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LOVE ON THE ROAD

"A Delightful Slice of Romance and Americana"

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What You Need To Know:

LOVE ON THE ROAD is a romance on UPtv about the female host of a restaurant makeover show. Abby Brooks is ordered by her food network boss to take her restaurant makeover show to a small town in rural Minnesota. However, when she gets there, she learns the location is just a small family diner. Also, the young, widowed owner, Tom, knows nothing about the arrangement. His aunt submitted the diner’s name because she thinks Tom isn’t reaching his full potential as a chef. Abby overcomes Tom’s objections to the makeover when his daughter, Claire, takes a liking to Abby and agrees with Tom’s aunt about the need for a makeover. Will Tom also surrender to the call of romance?

The chemistry among the cast of LOVE ON THE ROAD overcomes the formulaic plot. Also, the characters are charming, and all the actors deliver appealing performances. As a result, the story also has some touching, heartfelt moments. LOVE ON THE ROAD is a delightful diversion with no objectionable content. It has a strong moral, pro-capitalist worldview with a positive feel for small-town America.

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Dominant Worldview and Other Worldview Content/Elements:
Strong Moral, pro-capitalist worldview with a positive view of small town America

Foul Language:
No obscenities or profanities

Violence:
No violence

Sex:
No sex scenes or sexual immorality, just some romance

Nudity:
No nudity

Alcohol Use:
Light wine drinking

Smoking and/or Drug Use and Abuse:
No smoking or drugs; and,

Miscellaneous Immorality:
Nothing else objectionable.

More Detail:

LOVE ON THE ROAD is a romance on UPtv about the female host of a restaurant makeover show whose TV network orders her to take the show on the road, with the first stop being a small family diner in Minnesota run by a stubborn young man set in his ways. LOVE ON THE ROAD is a delightful diversion with charming characters, a good cast with lots of chemistry and a heartwarming small-town vibe.

Abby Brooks, the beautiful host of a big city restaurant makeover show on a food network, is ordered to do a show on the road in a small town in Minnesota. When she and her director, Kenna, get there, however, they realize the restaurant is only a small family diner called Rocko’s Diner. Inside the establishment, the handsome young widowed owner, Tom Billings, doesn’t know anything about the show. It turns out that his Aunt Marge, who helps Tom in the diner, arranged for Abby to come do the show. She feels Tom isn’t reaching his potential as a chef and is too dependent on the diner’s traditions set by his parents.

Reluctantly, Tom agrees to let Abby do a makeover on the diner, but he fights her at nearly every turn. However, when Tom’s daughter, Claire, takes a liking to Abby and sides with Aunt Marge, he surrenders and calls a truce with Abby.

As time passes, there’s no denying there’s a spark of romance growing between Tom and Abby. Tom is reluctant to commit to a relationship, though, since Abby will soon be moving on to her next location for the show’s new format. Just when he thinks there might be a chance for a long-term relationship, however, he overhears a phone conversation with Abby’s network producer, which leads to a big misunderstanding.

The chemistry among the cast of LOVE ON THE ROAD overcomes the formulaic plot. Also, the characters are charming, and all the actors deliver appealing performances. As a result, the story also has some touching, heartfelt moments. LOVE ON THE ROAD is a delightful diversion with no objectionable content. It has a strong moral, pro-capitalist worldview with a positive feel for small-town America.