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Friday, January 7, 2022

❄4 New Movies This Weekend! Danica McKellar in The Winter Palace, Lacey Chabert in The Wedding Veil and More! *SEE HERE:





It's a weekend filled with new movie premieres on GAC Family, the Hallmark Channel, UPtv, and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries! Will you try to catch one or all of them?

See programming details + encore showings below...



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Saturday, January 8, 2022:




Storyline: A novelist with a severe case of writer's block is given the chance to finish her book at an empty winter chateau. She's surprised when the property's owner, a prince, decides to come stay as well.

Premieres Saturday, January 8, 2022
at 8pm/7c. on GAC Family

Encores: Saturday, January 8, at 10pm/9c.
Saturday, January 15, at 6pm/5c.


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Saturday, January 8, 2022:


Storyline: The first installment of an enchanting new trilogy starring three of Hallmark's most beloved leading ladies as longtime college friends who discover a mysterious, antique veil fabled to unite its bearer with her true love. After discovering a long-lost painting, museum curator Avery and successful, new board member Peter investigate the artwork's origins as they plan a charity fundraiser to unveil its restoration.

Premieres Saturday, January 8, 2022
at 8pm/7c. on the Hallmark Channel

Encores: Sunday, January 9th at 6pm/5c.


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Sunday, January 9, 2022:




Storyline: When Rose, a passionate fashion stylist in her 30’s living in New York, inherits her grandmother’s vintage dress shop, she returns to her small hometown to take care of the store. As she’s contemplating closing the store for good, she runs into her charming high school crush, Cole Murphy, who convinces her to restore the store and help people in need that can’t afford new clothes. After hesitantly agreeing, the two friends reminisce about their old feelings, and realize that the store is not the only that deserves a second chance, but so does their love.

Premieres Sunday, January 9, 2022
at 7pm/6c. on UPtv


Encores: Sunday, January 9th at 11pm/10c.


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Sunday, January 9, 2022:



Storyline: Suzanne McBride is excited to spend her birthday with her family. It will be the first time that her three adopted daughters will be together in years. This seems like a great time for a family reunion, but the sisters are each wrestling with unique challenges that threaten to derail this special occasion. Will their bond be strong enough to survive this time together?

Premieres Sunday, January 9, 2022
at 9pm/8c. on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries


Encores: Wednesday, January 12 at 7pm/6c.


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There's certainly plenty to see on TV this weekend. Our weather here in the Midwest has been even more frigid, in the single digits and teens, so there aren't too many activities for us outdoors. Instead, I'll be staying in, keeping warm and catching up on a little of my movie watching.

In addition to the new movies, you might also want to check out the "Aurora Teagarden Mystery" marathon on Saturday and the "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" movie marathon on Sunday - both on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. I just love the "Aurora" mysteries and I highly recommend the "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" series, with their uplifting, faith-filled, inspiring stories! Each one, in my opinion, is a masterpiece!

Also, if you are missing the Christmas movies, be sure to check out the Christmas TV Schedule; I'm going to continue to report the family-friendly Christmas movies airing throughout the year there. I may also do some reminder posts, from time to time.

As for the new premieres, I can't wait to see "The Winter Palace" on GAC Family! All of the promos have drawn me in... I can't wait to see Danica and Neal together again! Plus, I'm curious about "The Wedding Veil," too! I sure hope it's good! And the new UPtv movie, Love's Second Chance, looks great, as well... gotta make some more room on the DVR!

Please Note: I have not pre-screened the new movies. If you happen to watch one or more and would like to share a review, please do so in comments below.


Blessings on your weekend! Net


SHINING HIS LIGHT:

"For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, 
“plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."
~Jeremiah 29:11


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36 comments:

  1. North To Home looks the most intiguing of these - Florence

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  2. Wish GAC was doing more than just 1 movie in January. Winter Palace looks good.

