A harsh TV personality needs a break from her own life, so she hops into a car and drives to a small town mountain retreat. On her way there, a blizzard veers her off the road and she ... See full summary »
While setting up a charity garage sale, Jennifer Shannon discovers a body in the attic of a nearby home. Using her eye for detail, as well as her experience with antiques and murder, Jennifer puts together clues that help catch a killer.
I rarely write reviews but I just read a lot of very negative things about this show and I'm a bit confused why people would take precious time out of their day to dedicate such long and over-the-top critiques for a show that is simply just 'not your style'. But I guess Negative people always feel the need to make their opinions known, so, as a fan, I feel the need to express something positive:
I'm happy that Home&Family is continuing to run on the Hallmark channel and I wish them many years of success! I can't imagine not waking up to this show. My family and I became hooked this past Christmas. I love how it's actually something DIFFERENT than the norm. Comical, fun, and up-lifting.
I am a male in my mid 20s and I never thought I would like a show like this but here I am tuning in every morning. Maybe it's that I get tired of the "sameness"/typical formula that American television has displayed for years and Home & Family somewhat strays from those formulas. Or maybe it's just that H&F presents a warm and light-hearted, family oriented show that is great to wake up to. Cristina, Mark and their friends keep me laughing and entertained. This show truly gets me up and going every morning so I Thank Hallmark and the producers.
P.S. they just recently had Dame Edna as a guest, and it was hysterical.
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