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Welcome to Girls Gone Hallmark, your new favorite Hallmark movie review podcast! Join your hosts Megan and Wendy as they dive into the world of feel-good films and share their thoughts and opinions on the latest releases. From cheesy romances to heartwarming stories, these two besties have got you covered. So grab some popcorn and get ready to laugh, cry, and swoon as Megan and Wendy take you on a journey through the wonderful world of Hallmark movies. Tune in every week for a new episode filled with fun and lighthearted banter! *Girls Gone Hallmark is not affiliated with Hallmark Media.*

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Welcome to Girls Gone Hallmark, your new favorite Hallmark movie review podcast! Join your hosts Megan and Wendy as they dive into the world of feel-good films and share their thoughts and opinions on the latest releases. From cheesy romances to heartwarming stories, these two besties have got you covered. So grab some popcorn and get ready to laugh, cry, and swoon as Megan and Wendy take you on a journey through the wonderful world of Hallmark movies. Tune in every week for a new episode filled with fun and lighthearted banter! *Girls Gone Hallmark is not affiliated with Hallmark Media.*

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A Bride for Christmas

7/18/2024
Girls Gone Hallmark is getting into the Christmas spirit this July with a special lineup of fan-favorite movies recommended by the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook group. This week, Megan and Wendy review "A Bride for Christmas," featuring Andrew Walker in a refreshingly against-type role, made even better by his hilariously terrible best friend played by Peter Benson. The well-rounded cast also includes Arielle Kebbel and Kimberly Sustad. Tune in to hear what Girls Gone Hallmark thought! What is your favorite Christmas movie? Email us at girlsgonehallmark@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit. News and Notes About "A Bride for Christmas" This movie originally premiered on December 12, 2012 as part of the 3rd annual Countdown to Christmas line up. "A Bride for Christmas" was directed by Gary Yates. Yates currently has 43 directing credits and since this movie has gone on to direct many Hallmark movies including “Christmas By Starlight,” “On the 12th Date of Christmas” and “Merry and Bright” amongst others. Barbara Kymlicka wrote the script for this movie. We just reviewed another movie written by Barbara Kymlicka called “A Very Merry Mix-Up” which came out a year after “A Bride for Christmas.” Kymlicka is a 2-time nominee and 1-time winner of the Canadian Screen Awards for best writing. Arielle Kibbel plays runaway bride Jessie. This appears to have been Arielle’s first project for Hallmark Channel. She went on to co-star with Andrew Walker again in the 2015 movie “Bridal Wave.” We last saw her on Hallmark last year in “Love in the Great Smoky Mountains: A National Park Romance.” Andrew Walker plays Aidan. Walker just starred in the June 2024 movie “For Love & Honey.” He will also co-star in the highly anticipated “The Wisemen and a Baby” premiering later this year. Kimberley Sustad plays sister Vivian. This was Kimberley’s first project for Hallmark. Peter Benson plays co-worker Matt Harper. Peter not only has a very extensive resume of movies he’s acted it, he is also a busy producer and director. We’ll see Benson appear in the forthcoming “The Cases of Mystery Lane: Death is Listening.” Karen Kruper plays Jessie and Vivian’s mom Suzie. Karen recently co-starred with Kimberley Sustad in “To All a Good Night” as well as “Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: Something New” and “The Wedding Veil Expectations” - all in 2023. Sage Brocklebank plays ex Mike. Sage has appeared in a few Hallmark movies since “A Bride for Christmas,” including “Stop the Wedding” and “The Irresistible Blueberry Farm.” If you’re playing along with the GGH Bingo, Sage has also starred in “Once Upon a Time” as Sir Gaston. Watch the Trailer for "A Bride for Christmas"

Duration:00:20:48

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A Very Merry Mix-Up

7/16/2024
Girls Gone Hallmark is getting into the Christmas spirit this July with a special lineup of fan-favorite movies recommended by the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook group. This week, Megan and Wendy review "A Very Merry Mix-Up." Will the beloved Alicia Witt rom-com sprinkle some holiday magic or will silly hi-jinx ensue? Tune in all July to catch your favorite Hallmark podcast duo reviewing cherished Christmas classics! What is your favorite Christmas movie? Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit. News and Notes About "A Very Merry Mix-Up" This movie originally premiered on November 10, 2013. Jonathan Wright directed “A Very Merry Mix-Up” and it was his second directorial project for Hallmark. He has since gone on to direct a total of 23 movies, a majority of them for Hallmark which include “True Justice: Family Ties,” “A Not So Royal Christmas” and “Family History Mysteries: Buried Past” as of recently. Barbara Kymlicka wrote the script. She currently has 67 writing credits and has written many Hallmark and Lifetime movies. The last couple of projects Kymlicka wrote included last year’s “The Secret Gift of Christmas” and all four episodes of “The Love Club.” Alicia Witt stars as Alice. Witt has a staggering 90 acting credits which started in 1984 at the age of 7. She has appeared in the TV series “Cybill,” “Friday Night Lights,” “Orange is the New Black” and “Nashville.” She is not only a TV actress, she’s appeared in theatrical movies like “Vanilla Sky” and “Two Weeks Notice.” Fun fact: Witt is a professional singer-songwriter and pianist. She released two Christmas songs in 2020 that appeared in a Hallmark movie she starred in called “Christmas Tree Lane.” In 2023, she appeared on “The Masked Singer” but was sadly eliminated after the second episode. Mark Wiebe plays Matt Mitchum. He has 16 previous acting credits including appearances in the TV series “Nikita” and “The Handmaid’s Tale.” This movie was his second project for Hallmark, having previously appeared in the 2011 movie “Christmas Magic” as the waiter. Scott Gibson plays fiancé Will Mitchum. Gibson currently has 69 acting credits with appearances in a bunch of Lifetime movies like “The Perfect Stalker,” “My Mom’s Darkest Secrets” and “My Husband’s Worst Mistake.” Susan Hogan plays not-future-mother-in-law Penny. Hogan has 129 acting credits, recently appearing in “Tipline Mysteries: Dial 1 for Murder.” Lawrence Dane play Matt’s grandpa Charles. Having appeared in 150 projects, this 2013 movie was the second to last on his resume. Dane passed in March 2022 at the age of 84. Mimi Kuzyk plays Will’s mom Judith. With 141 acting credits, Kuzyk has appeared in “Hill Street Blues,” “Blue Murder,” “Workin’ Moms,” and “UnREAL” - to name a few. According to IMDB, the role of Alice was originally written for Jennifer Lopez. Watch the Trailer for "A Very Merry Mix-Up"

