In 2013, the TV series Signed, Sealed, Delivered hit screens. The show, about postal workers who seek to deliver seemingly undeliverable mail, ran for one season on Hallmark, but proved popular enough to spawn a run of television movies.
How many movies? Probably more than you think.
In this post, I will highlight how many Signed, Sealed, Delivered movies there are, where they fit in with the television series, and what order they should be watched in. So, if you wish to know more (and of course you do), then read on!
The Signed, Sealed, Delivered TV series
OK, before I get onto the movies, I must first mention the TV series. As noted above, Signed, Sealed, Delivered started out as a television series. However, before the series even began, there was a pilot TV movie!
The pilot movie – which starred Eric Mabius and Kristin Booth – was called Second Chances. The film aired on the Hallmark Channel on October 12th 2013 and was a hit with audiences.
The following year, Second Chances was picked up as a series which ran for a total of ten episodes. The initial TV movie/series viewing order is as follows:
- Second Chances (TV movie)
- Time to Start Livin’
- To Whom it May Concern
- The Masterpiece
- The Edge of Forever
- The Future Me
- Something Good
- Dark of Night
- The Treasure Box
- A Hope and a Future
The series ended in June 2014, but that wasn’t the end of the road for Signed, Sealed, Delivered – it was merely the beginning of a new journey.
The Signed, Sealed, Delivered movies in order
Rather than continue Signed, Sealed, Delivered as a television show, Hallmark opted to rework the series as a collection of movies. By doing this, Signed, Sealed, Delivered would air two to three times a year, for multiple years.
The first movie hit screens in November 2014 under the title of Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas. This was followed in 2015 by three movies: From Paris with Love, Truth Be Told, and The Impossible Dream.
Three more movies aired in 2016, including From the Heart, One in a Million, and Lost Without You. Two movies aired in 2017: Higher Ground, and Home Again.
In 2018, two additional movies were broadcast. The first was The Road Less Travelled, which aired in February, while the second was To the Altar, which aired in July.
Between 2014 and 2018, a total of 11 Signed, Sealed, Delivered movies appeared on Hallmark. All but one of the movies (From the Heart) was directed by Kevin Fair.
If you wish to watch the Signed, Sealed, Delivered movies in order, begin with the pilot movie (Second Chances) and the ten-episode TV series, then watch the movies in the following order:
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas (2014)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From Paris with Love (2015)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Truth Be Told (2015)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Impossible Dream (2015)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From the Heart (2016)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: One in a Million (2016)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Lost Without You (2016)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Higher Ground (2017)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Home Again (2017)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Road Less Travelled (2018)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: To the Altar (2018)
And that should give you all the Signed, Sealed, Delivered content you could ever wish for.
If you’re a fan of Signed, Sealed, Delivered, or you’re just getting into the Signed, Sealed, Delivered movies, then you may wish to know that many of the movies are currently available on DVD.
The Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Movie Collection One and The Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Movie Collection Two are currently available on Region 1 DVD.
The Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Movie Collection One and Two are available from all good entertainment stockists, including Amazon US.
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