Hulu has acquired two new Christmas movies for this holiday season, “A Christmas Frequency” and “Reporting for Christmas,” produced by Nicely Entertainment. Both are set to release on Hulu in the United States on November 1, 2023.
“A Christmas Frequency” stars Denise Richards as a morning radio show host, who is struggling in both her personal life — secretly separating from her husband (James Hyde) — and at work, with the ratings of her show dropping. When she’s set up on a series of blind dates as a way to save the show, things get interesting with one man (Jonathan Stoddard) is both a man she’s actually interested in and someone who has also applied to be her date.
“A Christmas Frequency is directed by Lindsay Hartley. Vanessa Shapiro executive produces; producers are Richard Switzer and Dave Hickey.
“Reporting for Christmas” follows Mary (Tamara Feldman), a serious reporter forced to take a break from her political beat to write a puff piece about a small-town toy company. While on assignment, she meets the handsome and charming toy manufacturer Hank (D.B. Sweeney).
“Since Nicely Entertainment was formed in 2020, we have become well-established both in the U.S. and overseas for providing high-quality feel-good romantic movies, and we are delighted to have cemented our first exclusive licensing agreement with Hulu,” says Nicely Entertainment founder and CEO Vanessa Shapiro. “Denise Richards is well-known to audiences across the U.S. for her role on ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ and ‘Bold and the Beautiful,’ and it has been a pleasure to work with her on ‘A Christmas Frequency,’ a holiday romance about authenticity and misunderstandings.”
“A Christmas Frequency” and “Reporting for Christmas” will also be made available on Apple, Vudu, Amazon and GooglePlay.