Duration:00:21:05

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The Nine Kittens of Christmas

7/11/2024
Girls Gone Hallmark is celebrating Christmas in July with a special lineup of fan-favorite movies recommended by the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook group. This week, Megan and Wendy review the sequel to "The Nine Lives of Christmas" with "The Nine Kittens of Christmas." Will the sequel be a pawsome holiday treat or a festive flop? Tune in all July to hear your favorite Hallmark podcast duo review some beloved Christmas movies! Do you love the Christmas Kitten movies? Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit. News and Notes About "The Nine Kittens of Christmas" "The Nine Kittens of Christmas" was directed by David Winning who has 81 directing credits. His other credits for Hallmark include "Falling for Vermont," "You Me and the Christmas Trees," "Field Day" and three "Time to Come Home For..." Christmas movies. This movie was based on a book of the same name written by Sheila Roberts. Erinne Dobson wrote the teleplay for "Nine Kittens of Christmas." Erin’s other writing credits among her 17 total include "Love, for Real," "One Winter Wedding," "Curious Caterer: Dying for Chocolate" and 21 episodes of the Good Witch. Brandon Routh, Kimberly Sustad, Gregory Harrison, Stephanie Bennet, Carey Feehan and even Ambrose the cat all reprise their roles from "The Nine Lives of Christmas." Nathan Witte plays Miles. Nathan most recently appeared in "Gilded Newport Mysteries: Murder at the Breakers." He has 70 total acting credits which include "Romance to the Rescue," "A Christmas Treasure," and "My Best Friend’s Bouquet" for Hallmark. Paul Campbell makes a cameo as Mason. It was reported that all of the kittens on set were adopted by cast and crew Watch the Trailer for "The Nine Kittens of Christmas"

Duration:00:26:56

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The Nine Lives of Christmas

7/9/2024
Girls Gone Hallmark is celebrating Christmas in July with a special lineup of fan-favorite movies recommended by the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook group. This week, Megan and Wendy review "The Nine Lives of Christmas." Will this much-discussed Kimberley Sustad film be the purr-fect holiday treat or just another Christmas cat-astrophe? Tune in all July to hear your favorite Hallmark podcast duo review some beloved Christmas movies! Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit. News and Notes About "The Nine Lives of Christmas" "The Nine Lives of Christmas" originally aired on the Hallmark Channel on November 8, 2014. Mark Jean directed "The Nine Lives of Christmas." Mark has 65 directing credits including "Holiday Hotline," "Heart of the Matter," "Eight Gifts of Hannukah" and "The Baker’s Son." Sheila Roberts wrote the book "The Nine Lives of Christmas," as well as the sequel "The Nine Kittens of Christmas." Nancey Silvers adapted the story into a screenplay. She has 32 writing credits which include 32 episodes of "Chesapeake Shores," two "Murder She Baked" movies as well as "Love at the Thanksgiving Day Parade." Brandon Routh plays hot firefighter Zachary Stone. This movie and its sequel "The Nine Kittens of Christmas" appear to be the only Hallmark movies in his 68 credits. He appeared in 76 episodes of "DC’s Legends of Tomorrow" and 21 episodes of the CW series "Arrow." He also plays the role of Superman in "Superman Returns," "Batwoman" and "The Flash" TV series. Kimberly Sustad plays Merilee. This was Kimberly’s first starring role on Hallmark. She had previous smaller roles on "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" as well as a holiday movie called "A Bride for Christmas." We are eagerly awaiting the release of "Three Wiser Men and Boy" for which she is both an actor and a writer. Chelsea Hobbs plays mean girlfriend Blair. Chelsea has 52 acting credits and was most recently seen in the holiday movie "Navigating Christmas." Of course she was also in the series "UnReal" as well as "Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce." Gregory Harrison plays Fire Chief Sam. Gregory has 119 acting credits and most recently he has appeared in 144 episodes of "General Hospital." Gregory reprised his role in the sequel - "The Nine Kittens of Christmas" and also appeared in a number of the "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" movies. Jennifer Cheon Garcia plays fellow vet school student Sarah. She has 38 acting credits and ticks bingo spaces for "Girlfriends Guide to Divorce" as well as "Once Upon a Time." Filming took place at Fort Langley in the Langley Township, British Columbia. Sustad notes all the kittens were adopted by the crew. Watch the Trailer for "The Nine Lives of Christmas"

