'Holidays With The Houghs': Air date, synopsis, features and everything you need to know about special program on NBC
With just a few more days until the Holidays commence and it looks like the Boulevard of Hollywood is already soaked in the spirits of Holiday season. Coming to your TV sets is a show you may not want to miss because not every day you get to see the popular Hough siblings shaking it out!
This Holiday season is going to be extra special because you will be kickstarting the season with the popular Hough brother-sister duo— Julianne and Derek, only on NBC network.
The Holiday special show is going to air on December 16, 2019, on NBC.
According to the official synopsis on NBC, "The hourlong special will feature brother and sister and Emmy Award-winning choreographers Derek and Julianne Hough, each of whom and together will perform in show-stopping musical and dance performances. The duo’s friendly sibling rivalry will be on full display as they compete in putting their own spin on holiday classics, share family holiday traditions and create new ones for seasons to come."
Apart from the showstopping performances by the Houghs, there will be special appearances by today's top recording artists, comedy sketches, heartwarming surprises and celebrity friends dropping by!
Be assured to experience some mindblowing performances from Ne-Yo and Ciara and at least one gravity-defying dance number!
Who will be performing
Emmy Award-winner Julianne Hough is known for her success in the worlds of TV, films, and music. She is known for starring in films like 'Footloose', 'Dirty Grandpa', 'Safe Haven' and 'Rock of Ages'. She will be delivering some mesmerizing performances on this show, so don't miss out!
Derek Hough is a two-time Primetime Emmy awardee and has appeared on 'Dancing with the Stars', 'Nashville', 'Make Your Move' and 'Hairspray Live'. He will be delivering some spectacular performances with his sister, Julianne Hough!
Where to watch
Tune in to NBC network at 10 PM ET/PT, on December 16, to watch the spectacle.