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When Hope Calls
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Wendy Crewson Talks When Hope Calls [Exclusive]

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] This Friday, Hallmark Movies Now takes another step toward being a bonafide original content streamer when it releases the first two episodes of its first series, When Hope Calls, a spinoff of Hallmark Channel’s juggernaut series, When Calls the Heart. Set in 1916, it will follow […]

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Hiatus Helper: Killjoys Season 5 Fantasy Casting

Killjoys wrapped production on Season 4 yesterday and will take a short hiatus before returning to shoot Season 5 this summer. To kill time before Season 4 arrives at 10 pm/9c on Friday, July 20th, I started thinking about who I’d love to see come play at some point in […]

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Christmas Movies in November: Weekend One

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] It’s already bananaland for Christmas movie programming, with both Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries rolling out holiday films 24/7 for the next 7 weeks. Now, UP TV is getting in on the action.  We have separate pieces running this weekend for interviews done with […]

It Was So Good To See You: Guide to Guest Stars (Week of April 29)
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It Was So Good To See You: Guide to Guest Stars (Week of April 29)

Now that May sweeps is upon us, this not only signifies the impending end of the 2011-2012 TV season but also the network’s ramped up efforts to have terrific guest stars popping up on their shows. First, over on last Sunday night’s new episode of GCB, actors Kevin Alejandro and […]

It Was So Good To See You: A Guide to Guest Stars (Week of March 4)
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It Was So Good To See You: A Guide to Guest Stars (Week of March 4)

Despite it being the doldrums of March – or the TV repeat syndrome – there was still a handful of interesting guest stars on my favorite shows this past week. Let’s take a look at who I saw:

Premature Infatuation: Georgetown
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Premature Infatuation: Georgetown

Next up in the possible, maybe contenders for fall that have us prematurely infatuated, Georgetown for ABC. Heather’s Take Lord knows that D.C. dramas have been done to death, and the closest cousin to what Georgetown seems to want to be is 2000’s Mark Paul-Gosselaar vehicle, appropriately titled D.C.,  about a […]