Lifetime’s latest movie, A Welcome Home Christmas, is about the veterans community, when they return home from war. Starring Jana Kramer (One Tree Hill) and Brandon Quinn (The Fosters), this is a Christmas romcom that is about service to your country and your community.
What Is A Welcome Home Christmas About?
According to the Lifetime Christmas movie preview, Chloe Marquee (Kramer) comes from a military family. She has always supported the military and veterans. This includes the local Christmas toy drive.
Chloe winds up paired with Michael Fischer (Quinn). Now a car mechanic, Michael is a recently returned vet. In order to make this toy drive a success, they have to really work together. This means convincing current and former military to participate in this important charity.
Turns out, they make a wonderful team. Soon, they get a lot of cooperation and a little Christmas magic. Most importantly, you see something special happen between the pair.
Now, the community all will meet at the Officer’s Christmas Ball. The children will see Santa Claus, and get a Christmas gift. Chloe and Michael acknowledge their own Christmas gift. Can they find the courage to acknowledge what they feel for each other?
This It’s A Wonderful Lifetime Christmas movie airs on November 7, at 8 p.m. Eastern time. There will be many encore performances of this very special Lifetime Christmas movie, including Veteran’s Day, Wednesday, November 11.
Dallas Alum Charlene Tilton Stars In Lifetime Christmas Movie
Former Dallas star Charlene Tilton stars in A Welcome Home Christmas. According to Digital Journal, she plays Lynn Marquee. She portrays Chloe Marquee’s mom. A widow, her military husband paid the ultimate sacrifice.
Tilton loves this role because, “It’s not just the members of the military that makes sacrifices, it’s the whole family.” A Welcome Home Christmas acknowledges the roles that the family members play.
Thanks to Amazon Prime, a new generation of viewers have been watching Charlene in Dallas. Charlene Tilton played Lucy Ewing, the Ewing family wild child. Although she portrayed Larry Hagman’s niece on the show, the former I Dream Of Jeannie star was a surrogate father to her. He may have played the cold and ruthless J.R. Ewing on tv, but he was Charlene’s parental figure in real life.
Despite ups and downs with her career, she is still acting in a lot of different shows. In addition, she is now a “glam-ma” to two young grandsons.
Lifetime Will Air Movie On Veteran’s Day
During It’s A Wonderful Lifetime, the network airs a lot of fun Christmas movies. But, they do want to raise awareness of our military on Veteran’s Day. This is why A Welcome Home Christmas is also airing on Veteran’s Day to show the realities of military families during the holidays.
This It’s A Wonderful Lifetime Christmas movie premieres on November 7, at 8 p.m. Eastern time.