A Look At The Hallmark Channel’s Streaming Service Hallmark Movies Now- IPTV Reviews

Hallmark Movies 2017

Holiday movie season is officially here, and no one does it better than Hallmark. With Hallmark Movies Now, you can get commercial-free streaming of some of your Hallmark favorites, including the Hall of Fame, original shows, and the holiday movies you love, all year long.

Plans and Pricing

You can choose to pay for your Hallmark Movies Now subscription monthly, at $5.99/month, or annually, at $59.99/year. The channel offers a one-week free trial before beginning a monthly or annual subscription.

Those with an Amazon Prime Video subscription also have the option of adding Hallmark Movies Now to their subscription for $5.99/month. Amazon also offers a one-week free trial before beginning a paid subscription.

Supported Devices

You can watch Hallmark Movies Now content on the following devices:

  • Roku
  • Apple TV
  • Amazon Fire TV
  • Android TV
  • Samsung Smart TVs
  • Chromecast
  • Sony Smart TVs
  • iPhone
  • iPad
  • Android
  • Fire Tablet
  • Windows 10 Devices

What You’ll Get

The commercial-free content on Hallmark Movies Now includes movies, series, and Hall of Fame favorites.

You’ll have the option to sort through the content by genre or category. In the series section, you’ll find shows that are currently airing and past seasons of some favorites like Heartland and Cedar Cove. In the Hall of Fame section, you’ll find movies and series featuring recognizable names. Look for Keri Russel, Amber Tamblyn, Zachary Levi, Mary Louise Parker, and more.

If Hallmark holiday movies are what you’re looking for, check out the movies section. Favorites from years past are on the list, along with new movies that have just been released this holiday season. Be sure to check out the New in December video for a preview of what you have to look forward to.

You can also scroll through the content by category on the Hallmark Movies Now Amazon channel where the options are separated by genre. Yes, there’s a category specifically for Christmas movies.

Under the Movies and Mistletoe category, you’ll find the full list of holiday movies available. Here’s the full list of those movies that are currently available:

  • An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving
  • A Season for Miracles
  • Christmas Miracle
  • The National Tree
  • A Family Thanksgiving
  • North Pole
  • Christmas Tail
  • A Dog Named Christmas
  • November Christmas
  • Miracle
  • A Fairytale Christmas
  • Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas
  • Broadcasting Christmas
  • Finding Father Christmas
  • Falling for Christmas
  • It’s Christmas, Carol!
  • Another Christmas Kiss
  • Angels in the Snow
  • Married by Christmas
  • Battle of the Bulbs
  • My Santa
  • Silver Bells
  • The Wishing Tree
  • The Spirit of Christmas
  • A Christmas Wedding Tail
  • A Cinderella Christmas
  • A Dogwalker’s Christmas Tale
  • A Perfect Day
  • Deck the Halls
  • Holiday Baggage
  • Naughty & Nice
  • Holiday in Your Heart
  • Noel
  • Marry Me for Christmas
  • Marry Us for Christmas
  • A Baby for Christmas
  • Merry Christmas, Baby!
  • A Nanny for Christmas
  • Jingle All the Way
  • St. Nick
  • Three Wise Women
  • The Case for Christmas
  • Dear Santa
  • Paper Angels
  • Lost Christmas
  • The Angel of Pennsylvania Avenue
  • Christmas Angel
  • Merry In-Laws
  • Gift of the Magi
  • Fallen Angel
  • Christmas in the Clouds
  • What I Did for Love
  • A Puppy for Christmas
  • Santa Claus
  • Off Season
  • I’ll Be Home for Christmas
  • Have a Little Faith
  • The Christmas Box
  • Saint Maybe
  • Anything But Christmas
  • Christmas Lillies of the Field
  • Christmas Town
  • The Night They Saved Christmas
  • Mary Mother of Jesus
  • My Santa, My Dad
  • The Note
  • Shadow Island Mysteries: The Last Christmas
  • Silent Night
  • Small Gifts
  • Timepiece
  • Unlikely Angel

With a low monthly cost and over 1,000 hours of content available, this an add on that’s well worth it for those who love Hallmark movies during the holiday season.

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