Duration:00:23:45

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Exclusive Chat with Kristin Booth and Crystal Lowe

7/8/2024
Just when you thought the Signed, Sealed, Delivered Summer couldn't get any better, get ready for an exclusive chat with Kristin Booth and Crystal Lowe on Girls Gone Hallmark, a Hallmark movie review podcast! Hosted by Megan and Wendy, join them as they sit down with DLO besties and real-life friends Kristin Booth and Yan-Kay Crystal Lowe for an inside scoop like never before! It was an incredible treat to interview Kristin Booth and Crystal Lowe and what came of it is a wonderfully funny, thoughtful, and heartwarming episode to tide you over until the premiere of "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: A Tale of Three Letters." Catch a video version of this episode on YouTube! View this post on Instagram A post shared by K. L. Connie Wang 王冠琳 (@bethebuddha) Where to Find Kristin Booth and Crystal Lowe Find Kristin on Instagram and Cameo Find Crystal Lowe on Instagram and Cameo Check Out Our First Impression of the Signed, Sealed, Delivered Canon SSD: Pilot SSD: Overview of Episodes 1-5 SSD: Overview of Episodes 6-10 Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas From Paris with Love Truth Be Told The Impossible Dream From the Heart One in a Million Lost Without You The remaining reviews will be available beginning in August, including the newest movie!

Duration:00:55:33

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The Spirit of Christmas

7/4/2024
Girls Gone Hallmark is celebrating Christmas in July with a special lineup of fan-favorite movies recommended by the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook group. Up next is "The Spirit of Christmas." Although it's not technically a Hallmark movie, it has earned a special place in the hearts of Hallmark fans. Will this much-discussed film starring the "hot ghost" bring holiday cheer or leave you cold? Tune in all July to hear your favorite Hallmark podcast duo review some beloved Christmas movies! Have you see "The Spirit of Christmas?" Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit. News and Notes About "The Spirit of Christmas" The Spirit of Christmas originally premiered on Lifetime in 2015. David Jackson directed "The Spirit of Christmas." David has 73 directing credits including soapy dramas like "Summerland" and "One Tree Hill." He appears to have one Hallmark movie credit on his resume called "Last Vermont Christmas" from 2018. Tracy Andreen wrote "The Spirit of Christmas." Tracy has 32 writing credits, large percentage of which were for Hallmark. Hallmark titles include "Friends and Family Christmas," "Sweeter than Chocolate" and "The Holiday Sitter." Jen Lilley stars as Kate. Once a Hallmark darling, Jen has moved on to Great American Family. She has 64 writing credits and recently reprised her role as Theresa Donovan on "Days of Our Lives" where she has appeared in 430 episodes. Thomas Beaudoin plays hot ghost Daniel. Thomas has 25 acting credits and after this movie he appeared a supporting role in the Hallmark movie "Love on the Slopes." He is fluent in both English and French and has had several French speaking roles. Kati Salowsky plays Lily. Kati has 37 acting credits but has never appeared in a Hallmark project. Her most recent appearance was on the TV series "Good Trouble" in 2022. "The Spirit of Christmas" was filmed at the Harding Allen Estate in Barre and the Proctor Mansion in Wrentham, MA. No faux snow here. Production had to contend with below freezing temperatures and fuel lines freezing in their work trucks during filming Watch the Trailer for "The Spirit of Christmas"

Duration:00:20:35

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Cranberry Christmas

7/2/2024
Girls Gone Hallmark is celebrating Christmas in July with a special lineup of fan-favorite movies recommended by the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook group. The festivities begin with "Cranberry Christmas" starring Nikki DeLoach and Benjamin Ayres. Will this much-discussed film deck the halls or leave them out in the cold? Tune in all July to hear your favorite Hallmark podcast duo review some beloved Christmas movies! Will Christmas in July on Girls Gone Hallmark hold you over until the holidays? Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit. News and Notes About "Cranberry Christmas" Directed by Linda Lisa Hayter - This was Linda Lisa’s first Hallmark movie. Among her 13 directing credits, you’ll also find "Unexpected Grace," "Five more Minutes," "Right in Front of Me," and "Betty’s Bad Luck in Love." Linda Lisa will also direct the forthcoming "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" movie #13 Joie Botkin wrote "Cranberry Christmas." Joie has 23 writing credits, all for Hallmark. Notable movies include "3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1 Ghost," "Mid-Love Crisis," and "Beverly Hills Wedding." Nikki DeLoach plays Dawn. Nikki has 72 acting credits and can be seen as cursed caterer Goldy in the "Curious Caterer" franchise Benjamin Ayres plays husband Gabe. Benjamin has 98 acting credits and most recently appeared in "Love & Jane" for the Hallmark channel. Outside of Hallmark his credits include a small recurring role on "Suits" as well as 83 episodes of the series "Saving Hope" as Dr. Zachary Miller. Marci T. House plays Pamela. Marci has 108 acting credits, although only one Hallmark appearance on "The Winning Team" within the last four years. Other roles include "Devil in Ohio," "One of Us is Lying," and "Timeless." Jennifer Higgin plays Grandma Gladys. Jennifer had her first role in 1996 but didn’t act again until 2010. Since 2015 she has had a steady stream of projects totally 18 acting credits. For Hallmark she has also appeared in "Time for Us to Come Home for Christmas," "Five More Minutes," "The Christmas Contest," and "Checkin’ It Twice," "Cranberry Christmas" was filmed in Vancouver in August 2020. From Heavy.com “DeLoach said one of the craziest parts was dealing with the mosquitoes, TV Goodness reported. She said: “I had never experienced mosquitoes like that… During my closeup, a mosquito lands on my face and is just fighting me. [It felt] like Vietnam. It was so hot.” From Heavy.com “Ayres told TV Goodness that it was his first job back after the pandemic, and that was a little scary. He said: “We had intimate scenes and we were getting [COVID] tested right before. And I think the fact that there was a real tense energy about being back allowed us to take that into the film and really play it. We didn’t have to go down too far and we allowed that to be the thing [that inspired us].”” Watch the Trailer for "Cranberry Christmas"

Duration:00:26:17

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SSD: Listener Emails, Part Two!

