The POstables are on a mission to deliver a soldier's letter from Afghanistan to a teenager who's being relentlessly bullied, while Oliver's estranged father surprises him with news that shakes him to his core.
The DLO postals give testimony before a closed Congressional committee regarding an American soldier missing in action and presumed dead whose daughter they met previously. At the same time... See full summary »
When the beloved quartet of postal detectives- Oliver (Mabius), Shane (Booth), Rita (Lowe) and Norman (Gustafson)-discover an urgent letter written to God, they delay their own travel plans... See full summary »
A woman requests a letter to her ex be retrieved because it contains a valuable lottery ticket. Meanwhile Oliver and Shane struggle to navigate their new romance; and Norman and Rita encounter a rough patch in their relationship.
The Postables take a road trip in an old Winnebago in order to track down a small boy who they fear may have been kidnapped. The discovery of a 1980's era instant camera and the unusual ... See full summary »
The "Dead Letter Office" stamp on Oliver's letter to Holly is as washed out as the rest of the address, but the letter would have been stamped after it was recovered. That stamp should be fresh and clear. See more »
How long have you been here?
Hour and a half. Would have been less, but I had to stop to explain to a couple of police officers why I was installing a porch swing at 2 a.m.
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There is something about this particular combination of actors and writers that I find to be very universal. There is almost a Jane Austen quality to the story, and a deep authenticity in the dialogue and acting that is extremely rare. I have come to rely on Hallmark Network for family entertainment that minimizes violence and focuses on character development. For me, this particular series brings that family entertainment to a new level. The evolving stories of the characters and their emotional bravery in building love with each other despite their vulnerabilities and hurt in the past rings with authenticity. I know because I can't help watch this show without at least once breaking into tears. Even when I know what's coming. All I can say is - thank you. Please ignore the reviewers who must categorize everything into meaninglessness and who tell you this is just like show X with character Y and plot Z. This is unique and should be celebrated for it's uniqueness. I particularly find the female characters to be beautifully conceived - so strong, yet so open to feeling. A true gift.
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