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Lifetime Movie 'Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever' Premieres Tonight, Stars Aubrey Plaza as the Voice of Grumpy Cat

Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever premieres November 29 on Lifetime. Photo by Karla
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Lifetime's Original Movie Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever premieres Saturday, November 29 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The film stars Grumpy Cat, Megan Charpentier, Daniel Roebuck, Russell Peters, David Lewis, Evan Todd, Isaac Haig, Shauna Johannesen, Casey Manderson, Tyler Johnston, and Aubrey Plaza (Parks and Recreation) as the Voice of Grumpy Cat.

Grumpy Cat (voiced by Aubrey Plaza) is a lonely cat living in a mall pet shop. Because she never gets chosen by customers, she develops a sour outlook on life…until one day during the holidays, a very special 12-year-old girl named Chyrstal enters the pet store and falls in love with her after realizing she is the only person who can hear this unique cat talk. As the two develop a close friendship during the holiday rush, Grumpy reluctantly thwarts the kidnapping of an exotic dog she dislikes, and on Christmas Eve rescues Chyrstal after the mall closes. Through her adventures, will Grumpy learn the true meaning of Christmas? Or will it be, in her words, the "Worst. Christmas. Ever?"

Whether breaking the fourth wall or in the middle of the hilarious holiday tale, Plaza is perfect as the voice of Grumpy Cat.

Watch a sneak peek of Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever below:



Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever was written by Tim Till & Jeff Morris, and directed by Tim Hill.

Evan Todd, Dan Roebuck, Grumpy Cat (voiced by Aubrey Plaza), Megan Charpentier and Isaac Haig.
Photo by Joseph Viles Copyright 2014
The cast includes Stephen Stanton, Trevor Lissauer, Chris Williams, Veronica Alicino, Tasya Teles, Sydney Waack, Veronica Alicino and Eduard Witzke.

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