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Wednesday, November 30, 2022

❄ Hallmark's JANUARY 2023 Movie Schedule is HERE! "The Wedding Veil" Returns and More... ❄ SEE DETAILS:

New romantic comedies are coming in the New Year, and an all-new mystery, too! Hallmark Media has released their upcoming movie premieres via ET. See what's airing this January 2023 on the Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries...

See all the movie details...


All premieres are at 8 p.m. ET/PT, unless otherwise noted.

The Dog Lover's Guide to Dating

Starring: Rebecca Dalton and Corey Sevier

Premieres: Sunday, January 1
, 2023

Simon (Sevier) believes Chloe is the girl of his dreams, but can’t seem to win over her beloved pup. He enlists dog trainer Alex (Dalton) and soon finds himself wondering where his real connection might be.

Movie Reviews:

πŸ• The Dog Lover's Guide to Falling In Love. Man this was a bad movie. First They had no chemistry, Both Simon and Alex started out strong and like never felt like they were in love. 2 She has trust issues against all men because her dad walked out 20 years ago. That's a new one. 3 The GF is the best character in the whole movie. 4. Simon was basically cheating all movie. 5. WHY WERE THE MAIN LEAD AND THE DOG THE SAME NAME. ~Brenny

πŸ• DOG LOVER’S GUIDE TO DATING Family friendly. Let me start by saying that love triangle is my least favorite of all romance movies trope, so I might be biased. I do think that the chemistry was there, and I do like both the male and female lead. I do have some issues about the story and the way this movie was directed and edited. Some parts were a bit rushed and choppy. I found it weird that Simon took Alex to dinner, and then also the axe throwing place… both look very much like a date, while he is also still with the model/designer girlfriend. I found it distasteful that he didn’t breakup with Chloe while he seemed like he was pursuing Alex. It was such an odd reaction from Chloe when she found out Simon was falling for Alex. I mean, personally, I think she should have appeared more upset instead of pushing Simon to Alex. For many reasons this movie was just lacking in finesse to me. This was family friendly, but with too many cliches, less than stellar directing and editing, it was not a keeper for me. ~CH Mom

πŸ• Tried the dog movie from this past weekend, but it was pretty bad. ~Sabrina


The Wedding Veil Expectations

Starring: Lacey Chabert, Kevin McGarry, Alison Sweeney and Autumn Reeser

Premieres: Saturday, Jan
uary 7, 2023

In the first movie of this sequel trilogy, Avery (Chabert) and her husband Peter (McGarry) are in the midst of renovating the old house they’ve purchased, which is proving to be a bigger undertaking than they anticipated. Avery has some exciting news to share with him, but is waiting for just the right moment. Meanwhile, Avery’s mother-in-law, Grace (Karen Kruper), reconnects with a former beau, and Peter has concerns. Between that, the pitfalls of remodeling and navigating the politics of having a new boss at the museum, Avery is lucky to have Emma (Reeser) and Tracy (Sweeney), who offer support from afar as well as in person when they decide a video chat won’t suffice. When newlywed Tracy returns the antique wedding veil to Emma, the friends may find that they haven’t seen the last of its magic.

Movie Reviews:

πŸ’• The Wedding Veil Expectations is family friendly. Very sweet movie. I hope the rest of the movies will be family friendly as well! ~Joyce in Carolina

πŸ’• Very proud to say that TWV Expectations is CLEAN!!! It's clean, and insanely fluffy cute! Definitely going to buy this one! -Maria

πŸ’• The Wedding Veil Expectations.... I loved this movie!!! I really enjoyed seeing the three ladies again. What a special friendship they have. And you can see how much they care and love each other. This film was thankfully family-friendly and was a treat! Loved Lacey and Kevin together! The whole movie was a delight!! ~Abigail

πŸ’• Wedding Veil Expectations was a great movie. All 3 of the leading ladies were very fun together. I loved how it kept the magic going. I wish there was more about her pregnancy in the movie. I kind of forget she was pregnant for a good amount of the movie. ~Brenny

