‘Flower Shop Mystery: Dearly Depotted’: Hallmark Movie—Dead Body Found At Wedding, Means More Sleuthing For Brooke Shields, Brennan Elliott

Flower Shop Mystery: Dearly Depotted premieres on Hallmark Movies And Mysteries this weekend, according to the Lansing State Journal. The latest installment in the Flower Shop Mystery series is directed by Bradley Walsh and written by Neal H. Dobrofsky and Tippi Dobrofsky. The movie is focused around an ex-lawyer turned flower shop owner whose latest task is to provide flowers for an upcoming wedding and to solve the case of a dead man who turns up at the wedding.

Flower Shop Mystery: Dearly Depotted–Cast

Flower Shop Mystery: Dearly Depotted stars Brooke Shields as Abby Knight, Brennan Elliott as Marco Salvare, Kate Drummond as Nikki Bender, Chad Connell as Claymore, Celeste Desjardins as Sydney Knight, Kimberly-Sue Murray as Melanie Turner,Dani Kind as Jillian Knight, Doug Murray as Richard Bender, Dru Viergever as Sergeant Dunn, Marie Ward as Bethany, Sonja Smits as Glory, Mark Gibson as Jack Sutcliff, Richard Fitzpatrick as Josiah, and Jim Calarco as Reverend.

Hallmark’s Flower Shop Mystery: Dearly Depotted Movie Synopsis

Former big-city attorney Abby Knight is back, and this time, she’s fighting crime in a special way. It happens at the wedding of her overly dramatic cousin, where they find the dead body of a man who crashed the wedding. The thing is no one knows who the strange man is. After doing a bit of digging, the victim is identified as a grifter named Jack Sutcliff. By now, Abby is curious to find out more about his background and why he showed up to her cousin’s wedding.

Tending to her charming flower shop and making wedding arrangements isn’t the only thing Abby is up to. Now, she needs the time to thoroughly investigate this murder on her own terms. But, she’ll need the help of Marco, the handsome bar owner and former PI down the street who is always willing to help Abby solve her murder mysteries. Since the death of her husband, Abby has come to rely on Marco since he makes her feel protected and safe. In between sleuthing and stakeouts, Marco still tries to convince Abby to go out with him, while Abby continues trying to keep Marco and his romantic feelings for her at bay. Will this latest murder mystery bring Marco and Abby even closer to a romantic relationship?

Hallmark fans will simply love this current Hallmark Movies And Mysteries movie, which blends both comedy and mystery all in one. On the set of Flower Shop Mystery: Dearly Depotted, Brennan Elliott says he loves working with the legendary Brook Shields, not only because she is beautiful, but because she brings a freshness to her role as Abby. She’s also incredibly easy to work with.

Based On Kate Collins’ Book

The movie is based on the book Dearly Depotted by national best-selling author Kate Collins, who uses the love that she has for flowers and mystery to fuel her inspiration for these crafty novels and movies, according to her bio.

Flower Shop Mystery: Dearly Depotted is produced by HP Flowershop Mysteries Productions Ontario Inc. and Hideaway Pictures and is executive produced by Jimmy Townsend, Brad Krevoy, Eric Jarboe, Brooke Shields, Amanda Phillips Atkins, Bradley Walsh, Susie Krevoy, and Brian Campbell. Music for this weekend movie was provided by Sean Nimmons-Paterson. Filming took place in Canada.

About Hallmark Movies And Mysteries

“Along with sister network Hallmark Channel, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries is the second 24-hour linear channel under the Crown Media Family Networks umbrella. Distributed in both (HD) and standard definition (SD) in 66 million homes across the United States and one of the fastest growing networks in cable, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries is a leading destination for quality family friendly entertainment. Launched in 2008 as Hallmark Movie Channel, the network underwent a brand evolution in fall of 2014 when it transitioned to become Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. True to its name, the channel brings the lighter side of the suspense and mystery genres into focus with rich, dramatic, and thought-provoking storytelling. The network’s programming lineup features a unique mix of original movies, presentations from the acclaimed Hallmark Hall of Fame library, and such time-honored acquired series as Murder She Wrote, Matlock, Hart to Hart, and Diagnosis Murder.”

Set your clocks for this Sunday, June 26 at 9/8 p.m. Central on Hallmark Movies And Mysteries (HMC). As for Hallmark’s Flower Shop Mystery movies, here are two other titles you might enjoy.

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