The Art of Us (2017): Hallmark Re-imagines ‘My Fair Lady’

May 26, 2017 1 Comment

In case you don’t know this, Saturday May 20th is “Eliza Doolittle Day.” I don’t know how “real” this is, but it sounds like a fun thing to knowledge (#WishfulWonder certainly takes advantage of this!) and perhaps, evokes in us memories of the classic film My Fair Lady.

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See Taylor Cole (a favorite #Hallmark leading lady) in The Art of Us (2017) – Hallmark Re-imagines 'My Fair Lady' Click To Tweet

Whether consciously or not, Hallmark Channel takes full advantage of the day and premiered a new original that revises the classic. Set in the contemporary world, the story isn’t so much “remake” as it is an extension that honors a timeless and romantic classic.

The Art of Us, based on the novel by Teri Wilson (who also wrote Hallmark’s Unleashing Mr. Darcy – which you all know I 100% adore), is a celebration of its inspiration. The changes, the unique markers and the cast all make this one an effortless 90 minutes of entertainment. All minutes sure to leave you with a happy smile.

The Art of Us (2017) Hallmark Channel Review

Saturday, May 20th celebrated a special character that lives inside a classic, old-fashioned story. May the twentieth is Eliza Doolittle Day which places a spotlight on the leading lady of My Fair Lady. Whether or not Hallmark Channel was aware, this past Saturday they celebrated the day with an original, The Art of Us. Continue Reading on Silver Petticoat Review →

Let me know: what did you think of this adaptation?? I’d love to chat with you.


Photos: Hallmark Channel / Crown Media Press

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amateur photog. #bookblogger. downton abbey. inspys. internet-photo-shy. writer. the aspiration is to someday write professionally. a girl can dream, right?

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