Preview: “All Saints Christmas” A Hallmark Channel 2022 “Countdown To Christmas” Movie


Kat Harlton

Media: Hallmark Media

Ledisi (“Spinning Gold,” “Pose”) and Roger Cross (“Coroner,” “Game, Set, Love”) star in “All Saints Christmas” a new, original movie premiering Sunday, November 6 (8 p.m. ET/PT), on Hallmark Channel as part of the network’s annual “Countdown To Christmas” programming event.

About The Movie:

Lisette Toussaint (Ledisi), a successful R&B singer whose life is at a crossroads, both professionally and personally, finds herself the focus of media scrutiny this Christmas when a picture of her with her ex-boyfriend, music producer Matthew Myles (Cross), is misinterpreted as a sign of their surprise engagement. Word gets around at lightning speed, especially with her New Orleans-based family, who let her know they expect them both to come home for Christmas. Lisette and Matthew decide to ride out the surge of publicity over the holidays because setting the record straight runs the risk of making them look like it was just a PR stunt. It would also take the focus away from her legendary jazz musician father’s big retirement concert in New Orleans on Christmas Eve, where Lisette is scheduled to perform. Once back in the Big Easy, Lisette shows Matthew her beloved city at Christmas. With the help of her brash, beautiful, and always opinionated family, she reconnects with her roots – both musically and emotionally. Most of all, she reconnects with Matthew. But should she trust her heart when it comes to the man who already broke it once, or is she headed into another refrain of holiday heartache?

“All Saints Christmas” is from Nasser Group North (NGN Productions Inc.). Jacob Nasser. Jack Nasser, Joseph Nasser, Daniel Nasser, Kimberley Wakefield, Tar Cowell-Plain, Ledisi and Danny Cowell-Plain are executive producers. The movie is produced by Cowell-Plain. Troy Scott directed from a script by Tracy Andreen.

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