Oh, the joys of love. Everyone seems to gravitate toward romantic movies this time of year, and when it comes to heartwarming love stories, no one does it better than Hallmark. While the channel is best known for its annual "Countdown to Christmas" movie event, it makes perfect sense that Hallmark makes Valentine's Day movies, too. This year, Hallmark is bringing its signature charm (and beloved romance tropes) to our screens all February long with five original, made-for-TV movies as part of "Loveuary 2024."
For four of the films in the brand-new lineup, Hallmark takes inspiration from the classic romance novels of Jane Austen. Book lovers and romance fans alike will delight in this perfect pairing — it truly is a match made in heaven!
How to watch Hallmark's Loveuary movies:
While the first movie already premiered on February 3, you can still tune in to Hallmark every Saturday in February at 8 p.m. ET to catch the remaining three Austen-inspired titles. Plus, because love is truly in the air, Hallmark is giving viewers a bonus premiere on Monday, February 19 at 8 p.m. ET.
If you don't have access to cable TV, you can always stream them on sites that offer a streaming component. Sling, Philo, FuboTV and YouTube TV are all great options — just remember to sign up for the sites ahead of time.
Additionally, fans can tune into the Loveuary movie schedule on Peacock. For those who don't have an account, the streamer offers plans that start at $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year. Once you're ready, click on the Hallmark hub on the Peacock website or on the Peacock app.
Keep reading for the details on all five brand-new movies:
Paging Mr. Darcy
Premiered: Saturday, February 3 at 8 p.m. ET
Stars: Mallory Jensen and Will Kemp
Dr. Eloise Cavendish (Mallory Jensen) specializes in the works of Jane Austen, but she is not a romantic. Chosen as the keynote speaker for the Jane Austen League of America conference and ball, she has no interest in finding her own Mr. Darcy. But of course, this is a Hallmark movie, and she ends up teaming up with Sam (Will Kemp) who literally plays the part of Mr. Darcy at the event.
Love & Jane
Premieres: Saturday, February 10 at 8 p.m. ET
Stars: Alison Sweeney and Benjamin Ayres
Lilly (Alison Sweeney) is a hopeless romantic and lover of literature whose favorite author is Jane Austen. When her wish to ask Austen for relationship advice magically comes true and the author appears in the 21st century, Lilly gets the ultimate mentor on falling in love.
An American in Austen
Premieres: Saturday, February 17 at 8 p.m. ET
Stars: Eliza Bennett, Nicholas Bishop and Nell Barlow
While American librarian Harriet (Eliza Bennett) feels that no man in the world could compare to the fictional Mr. Darcy in Pride and Prejudice, she never expected to wind up in the middle of her favorite book! Her presence causes a disturbance in the story's plot, and Harriet must decide whether to go back to her world or stay and fall in love with the man she's longed for her whole life.
Sense and Sensibility
Premieres: Saturday, February 24 at 8 p.m. ET
Stars: Deborah Ayorinde, Bethany Antonia, Akil Largie and Dan Jeannotte
A period adaptation of the famous Jane Austen novel, the movie follows the Dashwood women as they move to Devonshire after the loss of their family's patriarch. This begins a long road to romance, with each daughter experiencing twists and turns as they go through love and heartbreak.
A Taste of Love
Premieres: Monday, February 19 at 8 p.m. ET
Stars: Erin Cahill, Jesse Kove and Martin Kove
Culinary TV star Taylor (Erin Cahill) finds herself stuck in a rut while working on a show that doesn't allow her to use all of her talents. Upon heading home for a reassessment on life, she runs into her ex, Jacob (Jesse Kove) and discovers her family's restaurant is up for sale. As she tries to stop her dad from giving up the family legacy and rekindles her relationship with Jacob, she must decide if her career is worth keeping — or if she'll go back to the things she loves most.
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