Snowed-Inn Christmas (2017)

Movie Summary

Jenna Hudson and Kevin Jenner are polar opposites working for the same online publication in New York City. With both having nowhere they want to be for Christmas, they volunteer for a special writing assignment. After a snowstorm forces their plane to land in none other than Santa Claus, Indiana, the two are placed in a Christmas Wonderland and the focus of their story shifts to saving the historic town inn run by Carol and Christopher Winters. As the two overcome their differences, they also rediscover the magic of Christmas. But with the inn’s fate in jeopardy and the return of someone from Jenna’s past, Carol and Christopher lend a helping hand to bring Jenna and Kevin together.

Snowed-Inn Christmas originally premiered on Lifetime December 16, 2017.

Where can I watch Snowed-Inn Christmas online?

Snowed-Inn Christmas is available to stream from the following providers:

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Is Snowed-Inn Christmas available to buy on DVD?

Yes, as part of a collection.

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When will Snowed-Inn Christmas air on TV in 2024?

Not airing this week

This movie normally airs throughout the holiday season on Lifetime. For a complete schedule of dates and times, view the It’s a Wonderful Lifetime schedule.

Year Released


Cast Includes

Bethany Joy Lenz, Andrew Walker

Rate Movie:

5/5 - (2 votes)

Snowed-Inn Christmas Movie Trailer

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One thought on “Snowed-Inn Christmas (2017)

  • December 22, 2018 at 3:40 PM

    I’m trying to watch “Poinsettias for Christmas”, but the MISPRONUNCIATION of “poinsettia” is grating on me so much that I had to look it up to make sure I wasn’t losing my mind. It is and has always been pronounced “poin-set-ta” NOT “poin-set-ti-a”. Grrrrrr.

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