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Exclusive interview: Kristin Booth talks 'Signed, Sealed, Delivered' on Hallmark

Kristin Booth
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Hallmark has a new series starting this Sunday night. On Friday, Examiner got the chance to talk to the star of the show Kristin Booth and get the scoop on "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" on Hallmark. This will be the third new show Hallmark has done recently and you can expect another success. This is an original series by Martha Williamson, who is best known for her work on "Touched By an Angel."

Kristin is excited to be working on this series. This show has her working in an office where they find out who lost letters belong to and try to get them to the rightful owner. They filmed the movie knowing that it was a back door pilot and could turn into a series. She said that when she went in for her first reading she "had goose bumps and it was lightening in a bottle." This show has been an amazing experience and she even got to work with Carol Burnett which was a "dream come true."

Of course she isn't allowed to share spoilers, but Kristin said that fans will love the back and forth that will happen between her character Shane and Oliver played by Eric Mabius. There is a definable chemistry between the two. They are both very stubborn and their roller coaster will keep fans wanting to watch the show every single week.

You can expect to see a new letter which means a new mystery every single week. You will want to keep up with this show every week to see the amazing dynamic between the four main characters who work together every day. Each show will have a different real life situation that they deal with while trying to track down the person that the letters belong to.

One reason that Kristin Booth took on this job was it was a great show that in the future she can show her daughter and be proud of what she did. She said, "You can trust that you can leave the room and know that your children won't be seeing any violence." This show has life lessons and scenes that you can talk to your children about after watching it and this makes it great for the entire family.

You can follow Kristin Booth on Twitter. She will be live tweeting during the premiere and plans to do it every single week when the show airs. Fans are using the hashtag #POstables talk about the show. Eric Mabius also talked about the show in the rest of Examiner's interview for this show.

The premiere of "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" will air on April 20 on Hallmark channel. New episodes will air each week on Sunday night. They are just now finishing filming season one.

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