Hallmark Photo: Karen Holness, Torrey DeVitto, Dylan Bruce Credit: ©2021 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Allister Foster

Hallmark’s ‘The Christmas Promise’ Uncovers Happiness, One Day At A Time

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Hallmark Movies & Mysteries The Christmas Promise is about rebuilding shattered dreams. This movie stars Torrey DeVitto (Chicago Med, Write Before Christmas), Dylan Bruce (Orphan Black, As The World Turns), and Patrick Duffy (Dallas, Doomsday Mom).

Miracles of Christmas movies always touch on emotional topics, with satisfying resolutions at the end. Ready to delve more into The Christmas Promise?

What Is Hallmark’s The Christmas Promise About?

According to the Hallmark synopsis, Nicole (DeVitto) has been dealing with grief after the loss of her fiancé, when she decides to sell the dream house they were building.

She hires Joe (Bruce), a carpenter, to finish the renovations on the house so it can be ready for sale. Joe also begins to show Nicole how to rebuild her life.

Meanwhile, Nicole is exchanging text messages with someone who has her late fiancé’s number and has also suffered a loss. As Joe shows Nicole how to be whole again, the stranger who is texting Nicole teaches her how to take one day at a time and how to find happiness amid her heartbreak.

Will Nicole find the courage to heal her broken heart and find true love again? 

When Can You Watch Hallmark’s The Christmas Promise?

The Christmas Promise premieres on Saturday, October 30, at 10 p.m. Eastern, on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. Encore showings include Sunday, October 31, at 6 p.m., Wednesday, November 3, at 8 p.m., and Sunday, November 7, at 12:02 a.m., all times Eastern.

On premiere night, be sure to jump on Twitter and follow #TheChristmasPromise. You can tweet along with the stars, and fellow Christmas movie fans.

Hallmark, Photo: Patrick Duffy Credit: ©2021 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Allister Foster
Hallmark Photo: Patrick Duffy Credit: ©2021 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Allister Foster

Dallas Alum Patrick Duffy Stars In The Christmas Promise

Patrick Duffy is starring in this upcoming Miracles of Christmas movie about rebuilding your life after the tragic loss of a love. Sometimes life can be a bit like a Hallmark movie.

In 2017, the Dallas alum lost his beloved wife, ballet dancer Carlyn Rosser, to cancer. Duffy told People, “My wife and I, in 48 years we were always together.”

For the next few years, Duffy enjoyed being a father to his two grown sons, and grandpa to his four grandchildren. He was now “accustomed to life as a widower.”

Then Covid hit.

For most people, especially Duffy, who was now in his early 70s, this meant solitary isolation. However, Duffy was part of a group text that included Happy Days actress Linda Purl. The two were friends but were out of touch for a while. But, now that they were in touch, they kept the conversation going, while the other friends stopped messaging.

There was a spark and Duffy was going to find out if it was real. He explained, “I loaded up my car and drove 20 hours and ended up on her doorstep just to see if it was real.” Moreover, he shared, “We haven’t been apart since.”

Be sure to catch Patrick, Torrey, and Dylan in A Christmas Promise. This premieres on Saturday, October 30, at 10 p.m., Eastern, on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.

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1 Comment

  1. Not realistic!!!!! Grief is overwhelming and this movie makes light of it. Twisting to make someone quit grieving and move on with someone else. Too soon for someone that lost their other half. Grief is never ending just changes.

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