First Look: Hallmark’s MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR

Henry Winkler, Brooke Burns, Connor Levins, Warren Christie - Most Wonderful Time of the Year

I just wanted to remind you guys to tune in tonight at 9pm and watch MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR on Hallmark. It’s a sweet Holiday movie that is perfect to watch with the family on Saturday night.

Henry Winkler’s performance is the thing that made me enjoy the movie the most. He makes his character just so likable and it even relaxes you watching his scenes. He makes you wish he was your Uncle.

And even though I didn’t know Warren Christie, who plays Morgan Derby, the love interest, it’s hard to resist him.

Most Wonderful Time of the Year also stars Brooke Burns.

Watch the trailer for Most Wonderful Time of the Year below.

Synopsis: Jennifer Cullen (Brooke Burns) is a single, working mom who has become somewhat of a Scrooge when it comes to the Holiday season. Even her six-year-old son Brian (Connor Levins, “Eight Below”) is having trouble believing in Santa Claus. When Jen’s Uncle Ralph (Henry Winkler), a retired police officer, comes to visit for Christmas, he brings along a new friend, a nomad and Jack-of-all-trades named Morgan Derby (Warren Christie). The two met on a flight, and Morgan’s plans to continue on to Denver are cancelled when he finds out the city is completely snowed in. Jen is wary of the stranger, but at Ralph’s request, agrees to let him stay the night.

She warms up to Morgan, especially when she sees how he interacts with Brian. Uncle Ralph approves of Morgan, too, but Jen’s boyfriend Richard (Woody Jeffreys, “Graffiti Flowers”) isn’t nearly as receptive. Meanwhile, Morgan has started to really like Jen, but if she can’t
manage to make Christmas about anything more than business, Morgan will be on his way to Denver, and she’ll have missed the opportunity that was right in front of her. Uncle Ralph has done what he can to keep Morgan around, but it’s going to take something more than that to get him penciled into Jen’s long-term plans. Jen just needs to learn “how to do Christmas,” and it turns out Morgan is the perfect one to teach her.