‘Just In Time For Christmas’: Hallmark Fans Enjoy Magical Sleigh Ride In New Movie Starring William Shatner, Eloise Mumford

Just In Time For Christmas is a magical new Hallmark movie that will light up TV screens and transport fans on the sleigh ride of their lives this Saturday December 5. Just In Time For Christmas makes one of a slew of movies that the Hallmark Channel has premiered this season during the Countdown to Christmas. Last weekend, Inquisitr covered Angel Of Christmas. This week’s Just In Time For Christmas is directed by Sean McNamara and written by Helen Frost and Dan Macleod. The world-premiere holiday movie stars Eloise Mumford as Lindsay Rogers, Michael Stahl-David as Jason Stewart, William Shatner as Coachman, and Christopher Lloyd as Grandpa Bob, according to the Internet Movie Database (IMDB).

Just In Time For Christmas Synopsis

Just In Time For Christmas centers around the hardworking Lindsay, a college professor who wants to live an inspired life and believes that she can achieve it by landing her dream job at a prestigious university. Meanwhile, she is dating her longtime boyfriend, Jason, a charming guy who runs the local coffee shop. To him, community is important, and while people come there to have a nice warm cup of their favorite coffee beverage, it’s also a hub for residents to congregate. To make his life complete, he asks Lindsay to marry him, but instead of giving him the answer he expects, Lindsay is going through an inner struggle, since she has just been offered a position at Yale. Now, she must decide to marry Jason or take the job that she has wanted for so long.

Life for Lindsay takes a swift turn after she meets Coachman, an older man on a magical carriage who appears out of nowhere. Feeling automatically drawn to him, Lindsay takes Coachman up on his offer to take her on an sleigh ride adventure where she is transported into the future. But as she sees how her life turns out three years later, she regrets not marrying Jason, who has moved on with a new woman. Can the Coachman help Lindsay return to her past so that she can win Jason Back? Or must she live with the decision? To find out, be sure to watch Just In Time For Christmas on the Hallmark Channel this Saturday at 8/7 central, according to Variety.

An inspiring new movie about the decisions we make that can affect the rest of our lives, Just In time For Christmas is sure to be a wonderful holiday film that Hallmark fans will enjoy and relate to. After all, who hasn’t had to make a painful decision related to a job or a relationship?

Just In Time For Christmas is produced by the Johnson Production Group and Hallmark Hall of Fame Productions. It is executive produced by Carol Baum, Timothy O. Johnson, Brent Shields, and Jane Goldenring. The beautiful soundtrack music is by Kaylan Mackinnon. Filming took place in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.


Just In Time For Christmas: About the cast

Eloise Mumford

“Eloise Mumford is a native of Washington State. She’s a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. She had a recurring role (as Lena Landry) in the television series The River, and played Lindsay Holloway in the series Lone Star. This is her second Hallmark Hall of Fame movie; the first was Christmas with Holly (2012). She played Anastasia Steele’s roommate, Kate Kavanaugh, in Fifty Shades of Grey.”

Michael Stahl-David

“Michael Stahl-David is a native of Chicago. On television, Stahl‐Davis portrayed Sean Donnelly, one of the four Irish brothers, in the series The Black Donnellys. He’s appeared in many additional TV series, including Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Person of Interest, New Girl and The Good Wife. He was Rob in the J.J. Abrams feature, Cloverfield.”

William Shatner

“William Shatner [is best] known for his roles on Boston Legal and Star Trek, Shatner is one of the most recognizable stars working today. He’s also directed, written books, and recorded albums. he role that made him famous world‐wide was Captain James T. Kirk, commander of the USS Enterprise, on Star Trek, which premiered September 8, 1966.”

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