Preview: “A Glenbrooke Christmas” A Hallmark Movies & Mysteries “Miracles Of Christmas” Original Movie


Kat Harlton

Press Materials: Crown Media

Autumn Reeser (“Christmas Under the Stars,” “Entourage”) and Antonio Cupo (“Hats Off to Christmas,” “Credit2”) star in “A Glenbrooke Christmas” a new original premiering Saturday, December 12 (10 p.m. ET/PT), on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries as part of the network’s “Miracles of Christmas” programming event – your home for the holiday.

Autumn Reeser and Antonio Cupo previously costarred in two Hallmark Channel movies, “Love at the Thanksgiving Day Parade” and “I Do, I Do, I Do.”

About The Movie:

Heiress Jessica Morgan (Reeser) has grown up under the care of her extremely wealthy and well-known grandfather. As she is poised to take over the family business, she finds a new longing for normalcy and to be accepted for herself – not her money or famous last name. Taking one last chance to privately experience the church bells that were central to her late parents’ love story, and hoping for a more conventional holiday, Jessica travels anonymously to her late mother’s birthplace, the small town of Glenbrooke. There, she meets a handsome firefighter named Kyle (Cupo) who is trying to get the bells working again for Christmas. As Jessica works on a plan to raise money for the repairs without revealing her secret, she grows close to Kyle and soon the warm community of Glenbrooke embraces her as one of their own. As Christmas approaches and she must soon return home to start her new, high-profile job, the time comes to drop the secrets and tell Kyle and the town who she really is.

“A Glenbrooke Christmas” is from Bauman Entertainment Inc. Ted Bauman, Patricia Clifford and Libby Beers are executive producers. Ted Bauman is producer. David I Strasser directed from a script by David Golden and Julie Sherman Wolfe, based on the novel Secrets by Robin Jones Gunn (“Finding Father Christmas”).

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