|Best Christmas Party Ever premieres December 13 on Hallmark Channel. Photo Credit: Copyright |
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With Christmas approaching, young party planner Jennie Stanton (DeVitto) learns that her boss, Petra (Thorson), will be retiring after Christmas and hopes she will be left in charge of Petra's Parties, New York's premiere event planning service. Jennie's hopes fade when Petra's charming and handsome nephew, Nick (Lund), arrives on the scene and Petra announces that he will take over the business. To make matters worse, Jennie and Nick do not get along. When an opportunity to plan a toy store's Christmas Eve party arises, Jennie runs with it, arranging a warm and traditional affair in the same vein as the Christmas parties that inspired her as a child.
Soon, Todd Perry (Walsh), an executive for a powerful corporation that acquired the toy store, rejects Jennie's traditional party plans, demanding an exclusive, high-end, corporate event and threatening legal action if she doesn’t comply. Nick rallies to Jennie’s support, encouraging her to continue planning the party in the true spirit of Christmas. Before long, feelings begin to develop between Jennie and Nick. As Christmas Eve gets closer, Jennie chooses to follow her heart, moving forward with her party plans and finding true love in time for Christmas.
Watch a sneak peek of Best Christmas Party Ever below:
Best Christmas Party Ever is Chesler/Perlmutter Production. Lewis Chesler, David Perlmutter, Robert Vaughn and Dominique Telson are the executive producers. Marek Posival is the producer. John Bradshaw directed from a script by Robert Vaughn. Story by Lewis Chesler, Fariba Chesler and Kevin Commins.
The cast includes Kalinka Petrie (Kim), Emily Coutts (Natalie), Sean McCann (Arthur Tyrell) and Michael Gordin Shore (John Mitchell).
Best Christmas Party Ever is part of Hallmark Channel's annual "Countdown to Christmas" event.
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