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Thursday, August 5, 2021

🔎 September 2021 Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Premieres! 🔎💗 Get the Scoop Here:





HALLMARK MOVIES & MYSTERIES will have All New Mysteries and Movie Dramas in September.

See all the details below...

NOTE: All NEW Premieres in September begin at 9pm/8c.




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Redemption in Cherry Springs

Starring: Rochelle Aytes and Keith Robinson



Premieres: September 12, 2021

Storyline: After fallout from a story, reporter Melanie goes home to Cherry Springs for a break. When a friend disappears, she uses her skills to get to the truth, to the local detective's dismay.


Review:

🔎 "This was a good, family friendly sort of mystery for around age 12 and up. Nothing gory or creepy was shown. Melanie (Rochelle Aytes) has returned home to take care of her mother’s home and belongings after her passing (I believe it was a year ago)– and she’s also escaping some troubling issues she’s encountered as a journalist. A good friend of Melanie‘s winds up missing and she sets out to find him with the help of the local detective, Jake (Keith Robinson), who is a single father (his wife is deceased) and he's also a good friend to Melanie's uncle. The chemistry between the two leads is good; it’s obvious they are setting up this story to continue on to further movies, as one minor mystery at the end is yet to be solved. I also want to mention some brief dialogue that caught my attention at the beginning of the movie. Melanie is talking to her friend about a karaoke party from the past and she says (almost under her breath) she still has PTSD from it and they both laugh. I felt that was not an appropriate reference to use with this supposed joke. PTSD is a very serious condition and should not be used in a lighthearted way. Ever. Beyond that, the mystery portion wasn’t too difficult to solve, but it is interesting. And much like the recent Mystery 101 movies, as I alluded to above, this movie also leaves another mystery undone." ~Net




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Finding Love in Mountain View

Starring: Danielle C. Ryan, Myko Olivier

Note: The poster below is a previous one released for this movie. Hallmark may release their own poster image and press photos. Stay tuned for updates.





Premieres: September 19, 2021

Storyline: After learning she's been entrusted to take care of her deceased cousin's children, an architect is torn between focusing on her career and honoring her cousin's wish.





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Rise and Shine, Benedict Stone

Starring: Tom Everett Scott, Mia Maestro, Ella Ballentine




Premieres: September 26, 2021

Story: Benedict Stone’s (Scott) life is turned upside-down when his teenage niece (Ballentine) arrives on his doorstep; except she might be the change that Benedict desperately needs.




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So... what do you think of these new movies coming up on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries? It looks like only one of them is a mystery, and HMM is branching out into making more drama-style movies.

Please note: Typically, the mystery movies (due to violence) are best suited for ages 12 and up. If you'd like to add a review, on whether a film is family-friendly, please share in comments below.

Happy watching! Net




*images via: Hallmark Crown Media Family Networks



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5 comments:

  1. It will be nice to have some new shows to watch and I always love the Fall settings! Thanks for the info! Enjoy your day!

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  2. My heart leapt when I saw Sam Page's photo at the top of the thread.

    Short-lived though - why does he always seem to get inferior scripts? Don't like the sound of this one at all - Florence

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  3. They've said they want to bring more like this, so I'm hopeful.

    denise

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  4. I didn't watch Redemption in Cherry Springs, but i heard it was really bad. And from the ratings, i can't see them doing another movie.

    I am looking forward to the 6 drama movies, no more murders :)

    Sabrina

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  5. 🔎 Redemption in Cherry Springs - Movie Review:

    "This was a good, family friendly sort of mystery for around age 12 and up. Nothing gory or creepy was shown. Melanie (Rochelle Aytes) has returned home to take care of her mother’s home and belongings after her passing (I believe it was a year ago)– and she’s also escaping some troubling issues she’s encountered as a journalist. A good friend of Melanie‘s winds up missing and she sets out to find him with the help of the local detective, Jake (Keith Robinson), who is a single father (his wife is deceased) and he's also a good friend to Melanie's uncle. The chemistry between the two leads is good; it’s obvious they are setting up this story to continue on to further movies, as one minor mystery at the end is yet to be solved. I also want to mention some brief dialogue that caught my attention at the beginning of the movie. Melanie is talking to her friend about a karaoke party from the past and she says (almost under her breath) she still has PTSD from it and they both laugh. I felt that was not an appropriate reference to use with this supposed joke. PTSD is a very serious condition and should not be used in a lighthearted way. Ever. Beyond that, the mystery portion wasn’t too difficult to solve, but it is interesting. And much like the recent Mystery 101 movies, as I alluded to above, this movie also leaves another mystery undone." ~Net

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