πŸ’• I just watched the Wedding Veil Expectations and thought it was a nice movie. Other than talk of a dating couple going away together for the weekend, the movie was family friendly. ~Karen

πŸ’• The Wedding Veil Expectations is family & friendly about Avery & Peter try keep their romance alive while renovating an old house & juggling work with Sam, but (SPOILER ALERT!) everything takes on a new perspective when she reveals a surprise is she bun in the oven. Avery’s Mother in Law named Grace Hastings sees someone she knew in fact that Clark was the guy she was almost married to just before she met Peter’s Father. Avery is expecting a baby boy named Daniel is named after Peter’s Dad. Tracy & Emma are Godmothers to Avery & Peter’s Son; Daniel. Clark & Grace are getting married. Peter tells Clark “Welcome to the Family”. Peter is holding his Son; Daniel in from of his Mother; Grace the bride. ~Anonymous

πŸ’• THE WEDDING VEIL EXPECTATIONS Family friendly. I found myself dragging through this movie. Yes it is a great series, but somehow I kept trying to watch it a few times and not finishing this one. I did finally finish it but I guess just not too interested in the storyline in general. I can definitely see that others would enjoy it more than I did. There was nothing specifically wrong about it, I couldn't even pinpoint it I guess. It would be a one time watch for me and I kinda just watched it to watch the whole series. ~CH Mom

πŸ’• I will admit that I did enjoy watching the new Wedding Veil trilogy. Last year‘s trilogy was better, but have still enjoyed the first two movies of this year trilogy. ~Chuck


The Wedding Veil Inspiration

Starring: Autumn Reeser, Paolo Bernardini, Alison Sweeney and Lacey Chabert

Premieres: Saturday, Jan
uary 14, 2023

Storyline: In the second movie of this sequel trilogy, Emma (Reeser) is teaching and working hard to prove she can step into the department chair role, as Paolo’s (Bernardini) lace shop is about to open. On track for her life plan, Emma feels strongly that things fall into place before she and Paolo grow their family. As the couple navigates their busy work schedules and finding the perfect time, Emma bumps heads with the current chair of her department and starts questioning her life choices. With support from Paolo –- and perhaps a little help from the veil -- will Emma find the courage to stop planning her life and start living it?

Movie Reviews:

πŸ’• So happy to report that TWV Inspiration is very clean! It's a bit angsty, but it ends happily. Looking forward to buying this on DVD! –Maria

πŸ’• For me The Wedding Veil Inspiration wasn’t as good as last weeks but still good. Family friendly at least. ~Anonymous

πŸ’• The Wedding Veil Inspiration wasn't as good as the last week's installment. Only one thing that was uncomfortable. The story developing between the back leads so to speak has an awkward moment. The girl involved kept throwing in the name "Charlotte" until the guy involved finally asks Autumn if the girl in question had a former "girlfriend" she was involved with. Answer was no, but to me said you should just accept that life style. Other than that it was clean. ~Joyce in Carolina

πŸ’• The Wedding Veil-Inspiration might have not been family friendly at one point. There is a scene where Matteo is telling Emma about his feelings for Lily, but has concerns as he has heard Lily mention someone named Charlotte. He asks Emma is Charlotte is a girlfriend or ex girlfriend. Emma laughs and clarifies that Charlotte is in fact the spider that has been invading her office. Let me know if I misunderstood this scene. I saw it only briefly. Sarah

πŸ’• THE WEDDING VEIL INSPIRATION I really, really enjoyed this one. Out of all 3 Wedding Veil couples, Emma and Paolo is my favorite. They are just really fun to watch and made me smile whenever they are together. Personally, this Inspiration movie is also more enjoyable to me than the Expectation one. The story had some real marriage conflicts, and I didn't know how it would end. That Facetime romantic dinner was soooo cute. I also loved the romance development between Emma's TA (Lily) and Matteo. Although there was a little insinuation when Matteo asked Emma if Lily had a girlfriend, so maybe not super family friendly for some. Hallmark just HAD to sneak one in, huh! ~CH Mom

