‘Murder, She Baked’: Cameron Mathison, Alison Sweeney Cook Up ‘Plum Pudding’ In Tonight’s Hallmark Murder Mystery Movie

Murder, She Baked: A Plum Pudding Mystery is the latest movie to come to the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel. Murder, She Baked: A Plum Pudding Mystery is the second mystery movie based on the novel series by Joanne Fluke to come to the channel. The first one, entitled Murder, She Baked: A Chocolate Chip Murder Mystery, debuted earlier this year, according to a previous article by Inquisitr. Tonight, you’ll want to watch the new movie, starring Alison Sweeney as Hannah Swensen, Cameron Mathison as Detective Mike Kingston, Gabriel Hogan as Norman Rhodes, Barbara Niven as Delores, Johannah Newmarch as Kimberly White, Lisa Durupt as Andrea Todd, and Toby Levins as Bill, according to TVRuckus.

Murder, She Baked: A Plum Pudding Mystery Synopsis

Mystery-solving cookie baker Hannah Swensen is back in this new movie set in Lake Eden, Minnesota. With Christmas just around the corner, Hannah Swensen’s boss tells her to get ready because they need to bake up enough tasty goods to keep the shelves stocked for their most dedicated customers. And there is a new flavor idea for this holiday season—plum pudding. But, you know Hannah, she loves baking and all, but she just has to find a good murder mystery to solve. She gets the chance to do that when a dead body turns up in the town. Detective Mike Kingston has just been called away from his family to investigate the crime scene. It seems that there has been a ton of home invasions in their local area, and he believes that this might be connected.

After arriving at the scene, who does he see? That’s right, none other than baking princess Hannah Swensen. Annoyed, he asks her what she is doing there. She explains that she had come to pick up her payroll check but became distracted by the dead body that was found. Det. Kingston lets her know once again that her meddling is not only dangerous for her and her family, but she is also interfering with the investigation. Meanwhile, Hannah Swensen’s sweet mother is determined to get her workaholic daughter married off, and is hoping to become a grandmother for the second time by her other daughter, Andrea. Needless to say, between cookie baking, baby making, and solving murder mysteries, this family has their hands full this Christmas. Don’t worry. Murder, She Baked: A Plum Pudding Murder Mystery comes with all of the needed visuals to make you feel Christmas cozy this weekend, such as the vibrant colors, shiny Christmas ornaments, and lots of dinners as everyone raises their wine glasses in celebration.

The actors in Murder, She Baked can all relate to the movie in some way or another. Barbara Nivens plays the role of Hannah’s mother, who is pining for another grandbaby. In real life, actress Barbara Nivens is expecting a grandchild of her own. Actor Cameron Mathison loves the scenery in the movie, and states that one of his favorite things to do with his family is to visit the idyllic Beavertown—a place in Colorado, where he spends his times nestled in the mountains, which is surrounded by a beautiful outdoor ice skating rink.

A little about Alison Sweeney, according to the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel.

“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.() In 2015, Sweeney became a dominant star for Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. She stars and co-executive produces the ‘Murder She Baked’ franchise of TV movies for Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, the first of which became the highest rated TV movie in the history of Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.”

Trailer for Murder, She Baked: A Plum Pudding Mystery

Do your best to make time to watch Murder, She Baked: A Plum Pudding Mystery tonight at 9/8 central on Hallmark Mysteries & Movies. Inquisitr discussed a couple of other movies that premiered this weekend. Check out: Merry Matrimony and The Christmas Ornament.

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