Alison Sweeney is back as Hannah Swensen in Murder, She Baked: A Deadly Recipe tonight at 9p on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries and you don’t want to see recipe for disaster she finds herself in tonight.
One night as she is leaving work, she finds the Sheriff lying dead next to his patrol car. Even though Mike (Cameron Mathison) warns us not to investigate the murder, she can’t help herself. Especially when her brother-in-law is accused of the crime. Will Mike and her figure out Who killed the Sheriff before her sister gives birth?
You have to tune in for this suspenseful mystery that keeps you guessing until the end to find out.
Dr. Kate Lawrence (Vanessa Marcil) shares relationship advice via her blog and on TV, and she is about to get a book offer but there are things she has to do to get it. She has huge news to share with her fans, she is getting married Bryan. Just as they are about to announce their big news, he tells her that they are breaking up because he has been seeing someone else. Now she is going to disappoint everyone and lose her book deal because she doesn’t have a fiance’ to share with them.
That’s when her former childhood friend Lucas Wright (David Sutcliffe), who she no longer talks to, steps in to be the The Convenient Groom. Tonight at 9p on the Hallmark Channel the two of them will pretend to be a loving couple who is putting on a quickie wedding, hoping that no one will find out that they are faking their relationship. Will they be able to get away with it? Will these ex-friends become more than friends? Has she found her Mr Wright?
You have to tune in for a feel good movie that teaches you just because you give relationship advice, doesn’t mean you know everything about love.
Here’s my advice to you, you are going to love The Convenient Groom so don’t miss it tonight.
What if your loved one was marrying someone you thought was completely wrong for them, what would you do? Tonight at 9p on Hallmark Channel, Stop the Wedding has two people ask that very question.
Anna (Rachel Boston), is a busy Divorce Lawyer from San Fransisco, who is visiting her Aunt Belle (Lini Evans), who raised her, in Seattle. The two women are having a nice conversation, but then the neighbor’s music is drowning out their chat. The two women go to confront him and find out he’s the very famous actor, Sean Castleberry (Alan Thicke) who is there filming a movie. After their confrontation, the woman go back to their house and Anna goes back home.
A month later she visits her Aunt and finds out she got engaged to Castleberry and they are getting married in two weeks. Anna loves her Aunt and thinks the actor, whose been married several times, is wrong for her. She is not alone, his son Clay (Niall Matter) feels the same way about her Aunt. Now the two of them, who hate each other, will work together to Stop the Wedding.
Anna and Clay have been too busy to find love, so do they even know what true love looks like? Are the two making the right choice by stopping the wedding? Are Belle and Sean right for each other?
You will have to tune into this delightful telemovie that leaves a huge smile on your face. It is so rare days to find a movie that is enjoyable from the beginning until the end and this is one of them. We all need to have some happiness on our weekends, and this film will do just that.
The 6th Garage Sale Mystery debuts at 9p tonight on Hallmark Movies and Mysteries, and Garage Sale Mystery: The Novel Murders is a real page turner.
Jennifer Shannon (Lori Loughlin) and Danielle (Sarah Strange) sell an old man a birdcage that is not quite ready, so they agree to deliver it to him when it is. When Jennifer drops it off, the man is dead and mysterious person already called 911. As she starts to investigate the murder, she realizes that it is a lot like a mystery she read. She can’t figure out which one, and she starts talking to a mystery writer to get some insight from him. Eventually when she realizes what book it is from, another person is found dead and their death is like that from another mystery novel. And he won’t be the last. Can Jennifer solve the mystery before the killer goes through all the books in the library?
While Jennifer is working on that crime, Danielle has her own mystery. She comes across a psychic who seems to be the real deal. But then when she meets another one of her clients, she becomes suspicious. The more suspicious she becomes, the more she uncovers. Will she be able to help that other client before she is swindled out of all of her money?
Garage Sale Mystery: The Novel Murders is a suspenseful murder mystery that will keep you guessing until the final reveal.
Ms Matched debuts at 9p on Hallmark Channel tonight and you don’t want to miss this lovely story of finding love when you least expect it.
Libby (Alexa PenaVega) is a wedding planner whose business isn’t doing that well. She meets a guy at a wedding she planned, but after a romantic dance she never thinks she will see him again.
Then one day, when she brings her business to a Wedding Expo, she runs into him again. He isn’t there to plan a wedding, but instead Ben (Shawn Roberts) is there to sell his book.
The two of them really hit it off, until she finds out what his book is about. She is all about planning the perfect wedding, no matter the cost. His book is about how you don’t have to spend a lot of money to have that dream wedding. Which is against everything she believes in.
It looks like their budding relationship is over before it started.
That is until his ex-college roommate and that guy’s fiance ask Libby and Ben to plan their big day. Will planning the perfect affordable wedding bring these two together or further apart?
You will have to tune to a movie that will match all of your desires tonight at 9p on Hallmark.
Tonight at 9p on Hallmark Channel, Amy (Tammy Gillis) and James (Christopher Miller) are going to get married on Wedding Bells! Then when she gets a call that her parents lost all of their money in a bad investment, they think they will have to postpone their wedding.
Her bridesmaid Molly (Danica McKellar) and his best man Nick (Kavan Smith), who don’t believe in marriage, have come up with a way to save the wedding. Nick’s father Charlie (Bruce Boxleitner) owns an Inn in the Country that hasn’t been functional in years. If they can fix it up in a week, then Amy and James will have their perfect wedding day. Just as they all get there, Amy’s parents summon her back to the city.