7/1/2024
The Postables community has been incredible, always answering our questions or filling us in on the things we might have missed! Megan and Wendy dive into all the wonderful emails and messages they've received in another special SSD: Listener Emails episode. Don’t miss out — listen now and share with your fellow "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" fans! Got something to say? Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! Mentioned in this Episode: Sign the Change.org petition to get the DLO fam on the Hallmark Cruise! The Alameda Downing Blog Martha Williamson interview about One In a Million Signed, Sealed, Delivered Fan Fiction: "Contemplations" by LadyofLetters26 Kristin Booth Cameo Eric Mabius Cameo Crystal Lowe Cameo Eric Mabius' Patreon Just Added: The Newest Signed, Sealed, Delivered Movie! Hallmark Media recently announced that the newest "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" installment will premiere on Friday, July 12th on Hallmark Mystery. We're excited to announce that Girls Gone Hallmark will review SSD: A Tale of Three Letters! See the calendar below for when to expect that review. We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit.

Duration:00:30:27

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Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Lost Without You

6/27/2024
Welcome to the Girls Gone Hallmark podcast! Join your new best friends, Megan and Wendy, as they dive into the world of the Postables with reviews of the "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" franchise all summer long. In this episode, they review "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Lost Without You." Can the series deliver another 5-STAR movie? Tune in and find out! See the Signed, Sealed, Delivered SUMMER schedule here Are you watching "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" for the first time? Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit. About "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Lost Without You" Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Lost Without You originally premiered on September 25, 2016. Kevin Fair, Martha Williamson, and Brandi Harkonen are all back on deck. Gregory Harrison and Emilie Ullerup return as Joe and Dale, respectively. Luke Roessler plays Aiden. Luke is 17 years old now and has 31 acting credits including "Dead to Me" on Netflix. Jesse Moss plays Uncle Top. Jesse has 146 acting credits and remains busy on Hallmark with appearances in "An Easter Bloom," "The Cases of Mystery Lane," and "Sweet Carolina." John Cassini plays the commercial director. He has 134 acting credits for Hallmark including "Welcome to Mama's." Watch the Trailer for "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Lost Without You" from 2016

Duration:00:20:03

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Signed, Sealed, Delivered: One in a Million

6/25/2024
Welcome to the Girls Gone Hallmark podcast! Join your new best friends, Megan and Wendy, as they continue to explore the world of the Postables with reviews of the "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" franchise all summer long! In this episode, a review of "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: One in a Million." Can the series maintain its charm, or will it falter a little? Tune in to find out See the Signed, Sealed, Delivered SUMMER schedule here Are you watching "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" for the first time? Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit. About "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: One in a Million" Signed, Sealed, Delivered: One in a Million originally premiered July 24, 2016. Kevin Fair returns as director. The story for “One in a Million” was by Martha Williamson and Brandi Harkonen. The teleplay is by Martha Williamson. Gregory Harrison returns as Oliver’s dad, Joe O’Toole. If anyone else is jonesing for more Gregory Harrison in their lives, he is currently appearing on “General Hospital” as well as an occasional appearance on the series 9-1-1. Emilie Ullerup plays Oliver’s friend and Agent Dale Travers. As mentioned, Emilie appeared in “SSD: From the Heart” and will go on to appear in the next movie “SSD: Home Again.” Lane Edwards plays Lester, the head of security at the Denver branch. We saw Lane Edwards in a previous SSD as Michael Wheeler in the episode “Dark of Night” where he played the husband of Kimberley Sustad. Emma Pedersen plays dumped girlfriend Nikki. This was her only “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” movie but she has been in several Hallmark movies like “Wedding of a Lifetime” and “Time For Us to Come Home for Christmas.” Peter Hanlon plays disgruntle postal carrier Dudley Curly. He was last seen on Hallmark in the 2020 Hallmark Mystery “Roux the Day: A Gourmet Detective Mystery.” Zak Santiago returns again as Ramon. Watch the Trailer for "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: One in a Million" from 2016

Duration:00:21:42

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Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From the Heart

