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Lacey Chabert Talks All of My Heart [Exclusive] 

In the last year, Lacey Chabert has been a TV movie fixture–she did two for Hallmark Channel (The Color of Rain and A Royal Christmas), and a couple for UP Television (The Tree That Saved Christmas and Christian Mingle). Saturday night, she returns to Hallmark Channel for the Valentine’s Day premiere of All…

Christian Mingle The Movie Preview 

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] At first blush, this would look like dangerously preachy territory for a romcom, but rest easy. It’s a sweet film starring Lacey Chabert and shepherded by Psych‘s Corbin Bernsen, who directs his own screenplay. [Note: It was produced in partnership with its namesake website so there are…

Beautiful & Twisted Preview 

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] Rob Lowe is game for anything (Exhibit A: his Direct TV campaign) and tonight he returns to Lifetime in Beautiful & Twisted, a twisty batsh-t based-on-a-true-story tale of murder, mayhem, and madness fueled by ridiculous wealth. Paz Vega and Candice Bergen co-star.

Sons of Liberty Preview 

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] HISTORY gets dramatic this weekend with Sons of Liberty, a three-night scripted (yay!) miniseries event starring Ben Barnes (Seventh Son), Henry Thomas, Ryan Eggold (The Blacklist), Kevin Ryan (Copper), Rafe Spall (Prometheus), Michael Raymond-James (Terriers), Jason O’Mara, Dean Norris (Under the Dome), Martin Csokas (Covert Affairs), and Emily Berrington (24:…

Bridal Wave Preview [VIDEO and PHOTOS] 

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] Hallmark Channel brings its A game this weekend with Bridal Wave, a Countdown to Valentine’s Day romantic comedy starring Arielle Kebbel and Andrew Walker, who previously co-starred in A Bride for Christmas. It’s a super-sweet film about knowing when to put the brakes on the plans…

Whitney Preview [VIDEO and PHOTOS] 

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.] There are pop icons for whom your age is a specific gating factor in terms of how you remember them. For me, as a child of the 80s, Whitney Houston was “I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me),” which was released my junior year in high…