Erin Krakow and Tyler Hynes in the Hallmark movie It Was Always You. Krakow recently indicated she would love to make a sequel to the movie. (Image: Hallmark Media)

Hallmark star Erin Krakow told a fan she would love to make a sequel to her 2021 movie It Was Always You.

In a post on Twitter, a fan asked Krakow, “On a scale of 1 to 10, how much would you love to do a sequel to It Was Always You?”

Krakow responded with a GIF featuring the character El from Stranger Things (played by Mille Bobby Brown) giving a big grin. She also tagged her It Was Always You co-star Tyler Hynes.

The Hallmark movie It Was Always You

The Hallmark movie It was Always You premiered in February 2021 on Hallmark Channel as part of its Love Ever After programming event.

The film starred Erin Krakow as Elizabeth, a straight-laced, type-A woman trying to plan her upcoming wedding. When a storm causes her fiancé to get stranded on the other side of town, Elizabeth is left trying to finish her mammoth to-do list with the help of her fiancé’s brother, David (played by Tyler Hynes).

The two are polar opposites, personality-wise, and yet as they work together to get ready for the wedding, it becomes clear they have more in person than they thought. When romantic sparks begin to fly, Elizabeth must decide if she is making the right choices in her life.

The movie was a hit when it premiered. Fans especially loved the chemistry between Krakow and Hynes.

A sequel with Krakow and Hynes

Fans loved the onscreen pair so much that one even started a petition to get Krakow and Hynes in more movies together.

Krakow rose to fame playing school teacher Elizabeth Thornton on Hallmark Channel’s When Calls the Heart. She has also starred in a number of romantic comedies for the network, including A Cookie Cutter Christmas (2014), Finding Father Christmas (2016), Engaging Father Christmas (2017), Marrying Father Christmas (2018), A Summer Romance (2019), and Sense, Sensibility & Snowmen (2019).

Hynes is also a Hallmark favorite. He has starred in the Hallmark movies Falling For You (2018), It’s Christmas, Eve (2018), Wedding March 5: My Boyfriend’s Back (2019), The Mistletoe Secret (2019), On the 12th Date of Christmas (2020), Sweet Carolina (2021), Roadhouse Romance (2021), My Christmas Family Tree (2021), An Unexpected Christmas (2021), Time For Him to Come Home For Christmas (2022), and the wildly successful Three Wise Men and a Baby (2022).

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