‘A Time To Dance’: Karen Kingsbury’s Book Inspires Hallmark Movie, Starring Jennie Garth, Corbin Bernsen On HMC

A Time To Dance is a powerful drama that will premiere on the Hallmark Movies And Mysteries Channel (HMC). Hallmark Movies and Mysteries is the sister channel to the Hallmark Channel. A Time To Dance is directed by Mike Rohl and is based on New York Times’ bestselling author Karen Kingsbury’s book by the same name.

The romance book is part of Kingsbury’s “Timeless Love Series,” according to Amazon. The new flick stars, Jennie Garth as Abby Reynolds, Corbin Bernsen as Pops, Dan Payne as John Reynolds, Chanelle Peloso as Nicole Reynolds, Markian Tarasiuk as Young John, Jay Hindle as Sam Taylor, Devielle Johnson as Pastor Mike, James R. Swalm as Kade Reynolds, and Andy Nez as Coach Sol, according to the Internet Movie Database.

Hallmark Movies And Mysteries’ A Time To Dance Synopsis

After so many years together, Abby Reynolds knows there’s something different about John. Ultimately, she finds out that there is a younger woman who has his attention. John says that it’s nothing serious and that the woman is only a friend who has helped him through some very difficult times. However, when she walks in and finds John openly flirting with the woman, it becomes obvious that John is falling out of love with her and into the arms of another woman.

The longtime couple finally calls it quits, but their plan is interrupted after their daughter announces that she is getting married. Meanwhile, John’s grandfather, “Pops,” has had a stroke and encourages his family to spend time with the ones they love because time is crucial. Aware of their marital troubles, Pops tells John that he must love his wife “all the way to the end.” Will John accept his advice and try to rekindle what he had with Abby, or will he ultimately decide to spend time with a new and younger love?


The Cast of A Time To Dance, according to Hallmark Movies And Mysteries

Actress Jennie Garth

“Jennie Garth skyrocketed to stardom with her role as Kelly Taylor on Beverly Hills, 90210. The show became a ratings juggernaut, lasting 10 seasons, and remains one of the most successful and iconic television series ever produced. Jennie starred in and Executive Produced the ABC Family comedy series Mystery Girls in which she re-teamed with her 90210 alum, Tori Spelling. The show follows two former detective TV show starlets as they start an agency to solve real life crimes. Jennie and her husband, Dave Abrams, currently reside in Los Angeles along with Jennie’s daughters.”

Actor Corbin Bernsen

“Corbin Bernsen comes from an entertainment family. His mother, Jeanne Cooper, was on the long-running soap opera The Young and the Restless for 40 years. A graduate of UCLA where he earned his bachelor’s degree in theater and a Masterss degree in playwriting, he most recently starred as Henry Spencer on USA’s hit original series Psych. Bernsen first catapulted to stardom during the 1980s when he starred in the hit NBC TV series, L.A. Law. Bernsen lives in Los Angeles with his wife of 24 years, actress Amanda Pays, and their four sons.”


If A Time To Dance is anything like Karen Kingsbury’s book, it is sure to capture and hold the attention of viewers. Those who have read the book say it was hard to put down, the kind of book that you can read in one day. Hallmark Movies and Mysteries does a wonderful job of adapting books to television movies, even though sometimes the movie strays away from the book, a fact that often annoys die-hard book fans.

A Time To Dance is produced by Two 4 The Money Media with distribution by Hallmark Channel and MarVista Entertainment. Executive producers for the movie are listed as Dan Angel, Dawn Knight, Kim Arnott, Mike Rohl, and David A. Rosemont. See how it all turns out for the Reynolds Family by tuning into A Time To Dance this Sunday, May 15, at 9/8 p.m. central on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries (HMC).

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