Hallmark and romance are a perfect match, which is exactly why their Valentine’s Day movies are not ones you want to miss.
The details for Hallmark’s Love Ever After lineup have just been released, and we have so many warm and fuzzy feelings about the four original films that are coming in February.
The fun starts on February 6, and will star favorites like Nicholas Gonzales, Erin Krakow, and Tyler Hynes. Though there's only one new feature per week, there are plenty of romantic movies on Netflix that you can stream after the credits roll to keep the lovefest going. (Pro tip: We also suggest hunting for your Valentine's Day gift while you're feeling sentimental. Trust us!)
Take a look at what Hallmark has planned, and then clear your Saturdays for the rest of the month so you can enjoy a romantic dinner for two and a Valentine's Day movie viewing party every weekend. Sounds like true love to us!
Beverly Hills Wedding
Premieres: Saturday, February 6 at 9 p.m. EST
Stars: Brooke D'Orsay and Brendan Penny
What’s it about? A meddling woman wins her sister an all-expenses-paid wedding in Beverly Hills, but is disappointed when she learns her ex will be helping with party plans.
Premieres: Saturday, February 13 at 9 p.m. EST
Stars: Laura Vandervoort and Nicholas Gonzales
What’s it about? A modern retelling of Jane Austen's Emma finds David Martinez being secretly set up with his daughter's teacher when the young girl begins a matchmaking business for a school project.
Mix Up in the Mediterranean
Premieres: Saturday, February 20 at 9 p.m. EST
Stars: Jeremy Jordan and Jessica Lowndes
What’s it about? A small-town cook impersonates his estranged big city chef twin to compete in a culinary contest in Malta and falls for the woman in charge of the event
It Was Always You
Premieres: Saturday, February 27 at 9 p.m. EST
Stars: Erin Krakow and Tyler Hynes
What’s it about?: Elizabeth's engagement plans are turned upside down when her fiancée's free-spirited brother David returns home. David's unexpected influence prompts Elizabeth to question her life decisions.
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