Murder She Baked: A Deadly Recipe is the latest installment on the Murder She Baked franchise. Look for it this Sunday on Hallmark Movies And Mysteries. Most likely based on the book, Fudge Cupcake Murder, by Joanne Fluke, Murder She Baked: A Deadly Recipe is directed by Kristoffer Tabori and written by Teena Booth and Kraig Wenman. It stars Alison Sweeney as Hannah, Barbara Niven as Delores, Cameron Mathison as Mike, Gabriel Hogan as Norman, Toby Levins as Bill, Lisa Durupt as Andrea, Aaron Pearl as Gary Koeler, Hugo Steele as Reggie, Nick Marinos as John Morse, and Lina Renna as Lucy Miller, according to Channel Guide Magazine.
Murder She Baked: A Deadly Recipe Movie Synopsis
Hannah Sweeney is still baking up the goods at her decadent pastry shop The Cookie Jar. But, that doesn’t mean she isn’t still coming across dead bodies and solving crimes. This time, Hannah Sweeney is investigating the murder of a tough no-nonsense sheriff who ends up dead on the street. The matter is complicated even further when it becomes known that Deputy Bill Todd, Hannah’s brother in-law, is the prime suspect and one of Hannah’s delicious fudge cupcakes was found in the dead sheriff’s hand. Deputy Todd has been running against Sheriff Grant for the upcoming election, and with the two running neck and neck in the race, one wonders if someone offed Sheriff Grant to make sure that Deputy Todd will become the new sheriff of Lake Eden, Minnesota. It’s a question that Hannah Sweeney intends to answer in between cooking up tasty treats and sleuthing for clues.
The task won’t be easy for Hannah, especially since she is spending all of her time putting the finishing touches on her soon-to-be released cook book. But, with the police looking at Deputy Bill Todd as a suspect in the murder, Hannah makes it her mission to uncover the town’s secrets and scandals and to prove Todd’s innocence before the police have a chance to build a solid case against him.
Cast Of Murder She Baked: A Deadly Recipe: Hallmark Movies And Mysteries (HMC)
Actress Alison Sweeney
“Sweeney is currently busy filming and producing TV movies for Hallmark Channel and Hallmark. No stranger to the camera, Sweeney began her acting at age 4 and at age 16, she joined the cast of DAYS OF OUR LIVES. In addition to her 21-plus-year career as Sami Brady, for which she earned an Emmy nomination for Best Lead Actress, Sweeney also hosted 13 seasons of NBC’s inspirational series THE BIGGEST LOSER, hosted numerous live television specials and made many guest starring appearances on popular television series.”
Actor Cameron Mathison
“Mathison has appeared on screen in both film and television and is no stranger to television movies. In the last year he starred in multiple Hallmark Channel Originals, including Murder, She Baked: A Peach Cobbler Mystery, Murder, She Baked: A Plum Pudding Murder Mystery, and Murder, She Baked: A Chocolate Chip Mystery. Additional television movie credits include Hallmark Channel’s Holidaze, The Christmas Ornament, Window Wonderland, My Gal Sunday, and Along Came a Nanny, as well as Lifetime’s The Wife He Met Online and Any Mother’s Son and ABC Family’s See Jane Date.
About The Author Joanne Fluke
With more than 20 books under her belt, Joanne Fluke is currently working on another recipe-inspired book to add to the Hannah Swensen Mystery series. The Minnesota-born New York Times bestselling author currently resides in California.
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The production credit for Murder She Baked: A Deadly Recipe goes to A Fudge Productions Inc., Brad Krevoy Television, and Stephanie Germain Productions. Executive producers include Stephanie Germain, Brad Krevoy, Alison Sweeney, Susie Belzberg, Jonathan Axelrod, and Nancey Silvers with Michael Shepard and Amanda Phillips as co-executive producers.
Like loyal viewers have come to expect, there will be plenty of cooking scenes that are sure to stimulate everyone’s appetite during the Sunday night mystery movie. Experience the movie magic for yourselves by tuning into Murder She Baked: A Deadly Recipe this Sunday, June 19, at 9/8 p.m. Central on Hallmark Movies And Mysteries (HMC).
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