Christmas provides an opportunity and a holiday season for people to spread the heat of happiness and love to one another. Covid-19, on the other hand, has most influenced the enjoyment of numerous festivities. Still, individuals do everything they can to make the festivals the greatest and most unforgettable they have ever been.
Also, suppose you want to observe the occasion of December by remaining in and love spending time with friends and family. In that case, you can gorge on the latest movies while enjoying a delicious supper.
The Original Release
Christmas is fast approaching, and indeed the Lifetime Network, like with the rest of the globe, is getting ready. The internet or above cable network has unveiled the roster for its yearly “It’s a Wonderful Lifetime” marathon, which will run from November 12 to December 25. During that time period, the network will premiere 30 new films made, all of which will be Festive season Christmas theme.
One of the 30 upcoming films is “It Takes a Christmas Village,” which pledges to bring a mix of tiny friendliness and Christmas charm, starting with a small-town governor and the guy involved in helping her restore their tiny village’s economy.
Because this is a Lifetime holiday film, you may expect our hero and heroine to fall in love all along the road. According to the official statement from A&E Networks for “It Takes a Christmas Village” will premiere on Lifetime on December 22, 2021, at 8 p.m. ET
Brooke Nevin plays Mayor Alex Foster. Darcy Hawkins, Foster’s love interest, is played by Corey Sevier, who also directed the film. Alli Chung plays Gina, Lynne Griffin plays Gran, Ron Lea plays art Foster, James Kall plays Frank, Brent is played by Fuad Ahmed (billed as Gabe Grey), and Arlene Duncan plays Jo. Annette Wozniak and Daniella Dela Pea also participate.
The Story of the Show
There is also no teaser to “It Takes a Christmas Village.” Still, according to a news release for “It’s a Wonderful Lifetime,” the movie is really about Mayor Alex Foster. He should persuade Darcy Hawkins to lend her the family’s ancient mill. Foster wants to run the mill’s Christmas market in their little town, but persuading Hawkins to cooperate with her becomes difficult.
Darcy is a hermit, and the Fosters and Hawkins have had such a long-running animosity. Alex must coax Darcy out of the cocoon and warm his cold heart, persuading him to put aside their feuding family to do what is best for his village. So when a dynamic duo considers love, each should determine if they can transcend their particular obstacles to make it work.
Everything is Fair in Love and War
When road work affects the city’s stores, the governor proposes a Christmas market to promote sales. Still, she’ll have to persuade Darcy to hold this at her family’s mills, rekindling ancient rivalries even while stirring romance. The tom and jerry genre of love is always fun to watch; the obstacles are meant to be crossed!