Hallmark’s new Signature Mystery, Cut, Color, Murder has Sleuthers talking. The cliffhanger ending, along with the fun ensemble cast is making them want more.
Moreover, will there be a second Cut, Color, Murder mystery? Be aware that there are spoilers, including details about a crazy cliffhanger.
Sleuthers Want Second Cut, Color Murder From Hallmark
After the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries premiere of Cut, Color, Murder, Ryan McPartlin went to Twitter. “WTF happened at the end??? 🤔 Who wants more???? #CutColorMurder.” He got plenty of responses.
The response was enthusiastic. One response was, “Me!! Who doesn’t love a good cliffhanger ending?! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻”
Another mystery fan wrote, “Me!!! I am greedy. I don’t just want a sequel. I want a series!”
A third Sleuther wrote, “Looks like there’s more to Kyle that Ali- and us- had no idea! #CutColorMurder cries out for followups!”
This was a stylish, well-crafted mystery with a shocking cliffhanger. No mystery lover can ask for more. Although the Chuck star has hinted that they are “working on it,” Hallmark, nor any of the stars of the film have revealed whether there will be more.
But, Hallmark cannot let fans stew after that ending, can they?
Hallmark’s Cut, Color, Murder Ended On Crazy Cliffhanger
On Sunday, February 6, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries premiered a new Signature Mystery called Cut, Color, Murder. This stars Ryan McPartlin, Julie Gonzalo, and a very entertaining ensemble cast.
The murder took place at a beauty pageant. Gonzalo portrays Ali, a widowed hairdresser with a knack for solving mysteries. She is good at reading people. Besides, her beauty shop is gossip central in their small town in Idaho.
The last murder was of her husband Dan. He was a police officer, and they put someone away. However, Ali has a gut feeling that this was a botch job. But, she manages to solve this murder, after a few red herrings.
McPartlin is Detective Kyle Crawford. He is not in awe of Ali as everyone else. He doesn’t think anyone but the police should be doing detective work. But, by the end, he sees that Ali has skills. But, he tells her to move on from Dan’s murder. She needs to let it go.
Ali feels she knows Kyle from somewhere. However, she cannot pinpoint that. But, at the very end of the movie, she sits at her husband’s tombstone and tells him that she is moving on from trying to investigate his case.
Then an envelope drops, and some 8×10 photos spill out. Ali bends down and picks up the three photos. The first is of her late husband, getting a briefcase. The second shows a blurry someone who had given Dan the suitcase walking towards the camera.
The third photo was clear. It was Detective Kyle Crawford, and he had an almost sinister look on his face!
Next, the camera was on Ali’s scrunched face, as she tries to figure out what happened. However, you can almost read the questions she now has after realizing that Kyle was involved.
What was he doing there? Who took these photos? Moreover, was he working with Dan, or is he the bad guy?
Will Hallmark make a second Cut, Color, Murder mystery?
When Can You Watch Encore Showings Of Hallmark’s Cut, Color, Murder?
Whether you want to re-watch Hallmark’s Cut, Color, Murder, or if you want to re-watch that crazy cliffhanger ending, you are in luck. HMM will be airing this new Signature Mystery again.
The next showing is on Wednesday, February 23, at 9 p.m., Sunday, March 6, at 9 p.m., and Tuesday, March 29, at 2 p.m., all times Eastern, on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.
Andrew Walker, Nikki DeLoach Filming New Mystery Series
Did you know that Andrew Walker and Nikki DeLoach are currently filming a new mystery, Dying For Chocolate: A Curious Caterer Mystery?
Although this is not confirmed with Hallmark, it appears that this series is based on the Diane Mott Davidson mystery series. If that is the case, the lead is Goldy Bear, a single mother who is a very creative caterer.
First, in this book, she is a live-in cook at the Aspen Meadow Country Club. However, a prospective date turns up dead.
According to IMDb, this Hallmark Signature Mystery will premiere on Sunday, April 10, at 9 p.m., Eastern, on HMM.
Sleuthers, would you like to see another Cut, Color, Murder movie?
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