Megan and Wendy have eagerly been awaiting this week’s Hallmark Channel movie A Little Daytime Drama. Listen in as they rate and review this brand new movie from the Summer Nights line up. A Little Daytime Drama stars Jen Lilley and Ryan Paevey plus features the amazing, Daytime Emmy Award winner, Linda Dano, in her first Hallmark Channel movie.
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What do you think of the Summer Nights line up? We really enjoyed Love, For Real and The 27-Hour Day. We both sort of hated Sealed with a Kiss: Wedding March 6.
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News and Notes
- A Little Daytime Drama was originally titled Love in the Afternoon.
- This Hallmark Channel movie was filmed in Canada, including Vancouver and The Bridge Studios in Burnaby, British Columbia.
- Filming wrapped on July 10, 2021 but director Heather Hawthorn-Doyle shared on Instagram that she was still editing the movie one week prior to its debut date.
- Jen Lilley and Ryan Paevey have both worked in daytime television.
- This is Linda Dano’s debut on the Hallmark Channel. She has previously appeared in a Hallmark Movies and Mysteries movie.
- Ryan Paevey and Jen Lilley last worked together on 2017’s Harvest Love.
- Cameron Bancroft – Beverly Hills, 90210 fans know him as Joe Bradley, CU quarterback with the heart problem and Donna’s boyfriend – plays Gregory James. Took Wendy about midway through movie to recognize him!
What is A Little Daytime Drama About?
From Hallmark: In order to save her daytime soap drama from cancellation, head writer Maggie must convince Darin, fan favorite actor and real-life ex-boyfriend, to return to the show.
- Jen Lilley (Maggie)
- Ryan Paevey (Darin)
- Linda Dano (Alice)
What Does SORAS stand for?
Did you catch the scene where Darin comments on the new age of his co-star? Soaps are notorious for age progression. SORAS stands for “soap opera rapid aging syndrome.” Says here, SORAS was coined by Soap Opera Weekly founding editor-in-chief Mimi Torchin.