'Heart of the Matter': 5 things you need to know about the Hallmark drama
'Heart of the Matter' is an upcoming Hallmark film that will feature a young cardiologist who is passionate about the people she sees and takes passion in providing the finest care possible. However, the unintentional death of a young patient has left her disturbed and questioning her skills as a doctor. With a malpractice lawsuit approaching and the possibility of medical review board punishment, the doctor begins to rethink her loving relationship.
When does 'Heart of the Matter' release, and where can you watch it
'Heart of the Matter' Premieres Sunday, May 15, 9/8c on Hallmark.
What is 'Heart of the Matter' all about
Hallmark's official synopsis for the movie reads, "Andie Hodges (Teegarden) is an accomplished, young cardiologist who has great passion for the patients she treats and prides herself on giving them the best of care. But the accidental death of Henry (Massey), a young patient of Andie’s with an intellectual disability, leaves her shaken and doubting her ability as a doctor. As she grapples with this loss, a confrontation with Henry’s angry mother Gladys (O’Grady) adds to her despair and leads her to further question her professional future. With a malpractice lawsuit looming and potential sanctions from the medical review board, Andie begins to rethink her loving relationship with Patrick (Zachar), who has been understanding and supportive of her. But as Andie and Gladys learn to overcome their sorrow through forgiveness, they learn that acceptance leads to hope."
Who stars in 'Heart of the Matter'
Aimee Teegarden is a producer, model, and actor. In the NBC show 'Friday Night Lights' (2006–2011), she played Julie Taylor. Teegarden had a brief role as Emery Whitehill in The CW's science fiction romantic drama 'Star-Crossed' in 2014. Teegarden was born and brought up in the Los Angeles suburb of Downey, California.
Gail O’Grady, Andrew Zachar and Chandler Massey star in 'Heart of the Matter'
'Heart of the Matter' is from Crown Media Productions, LLC. Executive producer is James Wilberger. Producers include Alexandre Coscas, Ben C. Silverman, Michael R. Goldstein, and Simon Richardson. Karen Struck wrote the script, which was directed by Mark Jean.