'Crashing Through The Snow': Release date and how to watch the Hallmark Christmas film
After a spate of romantic dramas, Hallmark is ready to ring in the festival early.
Prepare for merriment as Hallmark kickstarts its 'Christmas in July' programming event with its only brand-new Christmas film 'Crashing Through The Snow'. After a spate of romantic dramas, the network is ready to ring in the festival early.
As part of its summer schedule, the channel will also air a mix of old and new Christmas classics. A few of titles include: 'Time For Us To Come Home For Christmas', 'Our Christmas Love Song', 'The Christmas Bow', and 'Christmas at Graceland: Home for the Holidays'.
Release date and how to watch
'Crashing Through The Snow' premieres on July 10, Saturday at 9/8c. For more information, check your local listings. While, fubo TV has a $64.99 monthly subscription plan that includes all of Hallmark's three channels, HGTV, and Lifetime, a Philo subscription comes at a flat rate of $20 a month and comes with a seven-day free trial. Frndly TV is your third and most reasonable option. At just $5.99 a month, you get 15 live channels, including all of Hallmark's.
Plot and cast
This Hallmark romance is working towards a blended family situation. Rarely, do we see exes get along but that is not the case here. Divorced couple Maggie (Amy Acker) and Jeff (Kristian Bruun) are comfortable in each other's company so much so that his new girlfriend Kate (Brooke Nevin) invites Maggie and her two daughters over for a Christmas getaway in Aspen.
"Maggie feels like a third wheel crashing their Christmas but she’s not alone for long as Kate’s hapless brother, Sam (Warren Christie), shows up unannounced with a plan. Always seeming to live in Kate’s shadow, Sam wants to put an end to that trend. He convinces Maggie that together, they can help give her daughters their best Christmas ever. But neither of them is adequately prepared for the blended family challenges that lie ahead – or the feelings they develop for one another," the official synopsis reads.
Directed by Rich Newey, 'Crashing Through the Snow', a new original movie, is from Crown Media Productions, LLC. Serving as executive producers are Stan Spry, Eric Woods, and Ryan M. Murphy. Joining the team as a co-executive producer is Anthony Fankhauser, while Devan Towers will function as co-producer.
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