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Ruby Herring Mysteries: Her Last Breath (2019)

Ruby Herring and Detective Jake Killian investigate a suspicious fatal car accident; they solve the case, then Ruby finds new evidence that casts doubt on their first conclusion.

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Fred Gerber
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Taylor Cole ... Ruby Herring
Stephen Huszar ... Jake Killian
John Wesley Shipp ... John Herring
Christina Cox ... Amanda Kelly
Chelsea Hobbs ... Jenny Taylor
Ryan Rosery ... Tripp Bancroft
Karen Holness ... Angela P. Bircham
Matthew Kevin Anderson ... Frank Young
Andrew Francis ... Roger Davis
Mig Macario ... Derek Saylor
James Kot ... Dr. Tommy Madden
Chenier Hundal ... Todd Powers
Rachel Hayward ... Natalie Billings
Kehli O'Byrne ... Kate Billings
Maria Turner ... Sarah Henson
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Ruby Herring and Detective Jake Killian investigate a suspicious fatal car accident; they solve the case, then Ruby finds new evidence that casts doubt on their first conclusion.

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Crime | Mystery

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TV-G | See all certifications »
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John Wesley Shipp replaces Shawn Christian in the role of John Herring, Ruby's father. See more »

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Derek Saylor (Mig Macario) the hotel manager and friend of Ruby in Ruby Herring Mysteries: Silent Witness. He needed to wear glasses in that movie. In this movie he does not wear glasses and no mention of hotel job. See more »

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How Not to Make a Hallmark Mystery
16 October 2019 | by larrylbryantSee all my reviews

Let me be clear at the outset--my wife and I are huge fans of Hallmark mysteries and watch them all.

Until now.

The first Ruby Herring installment was the worst HM we'd ever seen, plagued by poor casting, pedestrian script, dull plot, actors sleeping their way through their lines. This one is not much better. We only made it through about 30 minutes before fast-forwarding to the end to see whodunit.

The first problem for us is having the lead character be a reporter/journalist, which right off the bat does not endear her to us. Having her lie, finagle and skirt the law to achieve her purposes makes it even worse. We're willing to wink at amateur Aurora Teagarden if she does such things, but not a professional journalist.

Then there are, very annoyingly, cause endorsements/mini-sermons within that first half hour. We watch Hallmark to escape the political stuff, not to have it shoved down our throats.

Further hamstringing the production is the weakest acting from a supporting cast we've ever seen in a Hallmark movie, most notably the 'Derek' character and the coroner.

Hmm was there anything we actually liked about it? Let's see. Yes, we do really like Stephen Huszar, who is an excellent actor and does his usual stellar work even in the midst of a train wreck.

We were hoping the first RH installment just got off on the wrong foot and this new one would be a vast improvement, but no--there's just too much wrong with it that hasn't been fixed and apparently isn't going to be. We will not be watching any more Ruby Herring mysteries.


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29 September 2019 (USA) See more »

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Расследования Руби Херринг: Последний вздох See more »

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