With Valentine’s Day not far off, and love soon to be in the air, Hallmark has announced a brand-new romantic movie is shortly set to debut. The film – which will air in February – stars Eloise Mumford, Dan Jeannotte, and Brenda Strong, and goes by the deliciously tempting name of Sweeter Than Chocolate.
Sweeter Than Chocolate is based on the book of the same name by Lizzie Shane and features a plot which revolves around Valentine’s Day. The official blurb for the new movie (via Hallmark) reads as follows: “A local chocolatier is rumoured to have the secret recipe to finding true love on February 14th, drawing in a TV reporter to investigate.”
Eloise Mumford takes on the role of Lucy in Sweeter Than Chocolate. Mumford is perhaps best known for parts in TV shows such as Lone Star, Chicago Fire, and the Disney+ series, The Right Stuff, as well as a recurring role in the 50 Shades of Grey movies.
Playing the part of Dean in the new movie is Dan Jeannotte. The award-winning actor’s TV credits include roles in Designated Survivor, Fargo, Beauty and the Beast, and Reign, but Hallmark fans will recognise Jeannotte best for playing the part of Brandon Russell in The Good Witch.
And taking on the role of Helen for Sweeter Than Chocolate is two-time Emmy nominee, Brenda Strong. Strong has a wealth of acting roles under her belt, including parts in Scandal, CSI, and Seinfeld, but for many viewers she will forever be known as Mary-Alice Young on the hugely successful drama-comedy, Desperate Housewives.
Sweeter Than Chocolate will air as part of Hallmark’s ‘Loveuary’ programming block which features a collection of new movies including: A Paris Proposal, Welcome to Valentine, and Made for Each Other. Should you want to check out this new Hallmark romantic movie for yourself, Sweeter Than Chocolate will air on Hallmark in the US on Saturday February 4th 2023 at 8/7c.
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