List of Hallmark Movies and Series on Netflix 2017

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List of Hallmark Movies on Netflix

It’s the holidays! It’s the best time of the year! Christmas commercials are on, you’re shopping for turkey, and everything just feels special. With the holidays comes a long-standing tradition of watching sappy movies that tug at your heartstrings and just make you feel all gooey inside. And we all know the king to which all movies must bow down to in the area of  ‘make you feel all mushy inside’ is the Hallmark movie.

While Netflix does have a few Hallmark titles available, the selection is paltry. We’ll take a look at what Netflix currently has to offer and where you can find the other Hallmark movies/series.

Note: This list only covers Netflix US.

What happened to the selection?

Until fairly recently, we had quite a few Hallmark movies to choose from on Netflix. But when they launched their own streaming options with Hallmark Everywhereand Hallmark Movies Now, they took most of their titles with them. But don’t despair. There are still plenty of ways you can get your fix this holiday season and you don’t even need cable.

Full list of Hallmark Movies on Netflix 2017

Currently, there are a few Hallmark titles currently streaming as of November 19th, 2017.

Pete’s Christmas

A 14-year-old boy named Pete had the worst Christmas day ever and wakes up to find he must repeat the day again and again until he gets it right.

When Calls The Heart

Leaving behind her upper-crust city roots, a woman journeys west in the 1900s to become a teacher in a small mining community.

Cedar Cove

Hallmark Channel’s first original prime-time series, Andie MacDowell stars in this drama about the life of a judge in a scenic coastal village.

Good Witch

Raising her daughter in a small town, an enchanting widow with magical powers provokes the interest of a sceptical big city doctor.

The Hunters

Based on the graphic novel Mirror Mirror, this movie explores what would happen if mythical artefacts (like Cinderella’s slippers) were real and protected by a secret society.

Dear Dumb Diary

With the help of her two best friends, young Jamie Kelly navigates the perils of middle school, mean girls, and boys.

Mariah Carey’s Merriest Christmas

Pop music superstar Mariah Carey hosts this all-star holiday celebration with special guests and a celebrity reading of The Night Before Christmas.

Other Streaming Options

I know your first stop will be Netflix. They do have some titles available and I’ll list them for you in this article. But what if you want more? If you have a cable or satellite subscription that includes The Hallmark Channel, you can stream Hallmark’s Christmas movies for free via the Hallmark Channel Everywhere app.

Other options:

Most of us these days are cutting the cord but that doesn’t mean you’re left out in the cold. There are still plenty of options to get those comforting movies that you love.


Hallmark is available for streaming even if you don’t have cable or satellite. Sling TV has added the Hallmark Channel to its Lifestyle Extra add-on, available with its Orange and Blue services. This means you can watch Countdown to Christmas as well as all the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Christmas movies. You can sign up on the web or by using the app on your streaming device.

Hallmark Movies Now

If you’re ok with not streaming the newest Hallmark Christmas movies, there’s another option for you. It’s called Hallmark Movies Now and it works with Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, iOS devices and Android devices. There is a 7-day free trial and it ranges from $2.99 to $5.99 a month. It has a large selection of Christmas movies, including Hallmark Hall of Fame movies. That’s not too bad for just the holiday season.

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Cheryl has written for What’s on Netflix for over three years. She’s a confessed streaming addict and also runs a Netflix based community on Facebook with over 10,000 users. Cheryl specializes in documentaries and covers weekly additions for the US in addition to breaking news stories. She is the Weekend Editor for What’s On Netflix. Cheryl resides in Virginia, USA.