Hallmark’s ‘A Nashville Christmas Carol’ Reimagines Classic Story, With Country Twist

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So imagine if Dicken’s A Christmas Carol took place in Nashville, and some of your favorite country stars were the angels? Then, you would have Hallmark’s A Nashville Christmas Carol!

This upcoming Countdown To Christmas movie stars Jessy Schram (Amazing Winter Romance) and Wes Brown (Check Inn To Christmas). Oh, we mentioned some country stars! They include: Wynnona Judd, Kix Brooks, RaeLynn, Sara Evans!

What do we know about this country reimagining of the classic Christmas tale?

What Is Hallmark’s A Nashville Christmas Carol About?

According to the Hallmark press release, Vivienne Wake (Schram) has found herself in a very unenviable position. She is a tv producer, and Vivienne has a big Christmas special coming out. This is a big deal to her because she may be heading to L.A. soon. This is the big job that she has always dreamed of getting. But, things get complicated for the workaholic producer.

This special features an up and coming performer, Alexis (Raelynn). But, the special has some baggage, in the way of her childhood sweetheart, Gavin Chase (Brown). He manages headliner, Belinda (Evans).

Then, the ghost of her recently deceased mentor, Marilyn (Judd), visits her. Her late mentor is there to warn her about a “dark future.” She advises Vivienne that she will be greeted by other ghosts. Those include the Spirit of Christmas Past (Brooks), to remind her of some happier Christmases.

Then, she is met with the Spirit of Christmas Present (Kimberly Williams-Paisley). She is there to help Vivienne change her present life, and send her on the way to a more satisfying future.

Will the spirits help Vivienne give her a more meaningful life? And will Gavin be part of her future? There will certainly be some music and a whole lotta Nashville Christmas.

Watch For All My Children Alum

Be sure to watch for All My Children Alum, Amanda Baker, in Hallmark’s A Nashville Christmas Carol. She plays Jessy Schram’s mom in the past sequence.

About the movie, she told Digital Journal, “We all love Christmas movies and this one is going to involve a great story with a lot of great singing. I think country music fans are in for a treat. So tune in on November 21st on Hallmark.”

Hallmark, A Nashville Christmas Carol, Photo: Wynonna Judd Credit: ©2020 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Katherine Bomboy
A television producer is forced to work with the man who broke her heart on a country music Christmas special while being interrupted by Christmas spirits determined for her to revisit her past. Photo: Wynonna Judd Credit: ©2020 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Katherine Bomboy

When Can you Watch A Nashville Christmas Carol?

Hallmark’s A Nashville Christmas Carol premieres on the Hallmark Channel on Saturday, November 21, at 8 p.m., with Encores airing on Sunday, November 22 at 4 p.m., Wednesday, November 25, at 10:03 p.m., Saturday, November 28, at 2 p.m., Friday, December 4, at 6 p.m., Sunday, December 20, at 10 p.m., and Friday, December 25, at 5 p.m., all times Eastern.

Make sure to check the Hallmark Channel schedule for any changes or more encore showings. On premiere night, don’t forget to hop onto Twitter. There, you will find the Hallmark Channel stars of A Nashville Christmas Carol. They will be live tweeting. Be sure to say hi, you are watching and share your special feels from the movie, with the Hallmark stars.

Hallmark’s Countdown To Christmas will end sometime early in the new year.

Don’t forget to catch Jessy Schram and Wes Brown, in the premiere of A Nashville Christmas Carol, on November 21, 8 p.m. Eastern.

 

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