content, announced that it will release 18 original Christmas movies as part of its “Great American Christmas” event that kicks off on October 21 with holiday movies that last all day and all night. night through the end of the year.

The new original movies will star actors Candace Cameron Bure, Daniel Lissing, Jen Lilley, Danica McKellar, Cameron Mathison, Merritt Patterson, Jill Wagner and many more, the network run by former Hallmark Channel boss Bill Abbott said.

“The expanded slate of 18 new titles represents a 50 percent increase in the network’s holiday movie offerings in year two and further establishes the brand as a destination for original holiday movies.”

Candy Rock Entertainment’s inaugural presentation, “Candace Cameron Bure Presents: A Christmas… Present,” features “Fuller House” actress Bure in her first Christmas original for Great American Christmas, it revealed.

In April, Deadline reported that Bure, who once reigned as the “queen of Hallmark Christmas movies,” had taken an executive role at GAC Media, where she will produce and star in religious and family content.

Candy Rock Entertainment is a joint venture between the actress and Redrock Entertainment and Bure is no longer appearing in any new Hallmark movies.

Here is a list of the full lineup:

1. “Destiny at Christmas”

October 22, 8 p.m. ET

Shae RobinsCasey Elliott

Official Description: “Kim and Theo meet in the middle of the Black Friday shopping frenzy, but there’s definitely a spark between them. When a power outage causes a panic at a store, the couple split up. With Christmas approaching, there should be plenty of distractions, but neither Kim nor Theo can forget each other. Both yearn to meet but how with so little information to continue? It will take a bit of Christmas magic and fate to get them back together.”

2. “Christmas Catering”

October 29, 8 p.m. ET

Merritt Patterson, Daniel Lissing

Official Description: “Jean Harrison, the perfectionist director of the renowned Harrison Foundation, hires a fledgling caterer, Molly Frost, to cater this year’s annual Christmas gala dinner. Things get messy when Molly falls in love. of Jean’s nephew Carson, 30, a photographer with no desire to take over the family foundation, until his aunt assigns him the task of making sure dinner is perfect.

3. “A real Christmas on ice”

November 5, 8 p.m. ET

Anna Marie Dobbins Jonathan Stoddard

Official Description: “Looking to escape his royal life, a handsome prince comes to the United States to start a business in a small town in upstate New York and ends up falling for a former Olympic ice skater.”

4. “Love in the Christmas Pageant”

November 6, 8 p.m. ET

Samantha Cope, Ross Jirgl

Official Description: “For as long as she can remember, Angie’s favorite part of Christmas has been the lighting of the Christmas Eve tree in the town square. But this Christmas, the first without her mother, Angie isn’t looking forward to celebrating…until learning that her mother had always dreamed of winning the annual tree decorating contest and seeing her tree light up in the town square, Angie realizes that winning the contest and decorating the town tree is the perfect way to honor her mother. What Angie doesn’t expect is her high school sweetheart, David, and her adorable daughter Gabby will also be in the contest.”

5. “A Merry Christmas Wish”

November 12, 8 p.m. ET

Jill Wagner Cameron Mathison

Official Description: “A New York advertising executive returns to her hometown to sell the family farm, but instead reconnects with her childhood friend and becomes involved in organizing the annual Winter Wonderland, which takes place on the property.”

(6) “My best friend’s Christmas”

November 13, 8 p.m. ET

breanne hill colton little

Official Description: “When a woman returns home to find her ex in a relationship, she enlists her best friend to act as her fake boyfriend for the holidays.”

7. “Christmas in Pine Valley”

November 19, 8 p.m. ET

Kristina Cole Andrew Biernat

Official Description: “Natalie is the owner of a successful farm and home goods store that attracts the attention of a major magazine. The magazine sends a reporter named Josh to profile Natalie’s business as a family business. Little does he know that Natalie herself runs the business with the help of old family friends. Knowing how much the item will help a struggling farm, Natalie must convince Josh that his ‘family’ and the holiday traditions are all real.”

