Sometimes an article is off-the-charts popular, but you missed reading it. Whatever the reason (busy with clients? listening to podcasts? focusing your reading on the current political drama?), we've got you covered. In our "Best of 2019" series we resurface the top member and topic-specific content so you can see what you might have missed. In this installment, we look back on the top stories from and about Crown Media gem Hallmark Channel.
Cameron Mathison on Confronting Cancer and Being Mindful of Miracles
August 7, 2019 is a date Cameron Mathison will never forget. Having dealt with five years of stomach issues and countless tests, that was the day that he finally took matters concerning his health into his own hands, with shocking results. Never for a moment did he expect the word "cancer" to enter his life, but that day it did. In this revealing exclusive interview with Steve Gidlow of MediaVillage, Mathison takes us through his journey, explains how it has changed him, and shares how grateful he is for the outpouring of support from Hallmarkies that comforted him in his time of need. Read the full interview.
Hallmark Channel's "When Calls the Heart" Continues Its Historic Growth
Thanks to its loyal fan base of Hallmarkies and Hearties, the February 24 season six opener of Hallmark Channel's When Calls the Heart saw the series rank as the No. 2 original scripted series of that week on cable (behind only AMC's The Walking Dead). Read why, even after five seasons, When Calls continues to be a dominant performer for Hallmark.
Linda Dano on Her Return to TV in Hallmark's "Chronicle Mysteries"
When it comes to drama, mystery and romance, legendary daytime diva Linda Dano knows a thing or two, having starred on Another World, General Hospital, One Life to Live and All My Chidlren. She made her Hallmark debut in Vines That Bind, the latest installment of Hallmark Movies & Mysteries' new movie franchise Chronicle Mysteries. In this interview, Dano goes in-depth talking about the project.
Dan Jeannotte of "Paris, Wine & Romance" on Hallmark Movie Stardom
After recurring for four seasons as Brandon Russell in the Hallmark Channel's spirited series Good Witch, Dan Jeannotte was ready for the next step: Hallmark movie fandom. Accordingly, he made his Hallmark movie debut in the premiere of Paris, Wine & Romance (opposite Hallmark favorite Jen Lilley). "Should I be scared?" laughed the actor when MediaVillage noted that he was on the cusp of Hallmark movie stardom. Find out in this interview.
Robby Benson Returns to Acting in Hallmark's "A Feeling of Home"
For a period in the 1970s it was impossible to open the pages of teen magazines without the image of actor Robby Benson looking back at you. Movies like Ice Castles and Ode to Billy Joe only cemented his all-American heartthrob status. After serving as a noted director and voice artist, Benson moved back in front of the camera, making his Hallmark Channel debut in A Feeling of Home. Read about Benson's journey back to the screen.
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