Friday, October 16, 2015

This Weekend on TV: Step into Hallmark's Pumpkin Patch with Ashley Williams, an Inspiring Film to premiere on UP, plus Tom's Selleck new Hallmark Mystery is Written in Stone!

See all the Movie Details below...

Saturday, October 17, 2015:

This Hallmark Harvest Movie looks like a real "Treat"...

Storyline via Hallmark: Poppy Summerall is hired near Halloween as a temporary nanny by Ryan Lawson, a widowed, work-obsessed executive. Through a series of adventures, the eternally optimistic Poppy sets out to... click here to read more!

My take...  I'm delighted to see actress Ashley Williams in this movie... she is always delightful, bubbly, and sweet in everything she does! Looks like a Fun Fall Family Film!!!

Premieres Saturday October 17th
at 9 PM/8c. on the Hallmark Channel

See the Family TV Schedule for additional air times. 

Sunday, October 18, 2015:

UP will touch you with this heartwarming, uplifting story...


Storyline via UP: A father’s journey to help his blind and wheel-chair bound son to overcome impossible odds and allow the world to see his God-given potential. click here for more!

*This film is based on the true story of Patrick Henry Hughes.

Premieres Sunday October 18th
at 7 PM/6c. on UP
 See the Family TV Schedule for additional air times. 

Also, Premiering on Sunday...

A New "Jesse Stone" Mystery, the 9th Movie in this Series....

Storyline via Hallmark: Based on the bestselling books by Robert, B. Parker, the 10th anniversary of the iconic Jesse Stone series is the first 'Jesse Stone' original produced exclusively for Crown Media Family Networks. With things running smoothly in Paradise, Police Chief Jesse Stone agrees to serve as a consultant on an unsolved... click here to read more
All of the "Jesse Stone" movies star actor Tom Selleck of Magnum P.I. and Blue Bloods.

(Please know... The Jesse Stone movies do typically include Violence, as well as Adult Dialogue and Adult Situations.)

Premieres Sunday October 18th
at 9 PM/8c. on the Hallmark Channel
*Note: The Premiere of this Mystery is airing only once on the Hallmark Channel. Repeat airing will be shown next Sunday - October 25th on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.
Hope you all enjoy this
lovely Autumn weekend!
We are 2 weeks away from
Hallmark's Countdown to Christmas -
which begins Saturday October 31st!
Blessings, Net


  1. October Kiss looks like a great movie and the Jesse Stone series looks interesting. I've always liked Tom Selleck in Blue Bloods, so I'm sure he's good in this too.

    1. I couldn't agree more, Jeanne! A great weekend of movies, ahead! Hope we love 'em all !!! :)

  2. Ooooh, I've been waiting for "October Kiss"!! I love Ashley Williams; she's so adorable like Candace Cameron Bure. Their facial expressions says it all! Another great line-up for this weekend!!

    1. You are so absolutely right, Linda - she shines just like Candace! No matter the movie - Ashley's fun personality always comes shining through!!!

      Also... Have you seen her in Lifetime's "Christmas in the City"? The piano singing part is my favorite!!! It's a real cute movie!

      Again, I agree with you, Linda (as I typically always do!!!) - another Wonderful Weekend of TV movies!!!

  3. Sherry In CaliforniaMonday, October 19, 2015

    I liked "October Kiss" quite a bit. I saw Ashley Williams in "Christmas in the City" back in 2013, and I thought she was charming then. She is just as charming in "October Kiss" too. She has a very natural way of acting that doesn't quite seem like acting, and she seems to have a good sense of how to deliver her often-comedic lines. Good timing.

    I liked OK because there was a lot of Halloween in it -- Halloween decorations everywhere; Halloween costumes; a harvest festival; pumpkin foods; Halloween cookies; "HalloWeek"; trick or treating; pumpkin picking; etc. It definitely felt like the story was taking place in the weeks leading up to Halloween, as opposed to a romance set against a vague Halloween backdrop. Halloween was really being celebrated in this movie (in a fun way; not in a scary way). In "Autumn Dreams" from 2 weeks ago, there wasn't nearly enough "autumn" in it for my liking. "Harvest Moon" had a bit more focus on Autumn and pumpkins, and then "October Kiss" was all about Halloween.

    I didn't think the actual romance was that strong, to be honest. I didn't detect a lot of romantic chemistry between the two leads, and I felt as though "Poppy" loved the kids more than the dad! I think that I prefer the romance in "Harvest Moon."

    All in all, though, for Hallmark's first Fall Harvest event, I think this was a success (the first 3 movies combined). I don't really count "Good Witch Halloween" as being part of Fall Harvest, as I sort of see it is a segue between Season 1 and Season 2 of the series.

    I expect Hallmark to up the ante and go bigger with Fall Harvest in 2016. Perhaps they will add in a couple of extra movies during October, or maybe they will start Fall Harvest closer to when Fall actually begins. Perhaps they will end up titling the event "Countdown to Halloween"!

    I think this is a great prelude to the Christmas movie bonanza that awaits us in a couple of weeks!!!

  4. Ashley was adorable in "October Kiss" and yes, Net, I loved "Christmas In The City" but my all time favorite was "Snow and Snow 2, Brain Freeze" with Tom Cavenough!! Now that's what I call perfect harmony between two wonderful, comedic personalities; couldn't stop laughing!!


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