‘The Way Home’ review: Hallmark’s new series offers an engaging family drama, with a twist

distinctive channel devotees looking for a new show to fill the hole left by Chesapeake Shores Y good witch you will find it in The way home, the network’s new primetime series. This multigenerational saga about three women who must come to terms with their family’s painful past offers a moving narrative twisted in time. It opens on January 15.

A newly separated mother returns to her hometown in the new Hallmark series

The way home combines familiar Hallmark tropes with a dash of the supernatural. Kat (Chyler Leigh) has recently separated from her husband and has just lost her job as a journalist. Her teenage daughter Alice (Sadie Laflamme-Snow) is misbehaving and has been kicked out of her private high school in Minneapolis. When a letter from Del (Andie MacDowell), her estranged mother, arrives unexpectedly, Kat takes the olive branch she would otherwise have rejected. She and Alice pack up the car and head back to Kat’s hometown of Port Haven, Canada.

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