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Love Under the Olive Tree
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Tori Anderson and Benjamin Hollingsworth Talk Love Under the Olive Tree [Exclusive]

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] Hallmark Channel takes a page out of Romeo and Juliet (minus the poisoning and death, of course) Saturday night with Love Under the Olive Tree, a romcom set against warring families who run neighboring olive oil farms. Nicole (Tori Anderson) is a lifer who stayed in […]

Previews / TV Movie Goodness

2018 Holiday Movie Season Preview: Hallmark’s Thanksgiving Week

Hang onto your eggnog. Beginning tomorrow night, Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies and Mysteries are rolling out 12 new movies every evening between now and next Sunday. Here’s the rundown on the mix of fan favorites and network newbies joining the festivities this year.

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Luke Macfarlane Talks The Mistletoe Promise, Killjoys, Mercy Street and More [Exclusive]

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] Saturday night, Luke Macfarlane returns to Hallmark Channel’s Christmas movie lineup for the second year in a row with The Mistletoe Promise, based on the book by Richard Paul Evans and co-starring Hart of Dixie‘s Jaime King in her first film for the network. This morning, […]


Killjoys Season 2: Paths Diverged

As TV fans, there’s a degree to which we have to trust our TV overlords, and remember that they, for the most part, love their babies more than we do (Penny Dreadful is the exception). In the early days of press around Season 2 of Killjoys, we started hearing that […]

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Aaron Ashmore Talks Killjoys “Heart-Shaped Box” and Season 2 [Exclusive]

[West coast warning: Includes spoilers for “Heart-Shaped Box.”] Well, Johnny is certainly in a pickle as tonight’s episode closes, captured by Jelco at Spring Hill while trying to be all covert about investigating the wall for Pawter. Elsewhere in the episode, D’avin and Dutch had to sort out their respective […]


Killjoys Preview: “Heart-Shaped Box”

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] If you’re up on 90s rock, you recognize the episode title from Nirvana’s 1993 tune of the same name, which has the line, “I wish I could eat your cancer when you turn black,” which always, every time, makes me shudder and knock wood 23 years later.  It’s a […]