Hallmark Hall Of Fame
(1951-) is a Long Runner
series of (mostly) serious Made For TV Movies
produced and promoted by the Hallmark greeting card company in the US, usually featured on the Hallmark Channel
. Outside of PBS and the Met, Hallmark Hall Of Fame
is one of the few productions still sponsored and aired (on occasion) by a single corporate benefactor
. The works vary all over the place — from hard-hitting drama and tragedy, to soft-tissue Melodrama
and slice-of-life pics.
For the more general Genre
of shows that express some form of "Hallmark Sentiment
", see A Hallmark Presentation
Notable entries include dramas which challenge such audience expectations.
For the Darker and Edgier
version, see HBO
, Lifetime Movie of the Week
Not to be confused with movies made for The Hallmark Channel, which often aren't part of this series.
- Notable Entries in the Series
Amahl And The Night Visitors - The first one, restaged several times.
This Long Runner series contains examples of: