This year's Hallmark fall movie lineup is full of fan favorites as well as several highly-anticipated new releases to help get you in the mood for the changing season. To ensure you catch these Hallmark classics, we've compiled a list of the highest-rated fall-themed movies based on viewer ratings and reviews. Whether you're looking for suspense, drama, or the beloved romantic comedy, we've got you covered!
Catch your favorite actors in these flicks that combine love and romance with everyone's favorite autumn trends, including fall festivals, baking competitions, farming, and wedding planning. Catch these films and take an epic journey to a small-town inn, Yosemite National Park, a picturesque ranch, an exquisite vineyard, or a pear orchard. You'll help Rachael Leigh Cook prepare for a harvest festival, bake cupcakes with Nikki DeLoach, make a fashion statement with Jaicy Elliot, compete for love with Jonathan Bennett, and plan a wedding with Lacey Chabert.
So, make yourself a warm cup of apple cider, dig your cozy sweaters out of the closet, and get ready to "Fall into Love" alongside your favorite Hallmark actors. You'll find a delightful mix of romance and pumpkin spice in each of these fall movies that viewers love to watch time and time again.
Romance in Style (2022)
With a whopping 84 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, Romance in Style is a refreshing story about a fashion designer who inspires a publishing mogul to include plus-sized clothing in his magazine. Viewers love that the movie prioritizes its message over the love story without pushing it too hard.
Fans love the chemistry between the two main characters and the body positivity used throughout the storyline. The film stars Jaicy Elliot, best known for her role on Grey's Anatomy.
Wedding of a Lifetime (2022)
Wedding of a Lifetime is another fall favorite that struck a chord with Hallmark fans. Earning an 83% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the movie follows two exes after they get entered into a nationally televised contest competing for the wedding of their dreams.
Viewers who raved about the film loved its fresh storyline and comedic dialogue. Jonathan Bennett, best known for playing Aaron Samuels in Mean Girls, truly shows off his versatility in this romantic comedy. Starring alongside Brooke D'Orsay, the two have believable chemistry, making it a must-see this fall.
A Harvest Wedding (2017)
If you're an avid Hallmark viewer, you're probably familiar with the leads in A Harvest Wedding. Jill Wagner and Victor Webster star opposite each other in this film which earned a 76% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Wagner plays a wedding planner from New York who gets hired to plan a quickie wedding in her hometown, where she runs into her "first love." Despite having the recognized formulaic storyline Hallmark is known for, viewers still call A Harvest Wedding a major hit!
All of My Heart: The Wedding (2018)
Whether or not you've seen the first two movies in the All of My Heart trilogy, you'll certainly enjoy All of My Heart: The Wedding. The film continues the love story of Jenny and Brian that began in the original 2015 movie and the sequel, All of My Heart: Inn Love.
It stars Hallmark regulars Lacey Chabert and Brennan Elliott. Many viewers consider this movie the best of the three, as the storyline throws various obstacles at the couple while planning their nuptials.
Love in the Limelight (2022)
If you were ever a boy band fanatic, then Love in the Limelight is a must-see! Receiving a 71% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the movie follows a different path than most made by Hallmark. After being pen pals for years, Summer debates whether or not to meet a former boy band singer when he performs in her hometown.
The film stars real-life married couple Alexa and Carlos PenaVega, a fact that may have contributed to their on-screen chemistry. Viewers who like the film enjoyed its immigrant storyline, the fantastic music, and all of the gushy romance.
Dating the Delaneys (2022)
Another highly rated fall favorite from Hallmark is Dating the Delaneys, which follows three generations of women navigating the dating scene. It stars network favorites Rachel Boston and Paul Campbell, who practice dating each other after Boston's character considers looking for love again after her divorce.
Viewers love the banter between Boston and Campbell. The film's use of puns, while corny, adds to the humor and will appeal to those who enjoy dad jokes. This movie will surprise you, and before you know it, you'll be rooting for all the couples to get together in the end.
Truly, Madly, Sweetly (2018)
Truly, Madly, Sweetly offers another classic Hallmark storyline starring popular network actors Nikki DeLoach and Dylan Neal. DeLoach plays a cupcake business owner who crosses paths with a finance manager after a longtime customer leaves her a building in their will.
Viewers rave about the movie's autumn vibes and delicious-looking baked goods. In addition to the incredible chemistry between the main characters, fans also loved seeing familiar faces and the film's heartwarming story.
Under The Autumn Moon (2018)
Under The Autumn Moon delivers one of Hallmark's most popular narratives about a big-city gal who ends up on a ranch where she crosses paths with a charming cowboy. Starring Lindy Booth and Wes Brown, the film offers picturesque fall scenery and horses galore.
Viewers enjoyed the romance between the main characters, as well as the secondary couple. They credit an unexpected twist and a fantastic supporting cast that makes this movie stand out among others by Hallmark.
Autumn in the Vineyard (2016)
If ranches don't appeal to you, then perhaps the grape fields of Autumn in the Vineyard will. Starring Rachael Leigh Cook, best known for the nineties cult classic, She's All That, this film is a charming adaptation of the book of the same name by Marina Adair.
