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Best of 2021 Recap : Hidden Gems

By January 31, 2022February 1st, 20228 Comments

We’re a month into 2022 and excited for all things new, which means new content is on the way! We thought we’d welcome you into 2022 by recapping our top Hidden Gems on UP Faith & Family from 2021.  Our Hidden Gems are awesome titles that you may have overlooked initially, but once viewed you will love them! Looking to watch a great movie or maybe revisit a forgotten title, check out this list to find your next watch!

This film was inspired by the North Philadelphia rugby team The Nomads.  Watch this inspiring film following a young teacher who introduces rugby to an inner-city high school during school closures and ongoing budget cuts. The Nomads can be watched on UP Faith & Family here.

Looking for a little excitement? Silver Wolf follows a ranger and his teen nephew as they go on a journey to protect an injured wolf from ranchers looking to kill it. This movie is for animal lovers and those who love a bit of excitement. Watch Silver Wolf on UP Faith & Family now.

If you love mysteries, the McBride series is for you! McBride: Murder Past Midnight is the first in the series following Mike McBride, a former cop turned defense lawyer. McBride takes on a client accused of murdering her husband. This is a must-see that can be watched on UP Faith & Family here.

Sometimes changing our environment can change the trajectory of our life. This holds true for the film Smitty as we follow teen Ben, who is sent to Iowa with his grandfather after continuously getting into trouble. Farm life, a new dog, and unexpected friends make for a great movie on second chances. Watch Smitty on UP Faith & Family

Florist and wedding planner Laurel had given up hope of finding Mr. Right when suddenly two great men caught her attention. Follow Laurel as she discovers what truly matters to her when it comes to love in Flower Girl on UP Faith & Family. Watch it here.


Sound off in the comments on your favorite hidden gem on UP Faith & Family. Let us know what titles were your favorite in 2021.



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