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April 10, 2024

The Postables are Back on the Case

Production has begun on two new installments of Signed, Sealed, Delivered. Eric Mabius, Kristin Booth, Yan-Kay Crystal Lowe and Geoff Gustafson will all be back to reprise their roles as everyones’ favorite postal investigators: Oliver, Shane, Rita and Norman, respectively.

“The enduring support from our ‘Postable’ fans over the past 11 years has been our constant motivation and inspiration,” creator Martha Williamson enthused. “They have waited so long for another chapter in the lives of their beloved Dead Letter family, all the while continuing to keep the flame alive with podcasts, posts and even in-person gatherings throughout the country. There are no fans like SSD fans, and we are thrilled and humbled to continue this remarkable journey with them.”

Following a two-year hiatus, Hallmark Mystery is bringing the characters back to life starting with 2024's Signed, Sealed, Delivered: A Tale of Three letter. Oliver, Shane, Rita and Norman work on identifying the intended recipients of a trio of dead letters which have a surprising, personal impact on all of them. Meanwhile, after the honeymoon phase Oliver and Shane grapple with finding their footing as a married couple.

The second installment Signed, Sealed, Delivered: To the Moon and Back, will premiere is 2025. In this story, The Postables all face exciting life changes, their latest investigation takes them on a road trip to not only find the recipient of a lost letter, but to track down a rock star who holds the keys.

“Martha Williamson has created an incredible world with a cast of characters that fans have fallen in love with,” began Samantha DiPippo, Senior Vice President of Development, Hallmark Media. “Their passion for the show is unwavering and we’re thrilled to be able to give them two new movies that are filled with heart, hope and faith.”

In the meantime, you can stream the entire Signed, Sealed, Delivered series and movies on Hallmark Movies Now.

Stay tuned for premiere dates!


Feb 1, 2024

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Victor Webster joins the cast of the Hannah Swensen Mystery Movie Franchise!

Alison Sweeney (“Love & Jane,” “Days of Our Lives”) returns as everyone’s favorite baker-turned amateur sleuth Hannah Swensen and reunites with her “The Wedding Veil” trilogy co-star Victor Webster for “One Bad Apple: A Hannah Swensen Mystery,” premiering on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. Sweeney wrote the script, which is based on the novel "Apple Turnover Murder" by Joanne Fluke, and is executive producer on the movie.

Hannah Swensen has been asked to teach a baking class at the College in town, but her equipment is tampered with causing an explosion that the fire department rules an accident. Soon, a colleague ends up dead and Hannah begins to put together the puzzle of the mysterious circumstances surrounding the murder. Hannah leans on her friends and family to collect the breadcrumbs of foul play and put them together, and meets a different side of law and order when Lake Eden’s prosecuting attorney Chad Norton (Webster) enters her life.

“I’ve always loved working with Victor – from our years in daytime to our work together on ‘The Wedding Veil,” shared Sweeney. When writing the script and developing this movie, I knew he’d be a great addition to the Hannah Swensen family and am thrilled that he said yes.”

Stay tuned for a premiere date later in 2024!


January 3, 2024

Ali Skovbye and Danny Griffin star in "Gilded Newport Mysteries: Murder at the Breakers" a new original Premiering February 2 on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
A Murder becomes personal for a Rhode Island society page writer in 1895 who witnesses a murder while attending a ball and her brother is arrested when Ali Skovbye (“Firefly Lane”), Danny Griffin (“Fate: The Winx Saga”) and Nathan Witte (“Cut, Color, Murder”) star in Gilded Newport Mysteries: Murder at the Breakers,” a new original premiering Friday, February 2 at 9/8c on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.


November 30, 2023

A Gripping Whodunnit is set to Premiere on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
Sleuthers will get a gripping, new whodunnit starring Katherine MacNamara as a law-school student on a mission to clear her brother's name, when “True Justice: Family Ties” premieres Friday, January 12 at 8/7c. Also, stars Markian Tarasiuk, Nikki DeLoach and Benjamin Ayres.


September 19, 2023

Miracles of Christmas returns, Friday October 20 on Hallmark Movies and Mysteries!

Find out about the movies >>


July 11, 2023

Sarah Drew will star in new Hallmark Movies & Mysteries drama, Guiding Emily

Hallmark star Sarah Drew will star in the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries movie Guiding Emily opposite Eric McCormack as the voice of her character’s guide dog.

Premiering Friday, September 8 at 9/8c to coincide with National Service Dog Month, Guiding Emily features Sarah Drew as the titular heroine, whose “life veers off course when she becomes permanently blind after an unfortunate rock-climbing accident and struggles to cope with her new reality. Meanwhile, a potential guide dog named Garth” — whose thoughts are voiced by McCormack — “is also struggling with his rigorous training. With the help of Emily’s friend Matthew, played by Antonio Cupo and Garth’s trainer Katie (Altered Carbon’s Sharon Taylor), both make headway in their important transitions. Through a series of missed encounters, both overcome their obstacles and Garth ends up being paired with Emily. With Garth by her side, Emily takes on her biggest challenge yet: opening her heart.”

