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Friday, May 18, 2018

Hallmark Channel's Royal Movies Rule this Weekend!

Saturday May 19, 2018:

Pour yourself a cup of tea and enjoy an all new Hallmark "Royal" Movie...

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Storyline via Hallmark: Sara’s dream of finding the perfect mate is realized when boyfriend Daniel proposes marriage, but there is one tiny hitch. It turns out he is the real-life prince of a small European monarchy, and his marriage requires the approval of his royal parents. Commoner Sara will have to do more than... Click Here to Read More...

Before the Premiere of Royally Ever After, immerse yourself into the day long marathon of Hallmark Channel Royal Movies...

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Hallmark Channel's Royal Movie Marathon:

6:30 a.m. A Royal Winter

8:30 a.m. My Summer Prince

10:30 a.m. Dater’s Handbook

12:30 p.m. Ever After: A Cinderella Story

3 p.m. Royal Hearts

5 p.m. Once Upon a Prince

7 p.m. Royal Matchmaker

See the Premiere of Royally Ever After
Saturday May 19, 2018
at 9pm/8c. on the Hallmark Channel

Following the premiere of Royally Ever After, be sure to say I do to the...

hosted by Pascale Hutton and Kavan Smith

An exclusive Sneak Peek at the Hallmark Channel's June Weddings Original Premieres!

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via Hallmark: During the half-hour special, Hutton and Smith will share with viewers exclusive clips from June Weddings movies, starting with "Marrying Mr. Darcy" starring Cindy Busby ("Royal Hearts," "Date My Dad") and Ryan Paevey ("General Hospital"), premiering Saturday, June 2 (9:00 pm ET/PT), which is the follow-up to 2016's popular "Unleashing Mr. Darcy." Next up is "The Perfect Bride: Wedding Bells," a follow-up to last year's "The Perfect Bride" starring Hutton and Smith and premiering Saturday, June 9 (9:00 p.m. ET/PT). Becca Tobin ("Glee") and Niall Matter ("When Calls the Heart") star in "Love at First Dance" premiering Saturday, June 16 (9:00 p.m. ET/PT) and Jack Wagner ("General Hospital") and Josie Bissett ("Melrose Place," "The Secret Life of the American Teenager") are joined by Andrew Walker and Merritt Patterson in "Wedding March 4: Something Old, Something New" premiering Saturday, June 23 (9:00 p.m. ET/PT).

hosted by Pascale Hutton and Kavan Smith
Saturday May 19, 2018
at 11pm/10c. on the Hallmark Channel

Sunday May 20, 2018:

The March sisters in PBS Masterpiece Little Women - Image Credit: Patrick Redmond

Episode 2 of 3, via BBC:

As Marmee waits by her husband's sickbed in the army hospital, the March sisters must learn to cope without their parents. Meg is shocked and embarrassed to hear rumours circulating in society that Marmee is trying to marry her off to Laurie, and after an incident at Amy's school, Jo must take charge whilst trying to balance her family responsibilities and her writing. Beth helps a poor German immigrant family suffering from scarlet fever, but her life is thrown into danger as she also falls ill, and Amy is sent away to take over as Aunt March's companion. One evening, Laurie tries to share his feelings with a distraught Jo, but she rebuffs his advances.

On Marmee's return, relief sweeps over the family as they prepare for Christmas. Jo also receives promising news regarding her writing. Meanwhile, John Brooke prepares to join the army and declares his love to the unsuspecting Meg. Aunt March's sharp disapproval puts Meg's feelings into perspective and she accepts his proposal of marriage. The family holds a joyous ceremony upon John's return, but at the wedding Jo grows anxious when she notices that Beth is still weak and Laurie still holds out hope for their future as a couple.

PBS Masterpiece Little Women - Credit: Patrick Redmond

Episode 3 of 3, via BBC:

A year has passed and the March family welcomes Meg's twins, yet Marmee and Jo are anxious as Beth's health and spirits flag. Aunt Carrol arrives with the opportunity for Jo to accompany her daughter on a tour of Europe, but dismayed by Jo's wild spirit, chooses the more refined Amy as a companion.

Devastated, Jo flees to New York to become a governess and pursue her writing career. There she meets the kind-hearted Professor Bhaer, who challenges her to write more honestly. Upon hearing that Beth is still in decline, and believing she knows the cause, Jo returns to treat her to a seaside holiday. Before they leave, Laurie declares his love for Jo, and after another rejection is taken to Europe by his grandfather to cure his heartbreak.

Back home, the March family gathers as they are faced with devastating news. With new responsibilities, Jo is consumed by grief and frustration, only alleviated through writing. She pens a heartfelt poem, which is publicly well-received and reaches Bhaer in New York. In Europe, Laurie and Amy reunite and grow close, their friendship blossoming into love. They return home to greet the March's with unexpected news. Touched by Jo's poem, Bhaer makes a surprise visit to the March house.

Sunday May 20, 2018
*Check your local PBS station for times.

May you all have a lovely weekend!

If a man's home is his castle, than I hope you all enjoy a relaxing weekend in yours!

Much Love & Many Blessings to all of my dear
"It's a Wonderful Movie" family & friends! Net

1 comment:

  1. Ok, I don't know about you guys, but I think Royally Ever After is my favorite royal movie of all time. It was so good and so heartfelt. I just loved it.


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