[09/29/10 - 06:10 AM]
It's Asymmetrical Warfare for Dummies When the Jolly Old Elf Accidentally Drifts Into a No-Fly Zone in 'The Santa Incident,' a Hallmark Channel Original Movie Premiering December 7 Ione Skye, Greg Germann, Michael McElhatton, Sean McConaghy and James Cosmo all star in the film.
[11/11/08 - 03:28 PM]
Hallmark Channel Rings in the Holidays with Six New Original Movies - More Than Ever Before and More Than Any Other TV Network The six original movies will air on consecutive Saturday nights between the Thanksgiving and new year holidays.
[03/26/08 - 09:06 AM]
Hallmark Movie Channel Launches in Hd April 2 with Major Event to Answer Question: 'Will It Play in Peoria?' The event will include
a screening of "The Magic
of Ordinary Days," a replication of the sets from "Son of the Dragon" and a visit from Emmy nominee David Carradine.
[12/18/07 - 12:54 PM]
Hallmark Channel Is #1 This Holiday Season The Hallmark Channel spins the numbers for Saturday, December 15.
[12/11/07 - 06:03 PM]
Hallmark Channel Delivers a Rare Hat Trick This Holiday Season with Original Holiday Movies Ranking #1 for Three Consecutive Weeks The Hallmark Channel spins the numbers for the week of December 3-9.
[12/04/07 - 05:50 PM]
Hallmark Channel Ranks #5 in Prime Time for Week of November 26 - the Network's Highest Week Ever The Hallmark Channel spins the numbers for the week of November 26-December 2.
[10/09/07 - 04:19 PM]
Hallmark Channel Begins Fourth Quarter on a High Note - Network Ranks #5 in Prime Time for Week of October 1 Plus: four new original holiday movies will premiere this season: "A Grandpa for Christmas" (11/24), "All I Want for Christmas" (12/1), "The Note" (12/8) and "Love's Unfolding Dream" (12/15).
[09/24/07 - 05:52 PM]
Emmy(R) Nominee Gail O'Grady Is Looking for the Perfect Man and Is Bringing the Nation Along for the Ride in 'All I Want for Christmas,' a Hallmark Original Movie Premiering December 1 Greg Germann and Robert Mailhouse also star in the film, which "suggests that what we wish for the most is often closer than we imagine."