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Hallmark Channel Announces June 2024 Movie Lineup!

Planning to travel this summer? Hallmark has several destinations planned for you to "visit," from the comfort of home. You'll be taking in the sights of Malta, Paris, Greece, and Italy throughout the month of June on Hallmark Channel!

For Love & Honey

Saturday, June 1, 2024, at 8/7c

Starring: Andrew Walker and Margaret Clunie


Beekeeper Eva uncovers an ancient fresco while rescuing a hive. Austen, a visiting archeologist, thinks it is key to his research, so he persuades Eva to help him on his quest across Malta.

This movie sounds like it will "bee" amazing!

Savoring Paris

Saturday, June 8, 2024, at 8/7c

Starring: Bethany Joy Lenz and Stanley Weber


Disillusioned with her life, Ella embarks on a soul-searching journey to Paris where she navigates love, self-discovery and cheese amidst the enchanting backdrop of The City of Love.

A movie set in Paris? Yes, please!

A Greek Recipe for Romance

Saturday, June 15, 2024, at 8/7c

Starring: Danielle C. Ryan and Rafael Kariotakis


After a recent setback, Abby heads to Greece to visit her mom and decide what's next. While there, she meets Theo and they team up to open a restaurant. But will Abby be able to stay?

Two Scoops of Italy

Saturday, June 22, 2024, at 8/7c

Starring: Hunter King and Michele Rosiello


When an American chef travels to a quant village in Italy for inspiration, she falls in love with the flavors, culture, gelato, and the Italian gentleman who helps her discover it all.

Hallmark Mystery Announces One New Movie So Far for June

Tipline Mysteries: Dial 1 for Murder

Friday, June 7, 2024, at 9/8c

Starring: Holland Roden and Chris McNally

A cryptic call about a planned jewelry heist draws a Detroit Free Press tipline operator, Maddie Moore, into a dangerous homicide case alongside a newly promoted detective.

RomCom Review's Thoughts on New June 2024 Hallmark Movies

The June lineup for Hallmark Channel is filled with a LOT of unfamiliar faces. It's clear that Hallmark is testing new talent on the network by pairing unknown actors with ones we love to make the change more palatable.

I'm conflicted. How about you? On one hand, we know that younger talent must eventually replace our favorite stars when they "outgrow" certain roles. In other words, you can't have a 50-year-old star pretending to be 25. At the same time, many fans have been bombarding Hallmark with requests to see more of their old favorite stars. Let's hope Hallmark isn't shoving them quietly out the back door!

Destination movies, especially during the month of June, is a great theme for Summer. However, many of these plots sound very stale, aside from the one with Andrew Walker and the new mystery.

We must stay open-minded and give the newbies a fair chance, but I'm just not feeling warm fuzzies. Let's hope that changes.

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May 12

No warm fuzzies here either. I think Hallmark is really out of balance in a number of ways and their use of new vs. known actors/actresses is a major point of contention for me and many others. If I was a known Hallmark star these days, with the exception of a select few, I would be concerned...very concerned...and would have my representation out looking elsewhere for projects. I realize change is inevitable, but their rate of speed is making my head spin. Thanks for listening.

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