Sister Swap: A Hometown Holiday (2021)

Movie Summary

In these interconnected movies, Jennifer and Meg Swift are sisters who couldn’t be closer despite living hours apart. Jennifer is in Salt Lake City, running a successful restaurant she started with her late husband and raising her teenaged son Simon. Meg stayed in their hometown of Hazelwood, helping their parents run the local bakery. This Christmas is the family’s first since the passing of Uncle Dave who owned the town’s beloved theater, The Madison, where many memories were made over the years. When Jennifer and Simon return home for the holiday, they become wistful for one more Christmas at The Madison, despite that it’s for sale and in need of repairs. Meanwhile, Meg is helping Jennifer’s restaurant staff in Salt Lake prepare for a Christmas competition among local restaurants with the winner earning money for the charity of its choice. With the sisters switching cities leading up to the holiday, they find a new sense of purpose and discover what they both truly need in life and in love.

Is it available to purchase or rent?

No

2022 Dates, Times, and Channels

04/01/22 – 8:00pm on Hallmark Channel

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

Year Released

2021

Cast Includes

Kimberley Williams-Paisley (Jennifer Swift), Ashley Williams (Meg Swift), Mark Deklin (Eric Baker), Susan Yeagley (Barb Hutter), Kevin Nealon (Uncle Dave), Keith Robinson (Joe), Jacob Buster (Simon Swift), Anna Holbrook (Debbie), Jim Byrnes (Luke), Roberta Valderrama (Valerie)

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One thought on “Sister Swap: A Hometown Holiday (2021)

  • December 6, 2021 at 5:27 PM
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    Great to watch a Hallmark movie that had a different twist, didn’t follow the same pattern all the time, real-life sisters added to the look, plot line had more substance – it’s a delightful Christmas movie.

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