She’s a big city banker who never made time for romance; he’s a widowed dairy farmer struggling to keep his land after being caught up in the trade wars and facing major losses from retaliatory tariffs. Will she foreclose on his heart along with his property? Tiffany Amber Theissen and Dylan McDermott star in A Lien On My Love.
He’s a Brooklyn yoga teacher getting over a divorce; she’s an exasperated federal employee who’s taken a second job making salads at sweetgreen on the upper east side, fearing another shutdown. A little flexibility might be just what she needs to let go of her frustration, if he’ll stop talking about “manifesting abundance” and lose the slouchy beanie for five fucking minutes. Noah Wyle and Lacey Chabert star in Bliss and Vinegar.
She’s a lonely entrepreneur about to franchise her mobile dog grooming business; he’s recently been convicted of a wire fraud scheme that cost consumers millions of dollars yet he’s getting zero jail time. Will she take a chance on the low levels of recidivism among white-collar offenders or leave him in the doghouse? Don’t miss Haley Duff and Dean Cain in Hot Under the Collar.
He’s a first-grade science teacher who’s been hurt in the past; she’s an anti-vaxxer who constantly emails the other parents with terrifying T-dap related anecdotes. Will the spark between them be extinguished by her proselytizing or will the virulent love bug infect them both? Catch Candice Cameron-Bure and Tom Cavanagh in An Injection of Romance.
She’s a driven musician vying to be principal clarinet in the Oregon Symphony; he’s a reclusive gun rights blogger writing increasingly startling posts about the “glorious cuck-free future.” When she moves into the apartment next to his, will her sweet music moderate his darker urges or push him over the edge? Melissa Joan Hart and Jason London star in Shoot for the Moon.
He’s a cynical bachelor busily planning the next Flat Earth International Conference; she’s a rising star on YouTube known for her sexy yet tasteful A.S.M.R videos. Aside from the pleasurable tingles, can she also induce him to accept the overwhelmingly cogent evidence of a spherical planet? Eddie Cibrian and Catherine Bell are irresistible in Flat-Out, Irrational, Love.
He’s a wealthy art collector with a penchant for discovering hot new artists; he’s an eccentric sculptor in his creative prime. When his work starts selling and his career takes off, will the artist manage to keep it professional with his biggest fan, or will a deeper relationship take shape? We’ll tell you right now, it’s purely platonic. Brennan Elliot and James Denton charm audiences in It’s Just Business: I Love My Wife.
She’s an unattached aid worker facing jail time for leaving water jugs in the desert for migrants; he’s an actual coyote who appears to people on their peyote trips as a spirit guide. When her faith in humanity is at its lowest, can his phantasmagoric appearance shepherd her through the darkness to a place of light and hope, much like a reverse crossing of the river Styx? Teri Polo and Chad Michael Murray are unmissable in Thirst Trap.