'Hot Chocolate Holiday': 5 things to know about Lifetime Christmas movie
The right mix is ideal for the perfect hot chocolate, and Colette has to make sure nobody steals her spot for making the best beverage in town.
If your secret hot chocolate recipe that's been in the family for years is exactly what your rival coffee shop's beverage tastes like, something's definitely not right. With Lifetime's 'Hot Chocolate Holiday', join Colette to help solve a precarious mystery.
The Christmas movie follows Colette (played by Aubrey Reynolds), who runs a successful coffee shop, popularly known for her famous hot chocolate which boasts a secret recipe. In time, Marcus (played by Jonny Swenson) begins to draw in all of Colette's customers with his famous hot chocolate. Why does it taste just like the recipe from Colette's grandmother?
When does 'Hot Chocolate Holiday' release and where can you watch it?
'Hot Chocolate Holiday' releases on December 24, 2021, and can be watched on Lifetime.
What is 'Hot Chocolate Holiday' all about?
The official synopsis reads, "Colette runs a coffee shop that is known for her secret and famous hot chocolate. Marcus, a new dessert shop owner, starts to draw in Colette's customers, she is determined to expose him".
Who stars in the Lifetime movie?
Aubrey Reynolds as Colette
Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Aubrey is an actress and writer by profession. Growing up, she went to the Colleyville Heritage High School and later went on to receive a BFA in Acting, from Brigham Young University.
Reynolds made her first debut as a lead character in the drama called '16 Stones', in 2014. She is also known for her work on 'Snatchers', and 'Sugar Baby Murder'.
Some notable and commendable performance of hers was seen in 'Being Charlie', 'Waffle Street', 'Cyborg X', 'You May Now Kill the Bride', 'Shock', 'My Christmas Love', 'Sinister Minister', 'An Hour Behind', 1 episode of 'My Crazy Ex', 'Frenzy', 'Time Freak', and 'A Perfect Fit'.
The rest of the cast includes Jonny Swenson as Marcus, Kelsie Elena as Nikki, Jade Gottfredson as Patron, Nathan Lesser as Jonathan, Robert John Moody as Frank Banner, Brandan Ngo as Simon, Dele Opeifa as Steven, Susan Phelan as Sandra, Shae Robins as Mallory, and Madison Savoie as Angie.
The writer of the movie is Brittany Wiscombe, with Brian Brough as the director.
We're yet to see a trailer for this Christmas movie but stay tuned for more updates!