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Katharine Barrell Steps Behind the Camera for Flipping for Christmas 

Katharine Barrell Steps Behind the Camera for Flipping for Christmas

[Warning: General spoilers ahead.]

Fan favorite Earper and Good Witch alumni Katharine Barrell makes her directing debut for Hallmark Channel Friday night with Flipping for Christmas, written by Brett Heard, which puts a Christmas spin on Hallmark classics like All of My Heart, Flip That Romance, and Love, Once and Always as an unlikely duo co-inherit a house.

Starring Ashley Newbrough and Marcus Rosner (in his first of two holiday films this season), the film follows ambitious realtor/designer Abigail Jones (Newbrough), who’s too busy to make time for the holidays. Just after landing a career-changing opportunity to represent DevelaCorp, the largest property development company in the city, her plans are derailed when her sister, Claire (Natalie Lisinska) calls for help with the “simple flip” of a recently inherited home. When she gets there, she finds out there’s a a co-beneficiary, Bo (Rosner), the town’s altruistic contractor.

Flipping for Christmas

That creates a snag when Abigail is ready to flip and sell the house to help her sister, whose growing family also includes their dad. Bo has eyes on converting it to a bed and breakfast. While they figure out their options against the backdrop of the holidays, she finds new purpose in her community. When a potential corporate deal threatens that newfound appreciation of family, friends, and a certain contractor, she races to nip it in the bud.

Flipping for Christmas

Flipping for Christmas premieres Friday at 8 pm/7c on Hallmark Channel in the US, W Network in Canada. It will also be available on various streaming platforms. Here are a couple of sneak peeks.

Photos courtesy of Vortex Media and Hallmark Media; video courtesy of Hallmark Media.

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