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Julie Marie Berman and Justin Bruening Star in Lifetime’s ‘The March Sisters at Christmas’

On Saturday, November 24, Lifetime will premiere its new holiday film “,” a modern retelling of ’s “,” which stars Julie Marie Berman (“”) as Jo March, one of four sisters who learn that their mother is planning on selling their family home, Orchard House, due to the family not being able to keep up with the extensive repairs the house needs. Sisters Amy (), Meg () and Beth () join Jo in helping restore their family home to its former glory before their mother’s deadline to sell (after Christmas of course!) fast approaches.

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(“”) co-stars as Teddy Lawrence, Jo’s neighbor who she thinks is developing feelings for her – this despite Jo not being interested in romance. Meanwhile, Amy is frustrated that Teddy doesn’t seem to notice her, Meg finds herself rethinking her feelings for an old boyfriend whose heart she broke, and Beth grows concerned over the mounting drama surrounding their efforts. Will Jo be able to get things in order before Christmas is ruined? Tune in to find out.

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“The March Sisters at Christmas” airs Saturday, November 24 at 8:00 PM ET/PT on Lifetime. Encore airings are scheduled for Sunday, November 25 at 12:00 AM ET/PT and 5:00 PM ET/PT.

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  • yasmeen

    hi, im 13 my name is yasmeen and i love this movie. i think Julie Marie Berman is so pretty and i want to be just like her

  • LexSkeptic

    This is most disgusting display of disrespect for a classic novel that I have seen. What were the people at Lifetime thinking? I know they wanted to make it modern, but if they want to latch on to Louisa May Alcott’s beloved novel, they could have made these modern woman with morals and values, not drunken sluts. The March family abstained from alcohol and if I remember correctly from reading an autobiography of the Alcott family, they abstained as well. I saw so many ways that these four women (Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy) could have been portrayed in modern times, but still maintain the characteristics/life paths that were given to them by Louisa May Alcott. Lifetime should have written their own Christmas story with no mention of “Little Women” and called it, “Drunken Slut Sisters at Christmas”. I kept watching thinking surely it would get better, but it never did, I was only able to stomach about 35 minutes of this abysmal train wreck. There are generations of women who read, loved and still respect Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel and Lifetime has insulted the intelligence of each and every one of these women. SHAME ON YOU LIFETIME.

  • Karen

    The whole cast in this was horrible and the story pure trash