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Hallmark Movie 'Angels and Ornaments' Premieres Tonight, Stars Jessalyn Gilsig, Sergio Di Zio, Graham Abbey

Angels and Ornaments premieres November 16 on Hallmark Channel. Photo Credit: Copyright
2014 Crown Media United States, LLC/Photographer: Christos Kalohoridis
Hallmark Channel Original Movie Angels and Ornaments premieres on Sunday, November 16 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The film stars Jessalyn Gilsig (Vikings, Glee) as a woman whose love life has a divine holiday intervention. Sergio Di Zio (Flashpoint) and Graham Abbey (Degrassi: The Next Generation) also star in the romantic comedy.

Jessalyn Gilsign, Sergio Di Zio. Photo Credit: Copyright
2014 Crown Media United States, LLC/
Photographer: Christos Kalohoridis
Although she is still upset from a recent breakup, Corrine (Gilsig) happily prepares for her favorite holiday: Christmas! A gifted musician, Corrine auditions for a solo in a community Christmas concert and plays Christmas carols on the piano to patrons of the music store where she works with childhood friend Dave (Abbey). Her holiday season gets an unexpected dose of romance, when Harold (Di Zio), a mysterious new coworker, tries to form a love connection between Corrine and Dave.

With Harold's help, Corrine begins to view Dave in a new light, though she questions Harold’s intense interest in her love life. Unbeknownst to Corrine, Harold is on a Christmas Eve deadline from a higher power to fulfill this holiday fairytale! As the clock ticks down to Harold’s fairytale mission deadline, Corrine must decide if she will open up to Christmas love.

Watch a sneak peek of Angels and Ornaments below:



Angels and Ornaments is a Chesler/Perlmutter Productions. Lewis Chesler, David Perlmutter, Dominique Telson and Robert Vaughn are the executive producers. Marek Posival is the producer. Alan Goluboff directed from a script by Kevin Commins.

The cast includes Samantha Espie as Janie, Richard Waugh as Jerry and Roger Doche as Tim.

Angels and Ornaments is part of Hallmark Channel's annual "Countdown to Christmas" event.

Comments

Gehn said…
Excellent movie. Good storyline. Believable characters. Definitely a kleenex needed on hand type show at end.

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