6/20/2024
Welcome to the Girls Gone Hallmark podcast! Join your internet besties, Megan and Wendy, as they continue to get to know the Postables with a deep dive into the "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" franchise. Today, Girls Gone Hallmark reviews "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From the Heart." It’s the Valentine’s Day special that’ll steal your heart—no postage required! Tune in now and fall in love with our latest Hallmark movie review! See the Signed, Sealed, Delivered SUMMER schedule here Are we wrong about this movie? Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit. About "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From the Heart" Lynne Stopkewich directed "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From the Heart." Lynne directed two episodes of the episodic series and will go on to direct Hallmark movies like "October Kiss" and "Three Bedrooms, One Corpse: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery." Martha Williamson and Brandi Harkonen wrote the movie script for "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From the Heart." Returning Supporting Actors include Jill Morrison as Hazel and Chris Gauthier as Serge. Nick Purchase plays young Ryan. Nick has 12 acting credits including "Spooksville," "iZombie" and "50 Stages of Fright." Mackenzie Cardwell plays young Maddie. Mackenzie has 20 acting credits but her only other Hallmark credit is an episode of "When Calls the Heart." She also appeared in Seasons 2 and 3 of the Amazon Prime series "Upload." Emilie Ullerup returns in a new role, playing Dale Travers. Emilie's character will continue in for more "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" movies. Aaron Craven plays Gov. Ryan. Aaron has 66 acting credits, only a couple of which are for Hallmark Channel. His last project was "How to Murder Your Husband" and "Engaged to Be Murdered" is currently in production. Watch the Trailer for "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From the Heart" from 2016

Duration:00:21:19

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Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Impossible Dream

6/18/2024
Welcome to the Girls Gone Hallmark podcast! Join your internet besties, Megan and Wendy, as they continue to get to know the Postables with a deep dive into the "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" franchise. Today, Girls Gone Hallmark reviews "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Impossible Dream." See the Signed, Sealed, Delivered SUMMER schedule here Are you watching "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" for the first time? Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit. About "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Impossible Dream" Kevin Fair returns as director of "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Impossible Dream" as wells as Martha Williamson and Brandi Harkonen as writers of the screenplay. Megan Charpentier and William B. Davis return as Harper and Phoebe, previously seen in "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Truth Be Told." Zak Santiago returns as Ramon. We last saw Zak in "From Paris with Love" and he will continue to make appearances throughout the "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" series. Mark Valley plays Steve Marek. Mark has 61 acting credits 338 episodes of Jack Devereax on "Days of Our Lives." He also had a long running role on "Boston Legal" where he appeared in 70 episodes. For the Hallmark bingo card he appeared in 7 episodes of "Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce" and we’ll see him return in "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Higher Ground." Jill Teed plays Harriet Bullock. We loved Jill as the police captain in "Tipline Mysteries: Dial 1 For Murder." She can also be seen on "Under the Bridge" along with "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" star Geoff Gustafson. Tammy Gillis plays Randilynn Amidon. Tammy has 68 acting credits and has ben on both "Once Upon a Time" and "Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce." For Hallmark she has had a number of appearances including: "Frozen in Love," "Chesapeake Shores," "Marrying Mister Darcy" and the "Fixer Upper Mysteries." Watch the Trailer for "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Impossible Dream" from 2015

Duration:00:19:17

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SSD: Listener Emails!

6/14/2024
The Postables community has been amazing! So amazing that Girls Gone Hallmark had to release a special bonus episode - SSD: Listener Emails! Megan and Wendy discuss all the incredible emails and messages they've received since launching Signed, Sealed, Delivered Summer! Don’t miss out — listen now and share with your fellow fans of "Signed, Sealed, Delivered"! Got something to say? Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! Just Added: The Newest Signed, Sealed, Delivered Movie! Hallmark Media recently announced that the newest "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" installment will premiere on Friday, July 12th on Hallmark Mystery. We're excited to announce that Girls Gone Hallmark will review SSD: A Tale of Three Letters! See the calendar below for when to expect that review. We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit.

Duration:00:20:29

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Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Truth Be Told

6/13/2024
Welcome to the Girls Gone Hallmark podcast! Join your best friends on the internet, Megan and Wendy, as they delve deeper into the "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" franchise with their review of "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Truth Be Told." Listen in as Wendy shares her reactions to an IMDb review of Oliver O'Toole. Don't miss out—tune in now! See the Signed, Sealed, Delivered SUMMER schedule here Are you watching "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" for the first time? Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit. About "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Truth Be Told" "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Truth Be Told" was directed by Kevin Fair. The screen play was written by Martha Williamson and Brandi Harkonen. Gregory Harrison plays Joe O’Toole. We’ll see Gregory as the fire chief in next month’s reviews of "The Nine Lives of Christmas" and "The Nine Kittens of Christmas." Megan Charpentier plays Phoebe Amidon. Megan has 43 acting credits and will make another appearance in "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Impossible Dream." Megan would go on to one additional Hallmark project: "Operation Christmas" in 2016. Jill Morrison plays Hazel the mail carrier. Jill has 102 acting credits. Jill goes on to appear in four more "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" movies. She has a ton of Hallmark credits including "Bottled with Love," "Wedding Every Weekend," "You, Me and the Christmas Trees," and "A Second Chance at Love." Robert Maloney plays Captain Markham. Robert has 122 acting credits including an appearance "Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce." Robert was recently seen on "Christmas on Cherry Lane" during last year’s Countdown to Christmas collection. William B Davis plays Harper. William has 137 acting credits, most recently appearing in all three seasons of the Amazon Prime series "Upload." He’s perhaps most well known for his role as the Cigarette Smoking Man on the "X Files." Watch the Trailer for "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Truth Be Told" from 2015

