How to Train Your Husband is telecast Saturday, May 16, 9 p.m. on Hallmark Channel. Charismatic actor Jonathan Chase returns to Hallmark Channel this weekend, starring opposite Julie Gonzalo (both pictured at top) in the premiere of How to Train Your Husband. For Chase, the chance to do something dramatic, after working on the Tyler Perry/Oprah Winfrey comedy Love Thy Neighbor for the past few years, was nice. "I was a little nervous about doing a drama and I had to trust our creators and the director," he revealed during an exclusive interview with MediaVillage. "I've done a bunch of stuff for Hallmark in the past, Always and Forever, Strawberry Summer, and was busy with Tyler Perry for a while, so it was a nice surprise to find Hallmark had scheduled [the movie] now. I thought the movie was cute and really sweet. I'm so grateful to be on Hallmark Channel as I love that it's wholesome, always positive, and always tries to uplift. I love that message, and for me, it goes in line with working with Tyler and Oprah for five years, people that are just trying to better others.
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