Hallmark Channel

Who's Watching

12% Age 18-34
28% Age 35-54
60% Age 55+
30% Male
70% Female
21% College Grad
28% HH Income $30K-$49,999
16% HH Income $50K-$74,999
31% HH Income $75K+
74% Home Ownership Own
23% Children in HH At least 1
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Hallmark Channel’s programming shares the heart of the moment to spark emotional connections with viewers. From original series like Cedar Cove and Home & Family to original movies and Countdown to Christmas, Hallmark Channel is the nation’s leading destination in providing quality family programming delivering The Heart of TV.

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Featured Programs

  • Chesapeak Shores
  • When Calls the Heart
  • The Golden Girls
  • I Love Lucy
  • Hero Dog Awards
  • Cheers
  • Fraiser
  • Home & Family
  • Meet the Peetes
  • Good Witch

For more information on how to advertise on Hallmark Channel, contact your local Comcast Spotlight Representative.

*Please note network insertion dependent on market

Programming Highlights

Good Witch

Good Witch returns for more magical adventures in Middleton when season five premieres with a special, two-night event Sunday, June 9 and Monday, June 10 at 8:00 pm (ET) on Hallmark Channel. Based on the "The Good Witch" movie franchise, it is the most successful franchise in the network's history. Since the first movie premiered 11 years ago, Cassie Nightingale has become a character that Hallmark Channel viewers have fallen in love with and look forward to welcoming into their homes. Good Witch will continue to air weekly on Sunday nights through Sunday, July 6, and will take a brief holiday during Hallmark Channel's eagerly anticipated, annual "Christmas Keepsake" programming event July 12 - July 27. Season five continues Sunday, July 28, and will offer viewers new episodes each week through the season five finale on Sunday, August 18.

 

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