Duration:00:24:59

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Savoring Paris

6/12/2024
Girls Gone Hallmark is taking a break from the Signed, Sealed, Delivered Summer series to bring listeners a special bonus review of Hallmark Channel's latest movie: "Savoring Paris" starring Bethany Joy Lenz. Will it be a gouda movie or a brie-lliant one? Don’t miss out —listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform today! Est-ce que Savoring Paris était un oui ou un non?Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit. News and Notes About "Savoring Paris" Clare Niederpruem directed “Savoring Paris.” At just 38, Clare has 17 directing credits including Hallmark projects like “An American in Austen,” “A Pinch of Portugal,” “A Royal Corgi Christmas” as well as several others. Her first movie for Hallmark was “In the Key of Love” in 2019. Joie Botkin wrote the screenplay for this movie. Joie Botkin has 25 writing credits including this year’s well-liked “Branching Out.” She also wrote “Never Been Chris’d,” “3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1 Ghost,” “Our Italian Christmas Memories,” “Mid-Love Crisis” as well as “Cranberry Christmas” which we’ll be reviewing as part of our Christmas in July series next month. The movie is based on the 2018 book “Fromage à Trois: Paris. Love. Cheese” by Victoria Brownlee. Bethany Joy Lenz stars as Ella Weber. We last saw her in “A Biltmore Christmas” in 2023 with Kristoffer Polaha, before that she was in “An Unexpected Christmas” with Tyler Hynes. Not only an actor, Joy dropped a single called “Strawberries” last August which was a good, little summer bop. French actor Stanley Weber plays Serge. He is known for his performance as Juan Borgia in the television series “Borgia,” as well as appearing in 6 episodes of the popular TV series “Outlander.” This is his first Hallmark movie. Ben Wiggins plays Gaston. With 21 acting credits, Ben appeared in the last season of “You” on Netflix, “Death in Paradise,” and “Grace.” This is also his first project for Hallmark. Manon Azem plays Clotilde. She is a French actress with 29 acting credits and is known for the French TV series “Research Unit” where she appeared in 49 episodes. Lucy Newman-Williams plays Ella’s mom Laury. For Hallmark, she’s appeared in “Joyeux Noel” and “Love in the Maldives.” Outside of the network, Newman-Williams has been in “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” and “The Crown.” “Savoring Paris” was partly filmed on location in Paris, France, as well as Bulgaria. Related Article: The Top 9 Hallmark Movies that Take Place in France Watch the Trailer for "Savoring Paris"

Duration:00:26:14

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Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From Paris with Love

6/11/2024
Welcome to the Girls Gone Hallmark podcast! Join your favorite duo, Megan and Wendy, as they continue their journey through the "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" franchise with a review of "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From Paris with Love." Oliver's estranged wife returns, and Megan and Wendy have a lot to say about it. Don't miss out on the fun—tune in and listen now! See the Signed, Sealed, Delivered SUMMER schedule here Are you watching "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" for the first time? Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit. About "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From Paris with Love" Originally aired on June 16, 2015 Martha Williamson and Brandi Harkonen received a 2017 nomination from the Canadian Screen Award Best Writing in a Dramatic Program or Limited Series. Yan-Kay Crystal Lowe was a 2016 UBCP Award nominee for Best Actress. Kevin Fair directed. He has directed the lion's share of SSD movies as well as a couple of the episodes from the TV series. The screenplay was written by Martha Williamson and Brandi Harkonen. Kevin McGarry plays Joey Castelucci. This was Kevin's first appearance on the Hallmark Channel. He would go on to star in "Heartland" and "When Calls the Heart" as well as the Wedding Veil series in his 39 total acting credits. Brooke Kevin plays Caitlin. This was also Brooke's first Hallmark credit. She has 90 total acting credits, including "Crashing Through the Snow" and "Jingle Around the Clock" for Hallmark. Zak Santiago plays Ramon. He has 162 acting credits which includes a number of "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" movies. For Hallmark he was most recently in "Legend of the Lost Locket" as the art restorer. Poppy Montgomery plays Holly O'Toole. Poppy has 36 acting credits and this appears to be her only role on Hallmark. Watch the Trailer for "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From Paris with Love" from 2015

Duration:00:20:39

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Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas

6/6/2024
Welcome to the Girls Gone Hallmark podcast! Your favorite duo, Megan and Wendy, have transitioned from the single-season "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" episodes to "Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas." Spoiler alert: Why did no one ever tell them this is one of the greatest Christmas movies Hallmark has ever made? Will this earn a 5-STAR rating from Girls Gone Hallmark? Tune in and listen now! See the Signed, Sealed, Delivered SUMMER schedule here Are you watching "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" for the first time? Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit. About "Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas" Originally aired on November 23, 2014 Kevin Fair directed. Kevin currently has 44 directing credits, including recents like “Legend of the Lost Locket,” “A Season for Family,” “Checkin’ It Twice” and “3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1 Ghost.” As for SSD, Kevin directed episodes 3 and 4 from the one-season series. After "Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas," he will go on to direct all but 2 of the movies. The story for SSD for Christmas was written by Brandi Harkonen, Kerry Lenhart, and John J. Samar. The teleplay by Martha Williamson. Rob Estes plays Jordan. Rob has 70 acting credits with 2 upcoming projects according to IMDB. He’s probably best known for his role as Kyle McBride on Melrose Place between 1993-1999 but my first exposure to Rob Estes was in the USA crime-drama “Silk Stockings.” Since the 90s, he’s gone on to appear in shows like “Suddenly Susan,” “Gilmore Girls,” and “90210.” Browsing through his IMDB, I see he returns to Signed, Sealed, Delivered in a future movie and I’m not sure I’m ready. Marion Ross plays Oliver’s former Sunday school teacher Mrs. Genzinger in this movie. She has a staggering 197 acting credits and will always and forever be known as Mrs. Cunningham from her 255 episodes of “Happy Days." She’s been in just about everything, including the previously mentioned “Gilmore Girls” as Lorelei’s gran Trix. She’s also starred in 2 other projects for Martha Williamson: “Promised Land” and “Touched By an Angel.” At 95, Marion is still working! She voiced Grandma Squarepants in “Sponge Bob Square Pants” earlier this year. Marci T. House plays the nurse Odette. Marci has appeared in several Hallmark projects, including “Making Waves,” “A Winning Team,” and “Cranberry Christmas” (a movie that we’ll be reviewing this summer in Christmas in July). Ava Telek plays Hannah (the little girl who’s mom is sick). Ava has worked steadily since this movie. She has been seen in “My Christmas Family Tree” and “Gilded Newport Mysteries: Murder at the Breakers.” Watch the Trailer for "Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas" from 2014

