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Hallmark Channel’s “Christmas Keepsake” Event Coming July 3-12

Brandon Routh stars in The Nine Lives of Christmas. Photo Credit: Copyright 2014 Crown Media United States, LLC/Photographer: David Owen Strongman
Hallmark Channel will host a 24/7 holiday-themed lineup, showcasing the top-rated Christmas favorites, timeless classics, and a rare sneak peek at an upcoming Hallmark Channel Original holiday movie during the 2015 edition of “Christmas Keepsake,” a holiday extravaganza beginning Friday, July 3, 2015 at 2 p.m. ET/PT until Sunday, July 12 at midnight.

The programming slate will feature the network’s most beloved original holiday movies alongside fan favorites, including last year’s top cable movie of the year, Christmas Under Wraps, Debbie Macomber’s Mrs. Miracle, A Royal Christmas, The Nine Lives of Christmas, and many more. The “Christmas Keepsake” event will also feature a summer preview of the all-new Original World Premiere holiday 2015 movie, Family Christmas (wt), starring Lacey Chabert!

“Christmas is the most wonderful time of year on Crown Media Family Networks, and Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries are consistently the place for viewers who can’t get enough of our exclusive holiday programming,” said Michelle Vicary, Executive Vice President, Programming, Crown Media Family Networks. “That is why we can’t wait to bring our most celebrated and top-rated original Christmas movies and programs to viewers in July, to remind them of the magic of Christmas, and gift them with the holiday joy we all anticipate year after year.”

During “Christmas Keepsake,” holiday movie lovers will go behind the scenes of many of the new Christmas movies coming to Hallmark Channel beginning October 31. Hallmark Channel Original Movies for holiday will feature Northpole: Open For Christmas, The Secret Life of Mrs. Claus and more.

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