'A Second Chance at Love': 5 things you need to know about Hallmark romance flick
Hallmark's upcoming romance movie titled 'A Second Chance at Love' is about second chances in love and follows the life of a woman named Alicia
When we talk of love, we automatically think of pain, anger, and second chances. Everyone has a perspective on second chances, some believe in them, while others do not. Why is it that if we fail at love for the first time, we are frightened to give love a second chance, or even a chance at ourselves? The forthcoming Hallmark film titled 'A Second Chance at Love' is about second chances in love.
When does release 'A Second Chance at Love' and where can you watch it?
'A Second Chance at Love' is an upcoming Hallmark channel romance movie that will premiere on March 26, 2022, Saturday, at 8 pm ET/PT.
What is 'A Second Chance at Love' all about?
According to Hallmark, "Alicia and Arnold's marriage is amiss. Rather than face the problem, Alicia immerses herself in her divorced parents' affairs by setting them up on a dating app. Starring Gloria Reuben, Alvina August, Jarod Joseph, and Eriq La Salle."
Who stars in 'A Second Chance at Love'?
Gloria Reuben is a Golden Globe and Emmy Award-nominated actress, singer, published author, and head of the Waterkeeper Alliance, a global environmental group. Reuben will next be seen in Showtime's anthology limited series 'The First Lady' in which she will play Valerie Jarrett, President Obama's top advisor, and Michelle Obama's close friend. She joins Viola Davis, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Gillian Anderson in a female-led all-star lineup.
In 2000, Reuben worked as a backup vocalist for Tina Turner, which led to the recording of her solo album 'Just for You'. 'Perchance to Dream', her debut jazz album was released in 2015 with the legendary MCG Jazz label.
The movie also stars Alvina August, Jarod Joseph, Eriq La Salle, Latonya Williams, BJ Harrison, Jill Morrison, Yasmeen Kelders, and numerous other actors.
Who are the showrunners?
The film is directed by Alfons Adetuyi, while the screenplay is written by Chad Quinn. Danny Webber, Kimberley Wakefield, Danial Nasser, Joseph Nasser, Jacob Nasser, and Jack Nasser are executive producers, while Tara Cowell-Plain is the producer.