You’re Going to Fall in Love With Hallmark’s 2018 ‘Countdown to Valentine’s Day’ Movies
Good news for anyone who’s already missing Hallmark’s seemingly endless slate of holiday movies: The network is debuting three ridiculously romantic new films for their “Countdown to Valentine’s Day,” which starts in less than two weeks!
First up: Lacey Chabert and Andrew W. Walker will kick things off in My Secret Valentine. Chabert plays Chloe Grange, a bistro manager whose father wants to sell the family winery, much to her disappointment. The wine rep for the company that plans to buy it, Seth Anderson, is handsome and flirtatious — but Chloe is not interested. When she runs off to her cabin, which has been neglected since her mother passed away, she finds a note from “Handyman” and decides to write back, signing hers “In Need of Repairs.” We’ll just have to watch the premiere on Saturday, February 3, at 9pm, to find out what happens from there.
The following week, on Saturday, February 10, at 9pm, you can watch Danica McKellar and Cameron Mathison find romance in Very, Very Valentine. When Helen (McKellar), a flower-shop employee, attends a masquerade gala to meet up with her best friend, botanical gardens worker Henry (Mathison), she’s charmed by a dashing stranger (who’s wearing the same mask as Henry but isn’t him). However, she’s then disappointed when her mystery man disappears, leaving behind nothing but his rose boutonniere. Shades of Cinderella, perhaps?
Cooking With Love premieres the very next night, Sunday, February 11, at 9pm ET, and is sure to bring some delicious romantic drama. Things sizzle — in more ways than one — when cooking-show producer Kelly (Ali Liebert) hires controversial Chef Stephen (Brett Dalton).
It sounds like Hallmark’s “Countdown to Valentine’s Day” will be as sweet as the candy we hope to get!
Which of Hallmark’s three new Valentine’s Day movies are you most excited about? Let us know @BritandCo!
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