Four new spring-themed movies are coming to help us shake off the winter blues.
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By now, we loyal Hallmark movie fans know that the family of networks doesn't just provide us with endless hours of Christmas movies in December, oh no. They have themed cinematic offerings to get us through every holiday and season on the calendar. As the winter weather continues to wear us down, there is a glimmer of hope and sunshine ahead. Hallmark Channel's "Spring Fling" lineup is here. Four brand-new, original movies will premiere on Saturdays in March and April.

First up, premiering on Saturday, March 28 at 9PM EST is Just My Type, starring Bethany Joy Lenz whom we most recently saw in A Valentine's Match, and Brett Dalton who is no stranger to Hallmark fans' TV screens either. Lenz plays Vanessa Mills, a pop-culture writer and aspiring novelist who secures an interview with a very well-known, but reclusive mystery writer, played by Dalton. Now, this is a Hallmark movie so we will assume sparks fly but we'll have to tune in to find out.

Next up on Saturday, April 4, at 9PM EST is perhaps our favorite TV movie title of all time, You're Bacon Me Crazy, starring Natalie Hall and Michael Rady. These two play rival food truck chefs pitted against one another in a local food truck competition. Nothing like a little good spirited rivalry to cook up a romance.

April 11, at 9PM EST, tune in for Fashionably Yours, starring Kat Graham, Kendrick Sampson, and Sheryl Lee Ralph. Graham's character Lauren suffers a tough professional blow when she is passed over for a promotion at the magazine where she works. She decides to throw in the towel and move home. But when she hires a moving company to pack up her Seattle life, the owner of the moving company sets out on a mission of his own. He helps her fall in love with the city and maybe more.

Finally, the Spring Fling programming concludes on April 18, at 9PM EST with Nature of Love starring Emilie Ullerup and Christopher Russell. Katie, played by Ullerup, is a magazine writer on assignment at a glamping resort. This city slicker is eased into the fun of the outdoors by the rugged, handsome, nature guide, played by Russell. This one sounds like the perfect excuse for a summer camp themed girls night in. Pop some popcorn, make microwave s'mores (unless you have a fire pit in your back yard), and pull out the sleeping bags. Pillow forts and treats for all!