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Hallmark Channel Celebrates Jane Austen With “Loveuary” All Month

by Stewart Cole

This February, the Hallmark Channel is honoring one of the most famous female authors of all time: Jane Austen. Fans of Austen and her work, be sure to tune in to Hallmark for a new film inspired by Jane Austen every week of February.

Her classic novels have truly stood the test of time, inspiring women for generations and still being adapted nearly 200 years later.

“Jane Austen's stories are timeless and continue to resonate with readers and viewers of all ages. Our films will bring her beloved characters to life in new ways and honor the many women who continue to be inspired by them,” said Hallmark Executive VP Programming, Lisa Hamilton told Daily.


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Loveuary with Jane Austen The lineup will include four brand new movies premiering every Saturday in February at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The first of the four Paging, Mr. Darcy, premiered on February 3. “A love of Jane Austen's stories helps two people overcome their pride and admit their faith in love,” the film, starring Mallory Jansen and Will Kemp, reveals a press release.

In Love & Jane, “a woman finds guidance from Jane Austen literally.” Starring Alison Sweeney and Benjamin Ayers, Love & Jane premieres on February 10. Eliza Bennett, Nicholas Bishop and Nell Barlow star in An American in Austin where “a librarian who believes that no man can measure up to Mr. Darcy gets an unexpected chance to find out if that's true.” Fans can watch its premiere An American in Austin on February 17.

End a Sense and Sensibility The adaptation, described as “gorgeously beautiful,” opens on February 24. Deborah Ayorinde, Bethany Antonia, Akil Largie and Dan Jeannotte round out the cast for the adaptation.

If four new movies doesn't meet your Jane Austen limit for February, or if you're a purist when it comes to Jane Austen books, then you might be interested in Jane Austen's Virtual Book Club event. The Hallmark Channel Book Clubled by Hallmark Channel Chief Fan Officer Jenny Forwark, will meet on February 15 to discuss Sense and Sensibility along with “this season's Loveuary premiere, Jane Austen's legacy and the importance of female-centered storytelling.”


Maggie Horton is the Associate News Editor at Country Living. It covers all things entertainment, from celebrity news to TV shows and movies. When she's not posting on social media, researching the latest celebrity gossip, or devouring the hottest new TV series, you can find her at a local concert or out enjoying nature.

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