This is the season of holiday movies, and the Hallmark Channel has begun a series of new celebrations, many of which were filmed in Connecticut and the Hudson Valley.
The latest movie of Hallmark Channels "Christmas Countdown" is a movie set in Avon, Connecticut, starring Danica McKeller in "The Year of Miracles".
Most of the film’s content is now shot in British Columbia, but according to a press release from the Hallmark Channel, the film is called You, Me, and the Christmas Tree. The background is Danica, a tree farm in Avon, Connecticut. McKayla plays Olivia and Benjamin Ayres plays Jack. They work together to solve the mysterious disease that caused the death of the Christmas tree on Jack's farm and love each other in the process.
Film screenwriter Julie Sherman Wolfe is no stranger to the small town of Connecticut. She actually calls Avon her home. When she writes, she always tries to set her films in Connecticut. As if she had done it several times.
You can watch her latest movie on the Hallmark channel in November, which will be broadcast on Tuesday, November 9 at 10 am, on November 18 at 8 pm, on November 25 at midnight, and on November 29 It airs at 4 pm.
The following is a quick interview with Hallmarks’ latest holiday movie star:
Connecticut and the Hudson Valley continue to be hot spots for Hallmark Channel Christmas movies shown on the Internet this year. Sugar Plum Twist was filmed in Norwalk and New London. A royal holiday was filmed in Putnam, Woodstock and Hartford. The hero holiday was mainly filmed in southeastern Connecticut, while Christmas in Honeysuckle Lane was filmed in Wethersfield.