“Shooting Guiding Emily was a deeply moving experience that allowed me to enter into the blind and partially sighted community in a very powerful way,” Sarah Drew said in a statement. “We were honored to have two actresses from the community play roles in the film, and sitting with them both and hearing their stories was transformative for me and for our crew.”

“I was also honored to visit the Guide Dogs of America open house the weekend before we started shooting and was able to tour the facility and learn all about the process for raising service dogs and the sacrifice puppy raisers make to train them for two years and then send them off to a member of the blind and partially sighted community to partner with them,” Drew added. “Guiding Emily walks the audience into this world in a moving, tender, educational and compassionate way. I hope the audience will be as affected by this film as we all were making it.”

Streaming now on Hallmark Movies Now


May 17, 2023

Hallmark Movies & Mysteries is thrilled to announce a new installment of the Hannah Swensen mystery movie series will be coming to the network!

They say real estate is a deadly serious business, but no one is more surprised than Hannah Swensen (Alison Sweeney) when her mother, Delores (Barbara Niven), discovers the dead body of a homeowner while house-hunting for her sister Michelle. Hannah is determined to get to the bottom of this mystery and while Mike (Cameron Mathison) and the Sheriff have a prime suspect, a little sleuthing by Hannah and her friend Norman (Gabriel Hogan) turn up some leftovers that convince Hannah all was not as it seemed at the victim’s home. If only she can prove who the dinner guest was, before she gets into too much trouble. Hannah must focus on the clues and save herself as the real killer closes in!

Learn more about the first two installments "Sweet Revenge: A Hannah Swensen Mystery" and "Carrot Cake Murder: A Hannah Swensen Mystery."

Stream Sweet Revenge: A Hannah Swensen Mystery on Hallmark Movies Now!


May 1, 2023

Hallmark Movies & Mysteries June 2023 Premiere Dates

The Dancing Detective: A Deadly Tango - Friday, June 2 9/8c
Filmed entirely on Malta, Lacey Chabert and Will Kemp's ballroom dance-centered mystery romance, The Dancing Detective: A Deadly Tango, will premiere on Friday, June 2 at 9/8c. In it, Chabert stars as Constance Bailey, a no-nonsense detective who prefers to work alone. When a high-profile CEO is murdered on the eve of his company’s corporate event in Malta – a high stakes ballroom competition between senior executives – Detective Bailey is sent undercover as one of the contestants. The only problem? She can’t dance. To convincingly compete, she must team up with charismatic and free-spirited performer Sebastian Moore, played by Will Kemp.

The film was co-developed by Will Kemp, who is an executive producer of the film, alongside Lacey Chabert.

Watch Lacey Chabert and Will Kemp's first team up in Love, Romance & Chocolate, streaming on Hallmark Movies Now.

Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: Something New - Friday, June 9 9/8c
A reimagined Aurora Teagarden returns to Hallmark Movies & Mysteries with a prequel film in June! Aurora Teagarden (Skyler Samuels) is back home in Lawrenceton post-college near her mother, Aida (Marilu Henner). Working as a teacher’s assistant in a crime fiction class, Aurora is struggling to settle on a thesis for her post-graduate degree. To support her schooling and life, Aurora also waitresses at the local diner at night, where she shares her love of researching true crime with her friend Sally and police officer Arthur (Evan Roderick). When Sally’s fiancé doesn’t show up at their wedding rehearsal, maid of honor Aurora gets Arthur to help her search for him. When they discover a body, everyone assumes it is Sally’s tardy groom. When it turns out to be someone else, Sally’s fiancé becomes the main suspect.

Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: Something New, premieres Friday, June 9 at 9/8c.


March 29, 2023

New Movies on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries – May 2023

Jodie Sweetin leads the new mystery movie, "The Jane Mysteries: Inheritance Lost," which follows a singer-turned-detective agency owner's first case. The month rounds out with the second installment of the Hannah Swensen mystery franchise, "Carrot Cake Murder: A Hannah Swensen Mystery," starring Alison Sweeney and Cameron Mathison.

