Netflix Just Released the Trailer for the New Christmas Movie 'The Holiday Calendar'

Look out, 'A Christmas Prince!'

Sparkling snow, perfectly wrapped presents, stunning decor—Christmas sure does seem magical! But in Netflix's new original movie, holiday dreams actually do come true for one lucky girl.

After debuting the crazy-popular film The Christmas Prince last year—which is getting a sequel, by the way—the streaming service has decided to sign up for four more festive flicks in 2018, beginning with The Holiday Calendar.

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In the story, a young photographer named Abby (Kat Graham) receives an heirloom advent calendar from her Gramps (Ron Cephas Jones, who also portrays the beloved William Hill in This Is Us!) as a gift. "It was your grandmother's," he says. "She wanted you to have it."

Abby then has a heart-to-heart with her her longtime friend (Quincy Brown), who's home for the holidays after exploring the world. She reveals her Christmas wish is to be "fearless enough to go after [her] dreams." Do we detect the hint of a seasonal miracle in the works? We think so!

'The Holiday Calendar'

As predicted, some pretty extraordinary events start happening. Each day the calendar gives her a gift, and then that exact item seems to appear in real life—as if the antique is predicting her future. Soon, all of the woman's hopes are becoming a reality: She starts dating an amazing guy (Ethan Peck) and lands a gig photographing for The Nutcracker.

Though the stylish boots and new job are certainly a perk, Abby starts to hone in on what the calendar is really leading her to after a conversation with her granddad. "Your grandmother was convinced it had magical powers," he tells her. "She said it brought her to me." Although she's now seeing someone new, her true love could be someone who's been there all along (one guess as to who that might be!).

If you're itching to find out the fate of the photographer, you don't have to wait long. The Holiday Calendar premieres on Friday, November 2, only on Netflix.

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