A Beloved Movie Franchise Returns with "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Road Less Traveled"

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06 February 2018
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Signed, Sealed, Delivered
Copyright 2018 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer David Strongman
"Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Road Less Traveled"
Premieres Sunday, February 11 at 7 PM ET/PT
on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
 
          The POstables hit the road when a misdirected package suggests a child’s life is in jeopardy, in the original movie “Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Road Less Traveled.”  Eric Mabius (“Ugly Betty”), Kristin Booth (“Orphan Black”), Crystal Lowe (“Smallville”) and Geoff Gustafson (“Primeval: New World”) return as The POstables.  The movie also features JamieLynn Sigler, best known for her eight-season run as Meadow Soprano on the “The Sopranos.”  Oliver O’Toole (Mabius) and his team of postal detectives (Booth, Lowe and Gustafson) embark on a cross-state search for a seven-year-old boy who they have reason to believe is in danger.  Their search points them to Rachel (Sigler), who with her young son Danny (Christian Covnery, “My Christmas Dream”), is on the run. 
 

          The POstables, who have discovered clues in Danny’s “message in a camera,” are committed to locating him and ensuring his safety.  Meanwhile, relationships among the team deepen with tests that prove their strength.  Shane reveals a painful secret to Oliver that brings them closer.  And while Rita is a bundle of nerves over plans for her upcoming wedding, Norman has his own anxieties about the marriage, that he has hidden until now. 
   
Signed, Sealed, Delivered
Copyright 2018 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer David Strongman
 
            “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” is a comedic drama franchise that follows the lives of postal workers who transform themselves into an untraditional team of detectives to track down intended recipients of undeliverable mail.  Their missions take them out of the office into an unpredictable world where redirected letters and packages can save lives, solve crimes, reunite old loves and change futures by arriving late but somehow on time.  
 
 
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