The Jane Mysteries: Inheritance Lost
Premieres FRI MAY 12 9/8c
Starring Jodie Sweetin and Stephen Huszar
Singer Jane DaSilva (Sweetin) inherits the family foundation which is a non-profit detective agency that helps people who aren’t able to help themselves. Jane’s Aunt Sadie (Paris Jefferson, “Y: The Last Man”) and Detective John Cameron (Huszar) act as her mentors as she takes on her first case surrounding a mother’s untimely death years before. As Jane investigates a multi-level marketing company that took advantage of her client’s (Danielle Smith) fragile mom, she realizes that digging up the past can be dangerous…

Carrot Cake Murder: A Hannah Swensen Mystery
Premieres FRI MAY 18 9/8c
Staring Alison Sweeney and Cameron Mathison
The discovery of a skeleton amid the rubble of a building undergoing renovation reveals that one of Lake Eden’s beloved citizens is not who he claimed to be. Much to the dismay of her fiancé, Detective Mike Kingston (Mathison), Hannah (Sweeney) begins to investigate the case on her own. As she tries to piece together the events that led to the murder and tries to learn the victim’s true identity, Hannah even calls on her mother Delores (Niven) as she works to bring the killer to justice and uncover the truth. Premieres Friday, MAY 18 at 9/8c.

Learn more about the previous installment "Sweet Revenge: A Hannah Swensen Mystery." Stream the movie on Hallmark Movies Now!


March 9, 2023

Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: Something New

Fans of the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries longstanding mystery movie series can get excited for an all-new prequel movie arriving to the network!

Skyler Samuels will play young Aurora Teagarden and Evan Roderick will play young Arthur Smith. Marilu Henner, who played Aurora's mother, Aida Teagarden, in the franchise, is set to reprise her role.

Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: Something New takes place during Aurora's (Samuels) post-college days when she finds herself back home in Lawrenceton. While her mother, Aida (Henner), struggles to keep her newfound real estate business, Aurora supports herself by working as a teacher’s assistant in a crime fiction class and waitresses at the local diner at night, where she shares her love of researching true crime with her friend, Sally, and police officer, Arthur (Roderick). When Sally’s fiancé doesn’t show up at their wedding rehearsal, maid of honor Aurora gets Arthur to help her search for him. When they discover a body, everyone assumes it is Sally’s tardy groom, but when it turns out to be someone else, Sally’s fiancé becomes the main suspect.

“Our viewers have been waiting for more adventures with Aurora and her friends -- what better way to do that than to take them back to when the young, amateur sleuth was just coming into her own?” said Emily Merlin, Development Manager of Programming at Hallmark Media. “The Aurora Teagarden franchise is a fan favorite and we’re excited to share this new chapter with viewers.”

Stream the Aurora Teagarden Mysteries on Hallmark Movies Now


March 1, 2023

Lacey Chabert and Will Kemp waltz back in "The Dancing Detective: Deadly Tango"
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries reunites fan-favorites Lacey Chabert (“The Wedding Veil,” “Haul out the Holly”) and Will Kemp (“Jolly Good Christmas”) in an all-new mystery set in the competitive world of ballroom dance. Chabert and Kemp previously starred together for the network in 2020’s hit movie, “Christmas Waltz” and in 2019’s “Love, Romance & Chocolate.” Based on a story by Kemp and Aubrey Day, the movie is shooting entirely on location in Malta.

“After the success of ‘Christmas Waltz,’ viewers have been clamoring for another movie with this charismatic duo. When Will came to us with this fun spin on a whodunnit, we knew that it was the perfect opportunity to reunite him with Lacey,” said Elizabeth Yost, Senior Vice President, Programming and Development, Hallmark Media.

In the movie, Constance Bailey (Chabert) is a no-nonsense detective who prefers to work alone. When a high-profile CEO is murdered on the eve of his company’s corporate event in Malta – a high stakes ballroom competition between senior executives – Detective Bailey is sent undercover as one of the contestants. The only problem? She can’t dance. To convincingly compete, she must team up with charismatic and free-spirited performer Sebastian Moore (Kemp). But with a killer on the loose and a growing list of suspects, it’s going to take more than a little fancy footwork to solve this case.

Watch Love, Romance & Chocolate on Hallmark Movies Now!


February 28, 2023

Alison Sweeney, Cameron Mathison and Barbara Niven reprise their roles in “Carrot Cake: A Hannah Swensen Mystery”, currently in production for premiering later this year on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. Gabriel Hogan from the original cast also returns in this latest installment. Sweeney serves as executive producer.

“The adventures of Hannah Swensen have long been a favorite among our viewers and we’re thrilled to bring them a new mystery they can try to solve at home along with Hannah,” said Elizabeth Yost, Senior Vice President, Development, Hallmark Media. “Being able to reunite Alison Sweeney, Cameron Mathison and Barbara Niven for this latest installment makes it even sweeter.”

“The fans of Hannah Swensen are incredible and we are so excited to make more mysteries to share with them. Plus, working together again with Cam and Barbara is so much fun!,” Sweeney enthused.

