Danica McKellar and Neil Bledsoe to star in Great American Family's 'Christmas in the Car' (TV round-up)

Danica McKellar and Neil Bledsoe to star in Great American Family’s ‘Christmas in the Car’ (TV round-up)

After locking multi-picture with cable network great american familyactor Danica McKellar plans to executive produce his debut holiday film for Christmas in the Car this holiday season.

McKellar will also star in the film alongside another actor. Neil Bledsoe, both of whom had previously worked together on the Hallmark Channel original series The Winter Palace. The screenplay was written by Rick Garman, whose filmography is dominated by other holiday TV movies such as It’s Starting to Look Really Like Christmas or more recently A Christmas…Gift.

The premiere of “Christmas on the Move” is part of the network’s Great American Christmas celebration, a holiday programming marathon that runs from October 21 until the end of 2022.

Also in today’s news:

DATES

Aspiring documentary filmmakers looking for the tools to make their documentary dreams come true will take part in the annual Film Independent Docuseries Intensive, an energetic three-day workshop from September 21-23 for aspiring documentarians to make connections and develop their projects. .

Ten projects and 21 fellows were shortlisted for this year’s event, including such titles as Fruit Bowl: An Oral History of Queer Sex by director Dave Quantick and The Confidant: The Cold War We Were Not Taught in School by co-executor. produced by Melinda Pineconus and Mark Smolowitz.

CNN Original Series is back as a founding sponsor of this year’s event, working in partnership with the nonprofit Film Independent to bring in big names from the documentary film industry as guest speakers and creative consultants. Filmmakers such as Jody Gnomes, Nick Cammilleri and Zachary Ducker are among the few expected mentors.

PROGRAMMING

Disney-branded television has announced this year’s Halloween program for Disney Channel’s Calling All the Monsters and Disney Junior’s Trick or Treats.

Disney Channel Halloween content includes the world premiere of “Under Wraps 2” on September 25, as well as the premiere episodes of “Bunk’d”, “The Villains of Valley View”, “Raven’s Home” and “Big City Greens”. “. Starting September 26, Disney Channel will air Halloween-themed movies every week at 8:00 pm ET, including the Hotel Transylvania and Halloweentown movie series.

Disney Junior will feature new episodes of Mickey Mouse Fun House, Fire Buds, and PJ Masks, among others.

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