πŸ’• The Wedding Veil Inspiration... SPOILERS!! I really enjoyed this movie. It was funny, sweet and heartfelt! I said this before, but I love seeing the three friends being there for each other. I loved the baby news( I can see her having a girl) and wonder if Tracey will have the same thing. Great acting too! I also appreciated her husband taking over the responsibility of the business for his family. That would be a tough situation for a husband to be in. I loved that she follows as well. What's that verse in Ruth....Where you go, I go. Your people shall be my people and your God my God. And I loved Autumn's outfits! They were so cute on her. (Minus the off the shoulder one... I thought it was funny that she was wearing an off the shoulder blouse but was cold, so she tried to warm herself up with a lap blanket. But it wasn't working because her shoulders were still exposed.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ The only thing was the mention "Charlotte." We know there was no same sex issues going on. It was a spider. However, I didn't see the need for them to bring it up. Thankfully it was VERY short (and I kinda missed it because my younger brother was playing the piano during that scene.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I'm glad I watched it look forward to the next one! And that veil is sooooooo beautiful!! I would buy the reproduction if I could afford it and if I was getting married. ;) ~Abigail


Weekly TV Series:

The Way Home

Starring: Andie MacDowell, Chyler Leigh, Evan Williams and Sadie LaFlamme-Snow

Premieres: Sunday, January 15, 2023 at 9 p.m. ET/PT

The Way Home is a family drama following the lives of three generations of women -- Kat Landry (Leigh), her 15-year-old daughter, Alice (Laflamme-Snow), and Kat’s mother, Del (MacDowell), who are all strong, willful and independent. More than 20 years prior, life-changing events prompted Kat to move away from her small, Canadian farm town of Port Haven and she remains estranged from Del to this day. Alice has never met her grandmother and is unaware of the reasons for their fractured family. With Kat’s marriage coming to an end and having just been laid off from her job, she decides to return home after receiving an unexpected letter from Del urging her to come back. Although Alice is not thrilled, Kat and her daughter arrive at her family’s farm -- and the reunion isn’t what Kat had envisioned. As the three generations of women slowly work on finding their footing as a family, they embark on an enlightening journey none of them could have imagined as they learn how to find their way back to each other.


🏠 Hi, Net! I did watch The Way Home, and I will not be investing any more time and here's why. Very strange premise about time traveling (not a fan but if done right, could be good), and I don't think this was done right. It was extraordinarily unrealistic and just silly in my opinion. The teenage girl had several scenes in which she was horribly disrespectful to her mother, who just let it go because of their circumstances. I could not connect with anyone in the cast except for Andie McDowell, who I thought was great as the matriarch. Unfortunately, even with Andie, I won't continue to watch, as it is in my opinion, nonsensical. There could have been so many other ways for this teen girl to discover her mother's past and connect with her besides some kind of pond that enables time travel. I was looking forward to another family drama, but this one is not for me. Thanks, Net and Happy 2023!! ~Savvy Girl

🏠 The Way Home was great. It was very Unhallmarky, but the whole plot of her traveling back in time and seeing her family from a different point of view is great!! Its a must watch for everyone on this site!! ~Brenny

🏠 I watched The Way Home, but grew uneasy during the first scene. It was the 1800s and men were chasing a woman through the woods. I heard them call her a witch at least once. I immediately thought of the Salem Witch Trials. There was a weird mysterious vibe through the whole episode.

