I got all the scoop for all the original shows and movies to premiere October on Hallmark Channel.

Love´s Everlasting Courage permieres Saturday, October 1 (9p.m. ET/PT, 8C) on Hallmark Channel

Starring: Cheryl Ladd, Bruce Boxleitner, Wes Brown, Morgan Lily, Julie Mond

When tragedy strikes a frontier family, Irene Davis (Ladd), along with her husband (Boxleitner) provide support to their son Clark (Brown) who is devastated by the sudden death of his wife (Mond).  As the family copes with their loss, Clark’s problems continue to mount as he struggles to raise his daughter Missie (Lily) alone, while trying to keep the bank from foreclosing on his farm.  “Love’s Everlasting Courage” is the prequel to one of the highest-rated movie series in Hallmark Channel history and inspired by the Love Comes Softly series of novels by celebrated author Janette Oke.

Oliver´s Ghost premieres Saturday, October 22 (9p.m. ET/PT, 8C) on Hallmark Channel

Starring: Martin Mull, Rhea Perlman, Nicholas Stargel

When Oliver (Stargel), a curious eleven year-old moves with his family into an old house right before Halloween, it doesn’t take long for him to meet Clive, the angry ghost (Mull) who occupies the attic, unable to leave his house.  Only Oliver is able to see Clive, and after attempting to scare the boy and his family away, Clive eventually befriends Oliver, but hides a painful secret from his past.  In the end, it will be Oliver, with the help of a kind neighbor (Perlman), who shows Clive how to finally release all his earthly regrets so he can leave the house in peace.

Martha Stewart´s Haunted House premieres Monday, October 24 (8p.m. ET/PT, 7C) on Hallmark Channel

It will come as no surprise that no one does Halloween better than Martha Stewart herself.  In fact, this special is a virtual how-to guide for doing Halloween Night right.  Martha shares tips on sensationally spook-tacular ways to create a haunted house in your garage.  Followed up with a Halloween party, complete with the proper monster-fied motif, Halloween cocktails, great costume makeup, and much more.  That’s right.  A full week before the October 31st holiday, Martha will offer a step-by-step guide on how to turn your garage into a place where things go bump in the night. Halloween comes alive during this prime time hour with Martha as she creates more Halloween décorating ideas than you can shake a witch’s broom at.  And as a special added bonus, in his scariest role yet, actor Justin Long makes a surprise appearance at Martha’s party.  One word of warning: this celebration of all that screams and creaks and makes you jump is strictly BYOP (Bring Your Own Pumpkin)!

The Good Witch´s Family premieres Saturday, October 29 (9p.m. ET/PT, 8C) on Hallmark Channel

Starring: Catherine Bell, Chris Potter, Sarah Power, Catherine Disher

It’s good witch versus bad witch when Cassie Nightingale’s (Bell) long-lost cousin Abigail (Power) stirs up trouble in an effort to seek revenge for a childhood grudge.  In the fourth installment of “The Good Witch” series, Cassie has settled nicely into married life with Police Chief Jack Russell (Potter) and is stepmom to two teenage kids.  But Cassie’s charmed life is threatened when her evil cousin Abigail blows into town causing havoc with her family and friends.  The once peaceful Russell family is constantly bickering, Jake is fired after an argument with the Mayor over a bridge expansion; and Martha (Disher), the Mayor’s wife and town busy body, walks out on their long marriage. As the town divides further over neighborhood expansion, Cassie is drafted to run for Mayor.  There is friction in Cassie’s once-happy marriage, her family is unraveling, and Abigail’s magic spells are the apex of Cassie’s despair.  What’s a good witch to do?

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