A youth choir director (Chenoweth) needs to write a big song for the Christmas Eve show but "finds herself distracted" when a boy with a golden voice (Kevin Quinn) joins her choir, which will come as news to his widowed father (Wolf).
Lauren Gabriel leaves everything behind in Boston to embark on a new chapter in her life and career. But an unforeseen detour to the charming town of Grandon Falls has her discover ... See full summary »
Candace Cameron Bure,
A recent widow travels with her son to Virginia hometown for Christmas. On the way they meet a man, who is also heading to the same destination. As they continue to spend time together, the pair grows closer.
Ella Dashwood (Erin Krakow) and her sister Marianne (Kimberley Sustad) are huge Christmas enthusiasts and own a party-planning business. One of their new clients is a toy company and they don't see eye-to-eye with Edward Ferris (Luke Macfarlane), the company's C.E.O.
Julia comes home to spend the holidays with her family running their inn only to get caught up in a longstanding feud with a rival business. To complicate matters, the competition is an irresistible guy called Ryan.
Having had one Broadway success in a musical she wrote herself, Katherine Clark is now happier in her current life teaching, she leading a youth choir, an offshoot of which is preparing for its annual Christmas Eve fundraiser. The fundraiser ensures the continuation of the choir for another year. She hits two eleventh hour snags with the show. First, her friend commissioned to write the title song for the fundraiser has to bow out due to other commitments, leaving no title song, the recording of which arguably would be the source of much of their money. That forces Katherine herself to write the song, something she thought she had put long behind her. And second, her star tenor comes down with a bug, he unable to perform in the show. Katherine believes she's found a replacement, the young man, Danny, who just happened to be interning for one day doing odd jobs as extra credit in his application to business school. She discovers that he has untapped natural musical talent. A further ...Written by
The exterior of the Broadway house used for the choir's concert is the Belasco Theatre on 44th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues in New York City, but the interior bears no resemblance whatsoever to the inside of that playhouse. It is actually the Knight Theater in Charlotte, NC See more »
Katherine has two framed playbills on the wall of her apartment, one of which is the fictional "Penelope," which her character wrote and starred in. The other is the 1979 revival of "Oklahoma!," in which actress Kristin Chenoweth, born in 1968, would not have been old enough to appear. See more »