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Petitioning Hallmark Channel and 1 other

Make WHEN CALLS THE HEART more historically accurate

It has come to light that the Hallmark Channel does not like the clothing styles and etc. of the era that the beloved drama WHEN CALLS THE HEART is set in which is the 1910s. Hence the more modernized and modified style and attire of season two that has been produced. While When Calls the Heart still remains a wonderfully portrayed television production with captivating storylines and heartfelt drama, historical accuracy is important for its continued success in my personal opinion. The wardrobe department and etc. has strove for major accuracy going into season two and has not been able to do so in its entirety because of the Hallmark Channel's wishes. The viewing audience has the right to be able to see the 1910s how it really was. While I remain increasingly grateful to the network for bringing us this production, I ask of the Hallmark Channel to consider revising the historical aspects of the series for future seasons. SIGN THIS PETITION TODAY to let Hallmark know how much history and the culture and clothing of yesteryear means to you as a Heartie. Let Hallmark know that along with more seasons of this wonderful show, we would so dearly like to see Hallmark give the entire crew of When Calls the Heart 100% freedom to recreate the era in its full glory and accuracy within the wardrobe, hair and makeup, props, and etc. how it would have been in the 1910s to the best of the crew's ability and available resources. (A special thank you to wardrobe designer Allisa Swanson for your efforts and talent on the show)

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  • Crown Media


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