Preview: “Campfire Christmas” A Hallmark Channel “Christmas In July” 2022 Original Movie


By: Kat Harlton
Media: Crown Media

Tori Anderson (“NCIS: Hawai’i,” “Love Under the Olive Tree”), Corbin Bleu (“Love, for Real,” “High School Musical”), Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman (“Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.,” “UnREAL”), Caitlyn Stryker (“Sealed with a Kiss: Wedding March 6,” “A Million Little Things”), Matt Hamilton (“Turner & Hooch,” “North to Home”) and Alec Santos (“Rise and Shine, Benedict Stone,” “Virgin River”) reunite at the camp where they first met in “Campfire Christmas” a new, original movie premiering Saturday, July 16 (8 p.m. ET/PT), on Hallmark Channel as part of the network’s annual “Christmas in July” programming event.

About The Movie:

Peyton’s (Anderson) parents decide it’s time for them to retire will be selling the summer camp they run where so many memories have been made. But first, they host one final Christmas in July celebration that was a beloved camp tradition, for all their alumni and their families. Peyton is thrilled to reunite with friends Beckett (Bowyer-Chapman), now a Broadway star; now-married camp sweethearts Janice (Stryker) and Dave (Hamilton) and Chris (Santos). But she’s much less excited to see Thomas (Bleu), her former boyfriend who broke her heart when he ended their romance after high school. As the friends spend time together during traditional outdoor camp activities, crafts and Christmas pageant rehearsals, they reconnect and reminisce. Peyton, Thomas, Beckett, Janice, Dave and Chris help each other take stock of where they are in their lives and gain insight into what paths they want to take next as they start on their own happilyever-afters.

“Campfire Christmas” is from Muse Entertainment. Jesse Prupas is executive producer. Oneida Crawford serves as associate producer and Allen Lewis is supervising producer. Charles Cooper is producer. David I. Strasser directed from a script by Anna White.

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