Mingle All the Way (2018)

Movie Summary

“Mingle All the Way” is a new networking app designed to pair busy professionals together for upcoming events, without long-term romance. Molly, founder of the app, is determined to prove to her family that it is a success. Therefore, she joins the app, and meets another busy professional, Jeff. When Molly and Jeff are matched, they are both horrified to realize they’ve already had not one, but two disastrous previous encounters. Nevertheless, they agree to stay matched for all their respective upcoming holiday engagements. As the pair gets closer, perhaps their business arrangement might turn into something more this holiday season.

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2022 Dates, Times, and Channels

11/06/22 – 4:00am on Hallmark Channel
11/09/22 – 10:00am on Hallmark Channel

This movie normally airs throughout the holiday season on the main Hallmark Channel. For a complete schedule of dates and times, please click here.

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Cast Includes

Jen Lilley (Molly Hoffman), Brant Daugherty (Jeff Scanlon), Lindsay Wagner (Veronica Hoffman), Casey Manderson (Tyler Newman), Sandy Sidhu (Lisa Turner), April Telek (Erica Fielding), Jesse Arthur Carroll (Frank Fielding), Larissa Albuquerque (Michelle Hoffman), Serge Houde (Reginald Hoffman), Rebecca Staab (Helen Lange)

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3 thoughts on “Mingle All the Way (2018)

  • August 13, 2021 at 10:49 AM

    The Mingle All the Way Hallmark movie is one of my all time favorite movies. I’ve watched it numerous times and will continue to do so. I wish it would come out in a DVD.

  • January 2, 2019 at 11:23 AM

    I loved this movie and would give it 5 stars. It was different, but ended as all Christmas movies, but it was a different story line. The actors were believable, and would by the movie if it were on dvd. So please put it on D

  • December 5, 2018 at 9:10 AM

    Clearly the worst Christmas movie we’ve seen this year, and a candidate for “Worst Ever” except we stopped watching before we wasted more than an half hour. We knew the premise, but still couldn’t grasp the flow of the story. The scenes jumped from one to another, without dialog that would help describe what was happening relative to the basic story. After a brief discussion of our joint concern, we hung in another 10 minutes and scrapped the viewing after nearly 30 minutes. We try to watch at least one new Christmas movie each evening, and unfortunately this did not leave us time to begin another, and we resorted to an hour cop show to complete the night.


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