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    1. In a reply to me they also said they're only doing one in February... but they are just getting started.. and personally I prefer they stay with quality rather than doing like Hallmark did and go to quantity

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  3. North to Home is based on The Christmas Sisters by Susan Morgan

    “The perfect gift for readers who relish heartwarming tales of sisters and love.”—Booklist on The Christmas Sisters

    In the snowy Highlands of Scotland, Suzanne McBride is dreaming of the perfect cozy Christmas. Her three adopted daughters are coming home for the holidays and she can’t wait to see them. But tensions are running high…

    Workaholic Hannah knows she can’t avoid spending the holidays with her family two years in a row. But it’s not the weight of their expectations that’s panicking her—it’s the life-changing secret she’s hiding. Stay-at-home mom Beth is having a personal crisis. All she wants for Christmas is time to decide if she’s ready to return to work—seeing everyone was supposed to help her stress levels, not increase them! Posy isn’t sure she’s living her best life, but with her parents depending on her, making a change seems risky. But not as risky as falling for gorgeous new neighbor Luke…

    As Suzanne’s dreams of the perfect McBride Christmas unravel, she must rely on the magic of the season to bring her daughters together. But will this new togetherness teach the sisters that their close-knit bond is strong enough to withstand anything—including a family Christmas

    In the movie; North to Home

    Suzanne McBride is excited to spend her birthday with her family. It will be the first time that her three adopted daughters will be together in years. She celebrated her birthday & she reunited with her 3 adopted Daughters. The McBride sisters reunite in Alaska for a memorable birthday celebration that connects their past to the present.

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  4. Looking forward to several of these movies.

    denise

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  5. I agree with your list! Happy viewing everyone.

    Misty

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  6. I can't wait to watch the Wedding Veil movies. Would be cute to see the 3 friends have a triple wedding at the end.

    Hope it's clean. Never too sure, with Hallmark now, sadly.

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  7. The Winter Palace is: Awesome!! A perfect 10!! I highly recommend it to anyone! -Maria

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    1. Maria, That is Wonderful to hear! Thank you so much for sharing with us! Wow, a 10 rating!

      I wanted to watch last night, but unfortunately, we had a t-storm that went through and it interfered with our satellite signal throughout the night. (*Ugh!*) Thank goodness there's an encore airing coming up next Saturday!

      I shared your review - here:
      https://itsawonderfulmovie.blogspot.com/2022/01/gac-family-first-2022-tv-movie-premiere-the-winter-palace-rom-com.html

      Again, thank you!!! :)

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  8. Joyce in CarolinaSunday, January 09, 2022

    Happy to report The Wedding Veil is family friendly! Good movie! Lacy and Kevin were good together. Lacy is always good, but this was some of Kevin's best work in my opinion!

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    1. Joyce, YAY! Thank you so much for being the first to report The Wedding Veil is family-friendly. I can't wait to see Lacey and Kevin together, especially after receiving your review.

      I couldn't record last night, but I plan to get the encore showing today! And, it will be even more enjoyable to watch after receiving your endorsement - thank you so much! :)

      I posted your review here -
      https://itsawonderfulmovie.blogspot.com/2021/11/hallmark-channel-announces-new-year-new.html

      Blessings on your day!!!

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    2. Thank you so much, Joyce!! Even if they sneak something into one of the remaining trilogy movies, I'm really happy this one is family-friendly. I'm planning to watch today and will enjoy it to the fullest having seen your review!

      ~Alicia

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    3. Oh Goodie!! This is wonderful news! I was really wanting to see this. Thanks for the info. I just love Lacey. I wonder how she is holding up. She is still in my heart and prayers.

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  9. I am happy to say that the Winter Palace film was 100% family friendly clean. It really was a sweet film and Danica was great and fun as usual. Loved the scene when the prince made his first cooked meal and served it to the staff. Made me laugh. I hope you all get to enjoy it. God bless❤

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  10. THE WINTER PALACE (GAC)
    Family friendly.  Royal movies are not really my favorite, but sometimes there are a few that I enjoy. This will be an unpopular opinion for sure, but unfortunately, this one was just alright. I felt this movie was a little too pretentious. I just couldn't get past the royal-ish attitude ("the schedule"). The two leads lacked chemistry to be honest. I do love Danica and think she was great in this, but I personally didn't feel that she was a good pair with Neal Bledsoe. 