Duration:00:22:01

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Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Episodes 6-10 Review

6/4/2024
Welcome to the Girls Gone Hallmark podcast! Join your hosts, Megan and Wendy, as they dive into the beloved "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" franchise all summer long. In today's episode, your favorite Hallmark duo dive into a Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Episodes 6-10 review. Don't miss out—tune in now to catch their insightful and fun-filled reviews! See the Signed, Sealed, Delivered SUMMER schedule here Are you watching "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" for the first time? Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit. About "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" Episode 6 The title of episode 6 is called "The Future Me' First premiered on Sunday May 25, 2014 Director: Lynne Stopkewich who previously directed episode 5 Writesr: Martha Williamson, Kerry Lenhart (known for the series “Boston Public” and the 1996 short lived series “Mr & Mrs Smith”), and John J. Sakmar (previously worked on “Boston Public,” “Psych” and “Make It or Break It.” Co-Stars: Marilu Henner appears as Glynis Rucker. Marilu has 107 acting credits and is probably best known for her roles as Elaine Nardo in "Taxi." She’s done an incredible about of work for Hallmark, including 19 Aurora Teagarden movies. This was her one and only appearance in "Signed, Sealed, Delivered." Andrea Brooks plays Miss Special Delivery rival Kimmi. This role appears to be her first project for Hallmark. She has gone on to co-star in 80 episodes of “When Calls the Heart” as well as a number of Hallmark movies. Jessica Kishner Morgan played bride Ellie. Jessica has just a handful of acting projects and this was her only for the network. Jeremy Raymond plays boyfriend Bobby. Jeremy has 25 acting credits and has appeared in several "Star Trek" projects, "American Gods," "Psych," and others. About "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" Episode 7 The title of episode 7 is called "Something Good" First premiered on Sunday, June 1, 2014 Director: Scott Smith Written by: Martha Williamson, Brandi Harkonen, and Dean Batali (who has a deep resume of writing for shows like “That ‘70s Show,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and the “Good Witch.”) Co-Stars: Valerie Bertinelli plays Rebecca Starkwell. Bertinelli is probably best known for her roles on “One Day at a Time,” “Touched By an Angel,” and “Hot in Cleveland.” She’s also did in 14 seasons of “Valerie’s Home Cooking” and co-hosted 12 seasons of the “Kids Baking Championship” - both for the Food Network. Adam DiMarco played Billy James. He has 46 acting credits, including the last season of HBO’s “White Lotus” where he played Albie. Nicole Fraissinet played Jennifer. This was her first project for Hallmark but went on to appear in “The Nine Lives of Christmas” and a couple of episodes of the “Good Witch.” We also have a small appearance by Chris Gauthier who played Serge. Chris has appeared in many Hallmark movies, including hits like “Three Wise Men and a Baby” and “The Christmas House.” We’ll always remember Chris as Todd on “Date My Dad.” Sadly, Chris passed earlier this year from an unspecified short illness. About "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" Episode 8 Episode 8 is called "Dark of Night" First premiered on Sunday, June 8, 2014 Directed by Scott Smith Writers: Martha Williamson and Brandi Harkonen Co-stars: Valerie Bertinelli returns as Rebecca Starkwell. Kimberley Sustad plays Melissa. This wasn’t Kimberley’s first project for Hallmark as she has appeared in “A Bride for Christmas” in 2012 but since "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" in 2014, Sustad has gone on to star in so many incredible Hallmark movies.

Duration:00:31:47

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Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Episodes 1-5 Review

