He’s the king of Christmas movies. She’s a shop owner who gave up on her dreams. Hallmark’s latest Countdown To Christmas movie is about a romance between a movie star and a normal person. Could that work? At Christmastime, anything can happen. Therefore, you need to watch Lights, Camera, Christmas to find out!
Starring in the very fun Lights, Camera, Christmas is Kimberley Sustad (Christmas By Starlight, Wedding Every Weekend), John Brotherton (Fuller House, The Christmas Contest), Laura Soltis (Five Star Christmas, Autumn In The City), Matthew Kevin Anderson (Game, Set, Love, Love, Classified), Leila Harrison (Convos With My 2-Year Old, The Convos Show), Veronica Long (Green Fiction: Pilot, The Imperfects), Kallie Hu (Grease: Rise Of The Pink Ladies, Just One Kiss), Garfield Wilson (Snowpiercer, Schmigadoon!), Jana Berengel (Beverly Hills Wedding, You Me Her), Nik Andrews (Time Sheds No Tears, Two Sentence Horror Stories), Julie Howgate (So Help Me Todd, Mystery 101), Marissa Leong (A Tale Of Two Christmases, Noelle), and Christina Walls (Signed, Sealed, Delivered, Witches Of East End).
What Is Hallmark’s Lights, Camera, Christmas About?
According to the Hallmark synopsis, “When a movie shoot descends on a small town to film a Christmas movie, local boutique owner Kerry (Sustad) gets hired at the last minute to replace the film’s costume designer. As if this unexpected turn of events isn’t major enough, Kerry also finds herself falling for Brad Barton, (Brotherton) the movie’s famous and charismatic leading man who is starting to pursue more challenging acting roles.”
“Meanwhile, everyone in the town is excited over the movie shoot including Kerry’s mom (Soltis) who is Brad’s biggest fan. Kerry begins to reconnect with her lost love of the holidays while discovering a renewed passion for clothing design. As her relationship with Brad deepens, they will need to decide if their career ambitions and romance can coexist.”
When Can You Watch Lights, Camera, Christmas?
The premiere of Lights, Camera, Christmas is on Saturday, November 5, at 8 p.m., Eastern, on the Hallmark Channel. Encore showings include Sunday, November 6, at 12 p.m., Wednesday, November 9, at 8 p.m., Saturday, November 19, at 2 p.m., Friday, November 25, at 4 p.m., and Wednesday, November 30, at 10 a.m., all times Eastern.
Don’t Miss A Maple Valley Christmas On Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
Right after Lights, Camera, Christmas, flip over to Hallmark’s sister channel, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. Airing at 10 p.m., Eastern on November 5, is A Maple Valley Christmas.
This highly-anticipated Miracles Of Christmas movie stars Andrew W. Walker and Peyton List. What happens when the son of a developer goes to a struggling farm only to fall in love with the owner’s daughter?
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