    THE WEDDING VEIL
    Family friendly. I enjoyed this one very much! I mean, with Lacey, Autumn and Ali, plus Kevin McGarry.. what more could we want? I really liked the art theme, the friendship, and the cute banters between the leads. Lacey looked lovely too in all those pretty dresses. The setting (museum/garden) was beautiful too. This was a wonderful watch!

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    1. Abigail and CH Mom ~ Thank you both for sharing these reviews. It's always good to get varying takes on the new movies.

      Best of all, it's nice to know they are both family friendly.

      I posted your reviews of "The Winter Palace" here:
      https://itsawonderfulmovie.blogspot.com/2022/01/gac-family-first-2022-tv-movie-premiere-the-winter-palace-rom-com.html

      And, CH Mom, I posted your review of "The Wedding Veil" here:
      https://itsawonderfulmovie.blogspot.com/2021/11/hallmark-channel-announces-new-year-new.html

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  11. North to Home is family friendly & it’s based on the book called; “The Christmas Sisters”, by Susan Morgan. It’s emotional scenes to make you cry. Think your family has issues? Get a load of the secrets & resentments the McBrides are holding. Suzanne McBride is looking forward to celebrate her birthday with her 3 adopted Daughters: The McBride Sisters; Workaholic Hannah, Stay-at-Home Mom, Beth, & the youngest ones, Posy takes over her family restaurant are reuniting for the first time in years as family reunion. Posy’s life as a mountain climber when Posy is with Maxie the rescue dog to find hikers. She’s falling for a handsome new neighbor named Luke. Beth & posy watch family home video about their real parents & themselves when they were young ages. These issues threaten to undo Suzanne’s best-laid plans for her birthday party — and it doesn’t help that the family has “hidden resentments,” Happy 30 x 2 Susanne’s birthday cake. Hannah starts recognize Luke Whittaker the travel writer whose he’s staying at Guesthouse when she got a phone call from the accident about months ago so, also, Beth got a phone call too. Nobody rents a guesthouse to impose family stories to his. Even, Luke’s real last name is Palmer as in Luke Palmer. Suzanne mentions Luke’s parents’ named Cheryl & Brett Palmer. THE MCBRIDE SISTERS BOND TOGETHER TO DISCUSSION WHILE They’re DRINKING AT COLIN’S place to resolve the issues. Hannah’s pregnant, Beth’s was job offer for skin care. When Beth asks her Sister; Posy about Luke? Those ladies have flashbacks when The McBride Sisters read the book together “The Velveteen Rabbit” Book by Margery Williams and Suzanne & Stewart McBride with The McBride Sisters’ real parents on the snowy mountains. The McBride Sisters with Melly & Ruby to read the books.

    Posy, Beth, & Hannah’s real parents are with Suzanne & Stewart while Luke’s parents named Cheryl & Brett Palmer chose to go up there in the mountains until there’s avalanche in Denali since Posey, Hannah, & Beth’s real parents passed away. Suzanne & Stewart McBride adopted their 3 Daughters for Suzanne’s memorable birthday.

    Luke made a career writing travel guides that related to climbing but he decided that he wanted to shift gears & write about something different so, he sets out to write a survival book, not just for climbers that survived accidents, but for the people that were left behind by climbers that weren’t so lucky. After all, the research that he have done about that day, nothing points to anything other than a random act of nature. If there’s always signs. His parents chose to go up there that day as climbers, they know there are always risks but it seems to him like the best way to honor his parents is for Suzanne & Stewart to forgive themselves. Luke starts to pack them up. Posy has a chance to talk with Luke. Luke’s intention was to research the accident for the book, but everything changed including the mountains, Posy’s family. Luke lost his parents. Posy wanna go to Switzerland with Luke who she wants go on the adventures as Mountain climber on mountain peaks. The family & Luke celebrate Suzanne’s birthday is to open birthday gifts.

