The network has cast Karen Pittman (“And Just Like That,” “The Morning Show”), Erica Ash (“Survivor’s Remorse,” Uncle Drew) and Joyful Drake (“Let’s Stay Together,” “The Quad”), as well as Jermaine Love (“Outer Banks,” Rogue Warfare) and Lance Gross (“House of Payne,” “Our Kind of People”).

Mahogany is the first of several new content initiatives and brand extensions that will tap into the rich 100+ year legacy of the Hallmark brand. The slate of movies are rooted in the iconic Hallmark greeting card line of the same name. Mahogany will expand Crown Media’s content offerings with powerful storytelling that exemplifies Hallmark’s core ethos – family, community, human connection, positivity and the transformational power of love – through the unique lens of Black culture.

“Mahogany is a beloved brand by millions of consumers around the world and we are thrilled to bring the brand to life on screen with this first new movie,” Toni Judkins, SVP Programming Development, Crown Media – Mahogany shared. Judkins continued, “We are committed to telling beautiful, emotionally rich, authentic stories that show Black women experiencing the joys of love through romance, sisterhood and community.”

At a crossroads in her career and love life, Allison (Pittman) is in need of the love and support of her two friends Melina (Drake) and Reesa (Ash).  When they visit her in Tuscany, the reunion causes each woman to reexamine the state of her own life and relationships.  While they have different personalities and perspectives, they know each other’s truths and help to make life-changing decisions.  Between the good wine, delicious food, a healthy serving of romance, set against the beautiful backdrop of Tuscany the three women relish in the importance of friendship and inspire each other to make this next season the best one yet and to take the leap to pursue the life and loves they have always wanted.

“Unthinkably Good Things” is a Crown Media Production.  Korin D. Williams, Monique Nash and Cristina Giubbetti are Executive Producers.  David Wulf is Producer.  Terri J. Vaughn is directing a script by Cas Sigers-Beedles.