🏠 I am one that decided to watch “The Way Home” Sunday night. I had not heard any previews about the series before watching it. After watching it I decided I would not watch it anymore. It was just a very strange series. It definitely was not your typical Hallmark production. Also, after watching it I felt like that it would not be around very long. It seems that Hallmark will start a series or a murder mystery movie and you have learn to really like the series/mystery movies and really look forward to watching it. Then Hallmark decides to cancel it after the series/movies barely gets started. Most of those series/ mystery movies were family friendly and it is irritating that they would cancel them. Look how many of the mystery movies on Hallmark Movies and Mysteries channel has been dropped. (Martha’s Vineyard, Morning Show Mysteries, Crossword Mysteries, Murder 101, Match Maker etc.) I will admit that I did enjoy watching the new Wedding Veil trilogy. Last year‘s trilogy was better, but have still enjoyed the first two movies of this year trilogy. ~Chuck

🏠 I personally liked the first episode of The Way Home. Enough to give it a chance. It is unlike any other Hallmark series and makes sense it comes from the same team that does Heartland. While it is completely different than that show, too, it does have a similar type vibe of family and being out of each other's lives and then coming together again. I'm very curious how the time travel will play out, but it is a unique angle for the teenager to understand what happened with her mom, grandma and family in the past. Families aren't perfect and seeing how they are dealing with estrangement, death, divorce and teenage emotions is refreshing. ~Jennifer R.


The Wedding Veil Journey

Starring: Alison Sweeney, Victor Webster, Lacey Chabert and Autumn Reeser

Premieres: Saturday, January 21, 2023

In the third movie of the sequel trilogy, Tracy (Sweeney) is now head of the auction house and Nick’s (Webster) restaurant is such a success, he’s looking at expanding. Their success comes at a cost, however, as it gives them little time to see each other. The couple agree to make time for their long overdue honeymoon. They head to Greece as it’s the perfect place to relax and sightsee. When a travel delay costs the couple their hotel room, they get the opportunity to stay on a remote island nearby. Is it possible the veil is once again working its magic and bringing them exactly where they need to be?

Movie Reviews:

πŸ’• I'm so happy to announce that TWV Journey is 10000% clean!!! Yes, all 3 of these new movies are clean!! –Maria

πŸ’• The Wedding Veil Journey is the best of the 3 and might be the best of the 6 in my opinion. Loved this one! Unless I totally missed something it is family friendly. This one is different and will pull at your heart strings! Alison and Victor are both great, but Alison shows her true range of acting in this movie! She's always been one of my favorites and she does not disappoint here! ~Joyce in Carolina

πŸ’• Wow! What a great film!! Family friendly. It was a treat seeing this one. The first movie is still my favorite, but this was Allison's best out of the 6 movie series. I enjoyed all of it, the friendly people, scenery and of course the lovely friendship of the three ladies. I will wait until the next 3 are on dvd, then I'll buy! I know it's probably not going to happen but I would so love to see more! I really want to see Avery driving that mini van with little kiddos. ;) ~Abigail

πŸ’• WEDDING VEIL JOURNEY (Family Friendly) OK so I watched the trailer numerous times before watching this, and it just didn't seem very intriguing to me. It was sitting in my DVR for days until I finally got to watch it, and boy, the trailer really didn't do its justice AT ALL. I thought this wouldn't top the Inspiration one, but I can confidently say this was my favorite of all 6 Wedding Veil movies (say whaaaat?!). I would never have thought that a post-marriage movie sequel would top the first one. Personally, I think that a good movie can simply make me laugh and move my heart at the same time. This was so very well written and directed, but the writing was especially amazing. Heartbreaking in a way, made me chuckle and engaged the whole time, with a beautiful ending of course. The characters are just lovely and made you root for them. I love how they all interact, especially Tracy and Nick. I just loved how sweet, kind and understanding Nick was to Tracy. So loving, but not in a cheesy way. I loved how Nick stood up for Tracy when the headmaster was yelling at her. Really, really wonderful acting by Ali Sweeney, Victor Webster, and the boy Leo. Loved, loved this one so much! ~CH Mom


Love in Glacier National: A National Park Romance

Previous Title: Glacier Park Romance

Starring: Ashley Newbrough and Stephen Huszar

Premieres: Saturday, January 28, 2023

Sparks fly when Hannah (Newbrough), an expert in avalanche forecasting, brings her new technology to Glacier National Park and faces pushback from the director of Mountain Rescue (Huszar), who relies more on intuition and common sense. Their dual approach bring more than forecasting to the forefront of their hearts.

