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    Cameron Mathison And Jack Wagner In My Gal Sunday.

    Monday, December 02 2013

    (Adriana M. Barraza/
    New pilot.

    Updated on December 2:

    The project, which was originally labeled a pilot, will premiere as a Hallmark original movie on Saturday January 18, 2014 at 9:00 PM. Look for Wagner in the role of Danny.

    Previously Reported on July 23:

    The Hollywood Reporter has learned that two former Daytime actors Cameron Mathison ("All My Children's" ex-Ryan Lavery) and Jack Wagner ("General Hospital's" ex-Frisco Jones, "The Bold And The Beautiful's" ex-Nick Marone) will come together for an upcoming Hallmark Channel pilot titled "My Gal Sunday."

    The project, based off the short stories by Mary Higgins Clark, will begin production in Vancouver this week and will co-star Clark's daughter Carol, granddaughter Elizabeth and actress Rachel Blanchard ("The Surrogacy Trap," "Clueless"). The story follows an attorney/private investigator (Blanchard) and her husband (Mathison), also her business partner, who find themselves at the center of conspiracy and scandal, due to their political ties and romance.

    As of yet there is no word on Wagner's role or the release date for the two-hour pilot, which could very well turn into a Primetime series.

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    - Amy Mistretta

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