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ION Movie 'A Perfect Christmas List' Premieres Tonight, Stars Ellen Hollman, Marion Ross, Aaron Hill, Beth Broderick, Richard Karn

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ION holiday movie A Perfect Christmas List premieres Sunday, December 14 at 9 p.m. ET. The film stars Ellen Hollman (Spartacus), Marion Ross (Happy Days), Aaron Hill (Greek), Beth Broderick (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch) and Richard Karn (Home Improvement).

Just two weeks before Christmas, Sara Smith gets a call from home about her grandmother Evie, who has been sent to the hospital. Having always been close, the health scare is enough to get Sara to do the unthinkable... come home for Christmas. While Sara plans to get a hotel room for her stay, her mother won’t allow it. Sara eventually relents, but it's clear that time has not repaired their relationship, and her mother returns to her overbearing ways.

Aaron Hill and Ellen Hollman star in A Perfect Christmas List.
With her handsome doctor's approval, the convalescing Evie conjures up a curious challenge. As a "last wish," she tasks her daughter and granddaughter with list of festive accomplishments to do together before Christmas, hoping that the adventure of the experience will repair their relationship. Along the way, Sara discovers an unlisted Christmas adventure with Evie's physician.

Watch a sneak preview of A Perfect Christmas List below:



A Perfect Christmas List is a Hybrid production.

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