8. “My favorite Christmas tree”

November 20, 8 p.m. ET

Emma Johnson Giles Panton

Official Description: “Kyla is a skilled genealogical researcher who has made a thriving business assembling family trees. When she finds new information about her mother’s mysterious extended family, Kyla and her sister travel to the charming town of Conifer, hoping to piece together her ancestry. The search leads Kyla to a multi-generational Christmas tree farm, its headstrong and handsome owner, and potentially, love.”

9. “Christmas at the drive-in”

November 25, 8 p.m. ET

Danica McKellar Neal Bledsoe

Official Description: “A property lawyer works to prove that her town’s drive-in theater, a local institution, isn’t closed for the holidays, finding romance with the very person who is trying to sell the property.”

10. “I’m glad it’s Christmas”

November 26, 8 p.m. ET

Jessica LowndesPaul GreeneGladys Knight

Official Description: “An aspiring Broadway singer is convinced to take on a small-scale production for the local Christmas celebration. Along the way, she finds hope and an unexpected mentorship toward the career of her dreams. But will her professional success come? at the cost of his chance to love?

11. “Candace Cameron Bure Presents: A Christmas Present…”

November 27, 8 p.m. ET

Candace Cameron Bure, Marc Blucas

Official Description: “Maggie and Eric are busy parents of teenagers who embark on a trip to Maggie’s widowed brother’s house to celebrate Christmas. They all have different expectations of the perfect holiday. Through a series of transformative events, Maggie learn to embrace the season.

12. “Christmas on Candy Cane Lane”

December 3, 8 p.m. ET

Andrea BarberDan Payne

Official Description: “Ivy struggles with the long shadow cast by her late mother, Muriel, Icicle Falls’ darling; director of Candy Cane Lane Lights Extravaganza, owner of The Christmas Haus, and former TV star adoringly known as the ‘Christmas ‘. Expert. This Christmas, a series of comical and mysterious events bring the town together in a masterstroke of perfection that only the ‘Christmas Maven’ could appreciate.”

13. “Happy B&B”

December 4, 8 p.m. ET

Jen Lilley Jesse Hutch

Official Description: “Renowned luxury travel blogger Tracey Moore is invited on a Christmas getaway in exchange for a review of a small-town B&B. Despite her initial reservations, she finds herself wanting to help the property …and falls in love with the handsome owner.” from her son, Graham, who helps her learn that every experience can be five-star when shared with kindred spirits.”

14. “Big Box Christmas”

December 9, 8 p.m. ET

Jennifer Freeman, Garrett Watson

Official Description: “Two exes finally reconnect when a snowstorm leaves them stranded in a superstore (with no cell service or Wi-Fi) just before Christmas.”

15. “A prince for the holidays”

December 10, 8 p.m. ET

Cindy Busby, Jilon VanOver

Official Description: “Madison, an aspiring musician, jokingly tells her overbearing family that she is dating the prince of a small European nation. The prank goes too far as her friend and co-worker, Sebastian, is forced to to pose as the prince while visiting his family in New Jersey. Little does Madison know that Sebastian is hiding a royal secret.”

16. “A Belgian Chocolate Christmas”

December 11, 8 p.m. ET

Jaclyn Hales Zane Stephens

Official Description: “A photographer takes her best friend’s place at a Belgian culinary school over the holidays and hooks up with the chocolatier who runs the class. As romance begins to blossom, the only problem is a case of mistaken identity. “.

17. “A brush with Christmas romance”

December 17, 8 p.m. ET

Jillian Murray Joseph Cannata

Official Description: “During the week leading up to Christmas, Charlotte tries to capture her own unique style in the local art scene while helping her mother run the family restaurant. Disheartened and struggling to find time for her art, Charlotte throws out her last Wyatt , a visiting artist, stumbled across his discarded work and is now using the festival’s exhibition to find its mysterious creator who has stolen his heart with his craft.”

18. “The Art of Christmas”

December 18, 8 p.m. ET

Brigitte KingsleyJoe Towne

Official Description: “After her latest gallery show literally goes up in flames, struggling artist Liv James takes a teaching job at a local elementary school to make ends meet. Through this reluctant career change, discovers his true self, a new sense of purpose and a surprising romance.”

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