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Previewing Hallmark Channel’s Fall Harvest Original Premieres

Hallmark Channel’s Fall Harvest

Hallmark Channel never ceases to amaze me. With the arrival of each new season, they usher in a group of all-new originals. Having completed their summer campaign (and launched a new TV series, Chesapeake Shores), the network is looking towards their Christmas programming. But before they do, it is time for Hallmark Channel’s Fall Harvest TV premieres that are sure to enchant.

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This latest batch of films consists of three new stories and bookending it is a 2-hour film that pairs with their series, Good Witch (starring Catherine Bell). Last year, films such as Harvest Moon and October Kiss aired to audiences’ delight. This year, we have films involving apple orchards, pumpkin pies and the coziest of autumn’s favorites.

This is easily an appropriate way to describe Hallmark Channel and their programming. Each of them is like your favorite cozy sweater or cup of mocha that leaves you feeling at home. So, as we take a look at the Hallmark Channel’s Fall Harvest premieres, grab a warm beverage, sit back and prepare to spend your fall evenings in – because you won’t want to miss these.

Hallmark Channel’s Fall Harvest Preview

1. Love on a Limb

Premiered October 1stHallmark Channel’s Fall Harvest

Ashely Williams (who is – fun fact, Kimberley Williams-Paisley’s sister, star of Father of the Bride) stars in this first title. It’s about a woman who takes on the task of preserving a tree that has become a town landmark. Marilu Henner also stars.

2. Autumn in the Vineyard

Premieres October 8thHallmark Channel’s Fall Harvest

Set in wine country, this follows Rachel Leigh Cook’s character, Frankie as she is forced to work with the one man she detests. Following an embarrassing scene from their past (in front of the whole town no less!), Frankie and Nate must work together in order to preserve the dream they both harbor.

3. Pumpkin Pie Wars

Premieres October 15thHallmark Channel’s Fall Harvest

The feud between two bakers intensifies when their children take up the mantle. Naturally, romance blossoms between the pair which threatens the annual competitive bake-off.

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4. Good Witch: Secrets of Grey House

Premieres October 22ndHallmark Channel’s Fall Harvest

Reprising their roles as Cassandra and Grace, Catherine Bell and Bailee Madison return as the magical mother-daughter duo with this all-new installment.

What will you be watching from Hallmark Channel’s Fall Harvest October Premieres? Do you have a favorite fall-themed original from a prior Hallmark line-up? Comment down below with your thoughts. I’d love to read them.

Photos: Hallmark Channel / Crown Media

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By on October 3rd, 2016

About Rissi JC

Rissi is a self-diagnosed Bookaholic and TV fandom addict. She’s currently an avid blogger and reader who enjoys interacting with readers, and often dreams about finishing her first novel. When not writing or reading, she can be found working as an INSPYs advisory board member or contributing to e-zines. Her scribbles are housed on her blog Finding Wonderland (https://www.rissiwrites.com).

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2 thoughts on “Previewing Hallmark Channel’s Fall Harvest Original Premieres”

  1. Just watched Hallmark’s Pumpkin Pie Wars movie. I thought it was heartwarming! I especilly liked that it wasn’t cheesy. It had a realistic script, genuine characters, message of forgivness and love conquers all. A breath of fresh air and break from the madness of this election. THANK YOU Hallmark, Cast/Crew and Sponsers! ☆☆☆☆☆

    • Ahhh! I’m so excited to read this – especially to know it’s a genuine story with a message. Thanks for sharing. I wanted to see “Pumpkin Pie Wars,” but wasn’t able to. I’ll watch for it some other time. 🙂


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