Hallmark Photo: Amy Acker, Warren Christie Credit: ©2021 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Steven Ackerman

Hallmark’s ‘Crashing Through The Snow’: When To Watch One Of Year’s Best Christmas Movies

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Not all Christmas movie fans watch Christmas in July. Therefore, many may have missed one of Hallmark’s best (so far) Christmas movies of 2021. That is Crashing Through The Snow.

This movie stars Amy Acker (Person Of InterestA Nutcracker Christmas), Warren Christie (If I Only Had ChristmasBatwoman), Kristian Bruun (Orphan Black, A Shoe Addict’s Christmas), and Brooke Nevin (Jingle Around The Clock, The Christmas Market).

What Is Hallmark’s Crashing Through The Snow About?

Hallmark’s Crashing Through The Snow first aired in July. What is this movie about? According to the synopsis, Maggie (Acker) and her ex-husband, Jeff (Bruun), may be divorced, but they remain close friends. Moreover, their priority is always their children.

However, this is their first Christmas apart. That is because Jeff’s girlfriend, Kate (Nevin), feels bad about the situation. So, she spontaneously invites Maggie to her family’s lavish vacation home in Aspen. Maggie cannot say no when her kids tell her that it will not be Christmas without her.

As Maggie is settled into Kate’s ne’er-do-well brother’s spacious room, she is caught dancing and singing by none other than Sam (Christie), Kate’s chef brother. He has been working and living in Japan. He surprised the family by showing up. Moreover, he wants his room back. But, Maggie is not relenting. They don’t really like each other, and she does not trust him.

Who is also relentless is Kate. She has made non-stop Christmas plans that are over-the-top, and Maggie feels her traditions cannot compare. Sam and Kate have some unresolved issues, so he is happy to help Maggie out. He wants to help Maggie excel in everything that Kate thinks up. In return, she is going to help him achieve one of his dreams. Win/win, right?

They spend time together and really start to bond. Although she has focused on family since the divorce, and not on dating, Maggie starts to feel that she is falling for Sam. But, she needs someone who is solid. Sam is unpredictable, and a flight risk.

Can Maggie trust her heart again?

When Is Hallmark’s Crashing Through The Snow Airing?

Ready to learn when can you watch Hallmark’s Crashing Through The Snow? The next showings include Saturday, November 20, at 8 a.m., Wednesday, November 24, at 10 a.m., Monday, December 6, at 12 p.m., Tuesday, December 14, at 6 a.m., and Friday, December 24, at 2 p.m., all times Eastern, on the Hallmark Channel.

Hallmark Photo: Brooke Nevin, Kristian Bruun Credit: ©2021 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Steven Ackerman
Hallmark Photo: Brooke Nevin, Kristian Bruun Credit: ©2021 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Steven Ackerman

Amy Acker Shares Insights Into Crashing In The Snow

Hallmark’s Crashing In The Snow stars Warren Christie and Amy Acker have been friends a long time. Amy explained to TV Insider, that they both jumped at the chance to act in a Christmas movie together.

They especially loved that this was not a “typical” Hallmark movie, as it “tackles” the blended family issues. Moreover, they do it in a very grown-up way.

There are lots of Christmas feels in Crashing Through The Snow, and the chemistry between Amy and Warren is outstanding. Be sure to watch this terrific Christmas In July movie this Christmas holiday season.

If you follow Deck the Hallmark, all three podcast hosts have this movie in their top five this season. This has been the movie to beat this season, so don’t miss it!

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