Hallmark is heading to Dollywood and the movie is airing once again for you this Sunday if you missed the debut last weekend.
Just when we thought Christmas couldn't get any better with Hallmark airing its record-breaking holiday movie marathon, we finally have the icing on the cake this weekend.
Hallmark has gone to Dollywood and honestly, it was about time we got a glimpse of legendary singer Dolly Parton in a Hallmark movie.
And it's coming sooner than you think. Although it debuted on December 8 as part of Hallmark’s 10th Countdown to Christmas campaign, you can watch it plenty more times throughout this month if you missed the debut.
Christmas at Dollywood Showtimes
Dec. 13, 8 p.m. CT
Dec. 15, 2 p.m. CT
Dec. 19, 10 p.m. CT
Dec. 20, 6 p.m. CT
Dec. 25, 5 p.m. CT
Christmas at Dollywood focuses on Rachel Lewis (played by Danica McKellar) who is a single mom learning that her life has been turned upside when her investors end up ruining her latest theatrical about a holiday extravaganza and leading her into bankruptcy.
The award-winning Broadway producer has to now force the show to close down following which her friend calls from Tennessee asking her if she was interested in producing another show for the 20th anniversary of the Smoky Mountain Christmas Festival at Dollywood.
And she is also made aware of working with Luke Hakman, the entertainment director at Dollywood, who looks at the holiday show as a way to become the park's new general manager. Rachel then ends up at the Appalachian mountain roots with her daughter Amy, and tells her a new Adventures of Amy story, hoping she could create a book out of these stories one day.
And that is when Rachel tells Amy about a little girl following Santa Claus on his route. Using the stars as her guide, fantasy Amy goes with Santa to the Northern Lights. The little girl is so engrossed in the story that Rachel even tells her that the lights are so magical Amy can just look to the night sky and find her way back home.
Rachel suddenly realizes that it could be the inspiration for a new Dollywood show. However, she will have to convince Luke, who has other plans. As they make compromises to please their boss, Rachel and Luke realize love could happen at any circumstances.
Meanwhile earlier, Mckeller was excited to see Dolly Parton in the film. "I grew up watching Dolly Parton on TV. I love her. She is everything. I got to meet her -- she is charismatic and gorgeous and lovely, and she's the best person ever," McKellar told ET's Katie Krause on the sets of Home & Family, claiming that there will be "a lot of really fun Dolly surprises." "I'm so excited that I get to work with her."
Will you be watching?