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The story is sweet with a much different yet effectively good twist on the usual hallmark of this network’s genre. Have you seen this or any of Hallmark’s 2016 Valentine’s Day titles?
Devious Nanny, though is an improvement on both of those.) What Was It About? well, I think it was advertising but I could be wrong. Brian and Elise have a nice house and an adorable son. She loves kids and she’s even okay with cleaning up around the house! And she didn’t tell her new employers that she grew up in the foster system and that she has a history of mental instability. The end of the film also features a line of dialogue that is perhaps the coldest sentiment over to be offered up in a Lifetime film. At first, I was worried that the film would turn out to be just another Lifetime Nanny film but the script, by Adam Rockoff, was full of unexpected plot twists.
"Dater's Handbook" Saturday, January 30 (9pm ET/PT, 8C) Starring: Meghan Markle, Kristoffer Polaha, Jonathan Scarfe Realizing she has a recurring habit of picking the wrong type of guy, Cassandra Barber (Megan Markle) turns to relationship expert, Dr.
Susie, and her latest self-help book, "The Dater's Handbook" to help with her ailing love life. Susie's book to evaluate potential suitors, and then must ultimately choose between reliable George (Jonathan Scarfe) and fun-loving Robert (Kristoffer Polaha).
Katherine’s assistant Debbie (Ali Leibert) believes that her boss needs to put her profile on an Internet dating site… Jack (Paul Greene) is proud of his work as a nurse.
But according to his friend, his profession is anything but an attractive quality for women.
This is why she’s in a tepid relationship with a man (Antonio Cupo) whose idea of a proposal is that they move in together. She gives Katherine her identity as an executive assistant, and then they watch the requests to meet Katherine pour in.
Casting so many familiar faces made this story a fun one.
Paul Greene has starred in Hallmark films prior to this and not only have the familiar faces of Ali and Antonio been in films on this network, they also appeared together on the WWII drama Bomb Girls.
A chance encounter with the newly single Brenden leads to a date and Avery starts thinking maybe this year will be different.
What Avery doesn't know is that Brenden's ex-girlfriend broke up with him because of Avery's advice column, and he's been leaving angry comments on her blog ever since.