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Hallmark’s ‘Loveuary’ Celebration Features 5 New Romances — Here’s Everything You Need to Know

The Hallmark Channel channels Jane Austen and her stories in these must-watch movies


Love is in the air this month with an array of films premiering a part of Loveuary — the Hallmark Channel’s celebration of romance and all things ooey-gooey!

Hallmark romance aficionados will have a chance to catch four brand new Jane Austen inspired films debut on the network throughout the month of February, as well as one non-Austen themed bonus film — featuring new faces and beloved Hallmark veterans!

Loveuary will consist of three movies debuting prior to Valentine’s Day and two premiering on February 19 and February 24 to extend the romance vibes just a bit longer.

Victoria Ekanoye, Deborah Ayorinde, Sense and Sensibility, 2024
Victoria Ekanoye, Deborah Ayorinde, Sense and Sensibility, 2024©2024 Hallmark Media/Photographer: Hristo Rusev

The celebration of love was kicked off on February 3 with the premiere of Paging Mr. Darcy starring none other than Hallmark royalty Will Kemp and the stunning Mallory Jansen.

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The series continues on Saturday, February 10 with Love & Jane starring Alison Sweeney and Benjamin Ayres, followed by An American in Austen starring Eliza Bennett and Nicholas Bishop on February 17.

The romance continues on February 19 by breaking away from the literary theme with A Taste of Love starring Erin Cahill, Jesse Kove, Martin Kove and Susan Gallagher and returns back to its roots on February 24 with Sense and Sensibility starring Deborah Ayorinde, Bethany Antonia and Dan Jeannotte.

Here, take a closer look at the newest Loveuary Hallmark films — you won’t want to miss them!

‘Loveuary’ Hallmark premieres

Paging Mr. Darcy — Premiered February 3

Will Kemp, Mallory Jansen, Paging Mr. Darcy, 2024
Will Kemp, Mallory Jansen, Paging Mr. Darcy, 2024©2023 Hallmark Media/Photographer: Albert Camicioli

Mallory Jansen stars as Eloise, a serious professor who is invited as the keynote speaker at a Jane Austen conference. However, her views — which focus more on the role of money as opposed to love in Austen’s novels — differ a bit from those in attendance.

When she meets Sam (Will Kemp), the conference’s official Mr. Darcy, she’s initially disgusted, assuming his role of Darcy is purely for the sake of meeting women. However, as the two get to know each other, they come to see that maybe they have more in common than they thought.

I think it’s a beautiful story of two people coming from different places in their lives, different perspectives, and actually finding that they can learn a great deal from one another in a very short amount of time,” Kemp told Wide Open Country.

If you missed the premier, don’t worry, you can watch it on February 8th at 8/7C, or on February 17th at 10/9C.

Love & Jane — Premiering February 10, 8/7c

Kendra Anderson, Alison Sweeney, Love and Jane, 2024
Kendra Anderson, Alison Sweeney, Love and Jane, 2024©2024 Hallmark Media/Photographer: David Astorga

Alison Sweeney stars as an ad executive named Lilly who also happens to be a Jane Austen fanatic. Her life takes a wild turn when Jane Austen herself shows up in her living room and begins sharing with her the kind of advice about life and love only Jane Austen could. All the while, Lilly’s favorite bookstore has just been purchased by a tech billionaire (Benjamin Ayres) and she’s seeking inspiration for an ad campaign for the store.

It was just so much fun to get to really relish everything Jane Austen and try and really step out of the characters that I’m used to playing and doing something a little different,” Alison Sweeney told Remind Magazine. “I’ve read all her books my whole life.”

An American in Austen — Premiering February 17, 8/7c

Eliza Bennett, Catherine Hannay, Nell Barlow, An American in Austen, 2024 loveuary hallmark
Eliza Bennett, Catherine Hannay, Nell Barlow, An American in Austen, 2024©2024 Hallmark Media/Photographer: Hristo Rusev

Eliza Bennett stars as Harriett, a librarian who feels as though her real-life love story doesn’t compare to that led by Mr. Darcy in Pride & Prejudice.

When her boyfriend proposes to her, she flees. Waking up on the car ride home, she awakes only to find herself in the regency-era setting of the beloved novel. Her ability to predict what will happen next surprises the characters, so much so that she catches the eye of Mr. Darcy (Nicholas Bishop) himself.

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A Taste of Love — Premiering February 19, 8/7c

Erin Cahill, A Taste of Love, 2024 loveuary hallmark
Erin Cahill, A Taste of Love, 2024©2024 Hallmark Media/Photographer: Courtesy Digital Caviar

TV chef Taylor (Erin Cahill) feels stuck in a professional rut, as her cooking show that she currently hosts is leaving her uninspired. When she presents a new show to her network that ultimately gets rejected, she returns home to her parents (played by Martin Kove and Susan Gallagher).

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Upon returning home, she learns that her family’s restaurant is up for sale, and she’s simultaneously dealing with a run in with her ex. Entering a local cooking competition, Taylor just might find her lost passion and save her family restaurant in the process.

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Sense and Sensibility — Premiering February 24, 8/7c

Susan Lawson-Reynolds, Beth Angus, Deborah Ayorinde, Bethany Antonia, Sense and Sensibility, 2024 loveuary hallmark
Susan Lawson-Reynolds, Beth Angus, Deborah Ayorinde, Bethany Antonia, Sense and Sensibility, 2024©2024 Hallmark Media/Photographer: Steffan Hill

What better way to wrap up Loveuary on Hallmark than with an oldie but goodie? In this modern retelling of the Jane Austen classic, the women of the Dashwood family find themselves in unfamiliar territory as the death of their father leaves them to grapple with their new financial situation.

Moving to a modest cottage, the oldest of the family, Elinor (Deborah Ayorinde), finds herself falling for Edward (Dan Jeannotte). Meanwhile, her sister Marianne (Bethany Antonia) is also pursuing romantic prospects of her own, torn between two men.

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