Entertainment writer Alli Blakeman (Holly Deveaux) is assigned a story covering the anniversary of a classic Christmas movie in the small town where it was filmed. She meets a local theatre owner Brad (Drew Seeley).
After Cassie (Lisa Durupt) returns to her hometown to revive her family's traditional Christmas festival, she meets a dashing stranger, Nicolas (Marcus Rosner), who's volunteered to help organize the event.
Sawyer (Amanda Payton) makes a fake wedding registry. But when the whole town throws her a surprise bridal shower, she's too embarrassed to tell the truth. Instead, she finds a fake fiancé to help her navigate through the lies and holiday festivities.
Siblings Tony (Mario Lopez) and Magdalena (Aimee Garcia) run a family-owned business that makes holiday décor, inspired by Mexican Christmas traditions. An executive (Emeraude Toubia) at a large greeting card chain, sees an opportunity to acquire them.
When Sam (Jana Kramer), the designer behind a popular home renovation show, returns to her hometown during the holidays to help renovate the Bell Harbor Inn, she gets paired with Coop (Ryan McPartlin) as her lead contractor - the guy who broke her heart.
The Hacienda de la Sierra is Emma’s (Haylie Duff) favorite place to spend the holiday season and her boyfriend Liam (Aaron O’Connell) has been secretly planning to propose to her there, surrounded by both their families.
Emilia Martin (Humberly González), a cartographer of school maps, has plans for a cozy Christmas at home until her boss has a last-minute project for her, designing a novelty treasure map of the North Pole.
Ellie (Annie Clark), a serial “ghoster” on dating apps, is told by a fortune teller that she must resolve her past and make amends with all of those she ghosted before Christmas, or she is destined to never find true love!
When a high-end chef comes to town to film a Christmas special, local baker Gwen (Erica Durance) agrees to help a handsome TV producer Gavin (Robin Dunne) prepare for the shoot in hopes of regaining her Christmas spirit.
Chance (Winny Clarke) owns a struggling gift shop called "By Chance Gifts.” Chance is hired by William (Jacob Blair), a wealthy entrepreneur, to help him organize the perfect proposal for his girlfriend Leyla (Celeste Desjardins).
Welcome to Paradise Ranch, where city slickers get to be cowboys and cowgirls. Merry (Melissa Joan Hart), who owns the ranch has been unlucky in love, but that's about to change when a single father, Mark (Duane Henry), books the ranch for Christmas week.
Danielle (Cindy Busby) returns home with her son and hopes to introduce him to some beloved holiday traditions. She discovers that the North Pole Express has been sidelined and with help from a former classmate (Chad Michael Murray) is resolute to fix it.
Marketing whiz Alma Beltran (Elise Bauman) and Christmas tree whisperer Charlie Freemont (Tattiawna Jones) cross paths when Charlie finds the perfect tree for the Maine Governor’s Holiday Celebration. Riki Lake co-stars.
Julia (Jacky Lai), returns to her hometown of North Falls for Christmas after her recent political campaign for city council ended in a landslide loss. She realizes coming home means running into her old high school rival, Parker (Jake Epstein).
When lead ballerina Clare Fitzgerald (Deidre Mullins) is let go before the Christmas season’s Nutcracker, she jumps at the opportunity to visit her Aunt (Caroline Langrishe) in England during the holidays, and meets local historian Liam (Nick Hendrix.)
Abbey (Meggan Kaiser) is forced back to her hometown to repair a Victorian house she inherited from her grandmother. She decides to sell the house and hires single dad, Josh (Zane Stephens), to help with the repairs.
Colette (Aubrey Reynolds) runs a coffee shop that is known for her secret and famous hot chocolate. Marcus (Jonny Swenson) starts to draw in Colette’s customers with his very own that tastes exactly like the recipe from her beloved grandmother.
Mikaela (Krystal Joy Brown) a romance novelist, goes on a Christmas writer's retreat. She meets writer, Levi (Curtis Hamilton) who convinces her that she shouldn't be writing about love, if she doesn't allow herself to actually experience it.
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Following an unexpected breakup weeks before Christmas, Hannah (Sarah Drew), tech wiz and creator of the dating app, Perfect One, heads home for the holidays, challenged to save her failing business by re-conceiving a new romantic dating model. Upon her return she runs into her high school boyfriend, Sam (Niall Matter) who she has carefully avoided for years and reluctantly makes a deal with her dad, Ted (Michael Gross) to sign up for the town’s Christmas Cupid, an anonymous holiday pen pal service. As the season progresses, Hannah is smitten by each beautifully written letter she receives and starts to believe that her Christmas pen pal could be her soul mate. It’s not until Christmas Eve that everyone must reveal their true identities to their pen pals, even if it means coming face to face with the last person they ever expected. "Christmas Pen Pals" is produced by Pen Pals Films, Inc. and Christian Bruyere. Linda Kent, Jack Grossbart and Howard Braunstein serve as executive producers. Siobhan Devine serves as director with a script written by Carley Smale.
