HALLMARK MOVIES & MYSTERIES PRESENTS FOUR CONSECUTIVE WEEKS OF NEW ORIGINAL MOVIES BEGINNING IN MARCH
PERFECT CAPPER TO WEEKENDS ARE CAPERS FEATURING STRONG, SMART WOMEN
ON TV'S TOP DESTINATION FOR MYSTERIES AND WHODUNITS
STUDIO CITY, CA - March 2, 2017 -- Sunday night usually means plotting the workweek and planning meals. True, all of that needs doing, but what better way to end the weekend properly than with a delicious mystery?
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, TV's number one destination for smart mysteries and whodunits, offers four consecutive weeks of new movies starting March 19. You can even make the argument that by solving the mystery, you're getting your brain ready to tackle the week.
And let's face it, solving mysteries are way more fun than making lists for work. So give yourself a decent break Sunday nights and settle in with these whodunits. Fans can also puzzle out which of the highly-rated network's mystery movie franchises may soon be tapped to become its own limited series this August on cable's fastest growing channel.
The Sunday 9 p.m. (ET/PT) lineup features fan favorites: "Aurora Teagarden: Dead Over Heels" (March 19), "Murder She Baked: Just Desserts" (March 26), "Concrete Evidence: A Fixer Upper Mystery" (April 2) and "Hailey Dean Mysteries: Deadly Estate" (April 9).
These sleuths come from all backgrounds: a librarian, a baker, a renovator and a therapist. None sought out a new career as a detective. Are they to blame if murders keep happening around them? And what sort of woman would turn her back on these crimes and not help her community?
Each movie represents how women juggle so much - families and careers, friends and romance - and piece together pretty dicey happenings. While giving to others and working so hard, each of our heroines tries hard to keep her love life going. And, they're doing well! In one, they move close to engagement, in another, the two leads are finally dating. One film reveals how an attraction is becoming undeniable and in the fourth, a love interest's near-death experience proves how important he is.
This isn't a "stars they're just like us" routine. These women are us. They are every multi-tasking woman, determined to do it all, and well. And in case life was not complicated enough, they all take on that extra challenge of solving murders.