Hallmark's "'Tis the Season to be Merry" QUIZ!

'Tis the Season to be Merry Plot Summary Looking for a fresh angle on her new book on relationships, Merry heads to snow covered Vermont.  She finds a new perspective and Christmas cheer with charismatic aid worker, Adam. Starring :  Rachael Leigh Cook and Travis Van Winkle Image:  Crown Media The Conflict Merry Griffin has a lot of rules for dating, and her expert advice is solicited by a huge social media following.  To capitalize on her success and prove she has a "real job," Merry proudly prepares to publish her first book.  Dale Westfield is her fictional fiancĂ© who represents a happy ending for those who follow her advice to find true love; however, her publisher knows if word gets out Merry isn't actually engaged, it will make her look like a fraud and deliver a devastating blow to the company.  The future of the company hinges on the success of Merry's book, so she must find a way to fix the mess by pitching a new book idea by December 25. Adam & Me

Take This QUIZ On Hallmark's "Coyote Creek Christmas!"

Coyote Creek Christmas Plot Summary

While throwing a "Christmas Around the World" party at her family's inn, an event planner discovers Christmas magic with a charming father-son duo whose presence brings about tension and joy.

Starring: Janel Parrish and Ryan Paevey

Janel Parrish and Ryan Paevey in Hallmark's "Coyote Creek Christmas"
Image:  Crown Media

Nothing New To See Here

While many of us are happy to watch the eye candy that is Ryan Paevey, it is rather pathetic that Hallmark keeps feeding us the exact same plot and taking advantage of our fandom. Too much of a good thing ceases to be a good thing.  Imagine eating your favorite food every day for dinner.  Sounds good in theory, but it quickly grows unpalatable.  I packed PBJ for most of my high school lunches, and after graduation, nearly 20 years ticked by before I could eat one again.

We have watched a gazillion event planners get upset to learn the family business is being sold, only to take it over because their career really hasn't been satisfying after all.  Good grief, Hallmark!  Changing an elment or two to the story does not give us a new story.  Dylan's  company buys the inn and plans a redesign, which is slightly different than keeping ownership in the family, but the plot is still recycled.  

Don't you wonder how any self-respecting actor can continue to take on roles that are completely identical?  How do they perfect their craft and reach greater heights?  No matter what role a leading actor has in a Hallmark movie, they act the same.  They never shift personas, no matter what the script.  How are they not bored out of their gourds?


Once Again, "Woke" Elements Ruin The Movie

Wokeness continues to kill the iconic Hallmark brand.  

In Coyote Christmas Creek, the carefully selected diverse cast looks farcical and ridiculous, all to make sure whiteness doesn't dominate.  This is ludicrous.  Hallmark's most beloved leading actors and actresses are white.  Sorry.  This puts Hallmark in a tricky position; they need their A-listers to attract viewers, but they must simultaneously appeal to the woke mob or risk retaliation.  The solution?  Pair as many white leads with as many non-whites as possible.  This insults all parties.  Non-whites should be insulted that they can't be relied upon to succesfully carry a Hallmark movie, and whites should be affronted that they are being treated as pariahs.  There is a way to be inclusive without being stupid.    

This formula is what causes leads like Ryan Paevey and Janel Parrish to have net zero chemistry.  Both actors shine in other movies with different partners, but Hallmark is willing to sacrifice chemistry at the alter, something fans crave in these movies, for the sake of a progressive political agenda that casts actors based on skin color rather than talent or synergy.

The worst part of this movie is the lesbianism between Quinn and Mia.  In 2020, Hallmark had two gay guys exchange glances in Matching Hearts, but if you blinked, you missed it.  This was to gain a toe hold.  We are now seeing filth and perversion take center stage to normalize what is an abomination that is not normal.  What's next?  A dude in a dress crushing on another man?  It would give don we now our gay apparel new meaning.  


  1. I was so disappointed in this movie . It would take too long to list the individual reasons why I disliked it..but there were several. I would not watch it again....I really like the two main characters. but NOT together!

  2. Watched about 20 minutes... it was not pleasurable, and did not get pleasurable. Was disappointed, as Ryan Paevey's movies have always been fun to watch. As blog says...NO chemistry!! Stopped it. Deleted it!


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