October has arrived, which means that nonstop Christmas movies can’t be far behind. The Great American Family network will celebrate the season with 20 new Christmas-themed movies, beginning on October 21.
The network is seen as an alternative to the Hallmark Channel.
Here is a quick rundown on the family friendly movies:
“A Christmas Blessing”
Logline: “A TV chef (Loughlin) is divinely inspired to take over her late aunt’s charity with help from a new friend (Hutch) and handsome business associate next door (Tupper).
“A Christmas Commission” (working title)
Stars: Sarah Fisher and Simon Arblaster
Logline: “Two rival realtors are forced to work together to sell one special house before Christmas.”
“A Christmas for the Ages”
Stars: Natasha Bure, Anna Ferguson, Kate Craven and Cheryl Lad
Logline: “Prompted by their youngest granddaughter (Bure), four generations celebrate family and what Christmas was like in the 40s, 60s, 90s and present day.”
“A Dash of Christmas”
Stars: Laura Osnes and Christopher Russell
Logline: “A marketing exec (Osnes) must learn a recipe to get her dream job and ends up entered in a holiday bakeoff with a dream baker (Russell).”
“A Model Christmas” (working title)
Stars: Ash Tsai and Joey Heyworth
Logline: “While on a charity press tour, a model (Tsai) ends up stranded by the weather at the family home of the driver (Heyworth) she hired to assist her for the week.”
“A Paris Christmas Waltz”
Logline: “A novice dancer (Lilley) pairs with a professional (Morrison) to enter a renowned dance competition in Paris.”
“A Royal Christmas Holiday”
Stars: Brittany Underwood and Jonathan Stoddard
Logline: “In search of her big break, a reporter (Underwood) arranges a Christmas interview with a European Prince (Stoddard) visiting the states. Will the reporter’s big story become her love story?”
–Alan Goforth | Metro Voice