The cast of the new Hallmark movie Unthinkably Good Things.

Get ready for romance in Tuscany in the new Hallmark movie Unthinkably Good Things. The first in the network’s Mahogany series will feature Karen Pittman, Erica Ash, Joyful Drake, Jermaine Love, Lance Gross, and Luca Seta.

Hallmark Media announced in July 2021 that it would be making movies that reflect the company’s Mahogany brand.

“Mahogany is a beloved brand by millions of consumers around the world and we are thrilled to bring the brand to life on screen with this first new movie,” said Toni Judkins, senior vice president of programming development at Hallmark Media – Mahogany. “We are committed to telling beautiful, emotionally rich, authentic stories that show Black women experiencing the joys of love through romance, sisterhood and community.”

The new Hallmark movie Unthinkably Good Things

In the movie, Karen Pittman plays Allison, who is living in Tuscany and has come to a crossroads in her life. When her two friends (played by Erica Ash and Joyful Drake) come to visit, the reunion causes each woman to reexamine the state of her own life and relationships.

According to a synopsis from the network, “While they have different personalities and perspectives, they know each other’s truths and help to make life-changing decisions.”

Pittman shared a photo on Instagram promoting the movie.

“Fall in love with your fresh start,” she wrote in the caption.

Luca Seta and Karen Pittman at the premiere of the new Hallmark movie Unthinkably Good Things.
Luca Seta and Karen Pittman at the premiere of the new Hallmark movie Unthinkably Good Things. (Image: Instagram/@thekarenpittman)

About the stars

Karen Pittman has appeared on the TV shows 30 Rock, Law and Order, The Americans, Luke Cage, and Homeland. A graduate of Northwestern University and NYU’s Graduate Acting Program, Pittman has also appeared on Broadway and in the films The Bourne Legacy, Begin Again, and Last Night.

Erica Ash starred in the comedy sketch show MADtv before taking roles in Legacies, The Big Bend, and Aquaman: King of Atlantis.

Joyful Drake starred in the TV shows Cuts and Let’s Stay Together. She has also appeared in the movies Catching Hell, Chasing Waterfalls, and You Can’t Hurry Love.

Hallmark began producing greeting cards aimed specifically at African American consumers in 1962, according to the company’s website. The Mahogany line debuted in 1987.

Unspeakably Good Things will premiere on Hallmark Movies and Mysteries on Sunday, August 28 at 9/8c.

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