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Zoey’s Extraordinary Christmas Trailer Brings Holiday Joy

It’s time to decorate the rooms and warm up your vocal cords because the cult musical jukebox, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, returns to the Roku channel just in time for Christmas.

Zoey’s Extraordinary Christmas will pick up where the series left off, following Zoey as she navigates the intricacies of her work and personal life, with the added emotional weight of a Christmas shrouded in the loss of her father, played by Peter Gallagher. This Christmas, Zoey takes on the challenge of her first vacation without her father, and with the prospect of a vacation in which her family does not reunite, but rather plans to travel out of town.

But when Zoey is confronted with the prospect of a Christmas without a family, she realizes how much the season means to her. And when the family agrees to reunite, with them leading the holiday festivities, chaos will ensue and electric turkey carvers will be wielded, ultimately resulting in a very extraordinary Christmas for all.

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This film marks the return of Zoey’s story as the series was canceled by NBC and picked up by the Roku channel for a synthesis film. Jane Levy, Skylar Astin, Alex Newell, John Clarence Stewart, Andrew Leeds, Alice Lee, Michael Thomas Grant, Kapil Talwalkar, Mary Steenburgen, Peter Gallagher, and Bernadette Peters will reprise all of their roles from the original (and Emmy Award-winning) series for this film. You can expect all of your favorite Christmas carols to be included, complete with the signature Zoey flare, impromptu mall dance routines included.

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Viewers can now stream all 25 episodes of Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist on the Roku channel. Zoey’s Extraordinary Christmas will be available to stream for free on the Roku Channel starting December 1, 2021. Watch the trailer below:


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