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Smooch — on the Hallmark Channel

posted by Nell Minow

There’s something just so likable about Kellie Martin, isn’t there?
I’ve been a fan since her “Life Goes On” days. She has such a sweetness about her, but strength, too. I really began to appreciate her as an actress in a TV movie called “About Sarah,” where she played the daughter of a developmentally disabled woman.
I’m looking forward to her new Hallmark Channel film, Smooch, a Valentine’s Day treat about a prince with amnesia who ends up working as a nanny for the daughter of a single mom. Hmmmm, I wonder what will happen?
Watch it Saturday Feb 5 at 9, 8 Central.



  • Robert T

    I can’t wait to watch it too. It’s not this Sat however, but the following Saturday Feb 5 at 9 PM / 8c.

  • http://blog.beliefnet.com/moviemom/ Nell Minow

    Thanks, Robert! I mistakenly posted this one too early. I’ll make the correction.

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