Erin Cahill teases new TV series: ‘One of my favorite projects of all time’

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Erin Cahill teases a possible new TV series she’s working on. Evidence points to a strong possibility that this could be a series for Hallmark, although this has not yet been confirmed by Cahill or the network. Here’s everything we know so far.


Cahill shot the series in Canada

On December 9th teased Cahill that she is shooting a TV series in Canada. She shared a photo with an envelope that said “Episode 101” and her name, indicating the first episode of a television series. She tagged the photo as being taken in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Cahill wrote in the caption: “Last day on set one of my favorite projects of all time. I can’t wait to tell you all about it!!”

She has been referring to the project on social media since November. On December 9th, as the Christmas con convention got underway, she also wrote: “Will miss you all at Christmas Con + my @hallmarkchannel family! But I can’t wait to show what I’m working on!”

On November 25, she shared video from Vancouver showing how cold it was during filming. “At least I have the cast and crew that warms my heart!” she joked in her tweet.

On November 18, she shared a photo revealing that she was filming that evening.


She may be working on a holiday TV series for Hallmark

Although neither Cahill nor Hallmark have officially confirmed any details, hints point to the possibility that Cahill is working on Hallmark’s upcoming Christmas TV series, Holidazed.

On November 6, the SleepyKittyPaw Twitter account revealed that Cahill was one of the stars of “Holidazed.” SleepyKittyPaw is known for sharing accurate information about TV shows and movies based on production notes and behind-the-scenes posts. The account, previously published on Oct. 17 that someone anonymously shared that Cahill was part of the cast, makes the details more of a rumor than confirmation.

A number of local news sources have confirmed that Hallmark is working on a Christmas series for 2023, although Hallmark itself has not confirmed this.

Lake Cowichan Gazette reports On November 16, this part of a 2023 Hallmark holiday series was filmed on location. Holidazed Productions location manager Russ Hamilton told the Gazette that the series was for Hallmark. Some of it was filmed in downtown Duncan, but most of it was filmed in Victoria and Oak Bay. The series itself is set in Oak Bay, Oregon, doubling those Canadian filming locations for the city.

“Downtown Duncan has a small-town vibe and energy that’s hard to find in Victoria,” Hamilton shared.

The Gazette shared that the series is about five families who live in the same neighborhood and “share their lives during the hectic holiday season.”

Hamilton told the Gazette that the series will be eight episodes long. The first episode will focus on all families, while subsequent episodes will focus on individual families before they all get back together later in the season.

Hamilton remarked, “It’s (the) first time Hallmark has done a production like this in BC. Holidazed will not be completed in time for this holiday season, but will be available on Peacock and streaming services by Christmas 2023.”

According to ACFC Westthe series was filmed from September 19 to December 12.

Heavy previously reported on the rumored TV series in September. It wasn’t clear at the time if the series was scheduled for 2022 or 2023, but now it appears to be part of the 2023 lineup.

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