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Mystery 101: Deadly History

Premieres Friday Sept 10/ 8ep

Amy and Travis travel to New York to investigate after Amy’s uncle goes missing, and the initial clues make them fear the worst. Starring Jill Wagner, Kristoffer Polaha and Robin Thomas.

Speaking Your Language

Premieres Saturday Sept 11/ 9ep

Linguistics Ph.D. student Julie Walters can speak almost every language you can imagine. She is a big believer that languages are best learned when doing fun activities like taking a painting class, hiking or visiting a Museum. Things turn upside down for Julie when handsome Dan, the curator at the museum she dreams to work at, contacts her to get some French classes, and is all about doing it the fun way! As Julie and Dan get into all the fun activities that Julie usually plans for her students, sparks soon fly – could this be the perfect match? Starring Michelle Argyris and Corey Sevier.

Redemption in Cherry Springs

Premieres Friday Sept 17/ 8ep

After fallout from a story, reporter Melanie (Aytes) goes home to Cherry Springs for a break. When a friend disappears, she uses her skills to get to the truth, to the local detective’s (Robinson) dismay. From Executive Producer Judy Smith (“Scandal”).

Raise a Glass to Love

Premieres Saturday Sept 18/ 9ep

Aspiring Master Sommelier Jenna (Osnes) returns to her family vineyard to study and is intrigued by the natural methods of the handsome new, Argentinian winemaker, Marcelo (Di Pace). Master Sommelier Jennifer Huether consults and appears as herself in a cameo role. Starring Laura Osnes and Juan Pablo Di Pace.

To Catch A Spy

Premieres Friday Sept 24/ 8ep

A travel writer witnesses a murder at a hotel in Malta and becomes ensnared in a web of intrigue and espionage as she tries to find the killer before the killer finds her. Staring Nathalie Kelley, Colin Donnell and Patti Murin.

Taking the Reins

Premieres Saturday Sept 25/ 9ep

A writer (DeLoach) goes back to the family ranch to write an article about her passion for horses and discovers what ended her marriage and why she stopped riding horses. Starring Nikki DeLoach, Scott Porter, Corbin Bernsen, Janine Turner.

Rise and Shine, Benedict Stone

Premieres Friday Oct 1 / 8ep

Benedict Stone’s (Scott) life is turned upside-down when his teenage niece (Ballentine) arrives on his doorstep; except she might be the change that Benedict desperately needs. Starring Tom Everett Scott, Mía Maestro and Ella Ballentine.

Love Strikes Twice

Premieres Saturday Oct 2/ 9ep

Maggie (Findlay) and Josh (Nash) are an out-of-sync married couple. Maggie wishes for a do-over and wakes up 15 years earlier. Will she choose Josh again or is an ex-boyfriend her happily ever after? Starring Katie Findlay and Wyatt Nash.

One Summer

Premieres Friday Oct 8/ 8ep

Jack (Page) takes his son and daughter to his late wife’s (Schull) beachside hometown hoping to heal and become closer. The summer brings visions of the past that could forge a new path forward. Based on the New York Times bestselling book by David Baldacci. Starring Sam Page, Sarah Drew and Amanda Schull.

South Beach Love

Premieres Saturday Oct 9/ 9ep

From New York Times Bestselling Author Caridad Piñeiro and Hallmark Publishing comes a story about rival quinceañeras, glorious Cuban cooking, friendship, family ties – and romance.

The Vows We Keep

Premieres Friday Oct 15/ 8ep

An event planner (Gubelmann) must organize the perfect wedding for her sister in less than a month when she finds out that the Rosewood, a historic inn and beloved wedding venue, is being sold.

Advice to Love By

Premieres Saturday Oct 16/ 9ep

When a “love advice” author (Westbrook) crosses paths with a dating columnist (Darnell), an attraction begins to blossom into more. As both use strategies from their own playbooks to win over the other, is it possible that they’ve both met their match? Starring Erinn Westbrook and Brooks Darnell.

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