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  12. Watched North to Home last night. I enjoyed the emotion that it showed and it felt like the Hallmark of old. It deals with real life situations, especially ones that family’s face when distance and time separated are involved. Good cast and good chemistry. Will definitely watch again.

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  13. North to home was family friendly!! It was very good and not as dramatic as I initially thought. Very heartwarming and definitely a tearjerker in parts. Cast was great and had amazing chemistry! Overall was very impressed with this weekends movies on hallmark!

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  14. Joyce in CarolinaMonday, January 10, 2022

    I am so happy to see that North to Home is family friendly! I started watching and fell asleep. When I realized I had missed more than half of the movie I turned it. Didn't want to see the end without all the details. Thanks to all that posted the review!!

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    1. Yes! Thank you so much, JoCo, Daniel, and Anonymous, for sharing these wonderful reviews for North to Home. I love hearing that it reminds you of Hallmark's movies from the past - and that it is heartwarming!

      I join Joyce in my appreciation to you both for sharing with us!

      I posted your reviews here:
      https://itsawonderfulmovie.blogspot.com/2021/11/hallmark-channel-announces-new-year-new.html

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  15. Got some great news for GAC fans: Jen Lilley just signed a multi year deal to do 4 movies for the network! -Maria

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  16. The Wedding Veil was family friendly. I was really enjoying it until Kevin threw in a truly terrible "Boston" accent part way through that made me cringe and it really stood out when nobody else from "Boston" used any accent at all. This will be a single watch for me based on that alone and the cast was made up of some of my favorites.

    Hoping for a better part 2 and 3.

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    1. Absolutely! My review is belong, and the "Boston" accent was horrendous--and that's coming from a Bostonian! With an accent lol

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  17. I was waiting to hear reviews of North to Home before watching cause i was afraid they would sneak in the same sex couples, so glad to hear it is a good movie and that lots of you guys liked it. Yay!!! Thank you all.

    Sabrina

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    1. Hi, Sabrina, I highly recommend North to Home. Had me in tears.

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  18. Happy New Year New Movies! I absolutely loved The Winter Palace. I do not have GAC but some of their movies are on Prime, and I was thrilled that this one was. I loved the plot, the characters, and Danica and Neal together again were even better than the first time. Also important, family friendly!

    I wanted to love The Wedding Veil, but I liked it (this installment anyway). I am a Bostonian and found Kevin McGarry's accent awful--like nails on a chalk board to me--Bostonians do not sound like that!! Advice to Kevin--next time, lose the accent. His mother did not have an accent nor did Lacey and it is better to keep it that way. Looking forward to the next two installments, but I wished that HM just used the month of February for this trilogy. Now must wait for Autumn (my personal favorite). Glad to hear North to Home is family friendly. I will def catch that one and let you know my review of that as well!!

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    1. Savvy Girl, if you have IMDb TV or Peacock

      The Winter Palace is on IMDb TV.

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    2. Thank you! I hope more GAC movies, especially Jesse Metcalfe's new one, show up there, too. Thanks again!

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  19. The Wedding Veil is family friendly. It’s based on the books called; “The Wedding Veil Wishes: There Goes the Bride”, by Lori Wilde. The Wedding Veil Trilogy starts with 3 actresses; Lacey Chabert, Autumn Reeser, & Alison Sweeney in open credits as they approach as special appearance in each movies.

