HALLMARK OFFERS VIEWERS ALL-NEW ORIGINAL PREMIERES IN AUGUST ON HALLMARK CHANNEL AND HALLMARK MOVIES & MYSTERIES
Hallmark Channel kicks off its annual "Fall into Love" programming event with four all-new original movie premieres in August. Each Saturday night throughout the month, fans can immerse themselves in heartfelt stories of romance showing that love can happen in unexpected ways. On Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, viewers will be transported to the serenity of Montana, taken on a road trip, take surfing lessons in Hawaii and experience the beauty of Tuscany with the premiere of "Unthinkably Good Things," the first movie in the new Mahogany franchise.
PREMIERING IN AUGUST ON HALLMARK CHANNEL:
'LOVE IN THE LIMELIGHT'
Saturday, August 6 (8 p.m. ET/PT)
Starring: Alexa PenaVega, Carlos PenaVega, Ivonne Coll
After years of being pen pals with Nick (Carlos PenaVega), Summer's (Alexa PenaVega) teen crush and former lead singer of the popular boy band The Mendez Boyz, the two finally meet in person when he comes to town for a comeback concert. Their friendship has set the stage for romance and Summer's Abuelita (Coll) - a hip grandma with a growing TikTok following - encourages her to follow her heart.
'LOVE BY DESIGN'
Saturday, August 13 (8 p.m. ET/PT)
Starring: Jaicy Elliot, Benjamin Hollingsworth, Candice Huffine
Ella's (Elliot) unique designs inspire publishing mogul Derek (Hollingsworth) to include plus-sized fashion in his magazine. It's not long before Derek realizes that Ella's influence reaches far beyond the catwalk.
'DATING THE DELANEYS'
Saturday, August 20 (8 p.m. ET/PT)
Starring: Rachel Boston, Paul Campbell
Maggie Delaney (Boston) is a divorced mother who ventures into the dating world with some help from Michael (Campbell) the single father of her son's friend. At the same time, Maggie's mother Barb (Karen Kruper) and her teen daughter Emma (Zoë Christie) begin romances of their own. As these three generations of women explore the highs and lows of modern dating, they learn that love and romance can be found at any age... and sometimes where you least expect it.
'GAME, SET, LOVE'
Saturday, August 27 (8 p.m. ET/PT)
Starring: Davida Williams, Richard Harmon, Tracy Austin
Former pro tennis player Taylor (Williams) reluctantly agrees to coach her former doubles partner Ashley (Jennifer Khoe) and her new partner Will (Harmon), who needs to repair his reputation and career. Although Taylor and Will clash at first, she's surprised to discover a different side to him. Even more surprising is when Taylor finds herself entering the tournament with Will after Ashley is sidelined by an injury. As they get ready to compete, the pair learns they just may be a perfect match.
PREMIERING ON HALLMARK MOVIES & MYSTERIES IN AUGUST:
'BIG SKY RIVER'
Sunday, August 7 (9 p.m. ET/PT)
Starring: Emmanuelle Vaugier, Kavan Smith
Based on the book by Linda Lael Miller
Looking to take a break from New York City and place some real distance between herself and her ex-husband, Tara Kendall (Vaugier) books a summer rental in Parable, Montana. The small, rural town endeared itself to Tara as a young girl and she credits her time in Parable for her love of horses and horseback riding. Sheriff Boone Taylor (Smith) has finally found his footing after losing the love of his life. Boone is kind to his new neighbor, but he can't deny that there's something very special about Tara and he'd like her to stay for more than just one summer. When Tara's stepdaughter reaches out for help, the painful realities of real-life step on any dreams of life in the country. That is, unless Tara can take care of those she loves and herself, all at once.
'THE JOURNEY AHEAD'
Sunday, August 14 (9 p.m. ET/PT)
Starring: Holly Robinson Peete, Kaylee Bryant
A famous Hollywood actress (Robinson Peete) and a young wilderness expert (Bryant) drive together from Los Angeles to New York. Along the way, both women learn they can't run from their past to create the future they want.
Sunday, August 21 (9 p.m. ET/PT)
Starring: Lacey Chabert, Ektor Rivera, Katie Lee Biegel
Based on the book by Katie Lee Biegel
On the heels of a personal and professional setback, Emma (Chabert), a chef from Atlanta, travels to Hawaii where she meets Ben (Rivera) a handsome, reclusive surf instructor whose lessons help her to regain her footing.
'UNTHINKABLY GOOD THINGS'
Sunday, August 28 (9 p.m. ET/PT)
Starring: Karen Pittman, Erica Ash, Joyful Drake, Jermaine Love, Lance Gross
At a crossroads in her career and love life, Allison (Pittman) is in need of the love and support of her two friends Melina (Drake) and Reesa (Ash). When they visit her in Tuscany, the reunion causes each woman to reexamine the state of her own life and relationships. While they have different personalities and perspectives, they know each other's truths and help to make life-changing decisions.
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