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Rumors are circulating about a possible Hallmark Christmas TV series

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As we wait for Hallmark to officially announce its full lineup of Christmas movies, rumors are circulating as to what could be part of the lineup. One such rumor is that Hallmark will not only be releasing Christmas movies this year, but also a Christmas TV series Also. That would be a big change for the network if the rumor turns out to be true.

According to Hollywood North Buzz, a new TV series Christmas is currently being filmed for Hallmark. It’s important to note that Hallmark itself has not yet confirmed this rumor. But Hollywood North Buzz is known to be a reliable source.

They reported, “Hallmark’s new Holidazed series follows six families living in the same cul-de-sac as they grapple with the joys and chaos of being home for the holidays.”

According to the report, David Weaver is directing and the series will shoot from September 19th to December 12th. (It’s not clear if that means this may or may not apply to the upcoming season.) Little Engine, Unity Picture Groups, and trademarks are listed as manufacturers.

The Twitter account @SleepyKittyPaw — known for sharing accurate news about romcom TV movies — too shared that a Christmas TV series is being filmed, but they weren’t sure if it was for Hallmark yet.

The account wrote: “This limited series HOLIDAZED, about a group of neighbors celebrating the season, is set to start filming next week in BC, now could be the hearing for Hallmark, and David Weaver is set to direct all or most of the episodes very interesting new Christmas direction for the network.”

The Twitter account had previously suspected that this limited series could be for a streaming service.

The series is filmed in Victoria, British Columbia.

The TV series is directed by David Weaver. According to IMDb, he directed the Brennan Elliott/Amanda Schull film entitled Marry Go Round, which just aired for Hallmark. He also directed Butlers in Love, Open by Christmas, Raise a Glass to Love, Wedding March 6, Playing Cupid, If I Only Had Christmas, It’s fang to look a lot like Christmas”, “Christmas Town”, “Filled with Love” and more.

If the name Holidazed sounds familiar, that might be because Jennie Garth, Cameron Mathison, and Kristin Booth starred in a 2012 Christmas movie called Holidaze. This was one of those alternate universe stories where a workaholic wakes up in an alternate universe.

Interestingly, this appears to have been an ABC family film rather than a Hallmark film.

If the rumors are true, “Holidazed” would be one of the first limited series Hallmark aired. Hallmark is currently working on two new series and is shooting the latest season of When Calls the Heart. The final season of Chesapeake Shores airs.

One of Hallmark’s new series, “Ride,” will premiere in 2023. According to a press release shared with Heavy, “Ride” is set in Colorado and follows the lives of three strong women in the Murray family who are part of a rodeo dynasty.

Hallmark is also working on The Way Home, a new series from the creators of the popular Canadian series Heartland. This new primetime TV series is a multi-generational family drama, except it has a time-travel twist, Deadline reported. The series focuses on three generations of women who are part of the Landry family, along with a mystery that broke up their family long ago.

CONTINUE READING: Hallmark unveils early countdown to Christmas lineup



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