'Saying Yes to Christmas': 5 things you should know about Lifetime's holiday rom-com

June and Blake meet during Christmas after what seems like forever. Are things different now or do they still feel the same about each other?


                            'Saying Yes to Christmas': 5 things you should know about Lifetime's holiday rom-com
Erika Prevost and Romaine Waite in 'Saying Yes to Christmas' (Instagram - @erika_prevost)

Lifetime takes immense pride in its season's specials of Christmas movies. 'Saying Yes to Christmas' welcomes the holidays with the highest of spirits!

The movie follows the story of June Kingsley (played by Erika Prevost) and Blake Harris (played by Romaine Waite) meeting after eons during the festive season of Christmas. Reconnecting after a long time leads to familiar sparks flying. What does this Christmas have in store for the two?

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When does 'Saying Yes to Christmas' release and where can you watch it?

'Saying Yes to Christmas' releases on November 30, 2021, and can be watched on Lifetime. 

What is 'Saying Yes to Christmas' all about?

A magical Christmas wish forces June (played by Erika Prevost) to say "yes" to everything, including meeting up with an old love, Blake (played by Romaine Waite). They pick up right where they left off, causing June to question if she should leave her career in the city for a hometown romance.

Who stars in the Lifetime drama?

Erika Prevost as June Kingsley

Erika Prevost is of both Japanese and Canadian descent, hailing from Montreal in Canada. Prevost graduated from The National Theatre School of Canada. During her time here, she worked with some famous theatre artists in Canada, some of whom include David Latham, Ian Watson, Jackie Maxwell, Graeme Somerville, and Alisa Palmer. 

What's more, Prevost has an impressive dance background and is trained in hip-hop, classical ballet, contemporary, jazz-funk, and ballroom dance. She also teaches dance workshops, as and when she has the time. 



 

The rest of the cast includes Romaine Waite as Blake Harris, Zoe Doyle as Gayle Kingsley, Sabrina Grdevich as Shannon Snyder, Howard Hoover as Ted Kingsley, Catherine De Seve as Sally Wells, Glen Grant as Henry Harris, Vania Giusto as Annie, Alia DeSantis as Erika, and Catherine Burdon as Anya.

Showrunners

The writer of the movie is John Dion, and has Graeme Campbell as the director.

Trailer 

We're yet to see a trailer uploaded for this movie but stay tuned for more updates!

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