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Alison Sweeney and Jonathan Scarfe Star in 'Love On The Air' September 26 on Hallmark Channel

Love On The Air premieres September 26 on Hallmark Channel.  Photo Credit: Copyright 2015 Crown Media United States, LLC/Photographer: Eike Schroter
Hallmark Original Movie Love On The Air premieres Saturday, September 26 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Hallmark Channel. The film stars Alison Sweeney and Jonathan Scarfe.

When polar opposite radio hosts Sonia (Sweeney) and Nick (Scarfe) are assigned to co-host a talk show, their conflicting approaches to love and relationships create a battle of the sexes! Though the independent woman and the defiant bachelor spar on air, the common bond of having been hurt in relationships makes them friends in their personal lives. When Nick tries to help Sonia win her ex-fiancé back, however, both begin to realize that their friendly feelings may have grown into something more. As the two radio personalities begin to let their emotional guards down, they must decide if their true love is on the air.

Watch a sneak peek below:



From Ridge Studios, Alison Sweeney, Marina Cordoni, John Ritchie and Kelley Reynolds serve as executive producers, with Jonathan Schwartz and Robert Lee as producers.

Love On The Air was directed by Kris Tabori, and written by Sharon Soboil, Tippi Dobrofsky and Neal Dobrofsky.

The cast includes Crystal Balint (as Tanya), David Lewis (Scott), Vincent Gale (Brad), Darla Taylor (Amanda), Nicole Oliver (Julia) and Jan Bos (Mark).

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