Monday, March 17, 2014

"Debbie Macomber’s Mr. Miracle" - a Hallmark Channel Christmas Movie for 2014


Debbie Macomber’s Mr. Miracle

Network: Hallmark Channel

Original Air Date: December 6, 2014

*Based on Debbie Macomber's Book:
Mr. Miracle: A Christmas Novel.

*Yes, you read that right - it says MR. Miracle!


Rob Morrow ... Harry Mills
Michelle Harrison ... Celeste
Britt Irvin ... Addie
Sarah-Jane Redmond ... Sharon
Andrew Francis ... Erich


*Details via Hallmark Press Release:
Hallmark Channel is pleased to announce that it is partnering once again with beloved #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber to create its fourth Hallmark Channel Original Holiday Movie World Premiere “Debbie Macomber’s Mr. Miracle,” slated to debut Holiday 2014. The movie and backdoor pilot will be part of the network’s hugely popular “Countdown To Christmas,” the #1 most treasured holiday destination by television viewers.

Previously, Hallmark Channel partnered with Macomber to bring the holiday movies “Debbie Macomber’s Mrs. Miracle,” “Debbie Macomber’s Call Me Mrs. Miracle” and “Debbie Macomber’s Trading Christmas” to the small screen. Audiences fell in love with the film adaptations of Macomber’s bestselling books, all of which were so successful that they became among the top rated holiday movies on the network. Of course, Macomber’s bestselling Cedar Cove novels are also the basis for Hallmark Channel’s highly successful first scripted dramatic series, “Debbie Macomber’s Cedar Cove.”

In “Debbie Macomber’s Mr. Miracle,” heaven and earth collide when angel-in-training Harry Mills,  A.K.A “Mr. Miracle” is sent down to a community college during Christmas; for his first assignment: to help an insecure student realize her true purpose in life. Harry, living as a literature teacher, is also schooled in lessons of life and love as he realizes that dealing with humans is not as easy as it looks like from the clouds.

More, via Hallmark press release:
When guardian angel Harry Mills (Morrow) arrives on Earth for the first time, he's got a lot to learn about life as a human. But this miracle worker-in-training ignores the advice of his heavenly mentor, Celeste (Harrison), to eagerly take on his first assignment - helping a young woman named Addie (Irvin) find the confidence to change her life. Addie has always struggled in school and is currently feeling overwhelmed and indecisive trying to live up to her father's expectations of becoming a doctor. Now, after her father's sudden passing, Addie is living with her mom Sharon (Redmond), filled with regret and uncertainty while attempting to finish her degree all while avoiding her childhood nemesis, Erich (Francis). Enter Harry, posing as her fumbling, well-meaning new English teacher who takes on the task of guiding her to see the wonderful things she can't see in herself. With a deadline of Christmas day to change Addie's perspective, or else say goodbye to his own Earthly existence, Harry is clueless but endearing in his effort to make Addie open up to a life full of promise - and even love - while learning a few life lessons of his own along the way.

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  1. I love all the Mrs. Miracle movies! I can't wait for this new one and really hope that Doris Roberts can be in it!

    1. Absolutely agree. It wouldn't be a "Miracle" movie without her. She warms all our hearts! Year round!

  2. Mr? LOL That should be interesting!

    Thanks as always for your awesome site.


  3. I too love all of the Christmas movies on Hallmark & Hallmark Movie Channel! I really enjoyed the Mrs. Miracle movies. Also hope Doris Roberts has a role in the Mr. Miracle movie.

    1. I loved all of the Mrs. Miracle movies. I was so disappointed in the movie Mr. Miracle. The role of Mr. Mills played by Rob Morrow was terrible. He looked mentally challenged rather than an angel. Shame on Debbie Macomber for not being true to her book.

  4. Love, love, love the Debbie Macomber’s work - especially the Mrs. Miracle series. Doris Roberts is a natural as the heart-warming Mrs. Miracle. I really hope she has a role in Mr. Miracle.

    I've noticed a tendency in Hallmark's movies: basically, they are only about young people, no one is ever over 30 - 35. My parents and grandparents are a great part of my life. They are fun, energetic and very romantic with their spouses. Why has Hallmark become biased against people over 30-35? Although I do watch Hallmark movies, it's disappointing that they don't use those familiar faces we love. Where is David Sutcliffe? Where's Elisa Donovan? Where's Mara Sokoloff? Where's adorable Lindy Booth? We also love Jennifer Esposito. Where's Nicole Eggert? How about Richard Thomas? Come on Hallmark - give your viewers some of the actors and actresses we love. Add a bit of reality - our lives don't revolve just around 20-35 year olds.

  5. Is Mr. Miracle supposed to be developmentally disabled or is Rob Morrow just a bad actor

  6. Mr. Miracle is an angel that has never been on earth before, so he is naive about a lot of things here, and is sort of learning as he goes along. Rob Morrow plays him very childlike, but perhaps that is how an angel like him should be played. I enjoyed the movie, it wasn't perfect, and a little bit different from the book, as I'd just finished the book, but it was okay for a TV movie. Glad I found it to watch on here; I'd recorded it on Hallmark the other day only to find they'd aired a different movie in the time slot by mistake and are no longer airing it since it's after Christmas.


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