7 Hallmark Christmas 2020 Movies That Should Get a Sequel
If the lineups across Hallmark Channel and Movies & Mysteries show us anything, it's that they're not hurting for content. Each year, there are somewhere between 30 and 40 original films that bring a little rom-com goodness to the holidays (or rather, a lot of holidays to a romantic comedy).
But while we oftentimes see some familiar faces (Candace Cameron Bure, Lacey Chabert, and Tyler Hynes are among those we expect to see every year), we only rarely revisit some of the characters and stories. And so to celebrate the holidays, we're taking a look at just that for the 2020 offerings. Whether it's to find out what's next for a main couple (like in Chateau Christmas) or to see more of the secondary love story (One Royal Holiday), we fell in love with these worlds too much to see them end.
So scroll down for our picks for the Hallmark movies that need sequels. (Note: This list doesn't include already-existing franchises like Christmas in Evergreen, A Godwink Christmas, and ... Come Home for Christmas.)