How to Watch Hallmark’s New ‘Countdown to Christmas’ Movies This Weekend (11/3-5)

Three new movies are coming this weekend for Hallmark Channel’s 2023 Countdown to Christmas.

New movies debut at 8pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

The countdown to Christmas began in October.

Movies this weekend are:

  • Friday, November 3 – “An Address for Christmas”
  • Saturday, November 4 – “Never Been Chris’d”
  • Sunday, November 5 – “Santa’s Meeting”

New Hallmark Movies & Mysteries The Wonders of Christmas Movies debuts at 8:00 PM on Thursdays.

  • LIVE STREAM: Fans can watch Hallmark movies without cable on Philo (free trial), fuboTV (free trial), DirecTV Stream (free trial), Sling and Peacock

There will be 40 new movies – 31 during Countdown to Christmas and nine in Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Miracles of Christmas.

The weekend after Thanksgiving, six new Countdown to Christmas movies will debut – two each on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 24-26.

Here are the movie details this weekend:

Flipping for Christmas, 8pm Friday 3 November

Ashley Newbrough and Marcus Rosner star in “Flipping for Christmas,” debuting on Hallmark Countdown to Christmas on Friday, November 3, 2023. ©2023 Hallmark Media

Stars – Ashley Newbrough and Marcus Rosner

Plot – “With Christmas just around the corner, aspiring realtor/designer Abigail Jones (Newbrough) has no time for holiday cheer. Just landed a career-changing opportunity to represent DevelaCorp, the city’s largest real estate development company, busy Abigail is torn when her sister calls for help during the holidays with the “simple flip” of a recently inherited home.

“Abigail, buried in her work, reluctantly sets out to help the family, but is faced with a dilemma when she learns that the inherited house has a co-beneficiary, Bo (Rosner), an altruistic city contractor. Abigail has to sell the home for her sister, who needs the money to make room for her growing family, including their father, who has recently moved. Bo, on the other hand, wants to use the house as a bed and breakfast.

“As Abigail and Beau negotiate the pros and cons of each option, her holiday spirit is lifted as their collaboration leads to a newly revived sense of community. However, when Abigail unwittingly draws DevelaCorp’s attention to some local prime real estate, they bid to purchase the vacant land with the intention of renovating Bo’s beloved community.

“Abigail is devastated after revealing the impending sale to Bo, knowing she has ruined their budding relationship. As she sets out to break the deal and save the spirit of the local community, she discovers what is truly important in life – the love of family, friends and that special someone, especially during the holidays.”

Never Been Chris’d, 8pm, Saturday 4 November

Tyler Hines, Janelle Parrish and Pascale Lamott-Kipness star in “Never Been Chris’d,” debuting on Hallmark’s Countdown to Christmas on Saturday, November 4, 2023. ©2023 Hallmark Media

Stars – Janelle Parrish, Tyler Hines and Pascale Lamott-Kipness

Plot – “Besties since the womb, Naomi Long (Parish) and Liz Waite (Lamott-Kipness) have spent the last 36 years doing everything together — including launching a successful app and enjoying vacations in Hawaii. But when Naomi’s mother Linda (Linda Ko) convinces them to spend December in their hometown in Iowa – and then announces her plans to move in with her daughter – this holiday season promises to be interesting.

“However, when Naomi and Liz discover that their high school sweetheart Chris Silver (Hines) is back in town, it looks like this Christmas may have a ‘silver lining.’ In high school, Chris was out of their league, but now Naomi and Liz are elegantly powerful, and Chris—still very much their romantic ideal—can’t help but notice.

“But as Naomi and Liz enjoy a season of romantic Christmas activities with Chris, a complicated love triangle takes shape. As Naomi and Liz grow closer to Chris and take stock of themselves, they begin to question their friendship. Is their relationship holding them back? As two lifelong friends deal with Christmas, their families, their love triangle, and their work woes, they find decades of trouble surfacing and simmering tensions as they’re reminded that friendship can break our hearts, too.”

