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The Bridge is an inspirational new TV movie that will debut on the Hallmark Channel this Sunday. The Bridge is an adaptation of Karen Kingsbury’s 2012 book by the same name. Kingsbury made the announcement that her book would be coming to the Hallmark a while back. The Bridge tells the story of two people who once had a loving friendship that came to an end after going their separate ways and the bookstore that might help them find each other once again. The 2015 movie is directed by Mike Rohl and written by Jamie Pachino. The cast for this Hallmark gem stars Katie Findlay as Molly, Wyatt Nash as Ryan, Ted McGinley as Charlie, and Faith Ford as Donna, according to the website of Liberty University, where Kingsbury is an adjunct professor.

The Bridge movie synopsis

Set around the Christmas holidays, The Bridge movie focuses on a local bookstore in Tennessee, where locals gather to have a cup of coffee and pick up a good book. We are introduced to Ryan and Molly, two former friends who frequented the bookstore, where they developed a loving friendship. After moving away, they both realize that they may have missed their chance to be together. Over the years, they never forget each other or the time they spent at the bookstore. Meanwhile, tragedy strikes after the bookstore is damaged in a flood, leaving the owners, Donna and Charlie, scrambling to find the money to build it back again. Will Ryan and Molly realize their true love for each other and find their way back to each other again? And will the town pull together to rebuild a store that has become a permanent part of their lives?

A few words about the tone of the movie. If it is anything like her book, expect it to be a bit of a tearjerker. Kingsbury’s characters are usually packed with deep emotions that make book readers feel the heartache and pain that the character is going through. Yet her inspirational style of storytelling usually ends with hope and happiness.

According to Karen Kingsbury, The Bridge is about second chances — the kind of story that people can identify with. Most people can think of a time in their lives that was tender and nostalgic, one that might remind them of a former relationship or a hangout where unforgettable memories were created.
Filmed in Oak Bay, British Columbia, Canada, this timeless Hallmark movie is sure to impress viewers for years to come. The Bridge movie is produced by Two 4 The Money Media and Building Bridges Productions, with Dan Angel, Kim Arnott, Trish Dolman, and David A. Rosemont as executive producers.

Do yourself a favor and grab a hot cup of cider while you enjoy Karen Kingsbury’s The Bridge on Saturday, December 12th.

How to Get Away with Murder is about to return with a vengeance. As EW previously revealed, viewers will learn the identity of Rebecca’s (Katie Findlay) killer in the season 2 opener for HTGAWM — but as the first trailer for the latest installment promises, that won’t even be “the craziest OMG moment of the premiere.”

Though the spot is short, it does have one major indicator of what’s to come in the form of Annalise (Viola Davis) shouting in someone’s face that they’re a monster. That’s saying a lot.

Season 2 of the Emmy-nominated series returns Thursday, Sept. 24 at 10 p.m. ET on ABC. And for all things Shondaland, we’ve got you covered — head here for exclusive photos, videos, and a ton of HTGAWM scoops.

[Spoiler Alert!] “How To Get Away With Murder” delivered another killer twist to end of its first season… Rebecca has been murdered!

Katie Findlay, who plays Rebecca, was “heartbroken” when she found out her character was being killed off. “Nobody ever wants to leave a show and it’s not necessarily about money or a job,” Katie explains. “You build a family.”

Part of that family is star Viola Davis, for whom Katie has “so much gratitude” for having had the chance to work with and learn from her. “You would think that she’s this really frightening, intimidating person, because she’s so regal and good at what she does”, Katie adds, “but Viola is a blast.”

Breaking up with her TV family has been tough, but the show’s creator, Pete Nowalk, made it a little easier on Katie by telling her about her impending death a week before the rest of the cast found out at the table read.

“I knew this was kind of a possibility for Rebecca from the start,” Katie explains. “[Pete] explained that they had turned the story 100 different ways and this is what he felt like needed to happen. It wasn’t a personal comment in any way and he was actually really bummed out about it.”

But, of course, since the show tells a lot of its story through flashbacks, we probably haven’t seen the last of Rebecca. “We do have to know what happened [to Rebecca],” Katie says. “We have to know who did it!”

The Canadian-born actress, who still lives in Vancouver, won’t be abandoning Canada full-time for Los Angeles any time soon. “My heart is definitely Canadian,” Katie jokes. “I spend a lot of time educating people in California about Canada, sometimes against their will.”

Source: etcanada.com

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