Six new Hallmark movies are coming to TV in January, including three new Wedding Veil films. (Image: Hallmark Media)

Countdown to Christmas may still be in full swing, but new Hallmark movies are coming to television in January. Six new films will premiere, including all three new Wedding Veil movies.

Fans were thrilled when Lacey Chabert announced on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Show that Hallmark was making three more movies in the Wedding Veil series. The original trilogy, which starred Chabert, Alison Sweeney, and Autumn Reeser, premiere, made its debut on Hallmark Channel in 2022. It was such a favorite among fans that Hallmark ordered three more movies.

New Hallmark movies

First up is The Dog Lover’s Guide to Dating, starring Rebecca Dalton and Corey Sevier. In the movie, Simon (played by Sevier) believes Chloe is the girl of his dreams, but can’t seem to win over her beloved pup. He enlists dog trainer Alex (Dalton) and soon finds himself wondering where his real connection might be.

Next up is The Wedding Veil Expectations. In the first of the three new movies, Avery (Chabert) and her husband, Peter (Kevin McGarry of When Calls the Heart), are in the midst of renovating an old house they have purchased. Avery has some exciting news to share with Peter but is waiting for just the right moment.

Meanwhile, Avery’s mother-in-law, Grace (played by Karen Kruper), reconnects with a former beau, and Peter has concerns. Between that, the pitfalls of remodeling and navigating the politics of having a new boss at the museum, Avery is lucky to have Emma (Autumn Reeser) and Tracy (Alison Sweeney), who offer support from afar as well as in person when they decide a video chat won’t suffice. When newlywed Tracy returns the antique wedding veil to Emma, the friends may find that they haven’t seen the last of its magic.

Autumn Reeser in The Wedding Veil Unveiled. The fifth movie in the series, The Wedding Veil Inspiration, is part of the Hallmark weekend schedule. (Image: Hallmark Media)
Autumn Reeser in The Wedding Veil Unveiled. The fifth movie in the series, The Wedding Veil Inspiration, is part of the Hallmark weekend schedule. (Image: Hallmark Media)

The Wedding Veil Inspiration

In The Wedding Veil Inspiration, Emma (Autumn Reeser) is teaching and working hard to prove she can step into the department chair role, as Paolo’s lace shop is about to open. On track with her life plan, Emma feels strongly that things fall into place before she and Paolo grow their family. As the couple navigates their busy work schedules, Emma bumps heads with the current chair of her department and starts questioning her life choices. With support from Paolo –- and perhaps a little help from the veil — will Emma find the courage to stop planning her life and start living it?

The Wedding Veil Journey

In The Wedding Veil Journey, Tracy (Sweeney) is now head of the auction house and Nick’s (Webster) restaurant is such a success, he’s looking at expanding. Their success comes at a cost, however, as it gives them little time to see each other. They agree to make time for their long-overdue honeymoon and head to Greece. When a travel delay costs the couple their hotel room, they get the opportunity to stay on a remote island nearby. Is it possible the veil is once again working its magic and bringing them exactly where they need to be?

Janel Parrish in the 2020 Hallmark Christmas movie Holly and Ivy. In an exclsuive interview with TV Cheddar, Parrish called her new Hallmark mystery high stakes and exciting. (Image: Hallmark Media)
Janel Parrish in the 2020 Hallmark Christmas movie Holly and Ivy. In an exclsuive interview with TV Cheddar, Parrish called her new Hallmark mystery high stakes and exciting. (Image: Hallmark Media)

New mystery movie

On Hallmark Movies and Mysteries, a new movie starring Janel Parrish and Niall Matter will premiere on January 8. In Family History Mysteries: Buried Past, Parrish plays Sophie McClaren, a genealogist who is an expert at digging up the past and bringing families together. When her close friend Jonathan (Morgan David Jones) urgently needs to find a bone marrow donor, it brings his twin brother (and Sophie’s old flame) Jackson (Matter), back into her life. With Jackson’s help, Sophie must use her skills to track down the brothers’ long-lost birth father, a man they never even knew existed, in time to save Jonathan’s life. Ultimately, growing closer to Jackson on this search gives Sophie the push to finally explore the mystery of her own adoption.

Glacier Park Romance

Finally, Glacier Park Romance, starring Ashley Newbrough and Stephen Huszar, will premiere on January 28.

According to a synopsis from the network, “Sparks fly when Hannah (Newbrough), an expert in avalanche forecasting, brings her new technology to Glacier National Park and faces pushback from the director of Mountain Rescue (Huszar), who relies more on intuition and common sense. Their dual approach brings more than forecasting to the forefront of their hearts.”

The Dog Lover’s Guide to Dating will premiere on Hallmark Channel on Saturday, January 1 at 8/7c.

The Wedding Veil Expectations will premiere on Hallmark Channel on Friday, January 7 at 8/7c.

Family History Mysteries: Buried Past will premiere on Hallmark Movies and Mysteries on Saturday, January 8 at 8/7c.

The Wedding Veil Inspiration will premiere on Hallmark Channel on Friday, January 14 at 8/7c.

The Wedding Veil Journey will premiere on Hallmark Channel on Friday, January 21 at 8/7c.

Glacier Park Romance will premiere on Hallmark Channel on Friday, January 28 at 8/7c.

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