“Wedding of a Lifetime,” a new Hallmark movie premiering tonight, Saturday, Sept. 17 at 8 p.m., stars Jonathan Bennett and Brooke D’Orsay. The new original film is part of the Hallmark Network’s annual “Fall Into Love” programming event.
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The story follows a photojournalist named Zoe who creates coffee table books of beautiful places she visits — her next assignment is to take photos of Yosemite, per Hallmark. While there, she hires a tour guide named Jack, who takes her on a whole new adventure in the area.
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About the movie
According to Hallmark’s official synopsis, “Bennett (mean girls) and D’Orsay play an engaged couple who have been together since high school sweethearts in a close-knit mountain town, but find themselves in a rut and out of love. As Darby and Jake prepare to break the news of their separation to their families, they inadvertently find themselves in a “romance contest” hosted by a popular national TV show after being nominated by the whole town. The grand prize is a televised, all-expenses-paid “wedding of a lifetime”! Although Darby and Jake are uncomfortable pretending they are still engaged, they decide to go on with the show. Neither of them want to disappoint their family and friends, and being on the show could potentially give their careers a boost. Will the masquerade end with Darby and Jake confessing and going their separate ways, or will the competition rekindle their romance?
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