Exclusive Clip: Merry Kissmas

Posted on November 30, 2015 at 8:00 am

Karissa Lee Staples (“Necessary Roughness”) and Brant Daugherty (“Pretty Little Liars”) star in the cheerful romantic comedy, “Merry Kissmas,” available on Digital HD and On Demand December 1, 2015 from MarVista Digital Entertainment. Directed by Michael Feifer, the film also stars Doris Roberts (“Everybody Loves Raymond”), David O’Donnell (“Christmas Under Wraps”), Ion Overman (Madea Goes to Jail) and Brittany Underwood (“One Life to Live”).

Kayla Hansen’s long-term relationship with Tony-winning choreographer Carlton Peters is on the rocks, mainly because Carlton treats her more like his personal assistant than his girlfriend. However, the two have agreed to not address their rocky relationship until after Christmas and Carlton’s new production of “The Nutcracker.” When Kayla shares an impromptu mistletoe kiss in an elevator with handsome Dustin Casey, she feels that she has finally and serendipitously encountered the love of her life. However, due to Dustin’s previously failed relationships, he shies away from expressing his feelings, and when Carlton starts wooing Kayla to give their relationship a second chance, Kayla’s love life becomes even more complicated. This holiday season, Kayla must follow her heart, and make a few wishes along the way to find true love.

Available December 1, 2015 on Amazon, Comcast Xfinity, Google Play, iTunes, Vimeo and VUDU, as well as On Demand with Charter, DirecTV, Verizon, and Vubiquity.

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