Watch ‘A husband For Christmas’ Shows On Citi TV
Get ready to be thrilled this festive season as CITI TV treats you to a fun packed TV experience.
At one point or the other in life, we tend to take certain decisions purposely for convenience, but before we could imagine, things begin to get much better than we expected.
Jay Cipriani, Natalie Kiwi, writers for the movie 'A husband for Christmas', exquisitely tell the story of how certain decisions including relationships for only convenient reasons can get a lot better than originally planned.
Ghana's fast rising Television station, Citi TV in a bid to entertain its viewers with relevant content for the holiday season, will be showing movies during the Holiday season.
One of such movies is a love story titled ‘ A husband for Christmas' directed by David DeCoteau.
The movie tells the story of two co-workers who agree to a marriage of convenience but they later realize things get a lot better than they imagined.
“Brooke and Roger, two graphic designers in a soon-to-be-merged company, help one another by agreeing to a loveless marriage of convenience, suggested by their new boss, Mr. Rawlings, and Brooke’s best friend, Natalie.
In the process, Brooke gets to upstage her sister who just announced her engagement to Brooke’s ex-boyfriend during the holidays. But, with their “marriage” in question, will Brooke and Roger find a spark they didn't know existed?” excepts of the synopsis for the movie.
The 88 minutes movie features the likes of Vivica A. Fox, Ricco Ross, Eric Roberts, Dominique Swain, Jackée Harry, Jason-Shane Scott, Jessica Morris, Hilary Shepard, Helene Udy.
The movie since its release two years ago, has seen some impressive ratings from movie fanatics and acclaimed industry players.
The movie airs on Citi TV on Christmas Day at 1:00pm, and on December 27th at 8:00pm, and finally on 29th December at 10:00am.
Other movies showing on Citi TV for the holiday season include; 'A chilly Christmas', and 'A holiday Baggage'.
Don't miss out on any of the movies showing this season on Citi TV this season. Television certainly got a new life this season.