MORNING SHOW MYSTERY: MORTAL MISHAPS
Premiering this Sunday, Jan 21st at 9pm/8c!
Billie Blessings has gone from beloved chef, restaurant owner, and morning show segment host to #1 suspect in a murder case when one of the executives at the network dies from poisoning. When the head chef at Billie’s restaurant is arrested and held as a suspect, Billie takes matters into her own hands by digging deeper into a mystery that could incriminate people close to her while risking her own life in the process.
See trailer here.
HOLLY ROBINSON PEETE
Actress, author, talk show host, activist and philanthropist Holly Robinson Peete has been touched by the entertainment industry most of her life. Her career as an actress dates back more than three decades and has led her to become a voice for her father, her son and her community.
Born in Philadelphia and raised in Los Angeles from the age of nine, Robinson Peete was voted “most talented” in high school alongside fellow classmate and future actor Rob Lowe. She did her undergraduate studies at the prestigious Sarah Lawrence College where she majored in Psychology and French. She spent her junior year studying abroad at Sorbonne University in France and became fluent in the language. Robinson Peete and husband of 20+ years, Rodney Peete, are the proud parents of four children ages 11-19. They currently reside in Los Angeles.
Read more about Holly here.
Franchise owner. He played in the NBA for the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers and played college basketball at the University of North Carolina, where his highlights included leading the Tar Heels to the Final Four in the 1991 NCAA Tournament.
In 1994, Fox appeared in the basketball film Blue Chips and in 1996, he played the role of Terry Hastings in the Whoopi Goldberg comedy Eddie. Fox would go on to play ladies’ man Chick Deagan in the 1998 film He Got Game, directed by Spike Lee but it was in 1997, that he received the biggest role of his early acting career, playing prison inmate Jackson Vahue on the HBO prison drama “Oz,” appearing from 1997 to 2003. In 2008, he starred opposite Angela Bassett in the Tyler Perry film Meet the Browns and played Councilman Blackmon in the 2015 indie hit Dope, written and directed by Rick Famuyiwa and produced by Forest Whitaker and Pharrell Williams.
I am going to be live tweeting before, during, and after the movie!
Join me and you could win a $25 Visa Gift Card!
Wisconsin is in the Central Time Zone so the movie will start here at 8 p.m.
I will be tweeting from 7:30 p.m. – 10 P.M. CST
I will select a winner at 10 p.m. CST
I am really excited about this event and hope you will join me.
Tell your friends! – Watch the movie together!
You can check out all the upcoming Hallmark Movies & Mysteries here.
So mark your calendars, set your DVR’s, pop some popcorn, fix a drink, and meet me Sunday night! @dollycas