Movie Reviews:

❄ Decided to skip Love at Glacier Park. I'm hearing that IVF was included in a discussion along with supporting global warming. I prefer to not hear those topics in what are supposed to be 'clean' movies from this channel. –Maria

❄ Maria, I did the same thing. I thought I'd try it, but within the first five minutes, there was IVF talk, and I think at least two times global warming was mentioned, I turned it right off. Plus, I found the female lead abrasive especially in the way she told the hotel manager and her sister that she was "happily" single. And, again, that was in the first five minutes. ~Savvy Girl

❄ Love in Glacier National: A National Park Romance - Predictable story line. Did have great scenery but really didn’t like the lack of closure on the sisters attempt to get pregnant. Stated it was last attempt with her husband through intro I think, but from what I saw it just left it hanging after a pregnancy test showed negative. Just my observation. ~JoCo

❄ I did not feel like Glacier Park is family friendly, maybe for different reasons than others though. I have known Christian couples who struggled with infertility and pursued IVF and I do not want to judge that. However, there were several scenes (I only made it half-way) that were NOT anything I would want my kids to see, nor myself. Way too much "inuendo" and massage scenes...just not wholesome in my opinion. ~Anonymous

❄ Love in Glacier National: A National Park Romance is family friendly about An avalanche forecasting expert named Heather brings her new technology to Glacier National Park, but soon faces opposition from the Director of Mountain Rescue named Chris who is trained in intuition & common sense. Heather is with her Sister named Riley to meet Eric. Chris has a Daughter named Samantha. Chris asks Heather to stay at Glacier National Park with Chris will have her own office space. ~Anonymous

❄ LOVE AT GLACIER PARK This was very mediocre very predictable movie. I was not a fan of Stephen Huszar's character who was really antagonizing the main female character's occupation. I get that he had a history, but it was quite disrespectful to her that he wouldn't hear her out at all in the beginnig. I couldn't believe the romance storyline. I'm not convinced that a romance could happen when you disrespect someone's occupation. I am not sure why the IVF storyline was frowned upon by many reviewers here. I personally don't have issues with it, but it was odd that the storyline was brought up so many times yet lacked resolution in the end. If you haven't watched this, I would just miss it and not waste your time. ~CH Mom



Family History Mysteries: Buried Past

Starring: Janel Parrish and Niall Matter

Premieres: Sunday, January 8, 2023 at 7 p.m. ET/PT

Genealogist Sophie McClure (Parrish) is an expert at digging up the past and bringing families together. When her close friend Jonathan (Morgan David Jones) urgently needs to find a bone marrow donor, it brings his twin brother (and Sophie’s old flame) Jackson (Matter), back into her life. With Jackson’s help, Sophie must use her skills to track down the brothers’ long-lost birth father, a man they never even knew existed, in time to save Jonathan’s life. Ultimately, growing closer to Jackson on this search gives Sophie the push to finally explore the mystery of her own adoption.

Movie Reviews:

πŸ”Ž Watched The Family History Mystery tonight and I am extremely disappointed that they felt the need to the make the brother gay. It went along just find until half way through the movie when the two brothers are at dinner and the one makes an off hand (and totally out of place and unnecessary) comment about being gay. He did mention dating an Alex earlier in the show, but I assumed he was talking about a girl. I skipped to the end to see how the mystery turned out so I don't know if it is ever brought up again after the one time. I won't watch any more of this series if they continue on with it as the gay character is the brother and best friend of the two main characters. I just want Mystery 101 back!!! ~Anna

