The POstables are solving another mystery when their personal lives don’t get in the way, premieres on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries on July 24th, 2016, at 9/8c
By Gabrielle Pantera
HOLLYWOOD, CA (Hollywood Daily Star) 2016/7/24 – “Trust me there are many unusable takes left on the cutting room floor,” says Signed Sealed Delivered star Kristin Booth. This seventh Signed Sealed Delivered TV movie features Shane and Oliver dancing together on their first real date.
Booth says they had lots of dance lessons and a great choreographer, that she’s ready for Dancing with the Stars if they call. “My first professional acting job was in the musical Annie,” says Booth. “I was twelve, and I caught the bug. You should always follow your dreams.”
In Denver mail is disappearing out from people’s mailboxes. Oliver O’Toole (Eric Mabius), leader of the POstables, and his team have to solve the mystery of missing mail in their home town. Norman and Rita’s relationship is interrupted by their work. A waitress who sent a love letter, regrets sending it. A Lottery ticket in lost mail is worth a million dollars. Oliver’s father Joe (Gregory Harrison) and Dale, a police officer help with the case. Shane McInerney (Kristin Booth) is the techie in the group. Rita Haywith (Crystal Lowe) is sweet and lovable with a photographic memory. With Norman Dorman (Geoff Gustafson), they search to find the mail thief.
Produced by Muse Entertainment in association with Moonwater Productions. Executive producers Martha Williamson, Michael Prupas, Kevin Fair and Joel S. Rice. Supervising producers Allen Lewis and Matthew Blecha. Co-executive producers Marcie Gold Jacoby and Brandi Harkonen. Producer Harvey Kahn. Director Kevin Fair. Teleplay by Martha Williamson. Story by Martha Williamson & Brandi Harkonen. Director of photography Adam Sliwinski. Production designer Sean Kirkby. Casting by Jackie Lind, CSA and Shana Landsburg, CSA.
- Eric Mabius (Oliver O’Toole)
- Kristin Booth (Shane)
- Crystal Lowe (Rita)
- Geoff Gustafson (Norman)
- Special guest star: Gregory Harrison (Joe O’Toole