The Santa Summit, 8:00 p.m., Sunday, November 5

Hunter King, Adam Hurtig and Amy Groening in “The Santa Summit,” debuting Sunday, November 5, 2023, on Hallmark Countdown to Christmas. ©2023 Hallmark Media

Stars – Hunter King and Benjamin Hollingsworth

Plot – “Jordyn (King) and her two friends Ava (Amy Groening) and Stella (Stephanie C) decide to attend the Santa Meet, a holiday event where everyone wears their best Santa costumes and goes around town, for to participate in holiday activities.

“Ava insists her friends leave after realizing her crush Ben (Adam Hurtig) will be there. The three friends could use a night together to reconnect — with Jordin getting over a breakup and Stella in a work rut (and not in the vacation spirit), it’s been a while since they’ve been hanging out together. At the first stop, Jordyn meets Liam (Hollingsworth), another reveler in full Kris Kringle gear, but they’re quickly separated by a scuffle with Santa before exchanging names or numbers.

“Feeling a special connection and determined to find each other, Jordyn and Liam continue their search for each other, but are minutes apart in each location. As the night progresses, Jordyn and Stella try to convince Ava to take a chance and confess her feelings to Ben, Stella is prompted to help her regain her Christmas spirit in an unexpected way, and their adventure turns out to be a not-so-quiet night that they will never forget.

Stephanie C., Hunter King and Amy Groening in “The Santa Summit,” debuting Sunday, November 5, 2023, on Hallmark Countdown to Christmas. ©2023 Hallmark Media

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Philo is a streaming service that offers more than 60 live channels and more than 50,000 titles on demand for $25 a month. Philo has a free seven-day trial. Channels include AMC, A&E, MTV, BET, Discovery, VH1, Food Network, History, Nickelodeon, OWN, TLC, Lifetime, Hallmark, Paramount and TV One. Add-on packages include EPIX, STARZ and Movies & More. Philo can be viewed on web browsers, an Apple or Android mobile device, FireTV, Samsung Smart TV (2018+), Roku, GoogleTV and Chromecast via Android devices.

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FuboTV is a streaming service that offers more than 100 live and on-demand channels and includes a cloud DVR. FuboTV has a seven-day free trial. Channels include AMC, E!, HGTV, ESPN, NBC Sports, NFL Network, FS1, MSNBC, Food Network, Great American Living, Magnolia Network, Animal Planet, Bravo, FX, CMT, Comedy Central and Hallmark. The Pro plan is $69.99 per month, Elite is $79.99 per month, and Ultimate is $99.99 per month. Add-ons include EPIX, Showtime and Starz.

What is DirecTV Stream?

DirecTV Stream provides access to more than 100 channels, hundreds of on-demand titles, the ability to stream to three devices at once, and unlimited cloud DVR storage. Channels include ABC, HGTV, Hallmark, Bravo, BET, Discovery, Food Network, AMC, Animal Planet, CMT, Comedy Central, FX, ID, Disney, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon and PBS Kids. DirecTV offers the first three months of premium networks such as Max, Showtime, Starz, Cinemax and MGM+ for the first three months free. There are four packages ranging from Entertainment for $64.99 per month to Premier for $154.99 per month. The streaming service offers a five-day free trial.

What is SlingTV?

Sling’s streaming service is $40 per month for the Orange (31 channels) or Blue (41 channels) tiers. Premium subscribers can also get a month of Showtime, STARZ and EPIX for free. Channels include CMT, Bravo, BET, Comedy Central, A&E, AMC, Animal Planet, Discovery+, Hallmark, History, National Geographic, Lifetime, TLC and USA.

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Peacock plans start at $5.99 per month for Premium. The Premium Plus plan is $11.99 per month. Premium Plus includes ad-free content as well as your local NBC affiliate. Peacock includes more than 80,000 hours of content from NBC, Bravo and Telemundo, movies, TV shows, originals, sports and news.

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