Now it is up to Molly and Nick to save the day, but these two are complete opposites. She is a dress designer who loves comfort food and comfortable things, while he is Chef who loves to experiment with new things. The two of them will butt heads about everything, until they learn how to fuse their different styles together. The more they work together, the more they start to realize that it isn’t only their styles that are coming together. When the big days come, will Amy and James be the only ones getting married?
They say opposites attract and Molly and Nick totally attract is this sweet story about two people who aren’t looking for love but yet they find it with each other.
Wedding Bells is the type of movie that reawakens your faith in love. You will feel so happy after you watch it, you won’t be able to stop smiling. Don’t we all need that on Friday night after a long week? Or any day actually?
So RSVP yes to Wedding Bells tonight at 9p on Hallmark Channel.
Tonight at 9p the Jesse Stone franchise moves from CBS to the Hallmark Channel for its ninth edition in the series and it is better than ever. Jesse Stone (Tom Selleck) is Lost in Paradise, but he will find himself when he consults on a cold case in Boston.
The Boston Ripper (Luke Perry) murdered three prostitutes in a horrific way and he confessed to those murders. There was a fourth prostitute, who was killed in the same way, but he never admitted to her murder. Stone is convinced that he didn’t kill Mavis Davies even though everyone else is convinced she was done in by The Boston Ripper since no murders like his have happened since his arrest. Stone will look into the case, and when he thinks he knows what happens, another clue will prove otherwise. Will he get his man or has his man already been caught.
Not only is he trying to solve this case, he is also helping a 13 year old girl he befriended whose mother is a drunk. He will try to get her mother help before she loses her daughter forever.
I don’t know if it is the fact that they talk in beats, but there is something very comforting about the Jesse Stone movies. Selleck brings such a warmth to his tough character that it is hard not to like him and the movies. Tune in for another great chapter in the Jesse Stone series tonight at 9p on the Hallmark Channel. I am already excited for the 10th installment even though it has yet to be announced.
There was a Little House on the Prairie reunion on Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family and Melissa Gilbert confessed that her first kiss ever was on the show with Dean Butler. As they were filming the scene, her mother was wailing in the background and Half Pint was fully nervous. In fact, she asked her TV dad if they could hug instead, but he said no.
You can’t blame for being so scared, she hadn’t even shaved her legs and now she was kissing a good looking man in his 20’s. I would’ve been nervous too.
Tonight you can look up at the sky and count the stars, but that will hurt your neck. Instead you can be comfortable in your bed and watch the sweet Love Under the Stars on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries at 9p.
Becca (Ashley Newbrough) is a forever student, and her latest thesis is going to change her life. Her professor and mentor (Barry Bostwick) gets her job as a teacher’s assistant with his daughter. Becca immediately befriends 9 year old Emily (Jaeda Lily Miller), who lost her mother two years ago and is still not over it. Emily is about the same age as Becca when she also lost her mom. The two of them have an immediate bond. Becca is childlike and Emily is a child. But Becca will change when she meets Emily’s dad Nate (Wes Brown).
Becca’s childhood has made her weary of getting close to people after her mom died and her dad abandoned her. The closer she gets to Emily, the more she realizes she can get close to people again.
She finally has her topic for her thesis, and is hard at work completing it. But when Nate finds out about Becca’s thesis, he thinks she’s been using his daughter and him and asks her to leave. Will Becca pass the course and fail in love? You will just have tune into this wonderful movie that proves that friends come in all ages.
I just have to say I have been a fan of Newbrough’s since Privileged and no one could’ve played this part better than her. She is beyond perfect in the role and I hope we see her on TV more often.
Back in March, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries announced that they picked up the hit movie series Jesse Stone starring Tom Selleck for at least two more telemovies. Today, they announced that ninth installment is called Jesse Stone Lost is Paradise and it will debut this fall.
The famed detective takes a much needed vacation to Boston and the Assistant State Homicide Commander, Lieutenant Sydney Greenstreet (Leslie Hope) knows about his work. She asks him to look in to some unsolved cases. At first, he thinks there is nothing there, but then something catches his eye. The two of them start to investigate that case and find themselves in grave danger. Will they solve the hot case before they find themselves cold? We will find out in a few months. The movie also stars Luke Perry and William Devane.
Back in March, I spoke with Tom Selleck about Jesse Stone changing channels. He wouldn’t tell me much about what is going to happen; but he did talk about what it means to him. He said that he was writing the script for Lost in Paradise like he has done in the past, and will shoot both movies during his summer hiatus from CBSâ€™s Blue Bloods with his partner Michael Brandman. Then he added, “It is always interesting when you’ve been away for three years, there is a great curiosity of the audience, thanks goodness, where Jesse is at.”
He said he was happy with the way things were the progressing with the script. That is important to him because as he explained, “I feel a responsibility because Hallmark has stepped up where we can do the same quality we have always done.”
He concluded his answer about Jesse Stone saying, “I love the character. He is a mess and he is still going to be a mess.”
He might be a mess, but Jesse Stone the series, is anything but. Anyone of any age can enjoy these movies. If you haven’t seen any of them, then I will tell you that several of them are available on Netflix and are constantly airing on the Hallmark Channels. You should check them out this summer before the new film comes to our TVs in the fall.