πŸ”Ž Family History Mysteries: Buried Past - I have only watched about half of the movie. Not far into the movie we hear that Jonathan's relationship with Alex has ended. I wondered if Alex was a guy or a girl...but it was not expanded on. Half way in to the movie, Jonathan and his brother are eating pizza in a restaurant and Jonathan says "Never comment on a gay man's eating habits." I guess Alex was a guy. I'm not sure if there will be more same sex content in the rest of the movie...but I don't think I will keep watching. ~Karen

πŸ”Ž Family History Mysteries: Buried Past.... Liked it but not enough to watch it over and over. A friend suggested that I give this film a try, so I did. On the cover, she has a symbol on her eye, so I can see why some might think witchcraft is involved. But thankfully there was none of the whatsoever! So rest assured!! It was also family-friendly. I didn't like how the father walked out of them. (That can be a touchy feeling for me since my biological father did the same to my family for selfish reasons. I am grateful God blessed us with the godly man my mother married 15 years ago. He will always be my true father!) It was ok. I did enjoy it and would like to see more. And I like Niall Matter. I kinda gave me the feel of a SSD(in a way). But lately Hallmark hasn't been finishing what they start. Don't know if I want to continue during a cliff hanger and then they drop it like Mystery 101. ~Abigail

πŸ”Ž Family History Mysteries was not family friendly. There is one part where the brother with lukemia mentions a breakup with Alex. Later we find out Alex is a male. Saw no need for that to be injected to the movie except to promote an agenda. The movie would have been fun otherwise. Why does Hallmark keep shooting themselves in the foot? Not to mention their wallet. ~Anonymous

πŸ”Ž Family History Mysteries: Buried Past.... Spoiler Alert.................. So I saw on here that the new Mystery Family History Mysteries: Buried Past was family friendly but the brother who is suffering with cancer does say he is gay about halfway through the movie. I did finish the movie and I don't plan on watching anymore of this series. The father disappeared and was thought to be dead and it wasn't until the need of a donor for bone marrow that the Mom even mentions that one of their friends mentioned seeing him in Boston. Then the Stepdad admits that the Dad did show up at the house years ago but afraid of losing his new family he sent him away. The father never tried to connect to his sons after being sent on his way even after they were adults. Everyone was just fine with everything that happened because of course the Dad is a match and is willing to donate bone marrow. Like so of the other mystery series this movie ends on a cliffhanger with the girl opening up a package left by her dead Mom about her bio parents because she is adopted. I don't even know what was in the package because I started to fast-forward the movie due to it dragging on. Like I said parts of it really dragged on and it gave me vibes of trying to be similar to SSD with the connecting people using the past. I am hoping that they are not trying to replace SSD with this new series. I don't like these characters nearly as much as the SSD cast. Also if this becomes a series then what does that mean for the Aurora Teagarden series and Niall Matter's character Nick? I know that Candance is now with Great American Family but I also know she was an executive producer on the Aurora Teagarden movies. Does she have the rights to the property? ~Anonymous


Hopefully, there will be some good films coming our way in 2023. It's nice to see some familiar faces once again in the coming year, and I certainly hope many of the movies will be family-friendly, too. Stay tuned!

Blessings to you all, Net


  1. Just stick the title Family History Mysteries: Buried Past

    Stop dropping mysteries in title movies to make the viewers confused what Family History
    a movie is about

    1. It is a mystery. Hallmark keep the word mystery in

  2. Tell Hallmark to stop dropping word Mysteries as in Family History Mysteries: Buried Past, other mystery movies

    Curious Caterer Mysteries : The Grilling Season

    Destination Mysteries: Catch a Spy

    Just stick with it: Family History Mysteries: Buried Past

  3. The Wedding Veil Movie Franchise

    Wedding Veil Wishes by Lori Wilde

    1) There Goes the Bride
    Book by Lori Wilde

    The Wedding Veil, The Wedding Veil Unveiled, & The Wedding Veil Legacy are based on the book There’s Goes the Bride by Lori Wilde

