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Hallmark Movie 'Lead With Your Heart' Premieres Tonight, Stars William Baldwin, Kari Matchett, Steven Love, Amy Forsyth

Lead With Your Heart premieres September 19 on Hallmark Channel. Photo Credit: Copyright 2015 Crown Media United States, LLC/Photographer: Shane Mahood
Hallmark Channel movie Lead With Your Heart premieres Saturday, September 19 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The film stars William Baldwin (Be My Valentine, Gossip Girl), Kari Matchett (Covert Affairs), Steven Love (Solo) and Amy Forsyth (Defiance). Baldwin is also an executive producer on the film, which tells the story of a happily married couple facing life-changing decisions as they prepare for their next chapter in their marriage.

With their youngest son leaving for college in the fall, happily married couple Ben (Baldwin) and Maura (Matchett) prepare for their upcoming chapter as empty nesters. The couple faces an even larger change when Maura takes a temporary position – and big promotion – in Minneapolis. Ben and Maura miss one another while living apart, but the distance also shines a light on their differences like never before. When Maura’s temporary position becomes a full time offer, the couple must decide if they will continue their long distance marriage or make another change. With the support of their son, Adam (Love) and daughter, Lacey (Forsyth), Ben and Maura must follow their hearts to make the right decision for their family and to make this next chapter in their lives a happy one.

Watch a sneak peek below:



Lead With Your Heart is a LWH77 Productions, Inc. production. Howard Braunstein, William Baldwin and Scott Anderson are the executive producers. David Anselmo is the
supervising producer and Steve Solomos is the producer. Bradley Walsh directs from a script by J.B. White.

The cast includes Celeste Desjardins and Kate Drummond.

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