Hallmark’s New June 2022 Movie Schedule – Full Lineup

It’s almost summer and while travel isn’t as restricted as it has been in recent years, many of us will still choose local trips or a stay. Hallmark is offering a June virtual vacation of brand new original films sure to fit your budget and won’t drain the box office. The network’s “Summer Nights” event takes viewers to the Caribbean island, the French coast and the tropical coast of Hawaii.

Here is a Parade.com exclusively for all films released in June 2022. Be sure to check back for weekly exclusive sneak peeks at all of these movies!

New Hallmark movie schedule for June 2022

Hidden Gems

premieres: Saturday, June 4 at 8 p.m. ET on Hallmark Channel
With: Jägerkönig, Beau Mirchoff

As she prepares for her sister’s wedding, Addie (king of hunters) loses her grandmother’s ring in the waters of Hawaii. She hires Instructor Jack (Beau Mirchoff) to search for her lost treasure. They immediately clash when Addie insists that she continue the pursuit with Jack. After they come to terms, Jack acts as Addie’s tour guide to the island’s hidden treasures.

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Caribbean summer

premieres: Saturday, June 11 at 8 p.m. ET on Hallmark Channel
Starring: Heather Hemmens, Ser’Darius Blain

jade (Heather Hemmens), a morning news producer, is forced to take a vacation after an embarrassing slip-up during a live broadcast. She arrives on a relaxing Caribbean island, but Jade’s journey gets off to a rocky start thanks to a mishap involving the house she rented for her stay. Luckily, Jade manages to turn things around and embarks on a romantic Caribbean adventure with the rightful owner of the house, a mysterious man named Ford (Ser’Darius Blain). As Jade slowly breaks her guard and embraces all that the island, its residents, and their handsome host have to offer, her heart and work come into direct conflict when she discovers the true backstory of the man she falls in love with – and it’s a career-defining smash hit.

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Moriah’s Lighthouse

premieres: Saturday, June 18 at 8 p.m. ET on Hallmark Channel
With: Rachelle Lefevre, Luke Macfarlane

Moriah’s Lighthouse based on the book series by Serena Miller. In the film, Moriah (Rachelle Lefevre) is a woodworker living in a French coastal town who dreams of restoring the local lighthouse. As Ben (Luke Macfarlane), an American architect, comes to town it seems her dreams will never come true after learning he’s there to revamp the lighthouse… but for a different buyer.

Two tickets to paradise

premieres: Saturday, June 25 at 8 p.m. ET on Hallmark Channel
With: Ashley Williams, Ryan Paevey, Mary Margaret Humes

Two strangers meet on the worst day of their lives. Hanna (Ashley Williams) and Josh (Ryan Paevey) were both placed at the altar. While shocked and devastated, they meet by chance at the park, which turns out to be the morale boost they need to go on their honeymoon. They realize they are going to the same honeymoon resort and cross paths again and again in tropical paradise. Seeing the futility of fighting fate, Hannah and Josh finally bond to learn from each other and enjoy their vacation.

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Color my world with love

premieres: Sunday, June 12 at 9pm ET on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
With: Lily D Moore, Erica Durance, Benjamin Ayres, David DeSanctis

Kendall (Lily D Moore) is a talented artist with Down Syndrome who, thanks to the support of her mother Emma (Erica Durance) and grandmother, Bev (Karen Kruper), Kendall is happy and thriving. Her life takes an exciting turn when she meets Brad (David DeSanctis) in a cooking class at the local center for diverse learners and romance blossoms. Emma has spent the last 22 years protecting her daughter and has reservations about this new relationship, especially when it’s quickly taking a serious turn. With the help of Nick (Benjamin Ayres), a longtime friend of Brad’s, Emma is slowly accepting that Kendall is ready – and should – have her own life.

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