    2) Second Chance Hero (previously Published as Once Smitten, Twice Shy)
    Book by Lori Wilde

    The Wedding Veil Expectations, The Wedding Veil Inspiration, & The Wedding Veil Journey are based on the book Second Chance Hero by Lori Wilde

    3) Valentine, Texas (previously Published as Addicted to Love)
    Book by Lori Wilde

    4) Rocky Mountain Heat
    Book by Lori Wilde

    5) Kiss the Bride: There Goes the Bride/Once Smitten Twice Shy
    Book by Lori Wilde

    6) Happily Ever After: Addicted to Love/All of Me
    Book by Lori Wilde

  4. I hope they don’t ruin the veil movies. I’m not going to watch any of them until I know they’re family friendly so I don’t get hooked on new stories only to be disappointed.

    I love Andie McDowell, but I don’t want to start a new series that will probably just get cancelled without resolution.

    Yes, I’m being Debbie Downer today. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜Š

    1. Sadly not downer. It's true. Hopefully the upheaval is over and they start making new, long lasting, brilliant mysteries, like only Hallmark seem to make. I have looked for others that run a similar format and theme, but they all seem to have tons of swearing and/ or sex scenes.

  5. What movies in January are you looking forward seeing?

    1. Ice Dreams. Wll it be on again?

    2. Kathy, I don't currently see this movie scheduled. Most likely, it's one of those movies that has moved to Hallmark's streaming service. But you never know, Hallmark Drama might play it if you keep a look out for it.

  6. Are there any winter Hallmark movies in2023?

  7. I'm not really sure about The Wedding Veil sequels - do we really need them?

    I enjoyed all the originals but feel they would be better left as they were.

    After A Cozy Christmas Inn I'm getting worried about what else they might decide to air "sequels" to.

    Excited about the other movies though.

    Rebecca Dalton and Corey Sevier plus the dog! should be good and Niall Matter and Janel Parrish looks a great combination.

    And the icing on the cake - more Stephen Huszar!!!!


    1. Looking forward to the Veil sequels!! The 1st three were pure entertainment and loved the casting - magic!

  8. Anybody know what the regular programming schedule looks like? I miss my Murder She Wrote, Monk and Diagnosis Murder.

    1. I haven't heard or looked, yet, but I'm sure many of those types of shows will be returning in January on HMM.

    2. My favorites are the mysteries. Keep them coming.

  9. Upcoming on HMM:

    Grilling Season - A Curious Caterer Mystery - Nikki Deloach & Andrew Walker

    Yippee! - Florence

    1. They better not to drop word mysteries in it like Curious Caterer: Grilling Season but stick with Curious Caterer Mysteries: Grilling Season

      Including other mystery movies

  10. Bring some REAL Mysteries to us!

  11. I just watched the Wedding Veil Expectations and thought it was a nice movie. Other than talk of a dating couple going away together for the weekend, the movie was family friendly.

    1. Karen, Thank you so much for this review. I always appreciate getting your viewpoint. :)

  12. Family History Mysteries: Buried Past - I have only watched about half of the movie. Not far into the movie we hear that Jonathan's relationship with Alex has ended. I wondered if Alex was a guy or a girl...but it was not expanded on. Half way in to the movie, Jonathan and his brother are eating pizza in a restaurant and Jonathan says "Never comment on a gay man's eating habits." I guess Alex was a guy. I'm not sure if there will be more same sex content in the rest of the movie...but I don't think I will keep watching.

  13. Since the Hallmark mysteries have been my favorite, I was also disappointed and discouraged when watching Family History Mysteries to find they are no longer family friendly. I had already given up on the romance movies. So sad.

  14. About halfway through the second episode of The Way Home, I can see where it's heading, and it will be a limited series. Not sure how many episodes there will be, and I may be wrong, but I see it coming to an actual end. Don't want to say more so as not to give spoilers (especially if I'm right) for those still watching it.


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