Monday, February 26, 2018
A STATELY NEW ENGLAND MANSION FROM THE GILDED AGE STANDS BETWEEN FORMER SWEETHEARTS WHO JOINTLY INHERIT THE ESTATE IN ‘LOVE, ONCE AND ALWAYS’ A NEW, ORIGINAL MOVIE PREMIERING MARCH 10, ON HALLMARK CHANNEL
STUDIO CITY, CA – February, 26, 2018 – Amanda Schull
(“12 Monkeys”) and Peter Porte (“The Young and the Restless”) star in “Love, Once and Always” a new, original movie premiering Saturday March 10, (9 p.m. ET/PT) on Hallmark Channel. Lucy (Schull) is in line for a promotion as Director of London’s prestigious Museum of World History when she learns that her beloved great aunt has died back in Rhode Island. When she returns to her great aunt’s stately and beautiful estate, Wycliff House, Lucy learns to her astonishment that her great aunt left half the estate to her, and half to Duncan (Porte), whose parents were the estate’s caretakers for decades. Between their vastly conflicting plans for the inherited estate from America’s Gilded Age, a budding romance that abruptly ended ten years prior when Lucy moved to London, and the issues that once again bubble to the surface between history-loving dreamer Lucy and oh-so-practical Duncan, the future of Wycliff House seems as uncertain as their relationship. “Love, Once and Always” is a Mansion Productions, Inc. production. Kim Arnott and Ivan Hayden serve as executive producers. John Prince is producer. Allan Harmon directed from a story by Susan Batten and Sydney Sidner.