By: Kat Harlton
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Jack Wagner (“When Calls the Heart,” “The Bold and the Beautiful”) and Josie Bissett (“The Secret Life of an American Teenager,” “Melrose Place”) reprise their roles as Mick and Olivia in “The Wedding March 4: Something Old, Something New” a new, original movie premiering Saturday, June 23 (9 p.m. ET/PT) on Hallmark Channel, as the romance continues during the network’s annual June Weddings programming event celebrating the joy and love of the season.
About The Movie:
The latest installment in the “Wedding March” franchise also stars Merritt Patterson (“The Royals”) and Andrew W. Walker (“My Secret Valentine”) as a couple about to be wed at Mick and Olivia’s inn whose quest to have a memorable wedding takes some twists and turns.
Laidback rocker Mick (Wagner) and all-business Olivia (Bissett), are back running their romantic inn, now one of Vermont’s most popular wedding resorts. With business booming the couple has kept so busy they’ve had to put their own relationship on hold. Ready for a romantic getaway, Olivia and Mick head off to Lake Champlain but cut the trip short when complications arise at the upcoming wedding of Amy (Patterson) and Rob (Walker), the inn’s latest wedding couple.
If that isn’t chaotic enough, Olivia’s daughter Grace (Emily Tennant, “Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency”) and her boyfriend Eric (Blair Penner, “The Man in the High Castle”) have just announced they’re getting married, but not until after Eric gets back from a tour with his band. It’s no wonder Olivia has strong feelings about that, especially when Mick left on tour years ago, bringing their relationship to an end. Luckily, the two have circled back to one another to help create special days for happy couples off to wedding marches of their own.
“Wedding March 4: Something Old, Something New” is an All Canadian Entertainment Production in Association with Brad Krevoy Television. Brad Krevoy, Jack Wagner, Susie Belzberg, Peter DeLuise, Eric Jarboe, Amanda Phillips Atkins and Amy Krell are executive producers. Kevin Leslie and Jamie Goehring are producers. Nathaniel Lyman and Vince Balzano serve as associate producers. Jonathan Shore, Michael Shepard and Doran S. Chandler are supervising producers. DeLuise directed from a script by Robin Bernheim Burger & Richard Manning and David Golden and Tracy Andreen.