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All the movies coming to GAC Family this year
GAC Family has only been on the air a short time, but already Bill Abbott’s new network has announced the production of six original movies, along with a Christmas social hosted by Cameron Mathison and Debbie Matenopolous.
Here’s a lineup of all the original programming we know of so far:
An Autumn Romance, starring Chad Michael Murray and Jessica Lowndes, debuts on GAC Family on October 23 at 8/7c.
Lowndes plays a librarian who loses her job and goes to visit her brother in Montana. She becomes active in efforts to save a local hotel, which tech tycoon Joel Sheenan (played by Murray) wants to convert into an upscale tourist property.
Much Ado About Christmas, starring Susie Abromeit and Torrance Combs, will air on Saturday, October 30 at 8/7c.
Abromeit plays Haley, the daughter of the wealthiest man in town. When she meets Coombs, she creates a fake backstory for herself, claiming that she was raised by a struggling, single mother, just so that he won’t take her for a spoiled rich girl.
The Great Christmas Switch, starring Sarah Lind and Dillon Casey, will air on Saturday, November 6 at 8/7c.
Identical twins Sophia, a single girl in the city with a demanding boss, and Kaelynn, a single mother of two in the Midwest, decide to switch places for Christmas.
Christmas Time is Here, starring Dewshane Williams, Rykiya Bernard, and Tom Pickett, will air on Saturday, November 13 at 8/7c.
A small-town realtor is trying to help a client find a spot for his new resort. But the only place he likes is her childhood home and it’s not for sale.
A Kindhearted Christmas, starring Cameron Mathison and Jennie Garth, will air on Saturday, November 20 at 8/7c.
Garth plays Jamie, who owns a sightseeing and touring company in the small town of Cooperville, NY. Jamie is a widow and has found it difficult to get through the holidays since her husband passed away because he loved Christmas so much.
While watching a local news program, Jamie decides to make an anonymous donation to the local high school. Inspired by her kind gesture, people all over town begin donating money and time to help others.
News of the good deeds reaches the producers of the news program, and Jamie’s favorite reporter (played by Cameron Mathison) arrives in town to cover the story.
My Angel’s Christmas List, starring Jessica Lowndes and Chad Michael Murray, will debut November 26 at 8/7c.
A workaholic ER doctor (played by Lowndes), can’t seem to find the right work-life balance. Things begin to change when she meets a handsome barista right before Christmas.
Royally Wrapped for Christmas, starring Jen Lilley and Brendan Fehr, will air on Saturday, November 27 at 8/7c.
Lilley plays a woman who runs a non-profit that provides every child in the world with a Christmas gift.
Christmas is You, starring Becca Tobin and Matthew MacCaull will air on Sunday, November 28 at 8/7c.
Emma gets reunited with her childhood sweetheart and tries to convince him to save the town’s Christmas Caroling Celebration.
Jingle Bell Princess
Jingle Bell Princess, starring Merritt Patterson and Trevor Donovan, will debut on Saturday, December 4 at 8/7C.
A Lot Like Christmas will debut Sunday, December 5 at 8/7c.
A Christmas Miracle for Daisy, starring Jill Wagner and Nick Bateman, will debut on Saturday, December 11 at 8/7c.
An interior designer gets the opportunity to redesign a landmark home in Montana only to find out that the owner is her ex-boyfriend and his daughter, who is secretly hoping for a new mother.
A Christmas Star, starring Sara Canning and Daniel Lissing, will debut on Sunday, December 12 at 8/7c.
An astronomer travels to a small town where she meets a handsome park ranger.
When Hope Calls, starring Lori Loughlin, will debut on Saturday, December 18 at 8/7c.
Joy for Christmas will debut Sunday, December 19 at 8/7c.