‘Unthinkably Good Things' on Hallmark: Cast, date, plot, and latest buzz around comedy movie

Read more to find out what Hallmark's 'Unthinkably Good Things' is bringing to you this August 28

‘Unthinkably Good Things' on Hallmark: Cast, date, plot, and latest buzz around comedy movie
'Unthinkably Good Things' official cover picture by Hallmark
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This year Hallmark has served us with a buffet which has amazing movies and binge-worthy series. 'Unthinkably Good Things' under the Mahogany banner is one of them which is premiering on August 28. Crown Media Family Network is embracing diversity with a new content outlook through the lens of the Black experience on Hallmark Movies and Mysteries and we are all here for it. Tony Judkins, SVP programming developement at Crown Media, is to overlook the initiative in close collaboration with the forerunner brand’s team at parent-company Hallmark.

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As per DailyLocal, Crown Media president & CEO Wonya Lucas stated in a statement, "We are so proud to announce Mahogany, a programming brand extension that allows us to unite our audience around Hallmark’s universal values, while leaning into the distinct voice of the beloved card line, this launch marks a pivotal moment in our evolution as we continue to bring the Hallmark brand to life in new ways."

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Crown Media Family Networks announced today that it will launch Mahogany, the first of several new content initiatives and brand extensions tapping into the rich 100+ year legacy of the Hallmark brand.
by 2021 Crown Media United States LLC
Crown Media Family Networks announced today that it will launch Mahogany, the first of several new content initiatives and brand extensions tapping into the rich 100+ year legacy of the Hallmark brand by 2021 Crown Media United States LLC

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Who is starring in 'Unthikably Good Things'?

'Unthinkably Good Things' cast is star studded. Karen Pittman is one of the main cast who was last seen playing the role of Dr Nya Wallace in 'And Just Like That...', a spinoff from the 90s show 'Sex And The City'. It is also her Hallmark debut. Along with Pittman, who will be seen as Alison, we will also see Joyful Drake as Melina, Erica Ash as Reesa. Lance Gross and Jermaine Love's characters are yet to be announced. 

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Unthinkably Good Things by Hallmark
'Unthinkably Good Things' cast by Hallmark

When is 'Unthikably Good Things' releasing?

'Unthinkably Good Things' is releasing on Sunday, August 28 at 9/8c.

What is the plot of 'Unthinkably Good Things'?

As per the official synopsis, "At a crossroads in her career and love life, Allison (Pittman) is in need of the love and support of her two friends Melina (Drake) and Reesa (Ash). When they visit her in Tuscany, the reunion causes each woman to reexamine the state of her own life and relationships. While they have different personalities and perspectives, they know each other’s truths and help to make life-changing decisions. Between the good wine, delicious food, a healthy serving of romance, set against the beautiful backdrop of Tuscany the three women relish in the importance of friendship and inspire each other to make this next season the best one yet and to take the leap to pursue the life and loves they have always wanted."

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Production picture of 'Unthikably Good Things' by Hallmark
Production picture of 'Unthinkably Good Things' by Hallmark

Creators

'Unthinkably Good Things' is written by Cas Sigers-Beedles and directed by Terri J Vaughn. Cristina Giubbetti, Monique Nash, and Korin Williams are the executive producers while Jennifer Ricci is the line producer and David M Wulf is the producer. 

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Latest buzz around 'Unthinkably Good Things'

In a recent interview on the 'Tamron Hall Show', Pittman drew comparisons between her characters in 'Unthinkably Good Things', 'The Morning Show' and 'And Just Like That…'

"What I’ve had the chance to do in my career, and I feel so lucky, is to inhabit these women, these African-American women, who are highly ambitious, who are articulating themselves out in the world, that are still trying to put together what it looks like to have it all,” she said. “That’s my character on 'And Just Like That…', that’s Allison Cooper in 'Unthinkably Good Things', and Mia on 'The Morning Show'. It’s been a great, great journey for me.”

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