    3 college friends named Avery Morrison, Emma, & Tracy reunite in different cities every year to go antiquing & they find an enchanted, antique lace wedding veil with a heart & embroidery letter A with a legend—it is said that whoever possesses the veil will find their true love in San Francisco. They discover an extraordinary, antique lace wedding veil with a legend—it is said that whoever possesses the veil will find their true love. 3 friends agree to purchase the veil together & pass it along to each other to test whether or not the legend is true. Avery, an art curator, is the first to take possession and very soon after meets a handsome stranger named Peter. They spend a carefree day together at a local museum, they share some uncanny coincidences that have Avery wondering if it’s fate.

    I couldn’t stop laughing out loud because of Peter’s Boston accent is hilarious & Peter as Michael Copeland: When I think I’m out but they put him back in! Avery & Peter live in Boston. After discovering a long-lost painting, museum curator Avery & a new board member Peter investigate the artwork's origins as they plan to unveil it at a gala.

    When a misunderstanding leads Peter & Avery go their separate ways just as their romance is getting started. He gives her the cold–shoulder, Avery resolves to put him out of her mind…only for him to show up at her job back in Boston?Sonya introduces Avery to Peter when he behinds her. It turns out that Peter is from a very well–known wealthy philanthropic family & the newest board member & has just taken a seat on the museum’s board at the museum where she works. When Peter & Avery are uncover a long–lost painting from a 19th century Italian famous master painter & they’re asking Frederick about it & then have to work together on a gala to unveil the masterpiece, Peter works closely with Avery on a special gala to unveil its restoration? As the project brings them closer & they start to clear the air, they find the coincidences they share just might be the veil, working its magic. As they grow closer together, it seems the veil is working its magic. Avery talks with her friend; Emma about Peter by saying he’s nice, so funny, witty, charming, & very attractive. Peter introduces Avery to his Mom; Grace. Peter & Avery get married at the end of the movie. Even Lacey says Kevin is so funny & charismatic. Some guys have Boston accent but the ladies didn’t.The

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  20. Does that mean that Jen Lilley will no longer work for Hallmark?

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    1. Chris, according to information released, her contract is not exclusive with GAC Media, however, one of Jen's followers asked her about this on Instagram and she said she would be seen for the next 2 years on GAC. So... it sounds like Jen plans to only work with GAC for the next couple of years.

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  21. Hallmark Star Kellie Martin Is Reviving a Popular 1980s/1990s TV Series

    NBC placed a “put pilot order” for the original series, “Life Goes On,” Variety reported. This isn’t a reboot of “Life Goes On,” but rather a continuation of the original series that aired in the 1980s and 1990s.
    Martin will return as a Becca Thatcher, now grown up. She’s working as a doctor and returns to her hometown, where she reunites with her family members. (The theme of returning to your hometown has quite the Hallmark ring to it.)

    It’s not clear which other members of the original cast will return, which included Bill Smitrovich, Chris Burke, Patti LuPone, Tracey Needham, and Michele Matheson.
    Martin tweeted that her daughter is about the same age she was during the series.

    Martin recently revealed that her Hallmark Mysteries series of movies, “Hailey Dean Mysteries,” was canceled after nine installments that ran from 2016 to 2019.

    https://heavy.com/entertainment/hallmark/kellie-martin-reviving-tv-series/amp/

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    1. Yes, I just heard about this news this “Life Goes On” reboot this morning. It is good news for Kellie Martin since her "Hailey Dean Mysteries" has been cancelled on Hallmark.

      I recall liking the original "Life Goes On" series in the early years, but later on, they started to deal with hot button issues, so I didn't watch as much then. I wonder what direction they will take with this. It is interesting that the original series was on ABC and this new series will on NBC.

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  22. NORTH TO HOME
    Family friendly. This one was a tearjerker for sure! It was not as intense as I anticipated (from the trailer/preview), but it was still very emotional and touching. Loved the dynamic between the 3 sisters. It was realistic, because not all siblings are lovey-dovey like portrayed in most Hallmark movies. These sisters had issues and they were coming together for Mom's birthday and had no choice to face it. This was most definitely more family centric, than romance. I'm loving all these movies with multiple Hallmark actresses together like this one and Wedding Veil.

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