It's literally the more the merrier over at Hallmark, which just announced details for its 37th (yes, thirtyseventh!) "Countdown to Christmas" film, which stars All My Children alum Justin Bruening.
The network broke its own record of holiday movies shown in one year with the addition of Last Vermont Christmas, which is scheduled to premiere on Hallmark Movies and Mysteries on November 19.
The holly and jolly film follows Megan (Erin Cahill), a girl who heads home with her two sisters for one final holiday hurrah after learning her parents are selling her childhood house. While she's there, she'll try to come to grips with the sale, which is made even more complicated when she discovers that her former flame (Bruening) is the buyer.
Last Vermont Christmas joins 36 other festive films premiering this year that feature familiar faces like Lacey Chabert (ex-Bianca Montgomery, AMC), Alison Sweeney (Sami Brady, Days of our Lives), Lori Loughlin, Kellie Pickler, LeAnna Rimes and more.
The on-screen holiday festivities kick off during the "Countdown to Christmas" premiere on October 27, so you better clear your calendar and prep your DVR!
Bruening played AMC's Jamie from 2003 to 2011 and went on to appear in shows like Grey's Anatomy, Ringer, Switched at Birth and Hawaii Five-0.
UPDATE (December 10, 2018) : If you couldn't find Last Vermont Christmas in your TV listings, there's a pretty good reason why. Almost Never Films has announced that Hallmark Movies & Mysteries will be airing the company’s holiday feature Last Vermont Christmas on Tuesday, December 11. Check out a sneak peek preview of the festive film here.
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