[FIRST LOOK] ‘A Miracle Before Christmas’ Coming To BET Networks This Holiday Season

A Miracle Before Christmas movie

BET+ original movie, A Miracle Before Christmas is set to premiere this month starring LeToya Luckett, Romeo Miller, Demetrius Shipp Jr, Paula Jai Parker, Porscha Coleman, and Keith David,  The holiday movie is one of many of the generous slate of holiday movies coming to the network. A Miracle Before Christmas movie will premiere on BET+ on December 8th followed by a broadcast premiere on BET on December 23rd.

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Watch the trailer for A Miracle Before Christmas above.

“There is no place I would rather spend the upcoming holiday season than with our BET and BET+ families — it will be a memorable occasion as we experience A Miracle Before Christmas with an all-star extraordinary cast,” said writer and director LazRael Lison.

A Miracle Before Christmas movie poster

A Miracle Before Christmas movie synopsis

In the feel-good love story about redemption, Luckett plays Mercedes Wright, a popular, fast-talking relationship therapist who has all the answers to fixing everyone else’s marital issues but is challenged by problems with her husband, Matthew (Miller). With help from an angel (David), Wright uses holiday season magic for A Miracle Before Christmas.

A Miracle Before Christmas movie is produced by Lison and Tatiana Chekhova under their Summer House Pictures banner, Charles F. Porter of Black Bench Productions, and Jasper Cole (Never and Again, Kombucha Cure, and Dunkleman). The film is executive produced by Marlon D. Haynes with casting by Dea Vise.

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