Lifetime takes it up a notch with new Christmas movies to welcome the holiday season. Lifetime is renowned for producing some of the best Christmas movies. It is estimated that Lifetime will release 30 new Christmas movies this year alone, with lineup starting in October. Additionally, Lifetime is set to launch its first LGBTQ + Christmas movie in 2020, marking another milestone in the channel’s holiday movie lineup.
The Christmas special follows the story of singer-songwriter Abby (played by Mya) who finds herself writing uninspired jingles for commercials. Just when it’s time for her to return home for the holidays, she is enlisted by the local high school teacher to help save the school’s arts program. Here is more about the film
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When is ‘My Favorite Christmas Melody’ released & where can you watch it?
‘My Favorite Christmas Melody’ is released on December 5, 2021 and can be watched on Lifetime.
What is ‘My Favorite Christmas Melody’
The official synopsis reads: “Follow Abby, a promising singer-songwriter, as she rediscovers her voice and pursues her dreams, and also lets in the possibility of love.”
Who stars in the movie Lifetime
Mya as Abby
Mya Harrison is an American pop singer, artist, philanthropist, and actress. She is gifted with music and often sets up record companies. At the age of 16, she recorded her very first solo album, which was finally released on Interscope Records in April 1998. Her album sold approximately 1 million copies in the United States.
Mya recorded a new version of ‘Lady Marmalade’ with Pink, Christina Aguilera and Lil ‘Kim for Moulin Rouge !, the soundtrack, in 2001. She made an appearance in the video’ Ghetto Superstar ‘from the movie’ Bulworth ‘. Warren Beatty, in 1998.
The rest of the cast includes Rainbow Sun Francks, Brielle Robillard as Lila, Sonia Dhillon Tully as Brenda, Christine L Nguyen as Whitney, Carson Reaume as Ethan, Niki Kerro as Casey, and Chris Tarpos as a School Assembly attendee.
The film’s writers are Josh Brekhus and Lauren Balson Carter, the director being Michael Kennedy.
We haven’t seen a trailer for this movie yet, but stay tuned for more updates!