Andie MacDowell joins Hallmark’s family drama in Time Travel Twist

Andie MacDowell is set to make headlines The way homeHallmark’s recently greenlit intergenerational family drama that includes a time travel twist.

Production begins this summer in Ontario, Canada. Our sister site Deadline was the first to report on the casting.

From the mother-daughter team of Heather Conkie and Alexandra Clarke (heartland) and on the way to a premiere in 2023, The way home follows the lives of three generations of women within one family, spanning the years in the form of a journey through time.

MacDowell will play Del Landry, who has been estranged from her daughter Kat for more than 20 years due to life changing events that have created a rift in their family. When Kat returns to her small Canadian town with 15-year-old daughter Alice in tow – a grandchild Del has yet to meet – “a startling discovery unexpectedly sets the trio on the path to healing and helps them find their way back.” mutual.”

“We’ve found our perfect Del Landry in Andie MacDowell,” Lisa Hamilton Daly, EVP of programming for Crown Media Family Networks, said in a statement. “It was crucial to cast someone capable of handling the nuance and depth of the role and we can’t wait to see her bring Del to life.”

“Our viewers loved Andie MacDowell when she played the lead Cedar Cove by Debbie Macomber, our first original primetime series,” added Laurie Ferneau, SVP of Development. “We couldn’t be happier to welcome her home to Hallmark
Channel and we know our fans will fall in love with her all over again.”

x Andie MacDowell joins Hallmark’s family drama in Time Travel Twist

Lindsay Lowe

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