Cook plays Frankie, who has shared ownership of a vineyard with her ex Nate, played by the handsome Brendan Penny. A rivalry forms when they each enter a wine competition at the annual Autumn Harvest Festival. Viewers found their chemistry believable and were captivated by the love-hate relationship they developed.
Harvest Love (2017)
Ever wonder what happens when two soap opera stars take on a Hallmark movie? Find out in Harvest Love, starring Jen Lilley of Days of Our Lives and Ryan Paevey of General Hospital.
Lilley plays a widowed surgeon who falls for a farm manager while visiting a pear orchard. This feel-good film hit the nail on the head for many Hallmark fans and is now considered an autumn classic.
Marry Me in Yosemite (2022)
Those looking for a more adventurous nature film should check out Marry Me in Yosemite. Starring Cindy Busby and Tyler Harlow, the movie takes place at the famous Yosemite National Park.
Busby plays a photojournalist who sets out on an incredible journey with her tour guide, played by Harlow. Viewers loved the park's scenery and historical perspective.
Harvest Moon (2015)
If you love Hallmark's popular narrative that sticks city people in the country, Harvest Moon is another classic to add to your list. Jessy Schram plays a privileged city gal who gets stuck helping a struggling pumpkin farm after her family goes broke. A conflict arises between her and the farm's manager, played by Jesse Hutch, when she starts making changes in hopes of selling the farm for profit.
Viewers who enjoyed Harvest Moon found that Schram's charm and acting made this movie worth seeing. It's a feel-good film that will leave you wanting more!
Pumpkin Everything (2022)
Anyone needing help getting into the fall season should watch Pumpkin Everything, starring Taylor Cole and Corey Sevier. Cole plays a successful novelist who runs into her high school boyfriend after returning to her hometown to visit her grandfather.
Viewers loved the grandfather's character, played by veteran actor Michael Ironside. His pumpkin-themed store will surely get you in the mood for everything autumn offers!
Autumn in the City (2022)
Hallmark fans looking for a break from movies set out in the country will certainly enjoy Autumn in the City. Aimeé Teegarden, best known for her character on Friday Night Lights, plays Piper, who is determined to discover her passion. As she bounces from one job to another, she crosses paths with Austin, played by Evan Roderick, an aspiring children's book author.
Fans of Autumn in the City love the chemistry between the two actors and the narrative's message never to give up. While there is little relating to the fall season, despite autumn being in the title, viewers still felt Hallmark got this one right!
Moonlight in Vermont (2017)
Lacey Chabert makes another appearance on our list in the Hallmark hit Moonlight in Vermont. The recently dumped NYC real estate broker takes a trip to her family's Vermont Inn when her ex shows up with a new girlfriend. She tries to win him back by pretending the inn's chef, played by Carlo Marks, is her new love interest.
Viewers found Chabert to be exceptional and her chemistry with Marks to be playful and charming. Overall, Moonlight in Vermont offers a few laughs, a solid supporting cast, and an incredible backdrop.
Bottled With Love (2019)
One Tree Hill star Bethany Joy Lenz presents a refreshing narrative in Bottled With Love. Lenz plays Abbey, who decides to try her luck at love by placing a heart-filled letter in a bottle and throwing it out to sea. A man discovers her letter while fishing, played by Hallmark favorite Andrew Walker.
Fans loved this film, as the chemistry between Lenz and Walker is off the charts! After its release, the movie became an instant hit, with viewers raving about everything from the wardrobe to the heartwarming storyline.
Love, Of Course (2018)
Hallmark fans looking for a movie with an over-the-top fall festival should watch Love, Of Course. Starring Kelly Rutherford, who you may recognize from Gossip Girl, the film revolves around plans for an upcoming Harvest Festival. Rutherford's character teams up with a professor, played by Cameron Mathison, to attract more interest in the event.
Viewers love the growing interest between the two main characters, noting it made their chemistry seem more realistic. Many also appreciated a storyline featuring a romance between a couple over 40!
October Kiss (2015)
October Kiss is about a work-obsessed widow who learns to appreciate life again from his bubbly new nanny and two joyful kids. Ashley Williams, who you may recognize from How I Met Your Mother and Something Borrowed, plays the nanny opposite Sam Jaeger from Why Women Kill.
In addition to seeing familiar faces, viewers loved this movie's positive energy. More meaningful than the romance between the stars is the nanny's growing relationship with the children.
Falling For Vermont (2017)
Falling For Vermont follows your typical amnesia storyline after a best-selling author loses her memory in a car accident. Played by Julie Gonzalo, best known for Supergirl, she gets treatment from a small-town doctor who lets her stay in his guest house while she recovers.
Benjamin Ayres plays the doctor, who you may recognize from Saving Hope. Viewers loved this movie's suspense as well as the small-town charm.
Pumpkin Pie Wars (2016)
Another Hallmark fall classic starring Julie Gonzalo is Pumpkin Pie Wars. Gonzalo stars opposite Rico Aragon in this Shakspearean-inspired tale of family rivalry that started over a pumpkin pie contest.
The narrative is both engaging and charming as you watch two former adversaries fall in love. Viewers found the chemistry between the stars to be spot-on and genuine overall. You may not want to watch this one on an empty stomach, though!