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Sealed with a Kiss
Aug 15, 2021
Wedding March 6, Final Installment of the Franchise
Jack Wagner (“The Bold and the Beautiful,” “When Calls the Heart”), Caitlin Stryker (“Clarice,” “A Million Little Things”), Josie Bissett (“The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” “When Calls the Heart”) and Nathan Witte (“Batwoman,” “Charmed”) star in the final installment of the “Wedding March” franchise. Curt (Witte) and Autumn (Stryker) are looking forward to their upcoming wedding at Mick (Wagner) and Olivia’s (Bissett) Willow Lake Inn and both are in the public eye – Curt is an actor whose star is rising, and Autumn writes a popular children’s book series. They’ve planned an intimate celebration without glitz and glamour to match their down-to-earth lifestyle. Once at the Inn, a last-minute interview for Curt’s next film pops up and before they know it, a film crew arrives. Soon, word about their wedding gets out and the low-key affair morphs into anything but that. Though Mick and Olivia quickly pivot to pull it off, Autumn has concerns about the direction the wedding is headed and how Curt’s celebrity status will affect their lives. Together the couple needs to figure out how to handle the changes coming their way and decide what will be best for their relationship. Meanwhile, Mick and Olivia are finally getting ready to say, “I do,” but their plans are called into question when Mick gets a touring opportunity Olivia won’t let him turn down. It looks like they will have to postpone their own trip to the altar until a last-minute change in plans gives both couples the wedding of their dreams.
“Sealed with a Kiss: Wedding March 6” is from Wedmarch 6 Productions Inc. Jack Wagner, Amy Krell, Lorenzo Nardini, Susanne Belzberg Krevoy, Eric Jarboe, Amanda Phillips, Doran S. Chandler and Brad Krevoy are executive producers. Catherine Kretz serves as producer and line producer. David Weaver, Jonathan Shore and Michael Shepard are supervising producers. B.F. Painter and Nathaniel Lyman are associate producers. David Weaver directed from a script by Kim Beyer Johnson.