Over the weekend, viewers of the Saturday night premiere of “Wedding Every Weekend” on The Hallmark Channel took to Twitter to rave about the network’s first same-sex wedding.

The TV movie starred Kimberley Sustad and Paul Campbell as Brooke and Nate, two single friends that attended four weddings in four weeks as each other’s plus-ones.

Over the course of the film, the two fall in love, but the folks on Twitter were more excited about the same-sex wedding between supporting characters Vicky (Carmel Amit) and Amanda (Makayla Moore) that was featured in the film.

“Tonight so much for me came true! I got to see diverse and inclusive storytelling in my beloved @hallmarkchannel movies! More to come, I know it. So proud to be a part of the Hallmark family!!! #Loveisloveislove #Hallmarkies #WeddingEveryWeekend,” one fan tweeted.

Another person added, “What the what?! @hallmarkchannel quietly adding a lesbian wedding to one of its summer premiere movies just made my night! Love the inclusiveness! Sparkling heart #WeddingEveryWeekend.”

Meanwhile, one viewer praised the network’s decision and admitted they were looking forward to what’s next. 

“Important! As a network focused on love, @hallmarkchannel can give real visibility to relationships b/w all the beautiful & différent people around us every day. I look forward to the possible Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern, Black, gay, trans, Jewish, Muslim characters,” the individual wrote.

Hallmark’s first same-sex wedding comes less than a year after the network’s CEO Mike Perry issued an apology after facing backlash over pulling several commercials that featured two women kissing at their wedding.

“Earlier this week, a decision was made at Crown Media Family Networks to remove commercials featuring a same-sex couple. The Crown Media team has been agonizing over this decision as we’ve seen the hurt it has unintentionally caused,” Perry said at the time. 

“Said simply, they believe this was the wrong decision. Our mission is rooted in helping all people connect, celebrate traditions, and be inspired to capture meaningful moments in their lives. Anything that detracts for this purpose is not who we are. As the CEO of Hallmark, I am sorry for the hurt and disappointment this has caused.”

Hallmark Same-Sex Wedding “Wedding Every Weekend” features The Hallmark Channel’s first same-sex wedding. Photo: Crown Media/Ryan Plummer