Cut, Color, Murder is the newest Hallmark Signature Mystery series, heading to our screens in 2022.
It seems to be a case of out with the old and in with the new. As we covered here two Signature Mysteries won’t be returning but now we have a new addition. The show stars Julie Gonzalo (Supergirl), Ryan McPartlin (The Holiday Fix-Up), Grace Beedie (Romancing The Birthday Girl), Fred Henderson (Riverdale) and Eva Tamargo (The Haves And The Have Nots).
Here’s the official synopsis:
At Monarch Beauty Salon, Ali Bowden (Gonzalo) makes it her mission that everyone who visits her beauty parlor get the best cut and color, and along with that comes a healthy serving of gossip. With everyone gearing up for the annual Miss Golden Peak pageant, business is booming. Ali’s sister Chelsea (Grace Beedie, “Five Star Christmas”) decides to enter the competition.
But things take a deadly turn when the pageant creator is found dead and everyone in town becomes a suspect – including her sister. With information overheard at her own salon, Ali helps the new detective in town, Kyle Crawford (McPartlin), investigate the case.
Doing so brings back memories from when she was trying to help solve her own husband’s murder years prior. And just when Ali gets close to uncovering the killer’s identity, she risks everything to get answers and clear the names of those she loves and learns some startling facts along the way.
Cut, Color, Murder is from Salon Productions, Inc. Ryan McPartlin and Kristofer McNeeley serve as executive producers. Jonathan Shore is supervising producer. Mick MacKay, Jamie Goehring and Shawn Williamson serve as producers. Stacey N. Harding directed from a story by Ryan McPartlin. Music is by Taylor Swindells, Jordan Klassen and Will Quiring.
Cut, Color, Murder premieres on Sunday, February 6, at 9 p.m. Eastern, on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. You can become part of the community by following the #Sleuthers hashtag.