Hallmark’s Alison Sweeney & Cameron Mathison In Carrot Cake: A Hannah Swensen Mystery
\and Cameron Mathison will reunite in Carrot Cake: A Hannah Swensen Mystery on the feel-good, sleuthing channel. Read on to find out what we know so far about the new, upcoming original movie.
Alison Sweeney & Cameron Mathison in Carrot Cake: A Hannah Swensen Mystery
The news recently broke that Hallmark is cooking up a new Hannah Swensen Mystery. In fact, the movie is set to premiere later in 2023 on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.
Meanwhile, the Days of Our Lives alum, Alison Sweeney, will reprise her role as a baker-sleuth in Carrot Cake: A Hannah Swensen Mystery. Moreover, Cameron Mathison is back as Hannah’s fiancé, Detective Mike Kingston. Besides this, Barbara Niven (Chesapeake Shores) and Gabriel Hogan reprise their roles as Hannah’s parents, Delores and Norman Swensen.
On February 27, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries posted a teaser on Twitter, with a clue in the image.
Fans will recall that the first Hannah Swensen mystery, Sweet Revenge premiered in August 2021. However, Sweeney’s sleuthing character has also starred in other mystery series, including Murder, She Baked. Meanwhile, the series had five movies between 2015 and 2017, beginning with Murder She Baked: A Chocolate Chip Cookie mystery.
What is the plot of the new Hannah Swensen mystery?
The upcoming mystery movie is based on Joanne Fluke’s tenth Hannah Swensen novel, Carrot Cake Murder. Futon Critic shared a brief synopsis revealing that the discovery of a skeleton in the rubble of a building being renovated brings a revelation that one Lake Eden native may not be who they claimed to be.
In true form and much to Mike’s dismay, Hannah decides to investigate the mystery. However, while trying to uncover the victim’s identity, she turns to her mother, Delores, for help. Between them, they work to uncover the truth and bring a killer to justice.
When does the movie premiere on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
So far, no news is available as to the premiere date, but the cast has already been busy working on the new movie. As fans know, the average Hallmark movie takes 15 days to film. Meanwhile, Alison Sweeney had previously shared a selfie on her Instagram on February 18, taken on the set. According to our calculations, this means the movie has likely finished filming already.
Sweeney captioned the image:
First week back on set for 2023. Excited for a new year of fun projects to film and I’m so grateful for each and every opportunity. Can’t wait to get the latest movies on your screens. More to come.
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