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‘B&B’ Alum Dylan Neal Writes and Stars in Hallmark’s ‘Gourmet Detective’

Actor Dylan Neal (ex-Dylan Shaw, "The Bold and the Beautiful") will star in the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries original movie "Gourmet Detective," based on the series of books by Peter King. Neal, who co-wrote the script along with his wife Becky Southwell, will also serve as an executive producer. The movie is set to premiere sometime this spring and is the first of three planned for the cable network.

ABC Family Orders Single-Camera Pilots ‘Kevin From Work’ and ‘Tough Cookie’

As it gets ready to launch new seasons of "Melissa & Joey" and "Baby Daddy," ABC Family recently announced that it has greenlit two new comedy pilots, "Kevin from Work" and "Tough Cookie," as part of its comedy expansion, following the second season renewal of "Young & Hungry" in September. Both pilots will go into production later this month, according to Karey Burke, Executive Vice President, Programming and Development, ABC Family.

Cameron Mathison Joins Alison Sweeney in ‘Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder’

"All My Children" alum and frequent "Good Morning America" and "Entertainment Tonight" correspondent, Cameron Mathison, has signed on to star alongside Alison Sweeney ("Days of our Lives," "The Biggest Loser") in a new Hallmark Movies & Mysteries series of movies beginning with "Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder" (working title), which will premiere on the network in the spring.

Jack Wagner and Kristina Wagner Join Season Two Cast of Hallmark’s ‘When Calls the Heart’

Currently in production on its second season, Hallmark Channel announced last night during its Winter TCA Press Tour event that "General Hospital's" Jack Wagner (ex-Frisco Jones) and Kristina Wagner (Felicia Jones) will join the cast as regulars in its original series "When Calls the Heart," set in a 19th century mining town and starring Lori Loughlin ("Full House," "Summerland"), Erin Krakow and Daniel Lissing.

MTV Quietly Cancels ‘Happyland’

There won't be a second season for MTV's "Happyland," which followed a group of teenagers working at a popular Disneyesque theme park as they prepare to segue into adulthood. The network has quietly canceled the half-hour series after a poorly rated first season, which began in September.