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Lori Loughlin Stars in 'Garage Sale Mystery: All That Glitters,' A Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Original World Premiere October 26

Lori Loughlin. Photo Credit: Crown Media Holdings.
The adventures of Jennifer Shannon continue in Garage Sale Mystery: All That Glitters, a Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Original World Premiere Sunday, October 26 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Lori Loughlin (When Calls the Heart, Full House, The Edge of Night) stars in the thrilling contemporary mystery. Steve Bacic (When Calls the Heart), Sarah Strange (Motive), Brendan Meyer (The Christmas Ornament) also star in the second installment of the Garage Sale Mystery movie series with Loughlin as a sleuthing yard sale treasure hunter who uses her keen eye to solve crimes. The Garage Sale Mystery movies are based on the book by author Suzi Weinert.

"A beloved member of the Crown Media family, Lori Loughlin is a fan favorite with our audience and we're delighted to continue working with her on the next film in the Garage Sale Mystery movie series," said Michelle Vicary, Executive Vice President, Programming, Crown Media Family Networks. "Her exceptional talent and contagious spirit on screen will keep viewers coming back for more as they tune into to another mystery only Jennifer Shannon can solve."

Jennifer Shannon (Loughlin) has a gift for finding rare treasures hidden in garage sales that she can resell at her consignment store, Rags to Riches. But her keen eye for finding valuables also gets her involved in the criminal investigations that happen at the very second-hand sales she frequents. When Jennifer's friend and self-storage facility owner Martin (Michael Kopsa) turns up murdered - just hours after auctioning off an abandoned storage unit full of unique items to Jennifer - she is immediately pulled on the case as a key eyewitness. Working with Detective Lynwood (Kevin O'Grady), Jennifer helps single out a disgruntled customer as the prime suspect, while she and her business partner, Danielle (Strange), sift through boxes from the auction. As her husband Jason (Bacic) worries about her safety, Jennifer starts to get over her head when there is a break-in at her store, and a run-in with Martin's angry wife. Then, Jennifer and Danielle discover their new merchandise contains the sparkly evidence they needed all along to nail the surprising real culprit, and they must race to save a life - and put their own on the line.

Garage Sale Mystery: All That Glitters is a Bargain Street Productions II Ltd. Production. Jonathan Axelrod, Harvey Kahn, Alan Ett and Peter DeLuise are the executive producers. Peter DeLuise directs from a script by Walter Klenhard based on the novel "Garage Sale Stalker" by Suzi Weinert.

Recently rebranded from Hallmark Movie Channel, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries is a 24-hour digital cable network featuring a unique mix of original movies and acquired series focused on the lighter side of the suspense and mystery genres.

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