Feel All the Feels with “The Eleventh”

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You really want to check out the new series on Feeln. (and if you are not a subscriber to the Feeln streaming network–you are missing out on all of those wholesome and heartwrenching Hallmark movies— every mom needs a good cry now and then!)

Feeln is the leading streaming service that brings you heartfelt stories of love and togetherness – anytime, anywhere – including the exclusive library of Hallmark Hall of Fame features, Hollywood movies, TV series, and award-winning originals you won’t find anywhere else.

This Thursday, May 5, Feeln is launching its original series “The Eleventh” which stars a trifecta of TV legends including Florence Henderson (The Brady Bunch, Dancing With The Stars), Ed Asner (The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Roots, Up), and Cloris Leachman (The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Malcolm In The Middle).

“The Eleventh” follows a young girl’s journey to fulfill her mother’s last wish – to get to know and reconcile with her estranged grandmother.  This is a deeply touching series starring television’s best.

I had the chance to watch the first two episodes (and they are nice and mom-bite sized–only 12 minutes each–with NO commercials!). I find the story captivating, and it is reminding me to not lose touch with the ones that I love, and that love me too!

Watch full episodes of ‘The Eleventh’ on Feeln.

I can’t wait to see more.


Disclosure: I was provided with a subscription to the Feeln’ streaming service in return for my honest review. 

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About the author : Dakotapam

I'm a Lutheran pastor's wife and mom to six kids, including toddler twin girls. My life is sometimes normal, and sometimes crazy; but through it all, I know that I am blessed! Some people say that I have my hands full, I prefer to call it living life with both hands full, and I love it!

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