Throughout the month of June, relax and unwind with Hallmark Channel’s Summer Nights. Treat yourself or curl up with a loved one to the best of Hallmark Channel’s swoon-worthy movies every weekend with a new original movie airing every Saturday at 9 p.m. ET/PT beginning with You Had Me at Aloha on June 5, The Baker’s Son on June 12, Her Pen Pal on June 19, and Sand Dollar Cove on June 26.
Exclusive Hallmark Channel Summer Nights Movie Premieres
You Had Me At Aloha – Saturday, June 5th at 9ep
When the host of a popular travel show resigns, the network enlists Paige (Pascale Hutton), to step in for the next season set in Hawaii. Unbeknownst to her, they have also hired Ben (Kavan Smith), who likes to push everything to the extreme. As these two new co-hosts clash over their opposing ideas for production, they grapple with the fact that not only do they need each other to further their careers, but they also balance each other on and off the screen.
The Baker’s Son – Saturday, June 12th at 9ep
Matt’s (Brant Daugherty) passion transforms his bread from bland to brilliant. But when his bread loses its magic, the island locals panic and turn to Annie (Eloise Mumford) –- Matt’s childhood friend and true love –- for help.
Her Pen Pal – Saturday, June 19th at 9ep
Event planner Victoria (Mallory Jansen) can’t wait to attend –- and plan –- her best friend’s wedding in Paris. But when she finds out her ex is bringing a date, Victoria reconnects with her French childhood pen pal (Josh Sasse).
Sand Dollar Cove – Saturday, June 26th at 9ep
Real estate development project manager Elli (Aly Michalka) is sent by her company to the quaint, seaside Connecticut town of Sand Dollar Cove to acquire the beachfront property they’ve chosen as the site of their new resort. Brody (Chad Michael Murray), the charming local who holds the deed, wants to make sure the town’s beloved pier — where many memories have been made over the years — remains intact. Elli and Brody spend time together while she tries to figure out a way to make the deal work and the undeniable connection between them grows. Based on the book by Nancy Naigle.