On Sunday, a month and a half after it was initially set to be released, “In the Key of Love” will finally make its debut on Hallmark Movies Now.

Originally set to premiere on Hallmark Channel on June 29 as part of the June Weddings event, the movie was first pushed to July 1 before ultimately getting delayed to August and moved over to the network’s online streaming service.

Tomorrow (Aug. 11), Hallmarkies will finally get to see two-time Tony nominee Laura Osnes and Scott Michael Foster (“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” “Greek”) make their Hallmark debuts when the movie hits HMN. Not only is this a first for the actors, but it’s also a first for Hallmark, as it’s Hallmark Movies Now’s first original premiere.

Like most streaming services, this one requires viewers to have a paid subscription in order to watch its content, but those who don’t already have a membership and were looking forward to originally watching the movie for free on Hallmark Channel shouldn’t worry because there’s still a way to see the movie without handing over any money.

There are currently two subscription plans for Hallmark Movies Now — annual and monthly. The former is $4.99 per month but billed annually at $59.99, while the latter is $5.99 per month but billed monthly and can be canceled at any time.

However, new users can get a free seven-day trial, which means Hallmarkies can watch “In the Key of Love” without having to pay a dime. Although a credit card is required to sign up, subscribers won’t be billed until after the trial period ends.

That means users need to remember to cancel the subscription before the seven days are up or else they’ll be charged for whichever subscription price they signed up for.

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Scott Michael Foster and Laura Osnes star in Hallmark Movies Now’s “In the Key of Love.” Crown Media / Kailey Schwerman

Once a plan is chosen, aside from on the computer, HMN can also be accessed with Roku players, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Samsung smart TVs, Sony smart TVs and blu-ray players, Chromecast, Xbox One, iPhones and iPads, Android phones, Kindle Fire and Windows 10 devices.

With all of that settled, here’s what Hallmarkies can expect from Hallmark Movies Now’s first original film:

“Maggie (Osnes), a former musician and singer who’s now a wedding photographer on Piedmont Island, has to confront her past when Jake (Foster), her ex-boyfriend and music partner, arrives for his sister’s wedding she’s photographing,” the synopsis shares. “While their families conspire to reunite them, Maggie’s not interested. But when they’re asked to perform together at the wedding, old feelings surface.”

The synopsis continues: “As they grow closer, Jake is called back to work the day of the wedding and leaves without saying goodbye. Realizing what’s important to him, he must find a way back in time to sing with Maggie and make her a life-changing offer.”

The cast for the Hallmark film, which was directed by Clare Niederpruem, also includes Shannon Chan-Kent (Sasha), Andrea Brooks (Jennifer Collins), Thomas Cadrot (Kyle), Colleen Winton (Evelyn), Peter Bryant (Mayor McCready), April Cameron (Lindsay), Devon Alexander (Derek), Sarah Hayward (Tricia), Shaine Jones (Kev), Zenia Marshall (Ashleigh) and Marco Soriano (Julio).

“In the Key of Love” has a teleplay by Joe Ricci and a story by Ricci, Kevin Duda and Julie Foldesi. It also features original songs by Foldesi and music by Genevieve Vincent.

Before the film even arrives, you can listen to Osnes chat with Hallmark Channels’ Bubbly Sesh hosts Jacks and Shawl on a recent episode of the podcast, where the actress opens up about making her Hallmark debut and the biggest differences between acting in film versus theater.

Then, check out the actual movie when “In the Key of Love” releases on Hallmark Movies Now on Sunday (Aug. 11).