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Interview with ‘My Devotional Thoughts’ website

One of the most beloved and most inspirational actresses (not to mention one of the busiest) who works with Hallmark is Rachel Boston, and I had the honor of interviewing her last summer after one of her most remarkable years with the network. However, this Christmas season she has collaborated with two fellow actors, Paul Greene and Beau Bridges as well as author Melissa de la Cruz, to bring Hallmark audiences a divine, engaging, sentimental Christmas story that is one of the most anticipated of the season. In spite of Rachel’s frenetic schedule, she made some time recently to answer a few questions about her current projects and aspirations.

Read the full interview here.

Rhea Seehorn and Rachel Boston Board Comedy ‘I Hate Kids’

DEADLINE.COM:John Asher’s comedy I Hate Kids has added Better Call Saul‘s Rhea Seehorn and Witches of East End‘s Rachel Boston to its cast that already includes Tituss Burgess, Tom Everett Scott and Beth Riesgraf.

The film, which started production on July 10, follows Scott as Nick Pearson, a successful author who always has hated kids and is about to finally settle down with the perfect match. However, on the night of his wedding rehearsal dinner, 13-year old Mason (Julian Feder) shows up claiming to be his son. How does the kid know this? Because self-proclaimed psychic the Amazing Fabular (Burgess) says so. The trio set out on a journey to find Mason’s mom and, in doing so, learn about Nick’s past.

Boston will play Nick’s fiancée Sydneyof, and Seehorn will play her sister Kelly. I Hate Kids is co-written by Frank Dietz and Todd Traina and co-produced by Traina and Rachel McHale.

Boston’s deal was brokered by John Carrabino Management and the Gersh Agency, and Seehorn’s was by Randi Ross of Phoenix Artists and Alissa Vradenburg of Untitled Entertainment.

New Christmas film: Angel Falls

The Hallmark Channel has revealed eight new Christmas films for 2017, one of which will feature Rachel.

Angel Falls
“Fallen angel Gabby must redeem herself. To do so, she’s dispatched to – where else but the town of Angel Falls. It’s not a job for any one being, even one endowed with her special powers. Luckily, Gabby has her own guardian angels, Anna and Michael. All of them work to help the citizens of Angel Falls and along the way, wings and love blossom.

Find out about the others over at EW.com.