Monday, May 26, 2014

Signed, Sealed, Delivered Series

I have a new original series to tell you about, "Signed, Sealed, Delivered."  It is a wonderful mix of romance, comedy and drama.  This series follows the lives of four postal detectives who ban together to track down intended recipients of undeliverable mail.  I love the premise as my Mom and Grandmother both retired from the post office (my Grandmother as a clerk and my Mom as a letter carrier).  I could actually see my Mom doing this!  If she picked up letters that didn't have enough postage she would often times add postage herself so the letter wouldn't be returned! 

I thought this show was delightful.  The episode I watched is about a special couple with Down Syndrome.  When a lost letter is delivered, the couple discovers their future which in turn inspires their parents.  And there are lots of flowers and stars in this episode, both of which I love!

The American Bible Society has built a bible study to go with this series that you can sign up for here!  Please check out this wonderful series and let me know what you think!

Read more about this series below and tune in yourself to the Hallmark Channel on Sundays, 8/7c.

Signed, Sealed, Delivered 
The new original series "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" is a wonderful combination of romance, comedy and drama that follows the lives of four postal detectives who transform themselves into a team of detectives to track down intended recipients of undeliverable mail.  Their missions take them out of the office where redirected letters and packages can save lives, solve crimes, reunite old loves and change futures by arriving late but somehow always on time.  The team includes charming Oliver O’Toole (Eric Mabius), the group's leader is a man of faith who prayerfully approaches his work with the goal of making a difference in people's lives; new team member, Shane McInerney (Kristin Booth), a technophile who brings 21st century sensibility to the group; free-spirited, “girl next door” Rita Haywith (Crystal Lowe) who has a photographic memory; and lovable Norman Dorman (Geoff Gustafson), a master in conventional research methods.

1 comment:

Francesca said...

Sounds delightful! Too bad we don't have cable.