Nicole Michalik

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Whattt this is so crazy!  Hallmark, Lifetime, Netflix, HBO Max, Great American Country, AND NOW QVC are all doing Christmas movies. Ha!  Talk about holiday cheer!

The awesome part about the QVC Movie – Holly & the Hot Chocolate is that it was filmed in Media, PA!

Here are the details:

QVC is entering the ever-growing original holiday movie space this year with the debut of its first-ever title in the genre, “Holly & the Hot Chocolate.” It airs November 24 on QVC+

Streaming on free platform QVC+ beginning Thanksgiving Day, the film revolves around Holly, “a big city food critic who unexpectedly finds herself stuck in the small town of Pine Falls during Christmas,” per QVC’s description. “Surrounded by locals who love the season as much as she does, Holly soon learns at the center of their holiday spirit is a special hot chocolate recipe sold in the town square. With the help of a charming, albeit humbuggish, tow-truck driver, Holly gets to experience firsthand why Pine Falls is one of the best Christmas towns in America — and what makes their hot chocolate so magical.”

From the Media, PA – Everybody’s Home Town Facebook Page, it says the following:

This was filmed in Media in October. It’ll be fun looking for familiar places — Plum Street Mall, Gifford-Risley B&B, East Second Street, etc.

2023's Shocking Country Grammy Snubs

The 2023 Grammy nominations were announced today (11/15), and many country stars got nominated, including Miranda Lambert, who scored four nominations, and Luke Combs, who was nominated for three Grammys, including Best Country Album for his newly CMA-winning Album of the Year “Growin’ Up.”

But, as always, the Grammys don’t usually get it right. Here, we take a look at what we believe are the biggest Grammy snubs of 2023.

  • 5 - Kane Brown

    Kane Brown

    Kane’s album “Different Man” has been getting great reviews and has a duet with Blake Shelton on the title track. It is surprising that the album and Kane didn’t get any nominations for it.

  • 4 - Little Big Town

    Little Big Town

    Little Big Town is consistently solid, and their new “Mr. Sun” album came out in time for Grammy consideration. It is odd not to see them in the Best Duo/Group category this year. They have been in the category steadily since 2011. They won the category in 2013 and 2018.

  • 3 - Thomas Rhett

    Thomas Rhett

    Thomas’ album “Where We Started” should have made it to the Best Country Album category, especially with his title track duet with Katy Perry.

  • 2 - Lainey Wilson

    Lainey Wilson

    While her new album “Bell Bottom Country” did not qualify for a Grammy as it came out in late October, Lainey Willson has been everywhere, and her country star has been steadily rising. The all-genre Best New Artist category rarely includes country but her name should have been there this year.

  • 1 - Carrie Underwood

    Carrie Underwood

    Carrie is a Grammy darling and has won eight Grammys in her career. She has been nominated for sixteen Grammy awards. We are stumped and wonder why her new “Denim and Rhinestones” album and songs didn’t get any Grammy love this year.