'Carole's Christmas': Release date, plot, cast and everything you need to know about OWN's holiday movie
Here's everything you need to know about 'Carole's Christmas'.
Nothing spells a good Christmas like a feel-good family film. And there is an extensive list for the festive season, which is just two months away. One among them is 'Carole’s Christmas' which is all about making time for your loved ones in a crazily busy and hectic world.
'Carole’s Christmas' will release on Friday, November 22 on OWN.
'Carole’s Christmas' revolves around an overworked businesswoman Carole Jordan (Kimberly Elise), who learns to be “careful for what you wish for” after she impulsively wishes that she had taken a different path in life. Her wish is granted, and in her new world, she can only confide in Iris, whom she recognizes from her earlier life. She realizes that she no longer has time for family, friends and learns how grateful she was for her earlier life.
The film stars Jackee Henry and Kimberly Elise. Henry is an actress, singer, comedian, director and television personality. She is known for her role as Sandra Clark on the NBC TV series '227' and Lisa Landry on the WB sitcom 'Sister, Sister'.
Elise has acted in films such as 'John Q', The 'Manchurian Candidate' and 'Death Wish'.
Directed by David DeCoteau, who has helmed films like 'The Wrong Roommate', 'A Husband For Christmas' and 'Knock ‘Em Dead'. The story has been written by Jay Cipriani, who is known for his work on 'A Husband For Christmas', 'A Golden Christmas' and 'Curb Your Enthusiasm'.
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Where to watch:
'Carole’s Christmas' will air on Oprah Winfrey’s Network on Friday, November 22.
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