‘Garage Sale Mystery: Guilty Until Proven Innocent’: Lori Loughlin Finds Dead Body In Old Cellar In New Murder Flick On Hallmark Movies & Mystery Channel

Garage Sale Mystery: Guilty Until Proven Innocent is the newest murder mystery movie that will air tonight on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel. Garage Sale Mystery: Guilty Until Proven Innocent is based on the book Garage Sale Stalker by Suzie Weinert, which is number five in the Garage Sale Mystery series. This new flick is directed by Peter DeLuise and written by Walter Klenhard. Expect to see an amazing cast, featuring as Lori Loughlin as Jennifer Shannon, Sarah Strange as Danielle, Johannah Newmarch as Susan Lynwood, David Stuart as Cliff, Connor Stanhope as Logan, Matt Hamilton as Duane Lambeer, and Valerie McNicol as Elena Derosa, according to TV Tango.

Garage Sale Mystery: Guilty Until Proven Innocent movie synopsis

Garage Sale Mystery: Guilty Until Proven Innocent centers around Jennifer Shannon, a smart business owner with a knack for solving mysteries and finding precious items for her store. As owner of Rags To Riches, she is always looking for just one more magical item to add to her charming nook of rare finds. When Sandra, her old college buddy, lets her know that she is closing her antique store, and tells Jennifer that she should come to see what she can find, she is ecstatic to rummage through the goods.

After arriving, Jennifer expects to find a treasure trove of beautiful collectibles in the old cellar. From old bubble gum machines and antique statues to vintage bicycles and toy horses, Jennifer is stumped when she makes the most rare find of all: a dead body. Even worse, her friend, Sandra, has been arrested for the murder of the man who disappeared a while ago.

Now, Jennifer wants to know everything about the crime case, in order to prove her friend innocent, such as the cause of death and an idea of how long the body has been there. The whole town is watching as newspaper headlines continue to report on the mysterious “body in the barn.”

Garage Sale Mystery: Guilty Until Proven Innocent is a fun murder mystery that is sure to take Hallmark Movies & Mysteries viewers on a wild ride. If it’s anything like the book, it will be an entertaining and suspenseful mystery — the kind that makes you find the comfiest spot on the sofa to curl up on. It is produced by Bargain Street Productions V and Front Street Pictures, with Alan Ett, Jonathan Axelrod, Harvey Kahn, Michael Shepard, and Lori Loughlin acting as executive producers.

Take notice of some information about the cast of Garage Sale Mystery: Guilty Until Proven Innocent, according to Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.

Actress Lori Loughlin

“Best recognized for her role as Rebecca Donaldson on the long-running hit comedy series Full House, Lori Loughlin added another iconic series to her resume: The CW’s 90210. Other television roles have included an after-school special entitled No Means No, for which she received an Emmy® nomination for Best Actress. Loughlin also worked with Jim Carrey in the TV movie Doing Time on Maple Drive and starred in In the Line of Duty: Blaze of Glory. She has made repeat performances in a number of series, including “The Drew Carey Show” and Spin City, and guest-starred in such series as Seinfeld, Suddenly Susan, The Larry Sanders Show and Birds of Prey.”

Actress Sarah Strange

“Strange’s love for acting was evident at a young age and before she had even graduated high school Strange landed her first role as ‘Carol’ on the long running, critically acclaimed series Madison. Since then, Strange has built an impressive resume, including guest appearances included hit television shows such as Stargate SG-1, The L Word, Dark Angel, Twilight Zone, The Chris Isaak Show, X-Files, The Outerlimits, Sliders and Poltergeist.”

Be ready to watch on Sunday, January 3 at 9/8 p.m. central, according to North Jersey. For more enjoyable reading, take a look at other Inquisitr articles on two other Hallmark Movies & Mysteries movies: The Christmas Ornament and Murder, She Baked.

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