yes! celebrates love with three new rom-coms premiering on cable networks in the coming weeks. Watch a preview of the movie in the video posted above.
February 19th (Sun) 9:00 pm first broadcast, Why can’t my life be a romcom? Starring Em Hein, Cecilia Deacon, Whan Lee, Markian Taraszuk, Allen Buchholz, and Rollei Faulkner.
The logline says: With caution to her wind, Eliza decides to take her best friend Sophia to the Hamptons and change her approach to romance. They intend to follow the dating rules from a 50-year-old self-help book. You find yourself at the center of the relationship. Torn between two very different but equally viable suitors, Eliza finds herself deep inside her 1980s John She’s Hughes heroine. increase. ”
Executive Produced by Ben C. Silverman, Alexandre Coscas, Michael R. Goldstein, Aidan Heatley, Jared Goetz and Christian Mercuri, directed by Rich Newey and produced by Rob Lotterstein in collaboration with Basset Hound Distribution in this timeless pictures production is credited as a screenwriter for
royal rendezvousstarring Isabella Gomez, Ruairi O’Connor, and Ronan Raftery, premieres on Sunday, February 26 at 9 PM ET.
The film’s logline reads, “An East LA chef is invited to his Irish mansion to cook for a royal banquet by a lord trying to convince his grandmother not to sell the house. A new romance threatens to derail the whole plan.”
Sarah Endsley is the screenwriter based on the story by Heather Provost and Scott Damian. Directed by Christine Luby, Megan Ellstrom, Larry Grimaldi, Angie Day, Hannah Pillemer and Fernando Szew are executive her producers for this MarVista Entertainment production.
Starring Chloe Bennett, Anthony Connectinny and Blair Penner married by mistakewill premiere on Sunday, March 5 at 9 PM ET.
“After finding out her dream job fell through, Riley spent a drunken night with her best friend Nate…the next morning she found out they were married in Las Vegas,” reads the logline. With job prospects bleak, Riley accepts Nate’s offer to return to his hometown of Tennessee to save the family business. Complicating their determination to make a name for themselves at the company, can Riley and Nate continue their ruse, or will romances both old and new get in the way?”
All Canadian Entertainment and Motion Pictures Corporation of America produce films directed by Mike Rolle and produced by Mick McKay. Meg Jackson is the writer, and Brad Krevoy, Amanda Phillips, Lorenzo Nardin, Ivan Hayden, Mike Rolle, and Doran S. Chandler are executive producers.