The second ever GAC Family Christmas movie is a classic switcheroo. Sarah Lind and Dillon Casey star in The Great Christmas Switch that will set the lives of twin sisters on the right track.
The premiere date and time for The Great Christmas Switch 2021 movie is Saturday, November 6th at 8/7c exclusively on the GAC Family cable TV channel.
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The GAC Family synopsis that sets the table for The Great Christmas Switch reads, “In an effort to get away from their problems for a little while during a particularly stressful holiday season, identical twins, Sophia, a single girl in the city with a demanding boss, and Kaelynn, a single mother of two in the Midwest, decide to switch places for Christmas. While living each other’s lives they realize that what’s been missing in their own lives may not be too far out of reach after all…”