Christmas is one of Heather’s (Tatyana Ali, "Fresh Prince of Bel Air") favorite times of year but this year, as the manager of the upscale Town Center Mall, she has to be the Christmas Grinch and cancel the leases of under-performing stores. One afternoon, Heather’s niece, Molly asks the mall Santa to help find a boyfriend for her beloved aunt. Unbeknownst to Molly and Heather, “Santa” is actually Ryan (Brendan Fehr, "Guardians of the Galaxy"), who is working at the mall for the holidays and helping his Aunt Patty run her failing toy store. As Heather and Ryan begin to fall for each other, they have no idea of one another's true identity: Heather who is tasked with closing his aunt's store and Ryan who is too ashamed to tell Heather that he is the actually the mall Santa. Will Molly's Christmas wish come true, or will Heather be stuck as the Town Center Grinch? The film also stars Kim Fields, Jasmine Guy, Joseph Marcell, Dan Lauria, Jackee Harry and Mindy Sterling. "Wrapped Up In Christmas" is produced by ARO Entertainment. Jeff Schenck executive produces. Peter Sullivan serves as a director from a script by Jennifer Notas Shapiro.
Caroline Williams (Sara Canning), a well-known social media travel writer, is not filled with the Christmas spirit like everyone else but is given the assignment to cover a hundred-year-old Christmas parade in the small town of Carte De Amor, New Mexico. Although embittered about the assignment, Caroline goes anyway and meets a high school music teacher, Oscar Ortiz (Zak Santiago), who introduces her to a side of Christmas that she has never seen, with different traditions and meanings. In the twelve days before Christmas, Caroline falls in love with Christmas all over again and finds true love for herself.
Brooke (Julianna Guill), a young marketing executive, goes back to her hometown excited to relive her Christmas memories, while helping a struggling family-owned winery. Her marketing assignment involves an unlikely partnership with Tyler (Jon Corr), the charismatic, yet stubborn owner of the winery. Brooke quickly learns that the town’s Christmas spirit has disappeared due to a wine conglomerate buying out all of the local wineries. Determined to bring Christmas back to the town, Brooke and Tyler work together and discover they share more than a love for wine.
Julia Rogers (Lexi Giovagnoli) is an uptight, hardworking realty owner who has lost her Christmas spirit. She will have to spend five days at a Christmas Inn with her business competitor, Chad Everest (Travis Burns), in order to win over the badly needed listing of the Erickson Farmstead. While competing to win the listing, Julia and Chad discover that they have more in common than they thought.
The holiday season has started and Molly Cooper (Laura Vandervoort) is looking for joy. Finally living her childhood dream, Molly swaps her quaint farmhouse for London Financier Patrick Kingston's (Rainbow Sun Francks) posh apartment. Through the ups and downs of her new life in London and searching for romance, Molly begins to look forward to all communication with Patrick. Likewise, Patrick finds Molly's warm emails and texts charming and compelling. Sparks fly between them as they get to know each other as they live in each other's spaces.
Courtney Bennett (Abigail Klein), a former U.S. figure skating hopeful, runs the city's public skating rink, but when the Mayor (Will Lyman) announces its closing, Courtney is heartbroken but determined to save it. After Courtney's attempts to warm the Mayor's Scrooge-like heart fail, she enlists the help of Noah Tremblay (Ryan Cooper), a former professional hockey player and single dad, who owns the new indoor skating center, to help her, and together they find more than just the spirit of holidays on the ice.
When Rebecca Miller (Keshia Knight Pulliam) returns home to Tennessee two weeks before Christmas to take care of her niece and nephew while their parents are away, the last thing she expected is to reconnect with her childhood best friend, Drew (Jarod Joseph). As she attempts to revive the kids' Christmas spirit and redeem their faith in Santa, she rediscovers her favorite childhood activity: 12 Days of Christmas-something she always did with Drew. As the kids' faith in the holiday grows, Rebecca and Drew's friendship returns, and she starts looking at Drew in a whole new light.
Lucy Mortimer (Monique Coleman), and her mother Virginia (Kim Roberts) return to the Winterleigh Resort to help celebrate the hotel’s final Christmas season. Lucy is reunited with her childhood Christmas Dance partner, Barrett Brewster (Corbin Bleu).
Starring Kelley Jakle. Toy company exec, Christy, must learn about Hanukkah in order to land a big account, so she enlists help from Jewish Jonathan, who must make his bachelor pad a Christmas Wonderland to impress his girlfriend's father.
Starring Megan Hilty. Blindsided that her family's department store is on the brink of foreclosure, Holly fills in as Santa's Helper and meets the surprisingly young and handsome Nick, who was hired to play Santa at the store this year.
Starring Katie Leclerc. Since her father passed, Emily has been running her family's dairy farm, which has fallen on hard times. Emily holds an online holiday ice cream flavor contest that goes viral with the help of one key ingredient.
Starring Ben Lewis, Blake Lee and Fran Drescher. Kate arranges for Hugo to run into Patrick, Hugo's high school friend and secret crush, who has recently returned after a successful stint in Silicon Valley.
Starring Hilarie Burton. When web designer Jolie hears her ex is bringing a date home, lawyer Naomi suggests her brother Jack as the buffer, in exchange for help with his website—and each must sign a Christmas contract.
Starring Tatyana Ali. Erin's boss puts her in charge of opening a brand-new Windsor Hotel in her hometown of Garland Grove, a small mountain town that loves all things Christmas. But the town isn't too pleased with the new hotel chain.
Starring Vanessa Lachey and Brendon Zub. Two single parents who can’t stand each other must work together to get Christmas back on track after they accidentally mix up their toys at a crowded department store.
Starring Bethany Joy Lenz and Andrew Walker. Co-workers Jenna and Kevin’s assignment finds them stranded in Santa Claus, Indiana. As they try to save a historic inn, the polar opposites rediscover the magic of Christmas.
Natalie (Anni Krueger) learns her cousin (Nia Vardalos) must cancel the Christmas Eve opening of her new Italian restaurant. With only only three days until Christmas, she convinces Chef Stefano (Gilles Marini) that they can make it happen.