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Hallmark Movie 'Love's Complicated' Premieres Tonight, Stars Holly Marie Combs, Ben Bass, Corbin Bernsen

Love's Complicated premieres January 9 on Hallmark Channel. Photo Credit: Copyright 2015 Crown Media United States, LLC/Photographer: Shane Mahood
Hallmark Channel Original Movie Love's Complicated premieres Saturday, January 9 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The film stars Holly Marie Combs, Ben Bass and Corbin Bernsen.

Leah Townsend (Combs) coasts along in a relationship with the ever-predictable Edward (Randal Edwards) who, after a minor disagreement at Edward's faculty party, enrolls her in a conflict management class. There, she meets Cinco Dublin (Bass), a shock-jock radio host attending the class by court order. His family has a prickly past with the Townsends: Cinco Sr. (Bernsen), a renowned journalist, went toe-to-toe with Senator Townsend when he was in office. Leah bristles at Cinco's brashness, but begins to see some cracks in his facade and ultimately finds herself torn between two men. As Leah learns how to be comfortable with conflict in her daily life, can she resolve the one deep within her heart?

Watch a sneak peek below:



The cast includes Jerry Ciccoritti and Jerry Ciccoritti.

Love's Complicated was directed by Jerry Ciccoritti, and written by Jill Girling and Lori Mather-Welch.

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