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Hallmark Movie 'Northpole' Premieres Tonight, Stars Tiffani Thiessen, Josh Hopkins, Bailee Madison, Max Charles, Candice Glover, Robert Wagner, Jill St. John

Northpole premieres November 15 on Hallmark Channel. Photo Credit: Copyright
2014 Crown Media United States, LLC/Photographer: Jan Thijs
Hallmark Channel Original Movie Northpole premieres on Saturday, November 15 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The film stars Tiffani Thiessen (Beverly Hills, 90210), Josh Hopkins (Cougar Town), Bailee Madison (Trophy Wife) and Max Charles (Mr. Peabody & Sherman). The cast includes six-time Golden Globe and Emmy nominated actor Robert Wagner (Hart to Hart) and Emmy nominee Jill St. John (Diamonds Are Forever) as Santa and Mrs. Claus, with a special musical appearance by American Idol champion, Candice Glover.

Santa (Wagner) and Mrs. Claus’ (St. John) magical home, Northpole, has grown into a vast city powered by the magic of holiday happiness around the world. Yet the city is in trouble, as people everywhere are too busy to enjoy festive time together. One of these stressed-out souls is Chelsea (Thiessen), a single mom who is trying to get noticed at her new reporting job while helping her ten-year-old son Kevin (Charles) adjust to a new school. When
he starts talking about real elves and actual sleigh rides, she worries that his imagination has gotten out of control. With a little added help from Kevin’s charming teacher Ryan (Hopkins), a mysterious elf, Clementine (Madison), and a gospel singer named Josephine (Glover), Chelsea may learn that even chasing down the facts can lead to holiday magic.

Watch a sneak peek of Northpole below:



Northpole is a Muse Entertainment production in association with Crown Media Productions. Executive Producers are Joel S. Rice and Michael Prupas. Irene Litinsky is producer. Douglas Barr directs from a script by Gregg Rossen & Brian Sawyer.

Northpole is part of Hallmark Channel's annual "Countdown to Christmas" event.

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