The leaves are changing color and pumpkin spice will soon be back. That also means it’s time for Hallmark Channel’s Fall Harvest of romantic movies. The network’s beloved love-fest event returns with must-see Fall romances that are all but guaranteed to warm your heart.
From Saturday, September 11, through Saturday, October 16, these all-new, Hallmark Channel original movie premieres will invite you to immerse yourself in the coziness of Fall as you watch these cute couples fall in love. We’ve selected what we consider the 5 best new Hallmark movies for Fall. Which ones will you binge?
5 Best New Hallmark Movies for Fall
1. FLIRTING WITH ROMANCE
When a love advice author (Erinn Westbrook) crosses paths with a dating columnist (Brooks Darnell), an attraction begins to blossom into more. As both use strategies from their own playbooks to win over the other, is it possible that they’ve both met their match? Wink!
2. TAKING THE REINS
A writer (Nikki DeLoach) goes back to the family ranch to write an article about her passion for horses, and discovers what ended her marriage and why she stopped riding. 75% of the movie was filmed on location at Meadowbrook Farm in Connecticut, so you can bet there will be a lot of natural beauty. Also stars Scott Porter, Corbin Bernsen, and Janine Turner. Giddyap!
3. RAISE A GLASS TO LOVE
Aspiring Master Sommelier Jenna (Laura Osnes) returns to her family vineyard to study and is intrigued by the natural methods of the handsome new, Argentinian winemaker, Marcelo (Juan Pablo Di Pace). Master Sommelier Jennifer Huether consults and appears as herself in a cameo role. Cheers!
4. SOUTH BEACH LOVE
From New York Times Bestselling Author Caridad Piñeiro and Hallmark Publishing comes a story about rival quinceañeras, glorious Cuban cooking, friendship, family ties – and romance. Starring: Taylor Cole and William Levy. Yummy!
5. ROADHOUSE ROMANCE
Country music fan Callie (Lauren Alaina) is determined to continue her late grandfather’s legacy, but her family barbecue business is struggling. While TV director Luke (Tyler Hynes) is in town, he teaches her that sometimes it’s best to look forward instead of back. Yee-haw!
Want to watch these? Go to Hallmark Movies Now and let the sweet binge begin!
We’ve selected the 5 best new Hallmark movies for fall, and can’t wait to watch them with a pumpkin spice latte and fuzzy slippers.