|Written by||Patricia MacLachlan|
|Directed by||Joseph Sargent|
|Theme music composer||David Shire|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producers||Glenn Close|
Robert Huddleston (line producer)
|Production locations||Osage City, Kansas|
|Running time||95 minutes|
|Production company||Hallmark Hall of Fame Productions|
|Original release||February 7, 1993|
|Preceded by||Sarah, Plain and Tall|
|Followed by||Sarah, Plain and Tall: Winter's End|
|Hallmark Hall of Fame episode|
|Episode no.||Season 42|
|Original air date||7 February 1993|
Skylark (also titled Skylark: The Sequel to Sarah, Plain and Tall) is a 1993 Hallmark Hall of Fame made-for-television drama film and is a sequel to Sarah, Plain and Tall (1991).
The Witting farm is in trouble from a severe drought. Jacob and Sarah begin to wonder what will happen to the family if they have to leave the farm. Sarah decides to take Anna and Caleb to her hometown of Maine while Jacob stays at the farm to make sure it is safe and sound. When the family arrives in Maine and Anna and Caleb meet Sarah's family who completely fall in love with them. It is also there that Sarah reveals to her brother William, aunts Lou, Harriet, Matilda"Mattie" and her stepchildren that she is pregnant with her and Jacob's child together.
It was followed by another sequel, Sarah, Plain and Tall: Winter's End.
It aired in 1993 on CBS as a Hallmark Hall of Fame film, and now is regularly shown on Hallmark Channel.
Glenn Close was nominated for the 1993 Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries.