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‘Murder, She Baked–A Peach Cobbler Mystery’: World Premiere Cooks Up A Perfect Whodunit Tonight On Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

Murder, She Baked: A Peach Cobbler Mystery is a brand new drama movie coming to Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel tonight. Murder, She Baked: A Peach Cobbler Mystery is the newest in the Murder, She Baked franchise. In tonight’s movie, which is based on the book Peach Cobbler Murder by Joanne Fluke, it tells the story of a well-known baker who finds the owner of a rival bakery dead, making herself the prime suspect. It stars Alison Sweeney as Hannah Swensen, Cameron Mathison as Mike Kingston, Barbara Niven as Delores, Lisa Durupt as Andrea, and Gabriel Hogan as Norma.

Murder, She Baked: A Peach Cobbler Mystery Movie Synopsis

Hannah Swensen is cooking it up again in Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ Murder, She Baked: A Peach Cobbler Mystery, and as always, she hands her hands full with a new murder mystery, except this time she may be arrested for murder. Everything takes place after two new bakers arrive from Georgia with plans to open up a bakery right across the street from Hannah’s Cookie Jar. After the Magnolia Blossom bakery opens its doors, customers flock to it in order to get a taste of what’s baking. Plus, the new ladies have been busy around town introducing themselves to all the right people. Despite their bubbly personalities, Hannah knows that something is not right. Her only hope is that these ladies won’t take all of the business away from her. After all, she is already seeing a dip in her profits. Meanwhile, the residents of Eden learn that one of the owners of Magnolia Blossom Bakery has disappeared, which gives Hannah an opportunity to start snooping around. However, Hannah has baked up more than she can chew when she finds the dead body of one of the owners inside their bakery. Now, everyone in town thinks that Hannah might have been desperate enough to kill her biggest rival in order to save her own bakery. Will she be able to solve the mystery and prove that she is not the killer before the doors to the Cookie Jar close forever?

Produced by Front Street Pictures, Murder, She Baked: A Peach Cobbler Mystery is directed by Kristoffer Tabori and written by Teena Booth. Take a look at the bios of two of the main actors in this film, according to HMC‘s website.

The Cast of Murder, She Baked: A Peach Cobbler Mystery

Actress Alison Sweeney

“Alison Sweeney is a successful actor, author, director, producer and TV host who has appeared in almost 4,000 hours of television programming in the U.S.() Sweeney’s guest starring roles on television have included ‘Friends,’ ‘Webster,’ ‘Simon and Simon’ and ‘St. Elsewhere.’ As an author, Sweeney has penned All the Days Of My Life: So Far, The Mommy Diet, The Star Attraction and Scared Scriptless.”

Actor Cameron Mathison

“No stranger to television movies, Mathison played a lead role in ABC Family’s ‘See Jane Date,’ Lifetime’s ‘The Wife He Met Online’ and ‘Any Mother’s Son’ and GMC’s ‘Carpenter’s Miracle.’ Most recently Mathison starred in two Hallmark Channel Original Holiday Movies, ‘The Christmas Ornament’ with Kellie Martin and ‘Window Wonderland’ opposite Naomi Judd and Chyler Leigh.”

Actress Barbara Niven

“Barbara Niven is one of Hollywood’s busiest actresses and served on the National Board of Directors for the Screen Actors Guild. She has appeared in over 100 film and TV roles, plus more than 2500 TV & radio commercials. You’ve seen her on the networks Hallmark Channel and Lifetime, as well as in television shows ‘NCIS,’ ‘Cold Case,’ and ‘One Life to Live.’ “

Murder, She Baked: A Peach Cobbler Mystery is serving up all sorts of goodness in this Sunday night whodunit. The characters are well developed, the plot is interesting, and the acting is superb. So grab your fluffiest pillow and get ready to get cozy as you sit back and watch Murder, She Baked: A Peach Cobbler Mystery on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries tonight at 8/7 central. The Inquisitr brought you stories about two other movies that aired on the channel, such as A Plum Pudding Murder Mystery and A Chocolate Chip Cookie Mystery.

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