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Jen Lilley Shares Clips from GAF’s A PARIS CHRISTMAS WALTZ

Photo from Jen Lilley’s Instagram

Jen Lilley Shares Clips from GAF’s A PARIS CHRISTMAS WALTZ

By Movieguide® Contributor 

Great American Family actress Jen Lilley shared some behind-the-scenes clips that show her dancing for her upcoming movie A PARIS CHRISTMAS WALTZ.

“Save the date! A PARIS CHRISTMAS WALTZ premieres Nov 19 at 8 PM/7c on @gactv,” she captioned in the post. “And yes, we got an interim agreement! Because we need to show the major studios that actors can work and thrive without the studio system.” 

The comment section was flooded with excitement from fans about the movie.

“Look at you! You go girl!!! Looking forward to seeing your new movie!” one follower stated.

“So looking forward to seeing this movie. You can act and dance so well, you can probably sing too. You are a star and Matthew is of course a star too. Best wishes!” another user commented.

A PARIS CHRISTMAS WALTZ is a sequel to THE CHRISTMAS WALTZ. Matthew Morrison stars alongside Lilley. 

Movieguide® previously reported:

“The movie, which was shot in Paris, follows Emma (Jen Lilley) after she gives up her job so a colleague with a family will keep his. As she is figuring out what’s next, she meets Leo (Matthew Morrison), a professional dancer, whose love for competitive dancing is waning. The two team up in a once-in-lifetime opportunity as the novice joins the pro to take the Paris dance field by storm.” 

Creators Michael and Janeen Damian have collaborated on 17 original movies, including the original CHRISTMAS WALTZ which was released on the Hallmark Channel. PARIS CHRISTMAS WALTZ is executive produced by Brad Krevoy, Amy Krell, Jimmy Townsend, and Lorenzo Nardini. Michael Janeed will also direct the movie. 

Great American Family began its Christmas programming in early October and will continue until Christmas.

PEOPLE reported, “The network’s 24-7 Christmas programming now begins on Friday, Oct. 13. And, as Candace Cameron Bure announces in the video above — the first of 20 new original Christmas movies debuts on Saturday, Oct. 14. The season then continues with new movie premieres — featuring stars like Danica McKellar, Chad Michael Murray, Jen Lilley, and Bure herself — every week through Dec. 23.” 

A PARIS CHRISTMAS WALTZ will air on Nov. 19 at 8 p.m. ET. 

Movieguide® previously reported on Lilley:

Jen Lilley is encouraging people to get involved with her Christmas Is Not Canceled campaign to combat “helplessness” and to “come together with people.”

“I started Christmas Is Not Canceled because of the feeling I’m feeling right now, which is helplessness,” the actress said in a recent Instagram Live, referring to the ongoing Hamas-Israel conflict. “I try to be an action-oriented person, which is why I started Christmas Is Not Canceled.”

Christmas Is Not Canceled “started as a one-time mission to give Christmas to families in crisis during the pandemic [but] has evolved into a series of impactful giving campaigns featuring family-friendly celebrities from various networks, centered around fostering a sense of community that gives back,” per the organization’s website. 

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