Hallmark Turns Up the Heat With Six New Romantic Movies: Get the DetailsPaul Dailly at . Updated at .
With Hallmark's Christmas programming over, it's time to look ahead at what's on tap for the network's "Loveuary" event.
That's right, folks.
February will be all about romance on Hallmark, thanks to six movie premieres that are sure to get fans talking. Get the details below.
SWEETER THAN CHOCOLATE
Saturday, February 4 (8 p.m. ET/PT)
Starring: Eloise Mumford, Dan Jeannotte, Brenda Strong
A local bakery is rumored to have the secret recipe to finding true love on February 14th, drawing in a TV reporter to investigate.
A PARIS PROPOSAL
Saturday, February 11 (8 p.m. ET/PT)
Starring: Alexa PenaVega, Nicholas Bishop
Anna (PenaVega) is an account manager for a New York City advertising agency who has the opportunity to land the biggest client of her career - Durand Diamonds.
Much to her chagrin, her boss dispatches her and her colleague Sebastian (Bishop) to the City of Lights to make the pitch and seal the deal.
Anna's by-the-books work style clashes with Sebastian's looser approach and over-the-top ideas that dazzle the client but exceed budget realities that land them in hot water.
When they arrive in Paris to meet with the client, a misunderstanding leads the Durands to believe Anna and Sebastian are married, making them excited about the prospect of having real-life couple in charge of the creative vision for their brand and forcing them to try to keep up appearances.
Saturday, February 18 (8 p.m. ET/PT)
Starring: Kathryn Davis, Markian Tarasiuk
It's a week away from Valentine's Day and Olivia (Davis) loses both her boyfriend and her job in the same week.
Her sister Vanessa, who still lives in their hometown in Nebraska, convinces Olivia to come back home for an extended trip and help get her back on her feet.
Olivia's roommate in New York has a friend, George (Tarasiuk), who's driving out to Los Angeles and agrees to take Olivia to her destination - which is exactly halfway between New York and California - in exchange for a free night's stay in her hometown.
Olivia, low on cash after her layoff, agrees to take turns driving so he can get to Los Angeles in less than five days.
The two strangers set out on the open road, both on their way to being who they think they're supposed to be.
When George's car breaks down mere miles from Olivia's hometown, he has to stay a few more days in Valentine, Nebraska with Olivia and her sister.
After spending so much time together, the two realize that their priorities might have changed, and love is what truly matters.
MADE FOR EACH OTHER
Saturday, February 25 (8 p.m. ET/PT)
Starring: Alexandra Turshen, Matt Cohen, Aaron O'Connell, Illeana Douglas
A sculptor (Turshen) uses magic to mold her ideal man (O'Connell) into reality but begins to fall for her real-life friend (Cohen) and embraces the flaws that make love perfectly imperfect.
CURIOUS CATERER: GRILLING SEASON
Sunday, February 5 (9 p.m. ET/PT)
Starring: Nikki DeLoach, Andrew Walker
Professional caterer Goldy Berry (DeLoach) throws a lavish barbeque event for her childhood friend, acclaimed realtor Susie Craig.
Later that night, she is shocked to discover that after the event concluded, Susie's grill exploded and killed her. Goldy's professional reputation is put under fire when people realize that she was the last one to use the grill.
On a mission to clear her name, Goldy teams up once again with detective Tom Schultz (Walker) to figure out who was behind this mysterious explosion.
As they weed through manipulative party guests, heated gossip, and dark secrets, the suspect list grows with familiar names, ranging from business partners to ex-spouses.
Goldy and Tom realize that the murderer might be closer to them than they initially imagined.
A NASHVILLE LEGACY
Sunday, February 26 (9 p.m. ET/PT)
Starring: Andrea Lewis, Pooch Hall, Stan Shaw, Roz Ryan
Naima (Lewis) has recently moved to Nashville, where she is getting her doctorate while interning as a curator at a well-known Nashville museum.
The tales her late grandmother shared about the old days in Music City during the 1950s provided a fascination that led music enthusiast Naima back to her grandmother's old haunts.
As she begins her work at the museum, Naima meets Damian (Hall), a volunteer... or so she thinks. Damian is actually the heir to the Berryhall Records empire, run by his father, Franklin Berryhall (Shaw), but he is struggling to step out from under his father's shadow of success.
The two begin to get close, bonding over their love for music and their desire to leave their respective marks on the world.
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