November Christmas 2010 Hallmark Movie

Another new Hallmark Hall of Fame Christmas movie airs tomorrow night and I am excited about this one because it is NOT airing on the Hallmark Channel which means, quite simply, that I get to watch it! (How I do wish I did receive the Hallmark channel! Not only do I miss most of the new Hallmark movies but I also miss Martha Stewart's daily television show.)

Anyway, November Christmas is the story of a couple of families and their community. It tells how people can rally together to help people in their times of need, in this case as a young daughter suffers from a serious illness. Eventually, the father and a neighbor decide to celebrate Christmas in November and come up with a plan to make it happen.

November Christmas stars Sam Elliott, John Corbett, Sarah Paulson, Karen Allen, Elizabeth McLaughlin and Emily Alyn Lind and airs TOMORROW NIGHT, November 28th, on CBS.

You can read more about about this movie, including where to buy it, at my November Christmas movie review or read more about the 2010 Hallmark Christmas movie line up by clicking right here.
See you
at the movies!

Quick Link:

The New Hallmark Christmas Movies For 2010
Hallmark's November Christmas Movie Review
Buy your copy of November Christmas from Amazon.


Skinhorse said...

I so loved the idea of an entire town coming together to serve a family in need. This is one of your very best! Thank you!

Treasures By Brenda said...

I agree. It was a beautiful story, pulled together by a group effort to help a family.

tam79 said...

We taped the movie, but due to the football games running late it made the movie start late and so it didn't completely tape. We didn't get to see the last 15-20 minutes. If anyone taped it and can help us out we would be grateful

Treasures By Brenda said...

Tam79, I am sorry to hear about your misfortunate taping incident. I know I have had similar difficulties before. Hopefully, someone will be able to help you. I know you can buy the movie (through sellers on my review of November Christmas) but that seems a shame since you just need to see the last little bit.