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Love is in the air during one of the year’s most romantic holidays.

Soaps.com has details surrounding two soap opera alums in new Hallmark Channel movie premieres. February marks the channel’s Countdown to Valentine’s Day event with three new movies beginning the first weekend in February, two of which star “All My Children” alums Cameron Mathison (Ryan Lavery, 1998 - 2011) and Lacey Chabert (Bianca Montgomery, 1992 - 1993). Mark your calendars or set your DVRs for the following…

My Secret Valentine.
Lacey Chabert stars as Chloe Grange alongside Hallmark movie favorite my-secret-valentine-hallmark-smactor Andrew Walker as Seth Anderson in “My Secret Valentine.” A slick sales rep named Seth turns up in town to buy Chloe’s family’s prized winery. As she begins taking the advice from her mysterious house rental tenant, via his chalkboard notes signed: Handyman, never in a million years does she realize the sales rep and her secret admire are one in the same. Tune in for the premiere on Saturday February 3 at 9:00 PM.

Very, Very, Valentine.
Cameron Mathison appears as Henry with Danica McKellar very-very-valentine-hallmark-smas Helen and Damon Runyan as Charles in “Very, Very Valentine.” Kindhearted and shy florist, Helen, meets her version of the perfect man at a Valentine's Masquerade and enlists the help of her best friend Henry to locate him after the fact. However, during their quest to find Mr. Perfect, Helen realizes he could very well already be right under her nose. The movie debuts on Saturday February 10 at 9:00 PM.

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Cooking with Love.
Ali Liebert plays Kelly with Brett cooking-with-love-hallmark-vday-dpDalton as Stephen in “Cooking with Love.” There’s no time for love in the hectic life of an optimistic and cheerful TV producer named Kelly. Throw bad boy celebrity chef Stephen into the mix, who doesn’t have time for anything other than cooking, and it’s a recipe of ‘fun with a side of love’ as the two are paired on a children's cooking show. The movie airs on Sunday February 11 at 9:00 PM.

If you miss any of the above premieres, check your local listings as they’ll all be featured as encores on Valentine’s Day, Wednesday February 14 on the Hallmark Channel.

Wedding March 3, Here Comes the Bride:
“The Bold and the Beautiful” and “General Hospital” alum Jack Wagner and Josie Bissett are back as Mick and Josie-Bissett-Jack-Wagner-Wedding-March-3-ddOlivia with the third installment of their “Wedding March” movies. In “The Wedding March 3, Here Comes the Bride” Olivia and Mick host his sister and her finance, Mick’s daughter and her boyfriend, and Olivia’s mother and her boyfriend for a Valentine’s Day weekend at the Inn. When Mick’s sister wants to have her wedding there, and his daughter announces her plans to drop out of college, things get a little chaotic. Tune in on Saturday February 17 at 9:00 PM.

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- Amy Mistretta