I’ve added HD captures of Bethany in Five Star Christmas.
We now have digital scans in the gallery of Bethany in Genlux Winter. Sorry that these weren’t up sooner. I have been without proper internet for awhile.
I’ve added episodes stills and HD screencaps of Bethany as Haley James Scott in season 6 of One Tree Hill.
Bethany’s new Hallmark movie Five Star Christmas premieres this Friday, November 27th! I’ve added promotional photos, stills, and a poster from the movie.
Lucy plots with her family during the holidays to help her father’s new B&B get a five-star review from a travel writer. Another guest, Jake checks in and sparks fly between him and Lucy, but it turns out that Jake has a secret of his own.
We have a beautiful new layout for the holidays! The header was designed by Carmen and the theme is by Sin21! I hope that you all love it as much as I do. Our normal theme will be back after New Years! Check back here for updates!
I’ve added stills of Bethany’s upcoming appearance on Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family. Her episode airs on tomorrow morning!
I’ve added stills and more from Bethany’s new movie Blindfire which will be in select theaters November 13 and on VOD November 20.
Lives are left in pieces after a white cop responds to a violent hostage call and kills a black man only to learn he may have been set up. Facing trial, he must find the person responsible while examining his own accountability.
Fa-la-la-la-inally! The Hallmark Holiday Movie schedule has finally arrived and it feels like Christmas morning already! If there was ever a year that we needed all of the hot cocoa, snow man building, sleigh riding, tinsel-coated goodness that we count on Hallmark for, it’s this year. And our friends at the Hallmark are not going to disappoint. That’s right, the pandemic will not stop Countdown to Christmas on Hallmark Channel or Miracles of Christmas on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. Despite the fact that Hollywood, like the rest of the world, screeched to a halt in March, the show will go on. Productions for films and television series were all postponed, but one of the first groups to get back to work were our friends at Hallmark. Of course, they did so while following strict Covid-19 safety practices. All you need to do is follow the Hallmark stars on social media to catch glimpses of life in the Hallmark quarantine bubble. (Check out Paul Greene, Jack Wagner, Wes Brown, and Jill Wagner to start)
Not only do they have a whole new slate of movies that will air on both networks, they have worked with several different partners to go beyond the screen to create a fully holiday experience.
“For more than a decade, Hallmark holiday movies have represented the gold standard that many aspire to replicate,” Crown Media’s President & CEO, Wonya Lucas said in a statement. “What we bring to the table and what truly sets us apart is an immersive holiday experience that has become a pop culture phenomenon for millions of fans. From our signature movies, to food and wine, to games and decorations, to clothing, music, books, and more, we have created a destination that evokes the spirit and feeling of the season in a way that is uniquely Hallmark.”
The cable news leaders of all things holly and jolly also promises the most inclusive festivities you will find on TV this holiday season. This includes the return of many familiar faces like Candace Cameron Bure in her ninth Hallmark Channel original holiday film, Lacy Chabert, Wes Brown, and Holly Robinson Pete, but many new folks are joining the fold this year as well. Some new names on the roster include Janel Parish of Pretty Little Lies fame, Jeremy Jordon from Super Girl, and Ronnie Rowe Jr. from Star Trek: Discovery.
Without further ado, the full lists for both networks are below. Some are working titles and things are subject to change, so make sure you check the Hallmark Movie Checklist App often.
HALLMARK CHANNEL’S COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS:
All premieres are at 8 p.m. ET/PT
Thursday, November 26: Five Star Christmas (working title)
Starring: Bethany Joy Lenz and Victor Webster
After moving back to her hometown, Lisa plots with her siblings and grandparents to help her father’s new bed and breakfast get a five-star review from an incognito travel critic but ends up falling for him, not knowing he is the real critic.