Santa Claus got it right this year for fans of The Young and the Restless' Victoria Rowell (ex-Drucilla Winters) and Kristoff St. John (Neil Winters). The stars are reuniting for a holiday flick called A Baby For Christmas.
The UPtv film, sequel to Marry Me for Christmas and Marry US for Christmas, started production this week and features both Rowell and St. John, popular for playing one of Y&R's most beloved supercouples.
"Undeniably GOOD filming with @kristoffjohn1" Rowell tweeted of the film, which seems to have all the classic staples any holiday film should. "Working w/Kristoff is like riding a bike."
States the official teaser: "This Christmas, the Chandler family, much to Stephanie's (Rowell) dismay, seem to be distracted from the usual family holiday traditions. Marci (Malinda Williams) and Blair (Karon Riley), who tied the knot in last year's Marry US For Christmas, are eagerly awaiting the birth of their first child due on Christmas day. The couple is doing everything in their power to ensure that they have the perfect baby girl - from meditation to changing their eating habits. Work-wise, Marci is trying to juggle impending motherhood with meeting the demands of her top client, Friendly Family Floral. Blair is back to running his own firm. Money is tight but he and Marci are happy and eagerly awaiting the arrival of their little bundle of joy. Meanwhile, Marci's Aunt Myra (DeEtta West) and Uncle Donald (Greg Alan Williams), who recently retired, are feeling useless. Eventually they find a meaningful way to occupy their time at the urging of Donald's cousin, Gavin Brooks (Clifton Powell). Aunt Elizabeth (Chrystale Wilson) is obsessed with getting a promotion at work. Add to the mix, Stephanie's blooming romance with Lawrence (St. John) - who is torn between being with her or continuing his mission work. It appears the Chandler's have abandoned their Christmas traditions and lost the spirit of Christmas. That is, until a group of kids at an orphanage helps the family to realize there is more to Christmas than wrapping gifts and baking cookies."
Watch for the premiere of A Baby for Christmas on Sunday, December 13 on UPtv.
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