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Friday, January 8, 2021

UPtv kicks off the year with 11 movie premieres!



UPtv has sent out a press release which reveals 11 new movies premiering Sunday nights in this new year, from January to March!

You're sure to see many familiar faces in these movies, including: Amanda Schull ("Project Christmas Wish"), Morgan David Jones ("When Hope Calls"), Lindsay Gort ("A Merry Christmas Match"), Greyston Holt ("Cross Country Christmas"), Brendon Zub ("Never Kiss a Man in a Christmas Sweater"), Natalie Hall ("You're Bacon Me Crazy"), Marshall Williams ("When Hope Calls"), Jesse Hutch ("Inn Love by Christmas"), Katrina Lynne Norman ("Christmas on the Menu"), Carlo Marks ("Chesapeake Shores") and more!






Details on movies - via UPtv's Press Release:

ATLANTA – January 8, 2021 – UPtv, the television home for uplifting entertainment, announced the network’s first quarter programming slate today. Fresh off a highly successful Christmas movie season where audience delivery outperformed YA by +11% in W2554 and +9% in HHs1 and 18M viewers tuned in2, UPtv will debut 11 premiere movies beginning with Blueprint to the Heart on Sunday, Jan 10 at 7 p.m. ET. Additionally, season three of the family drama 800 Words will premiere Friday, Jan. 8 at 9 p.m. ET.

“At UPtv, we are continuing to invest in premiere movies and series that are specifically curated to uplift our audience every day,” said Hector Campos, vice president, content strategy and programming at UPtv. “Our schedule is filled with programming that delivers on this promise with a special emphasis on our ‘Love Sundays’ weekly Sunday night movie premiere. With the recently launched My UPtv Movies App, it’s easier than ever before for viewers to learn more and set reminders for our new movies.”

The My UPtv Movies app allows viewers to learn more about upcoming movies on the network, watch movie previews and request personalized showtime alerts. Viewers can also favorite movie titles to add to a personal collection to easily access them later, check off the movies watched, set calendar reminders and request push notifications.


The 11 movies set to debut in Q1 include:

Blueprint to the Heart – Sunday, Jan. 10 at 7 p.m. ET

A talented host and designer of a high-end renovation television show is forced to change her show format to include life makeovers as well after her ratings dip. However, when she tries to upscale the handsome and down-to-Earth subject of her first episode, she must choose between chasing ratings or following her heart.

Stars: Laura Mitchell (Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance), Dennis Andres (Workin’ Moms)



The Baby Proposal – Sunday, Jan. 17 at 7 p.m. ET

Layla Bennett has it all figured out, her own place, a thriving career and a loving fiancΓ©. She co-hosts morning show “Wake Up Chicago!” alongside her charming, but sometimes irritating colleague Derek Dray. They have different working styles - she likes to be spontaneous and improvise on air, while he’s more of a stick to the script guy. When they’re given the bombshell of caring for a baby together, it’s their worst nightmare…but as they juggle night feeds and nap times with their hectic lives, they can’t deny the growing chemistry. Is this unexpected arrival all they needed to realize they were meant to be?

Stars: Alexandra Chando (The Lying Game), Mike Merrill (The Bobby Brown Story)



Romance Retreat – Sunday, Jan. 24 at 7 p.m. ET

After a big breakup, journalist Dana Willingham finds herself alone and stuck at a couple’s yoga retreat while the biggest story of her career breaks far away. And she doesn’t even like yoga! But maybe the universe has put her here for a reason because the handsome loner staying at the lodge turns out to be Stefan Gonzales, the tech guru at the center of the scandal. As she gains his trust to expose him, she finds herself falling in love with him. Now she must use the lessons from yoga to choose: the perfect story or the perfect man?

Stars: Amanda Schull (Suits, Pretty Little Liars), Morgan David Jones (When Hope Calls)



Love is a Piece of Cake – Sunday, Jan. 31 at 7 p.m. ET

Jessie Dale is a third-generation baker who loves her cake shop more than anything in the world. When developers threaten to buy her building and force her out, she must do all she can to save her bakery, all while juggling a blossoming romance with her client's brother.

Stars: Lindsay Gort (The Carrie Diaries), Greyston Holt (A Very Country Christmas Homecoming)



Made For You, With Love – Sunday, Feb. 7 at 7 p.m. ET

The owner of a second-hand wedding dress business breathes new life into used dresses, making dreams come true for brides unable to afford pricey gowns. But when she meets the perfect guy, she’s afraid to give her own heart a second chance at love.

Stars: Edy Ganem (Devious Maids), Brendon Zub (Batwoman)



Sincerely, Yours Truly – Sunday, Feb. 14 at 7 p.m. ET

When Hayley finds a wedding ring with a letter hidden in a drawer in her new condo, she decides to write back… and the mysterious lover replies, starting a chain of letters and events that will change her life forever! Love does exist in the most unexpected places.

Stars: Natalie Hall (UnREAL), Marshall Williams (When Hope Calls, Glee)



The Dating List – Sunday, Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. ET

Abby Morel is a bright, young editor’s assistant living in the big city. Wanting to get ahead in her career, she makes an unusual deal with her high-flying boss, Susan. Susan is far too busy to date, but she wants to fall in love. Abby agrees to ‘screen’ dates in exchange for a promotion, and to add to the pressure, Susan is looking for the perfect man! After a couple of disasters, Abby meets Dan, who seemingly ticks all the boxes. The trouble is, she’s starting to fall for him too… A promising career now within her reach, will she risk losing it all for true love?

