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Hallmark Drama is now Hallmark Family, your home for beloved classics, favorite Hallmark original movies, and timeless stories.

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Erin has second thoughts about her hasty marriage to Ashley when he claims to be an atheist.
Olivia and Mary Ellen comfort a rape victim who is too ashamed to answer her soldier-husband's letters.
Olivia and John learn that John-Boy is missing in action.
Erin has second thoughts about her hasty marriage to Ashley when he claims to be an atheist.
Olivia and Mary Ellen comfort a rape victim who is too ashamed to answer her soldier-husband's letters.
Jonathan and Mark come to a country-western bar where they provide an angelic assist to a young country singer emulating her lost mother, a former country star hoping to find her lost glory, and a widow mourning her lost husband.
A construction magnate now convinced he is King Arthur is in danger of being declared incompetent by his estranged son.
A high school baseball star is being scouted by the pros, much to his delight and that of his father who's been coaching him, but a tragic motorcycle accident permanently shatters both their dreams.
To help Deke find a reason for living after his accident and shattered dreams, Jonathan enlists the aid of a gymnast who has reasons of his own to help rehabilitate Deke.
A movie star always has the money to spend on his kids but never the time to spend with or be a real father to them, and Jonathan and Mark (who have been hired to look after the children) must show him the error of his ways.
An advertisement brings Jonathan and Mark to a neighborhood where an elderly scriptwriter needs an "angel" to bankroll his movie about the lonely people in his neighborhood, but making the film may mean tragedy for Mark.
Rose returns to her hometown and to her damaged relationship with her father, Frank, who resents her having chosen a cosmopolitan career over the family business. Stars Fiona Gubelmann, Lucas Bryant and Kelly Rowan.
A young woman (Erika Christensen) with three dogs she adopted from past relationships recounts the story of how her search for true love led her to canine companionship.
A reservation goes awry and two renters must share a house in a beach town, but this setup is not ideal because these two couldn't be more different: among other problems, one is cat person and the other is a dog person.
When Jo realizes that her family's general store in Daisy Hills is losing money, her father Duke calls in a favor to help. Duke's help is Jo's ex-boyfriend, Blake, former Daisy Hills native. Stars Cindy Busby, Marshall Williams.
Jack takes his son and daughter to his late wife's beachside hometown hoping to heal and become closer. The summer brings visions of the past that could forge a new path forward. Stars Sam Page, Sarah Drew and Amanda Schull.
When war veteran Terry Pulaski's dog Duke becomes ill, Terry seeks anonymous help from a nearby veterinary clinic. It soon becomes a community's quest to reunite Terry with his beloved dog. Stars Steven Weber.
Hard times force the Ingalls to move to the city of Winoka.
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