A Christmas in Tennessee (2018)

Movie Summary

Allison Brentley, along with her daughter Olivia and mother Martha, run a bakery in the small mountain town of White Pines, Tennessee. When Matthew, a charming real estate developer, tries to buy the town for a corporate ski resort, Allison and the townspeople must work together to prevent that from happening. And just when the Bennet ladies seem out of luck, an unexpected visitor – with a well-known sweet tooth for cookies and milk – comes to the bakery and may in fact be the key to solving everything.

Is it available to purchase or rent?

Yes

2022 Dates, Times, and Channels

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This movie normally airs throughout the holiday season on the Lifetime Channel. For a complete schedule of dates and times, please click here.

Year Released

2018

Cast Includes

Rachel Boston (Alison Brently), Andrew Walker (Matthew Gilbert), Patricia Richardson (Martha), Caroline Rhea (Madame Claus), Bill Lake (Mayor Paul), Paul Essiembre (Jeff Mulligan), Marina Stephenson Kerr (Rose), Stephanie Moroz (Rebecca Rowe), Blake Taylor (Clive Harris), Cherissa Richards (Lindsey McMillan)

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4 thoughts on “A Christmas in Tennessee (2018)

  • December 13, 2018 at 11:42 PM
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    Is a very enjoyable movie. I don’t know what movie richard jones watched but this is nothing like a Netflix movie. Not sappy or boring like some holiday movies are. Great cast with a nice spirit for Christmas. Rare family movie.

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  • December 10, 2018 at 12:20 PM
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    I am a huge Andrew Walker fan. The 1st movie I saw him in was A Bride For Christmas. I’ve watched “non-Christmas movies too. So cute and a “believable” actor.

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  • December 4, 2018 at 10:12 AM
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    This is a total rip off of a Netflix Christmas movie, based in Tennessee, where a music star comes back home to save the place from being sold to corporate muckety-mucks. EXACT same movie. lame.

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    • December 23, 2018 at 6:55 AM
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      Don’t take these movies so seriously. They all basically have the same plot. Busy career woman comes back home due to a family crisis and finds a carpenter that helps her understand the meaning of Christmas and love. It works. It’s fun. It’s innocent. It’s Christmasy. It gets us in a good mood. What’s wrong with that?

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