A Glimpse into ‘Murder at the Breakers’ on Hallmark Tonight

Adapted from Alyssa Maxwell’s historical mystery featuring reporter Emma Cross from Kensington Books.

In the lush, opulent setting of Newport’s Gilded Age, a gripping narrative unfolds in Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ latest offering, “Murder at the Breakers.” This captivating film is part of the esteemed “Gilded Newport Mysteries” series, transporting viewers into a world where high society and dark secrets intertwine.

Set against the backdrop of the majestic Vanderbilt mansion, the story revolves around the illustrious protagonist, Emma Cross. A distant cousin to the Vanderbilt family, Emma is a determined journalist with a knack for uncovering the hidden truths of the elite. The plot thickens when a lavish party at the Breakers takes a sinister turn, leading to a mysterious murder.

Emma Cross, portrayed with finesse and depth, finds herself entangled in this complex web of deceit. With her sharp instincts and unwavering pursuit of justice, she navigates through the intricate social labyrinths of the Gilded Age. The film does a remarkable job of depicting the intricate balance between the glamorous life of high society and the ominous shadows that lurk beneath its surface.

As the investigation unfolds, viewers are treated to a visual feast of extravagant costumes and breathtaking settings, capturing the essence of the Gilded Age’s splendor. The storyline keeps the audience on the edge of their seats, unraveling twist after twist, as Emma delves deeper into the dark corridors of power and privilege.

“Murder at the Breakers” is not just a mystery; it’s a journey back in time to an era of opulence, where the glitter of wealth often masked the grim realities of life. The film promises to keep viewers hooked, providing not just entertainment but also a fascinating glimpse into a pivotal period of American history. As the mystery unravels, one can’t help but be drawn into the world of Emma Cross, where every clue leads to another enigma, making “Murder at the Breakers” a must-watch for fans of the genre.

Premieres FRI FEB 2 9/8c
Starring Ali Skovbye, Danny Griffin and Nathan Witte

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Tina Pavlik

Owner of TRS since 2003

An aficionado of romance novels for many years, Tina has owned The Romance Studio since 2003 and for 20 years, has enjoyed highlighting the best books in the genre. She enjoys all aspects of marketing including writing content, book trailer design, and finding captivating new books for voracious readers. She has also written over 20 romance titles under various pen names. In another life, she writes horror and works as an extras casting assistant for TV shows and films in the North Carolina and South Carolina regions.