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Brooke D’Orsay (“Royal Pains”) and Sam Page (“The Bold Type”) star as high school sweethearts with an opportunity to revisit romance in “A Godwink Christmas: Second Chance, First Love” a new original premiering Sunday, November 22 (10 p.m. ET/PT), on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries as part of the network’s annual “Miracles of Christmas” programming event.
About The Movie:
Margie (D’Orsay) and Pat (Page)were high school sweethearts who parted when different paths in life separated them after graduation. Pat, now divorced, returns to his hometown of Boise for a fresh start anda new job opportunity after living the island life in Hawaii with his two young sons. As he’s running a quick errand after just arriving home, Margie spots Pat in his telltale red convertible, flags him down and the two catch up a bit. But this is just the first of a series of coincidences – or Godwinks – that continue to bring Margie and Pat together over the next several days. It’s clear there are still feelings between them but Margie is dating someone and Pat is focused on finding a new job. As Margie and Pat spend more time together, old feelings resurface. Margie begins to reconsider what she wants in a relationship and realizes the one she is in isn’t right for her. As they seem to be getting closer to picking back up where they left off as high school seniors, a job opportunity that would take Pat out of state arises and it looks like their timing is off once again. But there may be one more Godwink in store that will help them find their happily ever after – together
“A Godwink Christmas: Second Chance, First Love” is from Two 4 the Money Media, Inc. Executive producers are Kim Arnott, Robyn Snyder, Ivan Hayden, SQuire Rushnell, Louise DuArt, Kathie Lee Gifford, Juliet Smith, Michel Shepard, Tom Mazza and Dan Angel. Arnott serves as producer. Supervising producers are Dawn Knight and Christian Bruyere. Heather Hawthorn Doyle directed from a script by John Tinker and Jamie Pachino, based on the Godwinks book series by Rushnell and DuArt.