Sweeney returns as Hannah Swensen, everyone’s favorite crime-solving baker. The discovery of a skeleton amid the rubble of a building undergoing renovation reveals that one of Lake Eden’s beloved citizens is not who he claimed to be. Much to the dismay of her fiancé, Detective Mike Kingston (Mathison), Hannah begins to investigate the case on her own. As she tries to piece together the events that led to the murder and tries to learn the victim’s true identity, Hannah even calls on her mother Delores (Niven) as she works to bring the killer to justice and uncover the truth.

Learn more about the previous installment "Sweet Revenge: A Hannah Swensen Mystery." Stream the movie on Hallmark Movies Now!


January 26, 2023

The first 2023 Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Premiere
Get ready for an all-new mystery movie "Curious Caterer: Grilling Season" starring Nikki DeLoach and Andrew Walker. The second movie in the series will premiere on Sunday, February 5 at 7/6c.

Caterer Goldy Berry reunites with detective Tom Schultz when a realtor is murdered. As they uncover personal and professional rivalries, they realize the culprit is closer than expected.

Go behind the scenes with the stars of the movie and be sure to watch the first installment "Curious Caterer: Dying for Chocolate."


June 22, 2022

Casting has been announced for "Groundswell." Actors Lacey Chabert and Ektor Rivera will star in the new dramatic movie, set to air in August of 2022.

May 26, 2022

Production set to begin on "Groundswell"

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Hallmark Movies & Mysteries will premiere a movie adaptation of the bestselling novel "Groundswell" by author Katie Lee Biegel!

The story follows an Atlanta chef named Emma who, on the heels of a personal and professional setback, travels to Hawaii where she meets a reclusive surf instructor named Ben whose lessons help her to regain her footing.

Katie Lee Biegel will serve as executive producer for the movie, and is also a popular show host on the Food Network. As an added treat, Katie will also make a cameo appearance! Look out for the premiere of "Groundswell" later this year on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.


April 26, 2022

Holly Robinson Peete and Kaylee Bryant star in "The Journey Ahead"

Hallmark Movies & Mysteries will premiere an all-new original movie this summer starring Holly Robinson Peete, Kaylee Bryant and Mark Humphrey.

In the movie, Madeline (Peete), a famous Hollywood actress, and Sarah (Bryant), a wilderness expert, embark on a cross-country trip together. The road trip has a rocky start, but as the two get to know one another they soon discover some common ground and unexpectedly help each other face their past mistakes through support and unconditional love.


March 22, 2022

The First Mahogany Movie Premiere
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries is excited to announce that production has started for the first original movie under the Mahogany banner. The all-new premiere is entitled “Unthinkably Good Things” and will star Karen Pittman, Joyful Drake, Erica Ash, Jermaine Love and Lance Gross. The film is being shot on location in Italy.

The movie centers around Allison (Pittman), at a crossroads in her career and love life, she 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. Between the good wine, delicious food, a healthy serving of romance, set against the beautiful backdrop of Tuscany the three women relish in the importance of friendship and inspire each other to make this next season the best one yet and to take the leap to pursue the life and loves they have always wanted.


Monday, February 28

Get ready for an all-new mystery movie kicking off this spring!

Hallmark Movies & Mysteries is excited to share news of the “Curious Caterer Mysteries” movie premiering on Sunday April 10 at 9/8c.

Longtime Hallmark stars Nikki DeLoach and Andrew Walker team up in this new movie. Goldy (DeLoach) is a spirited single mom who’s thrust into the role of town sleuth to help solve a friend’s mysterious death. With the clock ticking to find the culprit, Goldy strikes up an unlikely partnership with Detective Tom Schultz (Walker), who leans into Goldy’s local knowledge. As their relationship shows signs of becoming something more, the suspect list rises. Will Goldy narrow in on the killer before the killer narrows in on her?

The actors have costarred together before in the romantic Hallmark movies, “Sweet Autumn,” "A Dream of Christmas" and "The Perfect Catch."


Thursday, February 10

Coming this Spring!

Celebrity chef, bestselling author and Emmy-winning TV host Giada De Laurentiis is on board to executive producer the upcoming Hallmark Movies & Mysteries original movie, “Always Amore.” The film features Hallmark stars Autumn Reeser (The Wedding Veil Unveiled) and Tyler Hynes (An Unexpected Christmas) as well as co-star Patty McCormack.

The movie centers around Elizabeth (Reeser) who, with the support of her mother-in-law Nonna (McCormack), is doing everything she can to keep her late husband’s once acclaimed — but now struggling — Italian restaurant afloat. With business going downhill, she is forced to work with a professional restaurant consultant, Ben (Hynes), to see if they can turn things around. At first, Elizabeth resists the changes Ben believes will save the restaurant, but as they get closer, Elizabeth realizes that not all change is bad. She rediscovers her passion for baking and might even open her heart to new love.

"Always Amore," will premiere Spring 2022 on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.


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