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The Chronicle Mysteries “Vines That Bind” Preview

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] Sunday night, in the final installment of the first three The Chronicle Mysteries movies, Alex and her team of intrepid reports venture to wine country to help Eileen solve the murder of a friend. It’s another solid outing, three for three, which I love. Eileen, Alex, […]

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Alison Sweeney Talks The Joys of Producing and Casting The Chronicle Mysteries [Exclusive]

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ newest franchise, The Chronicle Mysteries, continues Sunday night with The Wrong Man. Similar to last week’s Recovered, the second film is a fun who’s who with Hallmark players Peter Benson (Aurora Teagarden) and Jesse Moss (Murder She Baked) guesting alongside Marco Soriano, […]

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Alison Sweeney Previews The Chronicle Mysteries [Exclusive]

We’re two years past the last Murder She Baked installment, and Sunday night Alison Sweeney returns to Hallmark Movies & Mysteries with another franchise that’s a worthy successor to her five-film run as Hannah Swensen. The Chronicle Mysteries is 100% Sweeney’s baby, developed alongside her writing partner, Melissa Salmons. The […]

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Lisa Durupt Talks Reunited at Christmas and Christmas Lost and Found [Exclusive]

Hallmark regular and fan favorite Lisa Durupt has two holiday movies this season–Reunited at Christmas, airing Wednesday night on Hallmark Channel and Christmas Lost and Found, which airs on Lifetime on December 7th. Earlier this week, I chatted with Durupt about them and her upcoming reunion with Murder She Baked‘s […]

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Previewing A Summer to Remember with Cameron Mathison [Exclusive]

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] Catherine Bell and director Martin Wood, who paired up for last year’s Christmas in the Air, re-team Saturday night on Hallmark Channel in A Summer to Remember, a romance filmed and set in Fiji in which Bell co-stars opposite Cameron Mathison for the first time. I […]

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Cameron Mathison Talks Very, Very Valentine [Exclusive]

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] Cameron Mathison is one of our favorites, and he’s back on Hallmark Channel Saturday night in Very, Very Valentine, starring opposite Danica McKellar as Henry, a botanist who inadvertently helps flower shop owner Helen, the BFF he secretly loves, by encouraging her budding new romance with […]

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12 Days of Hallmark Holiday Favorites: Alison Sweeney and Warren Christie

For my last pick of the 2017 12 Days of Hallmark Holiday Favorites, I’m cheating (again). Alison Sweeney gets the nod and I have to give Warren Christie an honorable mention.

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12 Days of Hallmark Holiday Favorites: Cameron Mathison

Next up in our 12 Days of Hallmark Holiday Favorites is Cameron Mathison. True confession: I never watched All My Children, and ET and Dancing With the Stars are not my jam, so I only discovered Mathison through his Hallmark affiliation, and I’ve had the good fortune to chat with […]

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Cameron Mathison Talks The Return of Murder She Baked [Exclusive]

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] It’s been nine months since we last had a new Murder She Baked. My favorite Hallmark Movies & Mysteries franchise returns this Sunday with the fantastic Just Desserts. It’s set just long enough after A Deadly Recipe that Hannah (Alison Sweeney) and Mike (Cameron Mathison) are […]

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The Irresistible Blueberry Farm Preview

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] I do love when the Hallmark movies sneak up on me. Sunday night, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries has a premiere that I think was fast-tracked, or I’d just missed that it was coming. The Irresistible Blueberry Farm features Alison Sweeney and Marc Blucas in lovely, quiet performances […]