‘Time For Us To Come Home For Christmas’: Meet Lacey Chabert, Stephen Huszar and rest of the cast in Blake Shelton's Hallmark movie
Directed by David Winning, it is based on a script by Marcy Holland inspired by Dorothy Shackleford and Travis Thrasher's book
Christmas bells are ringing and it's time to tune into new holiday season movies on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. If you loved watching Blake Shelton's 'Time for Me to Come Home for Christmas' back in 2018 and 'Time for You to Come Home for Christmas' in 2019, catch the third film in the trilogy, 'Time for Us to Come Home for Christmas'.
Wondering what happens in the movie? Five guests receive special invites to spend Christmas at the cozy Snowfall Inn. Sarah (Lacey Chabert), back home to settle her mother’s affairs, believes the trip is a gift from her Seattle law firm. Karen (Lini Evans), a divorcee on her own for the holidays won her stay in a contest. Jasper (Leon), a widower and musician, is there because he believes his wife had booked the trip. However, when they soon discover that their invites came in the same red envelopes, sender unknown, it becomes clear to Sarah that a Christmas-tery is afoot.
With help from the inn’s handsome owner, Ben (Stephen Huszar), Sarah works to uncover the mysterious connection she and the other guests share. In the process, she finds herself falling for Ben and discovers that home is more than a place.
Going by the fun and fervor every Hallmark movie adds, it will have a set of spectacular Christmas tropes, magic, miracles and mystery. Directed by David Winning, it is based on a script by Marcy Holland inspired by Dorothy Shackleford and Travis Thrasher's book 'Time for Me to Come Home'. Meet the wonderful cast of the movie here:
Born in Purvis, Mississippi, Lacey Nicole Chabert is a regular in Hallmark movies — with 18 Hallmark Channel movies and four Hallmark Movies & Mysteries movies — to her credit. In an interview with Hollywood Daily Star, she said, "I love working for Hallmark. They've been so good to me. I have friends there now. I'm proud of their movies and the message of their movies."
The 38-year-old actress got her first break after she played Erica Kane's daughter on 'All My Children'. Did you know she has starred in several mainstream movies like 'Lost in Space' (1998), 'Not Another Teen Movie' (2001), 'Daddy Day Care' (2003), and had leading roles as Gretchen Wieners in 'Mean Girls' (2004), Meg Cummings in 'Dirty Deeds' (2005), and Dana Mathis in the horror remake 'Black Christmas' (2006). Moreover, she was also the voice of Eliza Thornberry in the animated series 'The Wild Thornberrys' and the voice of Meg Griffin in the first season of 'Family Guy'.
Born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Stephen Huszar started his career in 2004 with a role in 'The Cradle Will Fall'. In an interview with Urban Twist, he said, "I really enjoy playing villains, which I’ve had the opportunity to do on shows like The CW’s 'The Flash', 'Shadowhunters' and '30 Days of Night: Dark Days'. At the same time, I love making people smile and laugh, which is why a lot of my work is comedy. The romantic part just comes with the territory."
Along with a string of Christmas-themed movies for Hallmark Channel, Lifetime and Netflix, Huszar was seen in 'The Flash' as the DC comic book character Jared Morillo / Plunder and the 2019 horror film 'Rabid'.
Born in Calgary, Alberta, Lini Evans was first seen in the high school musical 'Grease'. A singer, actor and dancer, she is known for her work in 'Smallville' (2001), 'Arrow' (2012), 'Fairly Legal' (2011) and 'Supernatural' (2005). An interesting IMDb trivia reads: "Ironically, Lini's own family barely recognized her with dark brown eyes instead of her actual blue ones when she co-starred with Jorge Garcia and Sarah Jones in JJ Abrams' Alcatraz (2012)."
Did you know she once auditioned for the role of The Blue Fairy/Mother Superior on 'Once Upon a Time' which was eventually given to her friend Keegan Conner Tracy? Moreover, she wrote a Japanese version of the song 'The End Of The World' featured in episode 108 of Amazon's 'The Man In The High Castle' without auditioning for the role.
What time does 'Time for Us to Come Home for Christmas' air?
'Time for Us to Come Home for Christmas' is from Time Road Productions III Ltd. Produced by Charles Cooper, the executive producers on the movie are Orly Adelson, Michael Shepard, Allen Lewis, Blake Shelton, Dorothy Shackleford and Harvey Kahn.
Watch the movie 'Time for Us to Come Home for Christmas' on December 5, 2020 at 10 pm ET. If you're busy that day, here are the repeat telecast timings: Wednesday, December 9 at 12 am ET, Thursday, December 10, at 4 pm ET, Saturday, December 12, at 6 pm ET, Sunday, December 20, at 12 pm ET, Friday, December 25 at 5 pm ET, and Tuesday, December 29, at 8 pm ET.