Reba McEntire is becoming a member of Lifetime’s 2021 authentic vacation film slate because the star of “Christmas in Tune,” the A+E Networks-owned cable channel revealed Wednesday throughout the firm’s digital upfront presentation. And sure, she’ll be singing in it.
The Christmas film is the primary venture in a two-picture deal that the Grammy winner signed with Lifetime to star in and produce movies for the community.
Set up as a tentpole film for Lifetime’s annual “It’s a Wonderful Lifetime” vacation slate, “Christmas In Tune” tells the story of Belle, a advertising and marketing govt who’s fearful she could lose her job.
Per Lifetime, “She decides to reunite a singing duo for a charity Christmas concert, but the problem is — the singers are actually her parents and they have not spoken to each other in years! Soon the at-odds couple is helping Belle get her life in order and she begins her own romantic duet with the new man in her life.”
“Christmas in Tune” is written by Juliet Giglio and Keith Giglio. The movie is produced by Hartbreak Films with Paula Hart and McEntire serving as govt producers.
Lifetime is at present casting the film, which can embrace an authentic track by McEntire. Filming is about for this spring.
The second film in McEntire’s two-picture take care of the cable channel is in growth for 2022. Per Lifetime, that one is not going to be a vacation film.
“Reba has been a creative force in both music and television for many years. We are thrilled to have her on board to produce and star in not just one – but two movies for us,” Tanya Lopez, EVP of Movies, Limited Series & Original Movie Acquisitions at Lifetime and LMN, stated. “Reba has been part of Lifetime’s air many years ago and we can’t wait to welcome her back!”
McEntire echoed Lopez’s sentiment, stating, “I am thrilled to partner with Lifetime for a return to television movies! My fans and I enjoy their programming and loved watching the Reba show there for so many years.”
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