Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Episodes 6-10 Review

Welcome to the Girls Gone Hallmark podcast! Join your hosts, Megan and Wendy, as they dive into the beloved “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” franchise all summer long. In today’s episode, your favorite Hallmark duo dive into a Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Episodes 6-10 review. Don’t miss out—tune in now to catch their insightful and fun-filled reviews!

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About “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” Episode 6

  • The title of episode 6 is called “The Future Me’
  • First premiered on Sunday May 25, 2014
  • Director: Lynne Stopkewich who previously directed episode 5
  • Writesr: Martha Williamson, Kerry Lenhart (known for the series “Boston Public” and the 1996 short lived series “Mr & Mrs Smith”), and John J. Sakmar (previously worked on “Boston Public,” “Psych” and “Make It or Break It.”
  • Co-Stars: 
    • Marilu Henner appears as Glynis Rucker. Marilu has 107 acting credits and is probably best known for her roles as Elaine Nardo in “Taxi.” She’s done an incredible about of work for Hallmark, including 19 Aurora Teagarden movies. This was her one and only appearance in “Signed, Sealed, Delivered.”
    • Andrea Brooks plays Miss Special Delivery rival Kimmi. This role appears to be her first project for Hallmark. She has gone on to co-star in 80 episodes of “When Calls the Heart” as well as a number of Hallmark movies.
    • Jessica Kishner Morgan played bride Ellie. Jessica has just a handful of acting projects and this was her only for the network.
    • Jeremy Raymond plays boyfriend Bobby. Jeremy has 25 acting credits and has appeared in several “Star Trek” projects, “American Gods,” “Psych,” and others.

About “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” Episode 7

  • The title of episode 7 is called “Something Good”
  • First premiered on Sunday, June 1, 2014
  • Director: Scott Smith
  • Written by: Martha Williamson, Brandi Harkonen, and Dean Batali (who has a deep resume of writing for shows like “That ‘70s Show,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and the “Good Witch.”)
  • Co-Stars: 
    • Valerie Bertinelli plays Rebecca Starkwell. Bertinelli is probably best known for her roles on “One Day at a Time,” “Touched By an Angel,” and “Hot in Cleveland.” She’s also did in 14 seasons of “Valerie’s Home Cooking” and co-hosted 12 seasons of the “Kids Baking Championship” – both for the Food Network.
    • Adam DiMarco played Billy James. He has 46 acting credits, including the last season of HBO’s “White Lotus” where he played Albie.
    • Nicole Fraissinet played Jennifer. This was her first project for Hallmark but went on to appear in “The Nine Lives of Christmas” and a couple of episodes of the “Good Witch.”
    • We also have a small appearance by Chris Gauthier who played Serge. Chris has appeared in many Hallmark movies, including hits like “Three Wise Men and a Baby” and “The Christmas House.” We’ll always remember Chris as Todd on “Date My Dad.” Sadly, Chris passed earlier this year from an unspecified short illness.

About “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” Episode 8

  • Episode 8 is called “Dark of Night”
  • First premiered on Sunday, June 8, 2014
  • Directed by Scott Smith
  • Writers: Martha Williamson and Brandi Harkonen
  • Co-stars:
    • Valerie Bertinelli returns as Rebecca Starkwell.
    • Kimberley Sustad plays Melissa. This wasn’t Kimberley’s first project for Hallmark as she has appeared in “A Bride for Christmas” in 2012 but since “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” in 2014, Sustad has gone on to star in so many incredible Hallmark movies.
    • Lane Edwards played Melissa’s husband Michael. He has been in many Lifetime, Hallmark, and Netflix projects. You might recognize him as Sheriff Duncan on “Virgin River.”
    • Stephanie Bennett plays adult daughter Abby. She’s been in several projects for Hallmark including “The Nine Kittens of Christmas” with Kimberley Sustad.
    • Aaron Pearl plays bad guy and bio dad Carl. He’s has 133 acting credits, including Hallmark movies like five of the “Wedding March” movies, “Murder She Baked” and “The Irresistible Blueberry Farm.”

About “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” Episode 9

  • Episode 9 is titled “The Treasure Box”
  • First premiered on Sunday, Jun 15, 2014
  • Director: Mike Rohl (a prolific Hallmark director including “When Calls the Heart,” “The Cases of Mystery Lane” and “Chesapeake Shores” to name a few.)
  • Writers: Martha Williamson, Brandi Harkonen
  • Co-stars:
    • Chance Hurstfield who played bank employee Ryan. After SSD, he went on to star as Danny Dixon in 79 episodes of the hit “A Million Little Things.”
    • Zak Santiago plays dance instructor Ramon. Zak has a staggering 163 acting credits including most recently “Legend of the Lost Locket,” “Christmas at the Golden Dragon” “Marry Go Round” and it looks like we will see him continue his role as Ramon on future SSD movies.

About “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” Episode 10

  • Episode 10 is titled “A Hope and a Future”
  • First premiered on Sunday, June 22, 2014
  • Director: Mike Rohl 
  • Writers: Martha Williamson, Brandi Harkonen
  • Co-stars:
    • Carol Burnett as Norman’s grandmother Ardis Paine. Burnett starred in 11 seasons and 279 episodes of “The Carol Burnett Show,” “Mama’s Family,” she played Miss Hannigan in the 1982 film “Annie” and at age 91 she is currently co-starring in “Palm Royale” as Norma. 
    • Adam Korson plays twins Joshua and Matt. Adam has gone on to work a lot since his appearance in SSD. Fun fact: he played Darren Star in “The Unauthorized Beverly Hills 90210” and  “The Unauthorized Melrose Place.”
    • Viv Leacock appears as Jim Thomas. Viv is best known for his role as Joseph Canfield on “When Calls the Heart.” We last saw him in “Legend of the Lost Locket” earlier this year.

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