5/30/2024
Welcome to the Girls Gone Hallmark podcast, where your hosts Megan and Wendy take on the beloved "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" franchise all summer long. In today's new episode, your favorite Hallmark podcast duo review episodes 1-5 from 2014. If you're new to the series or it's a favorite, come along and chat about the charming characters, heartfelt moments, and the signature Hallmark magic that captivated audiences for years. See the Signed, Sealed, Delivered SUMMER schedule here Are you watching "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" for the first time? Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit. About "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" Episode 1 The title of episode 1 is called "Time to Start Livin.' First premiered on Sunday April 20, 2014 Scott Smith directed. Scott went on to direct 5 total episodes of the one season of Signed, Sealed, Delivered. Writers: Martha Williamson and Brandi Harkonen Co-Stars: Valerie Harper appears as Theresa Capodiamonte. She's probably best known for “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” “Rhoda” and "Valerie." Harper passed in 2019 at the age of 80. Christine Willes appears as Vivian Lasseter. She has 103 acting credits and was last seen on Hallmark in “Guiding Emily.” About "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" Episode 2 The title of episode 2 is called "To Whom It May Concern." First premiered on Sunday, April 27, 2014 Director: Scott Smith Writers: Martha Williamson and Brandi Harkonen Co-Stars: Valerie Harper returns as Theresa Capodiamonte. Joel Berg appears as Corporal Benjamin 'Buzz' Parker. Joel has just 15 acting credits and this was his only appearance on Hallmark. Rami Kahlon plays Samila (adult). She has 29 acting credits and has only appeared on Hallmark in this project. About "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" Episode 3 Episode 3 is called "Soulmates." First premiered on Sunday, May 4, 2014 Directed by Kevin Fair. He has 44 directing credits. Since this episode in 2014, he has gone on to direct 10 SSD movies, plus some Hallmark fan favorites like “Taking a Shot at Love,” “Always Amore,” “3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1 Ghost,” and most recently “Legend of the Lost Locket.” Writers: Martha Williamson, Brandi Harkonen, and Dawn DeKeyser. Co-stars: Della Reese as Cora Brandt. She’s probably best known for her 211 episodes of “Touched By an Angel” but also appeared on other classic series like “Welcome Back, Kotter,” “Night Court,” “227,” “Picket Fences,” “Designing Women” and so many more. These two episodes of Signed, Sealed, Delivered were her very last projects. Della Reese passed in 2017 at the age of 86. Emilie Ullerup plays adult Marie. Emilie went on to play Bree O’Brien in 55 episodes of “Chesapeake Shores” as well as other Hallmark movies like “Don’t Forget I Love You” and “Retreat to You.” Greyston Holt plays adult Sam. He also appeared in 12 episodes of “Chesapeake Shores” as Jay Ross. About "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" Episode 4 Episode 4 is titled "The Masterpiece." First premiered on Sunday, May 11, 2014 Director: Kevin Fair Writers: Martha Williamson, Jeff Eckerle, and Marilyn Osborn Co-stars: Della Reese returns as Cora Brandt. Paul McGillion as dad Henry Barrett. Paul has been in several Hallmark projects including “Christmas in Tahoe” and “An Unexpected Christmas” from 2021. Kate Corbett as widowed wife Sarah. Kate has previously appeared in 23 episodes of “Good Witch” as Eve. About "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" Episode 5 Episode 5 is titled "The Edge of Forever" First premiered on Sunday, May 18, 2014

Duration:00:20:43

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Signed, Sealed, Delivered (Pilot) Review

5/28/2024
Welcome to the Girls Gone Hallmark podcast, where your favorite podcast duo throw it way back to 2013 to review the backdoor pilot of "Signed, Sealed, Delivered." Join Megan and Wendy as we get to know Oliver, Shane, Norman, and Rita. If you're new to the series or it's a favorite, come along and chat about the charming characters, heartfelt moments, and the signature Hallmark magic that captivated audiences for year. Plus, don't forget to tune in all summer long for Signed, Sealed, Delivered SUMMER! See the Signed, Sealed, Delivered SUMMER schedule here Are you watching "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" for the first time? Email us at meganandwendy@gmail.com or let's talk about it in the Girls Gone Hallmark Facebook Group! We Need Your 5-STAR Ratings and Reviews Spotify Podcast listeners: Spotify allows listeners to rate podcast episodes. Once you listen to a podcast for at least 30 seconds, you get the option to rate it between one and five stars. Return to the podcast’s main page and tap the star icon. Then, tap submit. About "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" (Pilot) The very first movie in the "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" franchise was a backdoor pilot and is often considered episode #0 from Season 1. Its title is "Second Chances." This movie premiered on October 12, 2013. Scott Smith directed the movie. He currently has 37 directing credits including a few Hallmark favorites like "Frozen in Love" and "Autumn in the Vineyard." Martha Williamson and Brandi Harkonen wrote the script. Martha Williamson is a 35-year veteran of the entertainment industry. She is known for being the writer and producer on "Touched by an Angel" as well as "Promised Land." Williamson has also written for the TV series "The Facts of Life," and "Living Dolls." Brandi Harkonen has 14 writing and co-producing credits including every episode and movie from the "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" franchise. Who Was in the "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" Pilot? Eric Mabius plays Oliver O'Toole. Eric currently has 72 acting credits, having appeared in Hallmark hits like "Haul Out the Holly" and "Haul Out the Holly: Lit Up." Mabius has worked steadily since 1995 having appeared in television shows like "Party of Five," "Chicago Fire," "The L Word," and "The O.C." Kristin Booth plays Shane McInerney. Kristin recently appeared in "Shifting Gears" (directed by co-star Yan-Kay Crystal Lowe). Her 100 acting credits also include "Workin' Moms," "Hudson & Rex," and "Escaping the NXIVM Cult: A Mother's Fight to Save Her Daughter." Yan-Kay Crystal Lowe plays Rita Haywith. Commonly credited as Crystal Lowe, she has 95 acting credits including "Christmas at Dollywood" and "Flip That Romance." She was the first female director selected in Hallmark's 'Make Her Mark' initiative. Geoff Gustafson play Norman Dorman. Geoff has 94 acting credits and has appeared in "Dream Moms" and "Three Wise Men and a Baby" amongst many others. Daphne Zuniga plays Andrea Shmeckle. Zuniga is probably best known for her role as Jo Reynolds from "Melrose Place." Laci J. Mailey plays Kelly. We recently saw Laci in "Betty's Bad Luck in Love" but she's probably best known as Jess O'Brien from the long running Hallmark series "Chesapeake Shores." Benjamin Hollingsworth plays Charlie. Ben is known for his role as Dan Brady on "Virgin River" as well as Liam in "The Santa Summit." Watch the Trailer for "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" from 2013

Duration:00:23:29