Fall In Love With Hallmark’s New Romantic Comedy “Love, Classified”

Lesbian rom-com Love, Classified on Hallmark.

Get ready to fall in love! The Hallmark Channel has announced the premiere of a new romantic comedy featuring an exciting lesbian romance. This is sure to be an enjoyable and heartwarming story that will leave you feeling uplifted. If you're looking for a feel-good movie night, then this is the perfect choice!

“Love, Classified”: An Old-Fashioned Romance

Melora Hardin.

According to the official synopsis of “Love, Classified,” romance novelist Emilia (Melora Hardin) is a whirlwind who blows back into the lives of her adult children, Taylor (Katherine McNamara) and Zach (Max Lloyd-Jones), under the pretense of a book signing arranged by her hometown’s local book shop. As Emilia tries to reconnect, Taylor and Zach explore new and past relationships through the “Classifie” app that boasts old-fashioned human connection by way of the classified ad. Throughout the story, “Classifie” provides a valuable bonding experience for each character. It offers a unique way for people to find love and connection with each other. Zach is therefore given a chance to heal old wounds, while Taylor is matched with Franki (Arienne Mandi, The L Word: Generation Q), a woman that changes the way she’s always thought about love. Drawing inspiration from Lex, the free text-centered social and dating app for LGBTQ+ people, “Classifie” is also making its own contribution to the movie - serving as a platform to promote businesses and advertise products.

What We Love In “Love, Classified”

Lesbian author Lynn Sternberger.

Lynn Sternberger

Stacey N. Harding, an accomplished director in the film and television industry known for her work on hit shows such as “Charmed,” “Timeless,” and “Arrow,” as well as films like “Cut, Color, Murder” and “Christmas Sail,” is directing this movie. Harding has brought her competent eye for visual storytelling to bear on this upcoming project. And she's not the only one. Lesbian writer Lynn Sternberger (The Bold Type, Home Economics) captures all the nuances of Taylor and Franki's relationship, from the fun-loving moments to the more serious ones.

Melora Hardin is also a delight to watch in the role of Emilia. She knows how to bring out the strongest qualities in the character, balancing the mischievous nature of Emilia with energy, enthusiasm, and spirit. Every scene she's in is simply captivating, and it's clear that she was perfectly cast for the role. She is entertaining, captivating, and a pure pleasure from beginning to end.

With its well-crafted story, likable and endearing characters, and heartwarming romance, it's no wonder why this lesbian film has become a go-to favorite for many. “Love, Classified” is one of those films that you can watch over and over and still enjoy.

Taylor and Franki.

Katherine McNamara and Arienne Mandi as Taylor and Franki

“Love, Classified” is an entertaining, feel-good romantic comedy that will leave you in a good mood. What’s not to love? “Love, Classified” is full of laughter and enjoyable moments that will appeal to fans of romantic comedies.

Hey, it's time to give Hallmark romantic movies another chance! "Love Classified" may prove that these movies aren't as boring as you think. It might be just the thing to change your mind about them. So why not sit down with a nice bowl of popcorn and let the romance begin? You never know, you just might have a pleasant surprise in store.

Watch the trailer now

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Watch “Love, Classified” on Hallmark

“Love, Classified” will air on April 16th, 2022, at 8/7c on the Hallmark Channel.

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