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Once Upon a Sunset
Length: 9 hrs and 8 mins
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Diana Gallagher-Cary is at a tipping point. As a Washington, DC, OB/GYN at a prestigious hospital, she uses her career to distract herself from her grief over her granny’s death and her breakup from her long-term boyfriend after her free-spirited mother moves in with her. But when she makes a medical decision that disparages the hospital, she is forced to go on a short sabbatical. Never one to wallow, Diana decides to use the break to put order in her life, when her mother, Margo, stumbles upon a box of letters from her grandfather, Antonio Cruz, to her grandmother from the 1940s.
Heart Resort, a private resort in the Outer Banks, is a romantic getaway for couples but a hotbed of family drama for its proprietors, the Puso family. Brandon Puso, the youngest of the four siblings, prefers life on his own as a licensed contractor in DC after a falling-out with his eldest brother. After a hurricane plows through the Outer Banks, Brandon has a change of heart. He returns to the resort to help with the grand reopening but encounters his big sister’s best friend, designer Geneva Harris, who’s there to do the same thing. But Geneva and Brandon have a secret.
The de la Rosa family and their wedding-planning business have been creating happily-ever-afters in the Washington, DC, area for years, making even the most difficult bride’s day a fairy tale. But when their parents announce their retirement, the sisters - Marisol, Janelyn, and Pearl - are determined to take over the business themselves. But the sisters quickly discover the wedding business isn’t all rings and roses. Even when disaster strikes - whether it’s a wardrobe malfunction or a snowmageddon in the middle of a spring wedding - they realize they’ll always have each other.
Online food blogger Victoria Aquino has spent years doing social media for True North and Paraiso Retreats, and she’s ready to take her blog and writing to the next level. But after she was catfished and suffered a heartbreak, she’s clamoring for change. She auditions for and accepts a food host opportunity: covering the Labor Day holiday BBQ festivals along the California coast. For eight days, she’ll travel with a producer and a camera and sound person, in a vintage - and rickety - RV, and she’ll get her very first byline as a video journalist.
Bryn Aquino, the former manager of a Filipino restaurant, knows the value of hard work. With a shiny new MBA in tow and an investor, she’s ready to start her own business: a culinary retreat where visitors can relax, cook, and enjoy life’s simple pleasures. Dubbed Paraiso Retreats, she leases the childhood home of army reservist Mitchell Dunford - who returned from Afghanistan to revive his family’s vineyard - but finds herself in a bind when her investor pulls out of the business.
Camille Marino has got a full plate. As the sole guardian of her 18-year-old sister and the head chef and owner of a food truck, she’s used to life being a juggling act. With food to cook, social media accounts to manage, and a little sister to look after, she doesn’t have time for much else. That is, until Drew Bautista walks back into her life. Drew is Camille’s former high school crush, and he returns to San Francisco to repair his relationship with his father before he ships out for deployment.