TULIPS IN SPRING – Saturday, May 14 (9 pm ET/PT, 8C)
Stars: Fiona Gubelmann, Lucas Bryant, Kelly Rowan
Rose Newell is a young interior designer who has been given an assignment to design a high-end client’s home. As she begins the project, Rose learns that her father, Frank, has suffered a broken leg and that her help is badly needed at Newell Farms, her parents’ tulip farm in rural Washington. Rose returns to her hometown and to her damaged relationship with Frank, who resents her having chosen a cosmopolitan career over the family business.
DATE WITH LOVE – Saturday, May 21 (9 pm ET/PT, 8C)
Stars: Shenae Grimes-Beech, Andrew Walker, Quinn Lord, Bailee Madison, Andrea Brooks
After A-list actress, Alex Allen, has an epic Hollywood meltdown and is dumped on the red carpet before her latest movie premiere, she is in desperate need of some positive publicity in order to save her reputation as “America’s sweetheart.” Salvation comes in the form of a small town boy’s video “Promposal” in which the student invites Alex to his high school prom. Sure enough, when the video goes viral, it scores the kid a date with his celebrity crush. It’s also a chance for Alex, who was never asked to her own prom, to go back to high school and make this the best prom she never had. Complications arise when the starlet falls for the student’s English teacher, Mr. Walsh. But when Alex’s Hollywood habits stir up a little too much drama in the small town high school, she’ll have to figure out what is more important to her, fixing her career or finding a love she always dreamed of.
MS. MATCHED – Saturday, May 28 (9 pm ET/PT, 8C)
Stars: Alex PenaVega, Shawn Roberts
A successful wedding planner is trying to make dreams come true for brides by organizing fairytale weddings. But when she is paired with a financial advisor at a wedding expo, she soon realizes that he is giving the exact opposite advice to their audience by telling them to save their money. When they are forced to spend more time together than they bargained for, they find out that they have more in common than they think.