Stars: Natalie Dreyfuss (The Originals), Andrew Dunbar (Life Sentence, When Calls the Heart)



Hint of Love – Sunday, Feb. 28 at 7 p.m. ET

A cookbook literary agent with culinary training is tasked with helping elevate the brand of a food channel personality known for his convenience-oriented recipes. However, as the agent works with her client on a new cookbook, playfully clashing over everything from ingredients to tastes, she must choose between following the directions or following her heart.

Stars: Debs Howard (The Good Doctor), Dennis Andres (Workin’ Moms)



My Birthday Romance – Sunday, March 7 at 7 p.m. ET

Callie Fitzgerald is tired of her family fixing her up and questioning her single status. She is determined to find a pretend boyfriend for her 35th birthday party just so her family will leave her alone. What she didn’t expect was to actually fall for him.

Stars: Ali Cobrin (The Baxters), Jesse Hutch (Cedar Cove, Arrow)



Charm of Love – Sunday, March 14 at 7 p.m. ET

Art historian Dr. Madison Turner, an expert in ancient artifacts, travels halfway around the world to the Caribbean to find the legendary "Lovers Stone" to save her beloved museum, but when she meets Andrew “Fitz” Fitzpatrick, an international hotelier with trust issues and a local’s knowledge of the island, her search may lead her to true love after all.

Stars: Katrina Lynne Norman (Nashville), Tilky Montgomery Jones (Nashville)



Love at Sunset Terrace – Sunday, March 21 at 7 p.m. ET

Tired of her fast-paced life in the city, Sophie Carter travels to a small seaside town to disconnect and self-reflect, staying at a rental home run by a widowed father of a young girl. With a little nudging from the matchmaking daughter, Sophie and Michael unexpectedly start to fall in love and Sophie must decide between returning home or following her heart.

Stars: Ellen Woglom (Inhumans), Carlo Marks (Chesapeake Shores)



About UPtv:

UPtv, the television home for uplifting entertainment, is one of the premier brands from UP Entertainment, LLC. UPtv is the destination for exclusive premiere movies, box-office hit films and beloved series. UPtv’s award-winning pro-social initiative, “UPlift Someone,” has inspired over 200 million people to uplift others through its social videos and dedicated UPlift Someone Facebook page. Additionally, UP Entertainment is home to the subscription streaming service, UP Faith & Family, America’s favorite streaming service for families, as well as AspireTV, the leading network for Black and urban lifestyle programming.


( --- END of Press Release --- ) 



*Please Note: I have not pre-screened these new movies listed above; therefore, I do not know if they will all be family friendly. Some of these movies may have aired previously through various streaming sources, so... if you've seen any of these films and would like to share a review, please do so in comments.

Thank you for visiting *It's a Wonderful Movie* today! Happy movie watching!

Blessings, Net


12 comments:

  1. I asked Hallmark for Sincerely, Truly Yours. for June Weddings because of Wedding Ring inside the envelope

    Starring Marshall Williams & Natalie Hall

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  2. What wonderful news.

    These all look great - some of these I've known were out there such as Love Is A Piece Of Cake and Sincerely, Yours Truly which I am particularly looking forward to!

    I actually much prefer UPtv to Lifetime.

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  3. Awesome news!!!!! Plus we will get Heartland season 14 likely in the summer

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    1. I was looking forward to this too but unfortunately from what I've seen on their instagram they added a gay character and they made something sad happen to a main character:(

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    2. Oh noooo.... not Heartland!

      I just looked this up. I had to. I can hardly believe it - the sad thing that happens to a main character is unbelievable. I knew the actor wanted less on screen time, but this news was still very shocking.

      I can't imagine the gut punch this must've been to the Canadian fans who've watched all 13 previous seasons and sat down to watch the premiere of season 14 Sunday night - and then this event took place in the first couple of minutes. Wow. Just reading about it is very emotional.

      I'm not going to give any details away for those who don't want to know, but if you're a Heartland fan who follows any of their social media you're bound to see it because fans are really talking.

      I'm very much in shock.

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    3. Me too! I think it was VERY wrong of them, especially after the year that everyone just had. In my mind I will make up my own ending, since I won't watch any further episodes. It's a shame. No one is going to keep watching it now, and it will be one of those shows that is so great and then fizzles out and has a few dud seasons at the end. Kind of like little house on the prairie, when they blew up walnut grove. It was just SO "out there" as a plot that in my mind, the show ends with them all happily in the town. And that is what I am doing with heartland. I think I'm just especially bummed that I won't be able to watch any more now

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    4. I remember the cast of WCTH came out in support of the gay agenda when Hallmark added those movies. Especially Erin Krakow and Paul Greene. Appears the actors think anything is okay. I know you said you did not think WCTH would do that, and I pray they don't. Can't believe Heartland did it, but perhaps all the shows are subject to that agenda. These days are days like we have never known. May God have mercy on us!

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    5. Yeah I would assume that When Calls the Heart would be safe since it is set in the 1900s and that lifestyle was still treated as the sin that it is.

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  4. Great! Always good for options other than Hallmark. Lifetime provides none after Christmas.

    Misty

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    1. Well said, Misty.

      Kudos to UPtv.

      Lifetime has muscled in on the Christmas movie scene and then gives little for the rest of the year.

      Personally feel Lifetime is a poor second to Hallmark who mostly air a new movie every week.

      Considering the circumstances last year I think Hallmark did very well with their Christmas programme.

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  5. I’m watching Blueprint to the Heart

    I saw Marshall Williams’ character ttalks to his ex-girlfriend

    The rest of the moves

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