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A documentary that follows the community of Newtown, CT as they recover from the unimaginable tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
The American Bible Challenge is a fun, spirited game show that celebrates the Bible, its teachings, relevance and place in American culture.
Recently married journalist Peyton MacGruder (Genie Francis) has just written her first book based on her relationship advice column “The Heart Healer.” Traveling to a scenic village in Washington State on her book tour, Peyton is surprised when her husband King (Ted McGinley) shows up with a special weekend planned at a beautiful cottage for their first anniversary.
Katie Lapp (Katie Leclerc) is an innocent young Amish woman who has ventured out of her small Lancaster community for the first time after a painful incident led to her “shunning” from the very township that raised her. As she …
Serving Life is the first OWN original documentary airing on the network narrated and executive produced by Academy Award ® winner Forest Whitaker. The film takes viewers inside Louisiana’s maximum-security prison at Angola, where the average sentence is more than 90 years. The prisoners within its walls are the worst of the worst – rapists, kidnappers and murderers. With prison sentences so long, 85 percent will never again live in the outside world. Instead, the will grow old and die in Angola.
Before she succumbs to cancer, the dying wish of Laura Mayfield-Bennett is to be reunited with the daughter she never knew. Unfortunately, that daughter, Katie Lapp, is a member of the Amish order. Katie is about to be married, but …
Having been reunited with Christine, the daughter she gave up for adoption 18 years earlier, Peyton MacGruder (Genie Francis) is still learning the ropes of parenting. She’s also busy writing her “Heart Healer” column, as well as managing a relationship …
After a tragic plane crash, a local journalist discovers a note that she believes was written by one of the passengers. She seeks the note’s intended receiver, but the journey is more revealing of her own past. Directed by: Doug …
The first sequel picks up with Missie now in her 20s, and an elementary school teacher in her small town. She lives at home with Clark and Marty and their two boys, Missie’s younger brothers. Missie adores reading as much …
A woman reluctantly goes with her husband to settle in the West. He dies, leaving her to fend for herself over a brutal winter. A widower invites her to stay with him to help raise his teenage daughter. Over the …
For over 25 years, Odyssey has created award-winning content that entertains, engages, and transforms audiences. Our productions have aired on Hallmark Channel, OWN, A&E, GSN, CBS, Smithsonian, National Geographic, BBC, History, and Discovery; winning critical acclaim and setting ratings records.
Our 2011 documentary Serving Life, executive-produced by Forest Whitaker, has won 12 awards including the Humanitas Prize, and the prestigious CINE Special Jury Award and CINE Master Award. Odyssey is currently producing a feature-length documentary about the aftermath of the shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT, documenting the healing process in Newtown over the course of the first crucial year through the lens of the spiritual leaders of the community, the clergy.
Our first foray in to game show territory, The American Bible Challenge, shattered network records at Game Show Network and has been renewed for a 3rd season to premiere in 2014. The American Bible Challenge, hosted by comedian Jeff Foxworthy and featuring musical co-host Kirk Franklin, won the Movie Guide Awards Epiphany Prize for Most Inspiring Television Program in 2013.
Our films; Love Comes Softly, Loves Enduring Promise, The Note, Taking a Chance on Love, and Notes From The Heart Healer have been huge ratings successes with Hallmark Channel and are adored by both fans and critics.
Currently we’re in production on four films … Stranded In Paradise based on the novel by Lori Copeland, For Better or For Worse based on the novel by Diann Hunt, My Life as Doormat based on the novel by Rene Gutteridge, all for Hallmark Channel, and Paper Angels based on the book by country singer Jimmy Wayne for UP.
With a full production slate and a long list of projects on deck in development, Odyssey Networks is firmly committed to producing family-friendly, value-oriented, “Virtuetainment”.
Ginia Bellafante (New York Times)
Hank Steuver (Washington Post)
Laura Fries (Variety.Com)
Brian Lowery (Variety.com)
Matthew Gilbert (Boston Globe)