Robbins Entertainment Announces “Matchmaker Mysteries” Hallmark Movies & Mysteries World Premiere.

Matchmaker Mysteries will air October 6th on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel.

Los Angeles, CA - Robbins Entertainment CEO Lance H. Robbins announced today the World Premiere of it’s new Signature Hallmark Movies & Mysteries series, Matchmaker Mysteries, starring Danica McKellar (Wonder Years, and Love and Sunshine), Victor Webster (Summer Villa and A Harvest Wedding) and Bruce Boxleitner (Babylon 5, Tron, Supergirl).

Matchmaker Mysteries: A Killer Engagement will air on October 6, 2019 at 9pm/8c on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel. Subsequent 2-hour movies in the series about a professional matchmaker and reality TV host who discovers her knack for crime solving will air March 15th 2020 and April 14th, 2020.

Robbins is the Executive Producer and co-creator of the series along with Patti Stanger (Millionaire Matchmaker).

“I am very excited to be part of the Hallmark family,” said Robbins, “and I am proud to have Matchmaker Mysteries join the lineup of prestigious, award-winning programming on television’s #1 highest rated non-sport cable network.” Hallmark Movies & Mysteries is one of the fastest growing networks in cable, bringing the lighter side of suspense and mystery genres into focus with rich, dramatic and thought provoking storytelling.

Danica McKellar, who stars as Matchmaker ‘Angie Dove’, is one of Hallmark’s brightest and most popular stars, with her recent romantic comedy, Love and Sunshine ranking as the highest rated and most watched program of the summer. The movie elevated Hallmark to the #1 spot across cable in household ratings during weekend Primetime, and #2 during Primetime for the entire week of August 3, 2019.

Robbins Entertainment is a full-service entertainment company, providing creative and production services for theatrical motion pictures, television movies, series, and digital media. Current projects in various stages of production include Killer Cheerleader, written by David Chester, The Pom Pom Murders written and directed by Doug Campbell, The Wrong Escort, written by Mark Sanderson, and The Perfect Stepmother written by Roslyn Muir.

Lance H. Robbins has produced more than 100 movies for television, motion pictures and television series, and was the former President of Saban Entertainment (Power Rangers, Sweet Valley High, Ninja Turtles) and Fox Television Studios Worldwide.

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