The best autumn Hallmark movies to get you ready for fall. (Image: Hallmark Media)

We’ve compiled a list of the best autumn Hallmark movies to get you in the mood for fall. If you’re ready for pumpkins, falling leaves, and romance, these classics are just what you need.

Best Autumn Hallmark Movies

1. Harvest Love (2017)

Harvest Love (Image: Hallmark Media)
Harvest Love (Image: Hallmark Media)

This classic romance stars Jen Lilley as a widow who takes her son to spend a week at her family’s pear farm in Washington state. Paevey plays the farm’s absurdly handsome manager. They fell hard for each other. There are many beautiful shots of autumn foliage. We highly recommend this movie.

2. Love, Fall & Order (2019)

The best autumn Hallmark movies. Love, Fall & Order. (Image: Hallmark Media)
Love, Fall & Order (Image: Hallmark Media)

This movie stars Hallmark favorites Erin Cahill and Trevor Donovan. Cahill plays a woman who leaves the city and goes home to help her dad save the annual Fall Fest on the family’s pumpkin farm. When she gets there, she finds herself face-to-face with a very handsome rival (played by Donovan).

3. Moonlight in Vermont (2017)

New Hallmark movie starring Lacey Chabert in production. What's on Hallmark this weekend. Lacey Chabert stars in Moonlight in Vermont
Moonlight in Vermont (Image: Hallmark Media(

Lacey Chabert stars as Fiona, a New York City high-end real estate broker who gets dumped by her boyfriend and heads to her family’s quaint Vermont Inn to nurse her broken heart.

When her ex-boyfriend shows up with his new girlfriend, Fiona tries to make him jealous by pretending the inn’s handsome head chef, Derek (played by Chesapeake Shores star Carlo Marks), is her new boyfriend.

4. Under the Autumn Moon (2018)

What's on the Hallmark schedule this weekend? The Hallmark movie Under the Autumn Moon.
Under the Autumn Moon (Image: Hallmark Media)

Lindy Booth and Wes Brown star in this movie about an ambitious executive who convinces her boss that a picturesque ranch would be perfect for their company retreats.

He agrees to let her check it out but her plan hits a snag when the owner, a charming cowboy played by Wes Brown, refuses to sell unless she can promise to preserve its history.

She is enjoying the magic of the ranch when her boss shows up eager to close the deal.

5. October Kiss (2015)

The list of best autumn Hallmark movies includes October Kiss. (Image: Hallmark Media)
October Kiss. (Image: Hallmark Media)

In October Kiss, Ashley Williams plays Poppy, a nanny hired by work-obsessed widower Ryan (played by Sam Jaeger). Through a series of adventures, Poppy teaches Ryan and his children that love and family are the most important things in life.

6. Pumpkin Everything (2022)

Corey Sevier and Taylor Cole will star in the new Hallmark movie Pumpkin Everything
Pumpkin Everything (Image: Hallmark Media)

Based on the novel by Beth Labonte, Pumpkin Everything tells the story of an up-and-coming novelist (played by Taylor Cole) who must return home to look after her grandfather (played by Michael Ironside) after he has an accident. Though she has an aversion to all things pumpkin spice, she ends up helping him run his pumpkin-themed store.

While helping out, she runs into her former boyfriend, played by Corey Sevier.

7. Autumn in the Vineyard (2016)

The list of best autumn Hallmark movies includes Autumn in the Vineyard, starring Brendan Penny. (Image: Hallmark Media)
Autumn in the Vineyard (Image: Hallmark Media)

Brendan Penny and Rachael Leigh Cook star as two people who inherit the same vineyard and split it right down the middle.

While they both work their half of the vineyard, they also try to prepare for the upcoming Best Wine competition at the annual Autumn Harvest Festival. The requisite sparks fly.

8. Autumn Dreams (2015)

The list of best autumn Hallmark movies includes Autumn Dreams. (Image: Hallmark Media)
Autumn Dreams. (Image: Hallmark Media)

In Autumn Dreams, Jill Wagner and Colin Egglesfield play high-school sweethearts Annie and Ben. As teenagers, they eloped and headed to the big city to pursue their dreams.

But her parents have the marriage annulled and Annie stays in Iowa while Ben heads to New York. Fifteen years later, as Annie prepares for her wedding, she finds out that the annulment was never finalized.

Annie and Ben reunite to make their divorce legal but find themselves reminiscing about what could have been if they had stayed together. As romantic feelings resurface, Annie and Ben must decide if their past love could also be their destined future.

9. Autumn in the City (2022)

Aimee Teagarden stars in the new Hallmark movie Autumn in the City
Autumn in the City (Image: Hallmark Media)

Aimee Teagarden plays Piper, a woman who moves to New York City for a fresh start and to find her passion. As she works a variety of temp jobs to pay the rent, she explores different parts of the city and eventually meets Austin (played by Evan Roderick), an aspiring writer trying to emerge from the shadow of his famous journalist mother.

According to a synopsis from Hallmark, “While Piper’s sunny optimism is at odds with Austin’s jaded personality, the magic of the autumn season soon brings them closer together. When Piper realizes her true passion is illustration, they decide to team up on a children’s book project, and in the process, discover what they’re really searching for just might be each other.”

10. Falling For Vermont (2017)

The list of best autumn Hallmark movies includes Falling For Vermont. (Image: Hallmark Media)
Falling For Vermont (Image: Hallmark Media)

In Falling For Vermont, Julie Gonzalo plays a successful author who develops amnesia when she crashes her car in a small town. Benjamin Ayres plays the handsome local doctor who offers up his guest house until her memory returns.

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