Dec. 12, 2011
-- Hallmark's original movie, Holiday Engagement starring Emmy® Award-winner and two-time Golden Globe winning actress Shelley Long (“Cheers”), Bonnie Somerville (“The Ugly Truth”), Jordan Bridges (“Rizzoli & Isles”), Haylie Duff (“7th Heaven”) and Sam McMurray (“Raising Arizona”), directed by Jim Fall ("The Lizzie McGuire Movie") and produced by Tosca Musk ("Country Remedy") of the Johnson Production Group ("We Have Your Husband", "Dear Santa") captured the #1 movie of the week among households and the target demo of W25-54 and was the #2 program of the day on ad-supported cable – giving Hallmark Channel the highest rated Sunday in network history.*
In “Holiday Engagement,”
Hillary Burns (Somerville)
is always struggling in life and love while constantly feeling the pressure to marry from her demanding mother, Meredith (Long). This holiday season, she thinks she finally has it right but when Hillary’s fiancé suddenly breaks up with her, she scrambles to find a fake fiancé. After posting an ad online, she hires David (Bridges), an out-of-work actor to pose as her fiancé in front of her mom, her dad (McMurray) and her snobbish sister Trish (Duff). Her fake engagement starts to unravel when she realizes she’s in over her head and begins falling for David.
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