The linear TV channel Great American Family has released info on the five all-new rom coms movies premiering on the network every Saturday night beginning August 20th.
New Fall movie premieres for September 24th through October 22nd will be announced in the coming weeks.
Great American Family previously announced the network's "Great American Christmas" returns on October 28th with a new slate of original holiday movie premieres every Saturday and Sunday and Christmas movies all day and all night through the end of 2022.
Here is a rundown of the five new films, courtesy of Great American Family:
Identical Love, Saturday, August 20 (8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT):
After being left at the altar, Dr. Charlotte Hudson needs to escape life at home. So, she signs up to volunteer with a health clinic in a tropical country. But her plans of escaping are thrown off when she comes across her former fiancé’s identical twin brother, Seth (a dentist), who is also volunteering with the clinic. Starring Shae Robins (My One True Love, Romance in the Outfield) and Mason D. Davis (Cryo, Grandpa’s Crazy?).
Love In Bloom, Saturday, August 27 (8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT):
When her soon-to-be-married little sister and fiancé become marooned at a mountain retreat days before their wedding, Amelia and the best man are tasked with stepping in to save the wedding. Starring Susie Abromeit (Much Ado About Christmas, King Richard) and Julian Haig (Riverdale, Five
Prescription for Love, Saturday, September 3 (8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT):
In this Cinderella story, Claire is a nurse with a supervisor who is intent on making her life miserable. However, on a rare and fun night off, she gets trapped in an elevator with a charming man. The next day she is introduced to him again, but he does not recognize her. Starring Jillian Murray (Code Black, Christmas in the Pines) and Trevor Donovan (Jingle Bell Princess, 90210).
Just Add Love (WT), Saturday, September 10 (8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT):
April is a health- chef guru on the verge of notoriety, but her brand of cooking is failing. Despite her assurances that healthy is tasty, those who have tried her recipes disagree. Not willing to give up on her hard work and career, April vows to reinvent herself. She goes to Italy to learn how to
incorporate the country's notoriously rich culture of food in her own healthy recipes. There, she meets Rob, a brilliant chef with big dreams of his own. Starring Laura Mitchell (Love at Cedar Creek, Meeting Mr. Christmas) and Brad Johnson (A Crafty Christmas Romance, Switched for
This Little Love of Mine, Saturday, September 17 (8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT):
A workaholic lawyer returns to her island home to convince an old friend to take over his family's company, but rekindled feelings soon get in the way. Starring Saskia Hampele (The Heights, Neighbours) and Liam McIntyre (Flash, Star Wars: Resistance).
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