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11 Hallmark Movies That Will Make You Believe in Romance Again

Welcome to the guilty-pleasure balm that is tailor made for your pandemic blues

Jen Lilley and Ryan Paevey star in the Hallmark Channel original movie Harvest Love

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En español | If you're looking to escape into a world where hope and love always prevail, look no further than Hallmark Channel movies. What began as a Christmas tradition has morphed into a year-round feel-good extravaganza with movies for every season. The perfect antidote to today's 24/7 news cycle, Hallmark movies are just the escape we're all looking for these days. We looked for the best of Hallmark's warm stories of small towns, old loves and new beginnings, and these 11 films are our favorites — and you can stream them all through the end of June.

Kiss at Pine Lake (2012)

Ready to relive your camp days and see what happens when you run into your summertime sweetheart as an adult? Star-crossed lovers Luke and Zoe rekindle their flame after running into each other 15 years later at Camp Pine Lake. Nothing brings two people together better than a moonlit campfire and fighting a big bad developer.

Where to watch: Hallmark Movies Now, Amazon Prime and Sling TV

SnowComing (2019)

If you like a side of sports with your romance, SnowComing brings former star quarterback Jake home to honor the retiring high school football coach. The coach's daughter Samantha just happens to be his jilted high school sweetheart. Can he help her save the beloved town library while also trying to save his own career?

Where to watch: Hallmark Movies Now, Amazon Prime, Sling TV and fuboTV

Love on the Slopes (2018)

Tag along with travel writer Alex as she faces her fears to tackle one extreme winter sport after the next. If you can't engage in your favorite winter sports right now, this will scratch the itch. Add one part mountains, one part adrenaline and two attractive people, and you've got the recipe for a love story that gets your heart pumping.

Where to watch: Hallmark Movies Now, Amazon Prime, Sling TV, Google Play, YouTube, Vudu, fuboTV


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Under the Autumn Moon (2018)

If ranches and cowboys are your thing, watch ambitious executive Alex rediscover her love of the great outdoors as she scouts out a location for her company's retreats. Romantic nights under the stars with a backdrop of autumn leaves will have you booking a dude ranch vacation before the final credits.

Where to watch: Hallmark Movies Now, Amazon Prime, Sling TV, Google Play, YouTube, Vudu, fuboTV

Harvest Love (2017)

You can pull on a big comfy sweater and pretend it's fall as you sink your teeth into this juicy story set in a pear orchard. Our widowed heroine Luna takes a break from her career as a surgeon to reconnect with her son. She'll connect with more than that when they head to her family's orchard for some R&R.

Where to watch: Hallmark Movies Now, Amazon Prime, Sling TV, Google Play, YouTube, Vudu, fuboTV

Love on a Limb (2016)

Every small town has that one old oak tree where residents have made memories. In the movies — as in real life — there's always someone threatening to take it down. Of course, in a Hallmark movie, he's a handsome landscaper. It's easy to root for do-gooder Aimie when she chains herself to the tree while trying to win over the landscaper.

Where to watch: Hallmark Movies Now, Amazon Prime, Sling TV, Google Play, YouTube, Vudu, fuboTV

Love Struck Café (2017)

The big bad developer is a common trope in Hallmark movies, but this one has an interesting twist — the architect trying to buy up land to build a commercial complex is homegrown. Forced to choose between her career and preserving her hometown, Megan also has to face the childhood boyfriend who broke her heart.

Where to watch: Hallmark Movies Now, Amazon Prime, Sling TV, Google Play, YouTube, Vudu, fuboTV

Heart of the Country (2013)

They say you can't go home again, but Faith has no choice after her husband is jailed for Wall Street fraud. From a life of luxury to living in her childhood bedroom in rural North Carolina, watch as she faces the father and sister she left behind and rediscovers who she really is.

Where to watch: Hallmark Movies Now, Amazon Prime, Sling TV, Google Play, YouTube, Vudu, iTunes

A Winter Princess (2019)

Everyone loves a good royalty-undercover love story, and this one flips the usual narrative on its head with a princess being the secret commoner. Carly — aka Princess Carlotta — is working incognito at a ski resort and teams up with the owner's attractive brother to plan the resort's 50th anniversary celebration turned fundraiser. Will she expose her identity to save the resort?

Where to watch: Hallmark Movies Now, Amazon Prime, Sling TV, Google Play, YouTube, Vudu, fuboTV

The Lost Valentine (2011)

Let's face it: You can never go wrong with Betty White. Throw in Jennifer Love Hewitt and you know you've got a hit. Caroline has spent 60 years waiting for her pilot husband, declared missing in action during World War II. TV reporter Susan can't imagine the ways her own life will change when she profiles Caroline for a Valentine's story.

Where to watch: Hallmark Movies Now, Amazon Prime, Sling TV, Google Play, YouTube, Vudu

Tulips in Spring (2016)

So much more here than just a woman leaving the big city to come home and save the family tulip farm. Our heroine, Rose, repairs her relationship with her father, staves off a saboteur, rediscovers her green thumb and, of course, falls in love. And the tulips — so many beautiful tulips!

Where to watch: Hallmark Movies Now (begins 6/1/20)

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