Zoey's Extraordinary Christmas TV film gets release date
The show was officially cancelled in June of this year but depending on the film's success, there could be more episodes.
The follow-up film special Zoey’s Extraordinary Christmas officially has a release date.
The recently released trailer, which sees Zoey’s (Jane Levy) best friend and neighbour Mo (Alex Newell) singing the holiday classic It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, revealed that it will be available to stream from 1st December 2021 exclusively on Roku.
Picking up where the season 2 finale left off, Zoey’s Extraordinary Christmas will see the titular computer programmer attempting to throw a magical Christmas for her family following the death of her father Mitch (Peter Gallagher).
Skylar Astin, John Clarence Stewart, Mary Steenburgen, Andrew Leeds, Alice Lee, David St. Louis and Bernadette Peters are also all set to reprise their roles.
The film was written by the show’s creator Austin Winsberg and directed by Richard Shepard, who helmed the pilot episode back in 2020.
“It was a true honour and a thrill to bring this amazingly talented group of people back together again to make Zoey’s Extraordinary Christmas,” said creator Austin Winsberg.
“This movie never would have happened if it wasn’t for the incredible outpouring of love and support from the fans. It really is a Christmas gift for all of us.”