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Hallmark Movie 'My Boyfriends' Dogs' Premieres Tonight, Stars Erika Christensen, Joyce DeWitt & Teryl Rothery

My Boyfriends' Dogs premieres October 18 on Hallmark Channel. Photo Credit: Copyright 2014 Crown Media
United States, LLC/Photographer: Brenda Falvey
Hallmark Channel Original Movie My Boyfriends' Dogs premieres on Saturday, October 18 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, starring Erika Christensen (Parenthood). The cast includes Joyce DeWitt (Three's Company), Teryl Rothery (Debbie Macomber's Cedar Cove), Emily Holmes (Snakes on a Plane), Jeremy Guilbaut (The L.A. Complex), Tyron Leitso (Being Erica) and Jesse Hutch (Arrow).

Bailey Daley (Christensen) is a hapless young bride who has run away from the altar with not one, but three dogs she adopted from past relationships. Running into a small diner one rainy evening in a soaked wedding dress with her dogs at her feet, Bailey launches into the story of her strange predicament to the restaurant owners, Louie (Michael Kopsa, "Fringe") and Nikki (DeWitt). She explains that she hasn't been able to find the right love, always longing for the more loyal, stable companionship she finds in her ex-boyfriends' canine companions. Against the knowing advice of her mother Dina (Rothery) and best friend Amber (Holmes), Bailey tries to transform herself into the perfect fit for each new guy she meets - athletic Wade (Hutch), moody Jonathan (Oliver Rice), and, finally, wealthy Eric (Guilbaut). As each relationship ends, Bailey adopts her ex's dogs, but remains hopelessly single. Until, a twist of fate that stormy night leads her to realize that true puppy love happens only after one stops searching for it.

Watch a sneak peek video below:



My Boyfriends' Dogs is a Boyfriend's Dogs Films Inc. production. Executive Producers are Howard Braunstein, Marcy Gross and Ann Weston. Christian Bruyere is the producer. Terry Ingram directed from a teleplay by Gary Goldstein and Jon Maas. Based on the novel "My Boyfriends' Dogs" by Dandi Daley Mackall.

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