Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Impossible Dream will make its debut tonight on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel.
From the creator of Touched by an Angel‘s Martha Williamson, Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Impossible Dream stars Crystal Lowe as Rita, Kristin Booth as Shane McInerney, Eric Mabius as Oliver O’Toole, and Geoff Gustafson as Norman. The movie also stars Mark Valley and Christina Blanco, with a guest appearance by Gregory Harrison. As an added treat to heighten the anticipation, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries will be putting on a mini-marathon to whet the appetite of viewers before tonight’s premiere of Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Impossible Dream. The Signed, Sealed, Delivered franchise has become a fan favorite for Hallmark viewers. Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Impossible Dream is produced by Muse Entertainment Enterprises and Special Delivery TeleProductions, according to the Internet Movie Database (IMDb).
A highly-trained elite group of people called The Postables set off to decode a letter. They are not a part of the CIA, the FBI, nor the NSA. These established individuals work for the U.S. Postal Service, and are on a mission to decode the contents of a secret letter that was written by an American soldier and hero who is being held captive in Afghanistan. The Postables had planned to attend The National Miss Special Delivery Pageant in Washington, D.C., but are immediately intrigued by the letter. The postal operatives are especially concerned, since the American soldier is also a loving mother who is planning to make her escape. Will the government send in troops in time to save her?
Producers are buzzing about the great reviews from critics, who are calling Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Impossible Dream, “the best movie to date.” And judging by their Facebook page, viewers simply cannot wait to watch.
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Beginning in 2008 as The Hallmark Movie Channel, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries continues to tug at the heartstrings of America’s viewers by offering them the best in inspiring entertainment. The warm and cozy channel develops the kind of content that makes the viewer find a comfortable chair, grab a cup of hot chocolate, and nestle themselves in the deepest corner of the room to watch their favorite Hallmark movie.
Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Impossible Dream— About The Cast
Kristin Booth is a Canadian actress who studied acting and theatre in college. Beginning her career in 1997 and securing her first role in 1999’s Detroit Rock City, Booth has perfected her acting skills, leading her to win several Gemini Awards, recognizing her as the best actress and best supporting actress in a role. From there, Kristin Booth has appeared in several television series and movies, such as Defendor, This Beautiful City, Pirate’s Passage, and The Calling.
The handsome Eric Mabius is mostly known for his work in Ugly Betty and The L-Word. The Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, native was born to be an actor, and was once named “The Most Dramatic Boy.” Mabius took up studies in film at the prestigious Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York. He began his career in acting in the mid 1990s. Since then, he has appeared in several movies, such as Reading, Writing, and Romance, and How To Fall In Love. Mabius has also made appearances in the television series Chicago Fire and The Client List, according to Broadway World.
Be sure to tune in tonight to watch Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Impossible Dream tonight at 9 p.m./8 p.m. central. Below is the movie’s tease. Recently, the Inquisitr reported on two other Hallmark movies: Hello It’s Me and Love Under The Stars.
“The Postables work against the clock decoding a letter to rescue a soldier in Afghanistan and reunite her with her family, while Rita competes for the National Miss Special Delivery title in Washington, D.C. “
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