Hallmark Channel Preview | Four New Romances Premiere in the 2018 #SpringFever Campaign


Spring is just around the corner. Or that's the hope. In this part of the world, the weather has certainly been conflicted - we've gone from 60° to snow and unseasonably cool temperatures in the span of a week. This weekend, it's supposed to even out to normal with all the sunshine. Needless to say, spring is closer to breaking through than winter is in keeping its hold.



With spring creeping up on us, Hallmark Channel is taking advantage and putting out four all-new originals in their 'Spring Fever' campaign. Here to cheer us from some of those grayer, blustery days March is known for, are these 2-hour blocks of sunshine. Among the new originals are familiar leading lady faces (Andrea Brookes, Julie Gonzalo, Megan Park, Joy Lenz) with a host of new-to-Hallmark leading men. Then there are not one but two royal romances one of which is based novel I suspect will be familiar to many of us.

But in addition to these four new originals, this Saturday (the 10th), Hallmark will premiere Love, Once and Always starring Pete Porte (Love at the Shore). Though not officially a part of their new campaign, this one still promises plenty of romance and joy. 



Here's the line up:

- Love, Once and Always | March 10
- The Sweetest Heart | March 17
- Royal Matchmaker | March 24
- Home by Spring | March 31
- Once Upon a Prince | April 7 (Finding Wonderland's book review, Once Upon a Prince)

You can swing by Silver Petticoat today to see the full "preview" of Hallmark's spring premieres, and drop a comment there about the titles you're anticipating - and why. Or tell me all about the films YOU are most looking forward to down below! I'd love to hear about them

PREVIEWING HALLMARK CHANNEL’S FOUR ALL-NEW ORIGINALS PREMIERES – PART OF THE HALLMARK SPRING FEVER!

It’s that time again to preview the upcoming romances premiering on Hallmark Channel. This year, their “Spring Fever” campaign bursts with new romances, including not one but two royal fairy tale stories. Needless to say, this is one plotline I never grow tired of, most especially when one is based on a favorite novel. Continue Reading on Silver Petticoat →

Photos: Hallmark Channel / Crown Media Press
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  1. Thank goodness we had a new film last night. Last week was so sad without one. Is it odd that I never tire of these "royal" movies?

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    1. Not at all, Sam! I never tire of those royal movies either. They're always delightful. :)

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