In 2013, the romantic holiday comedy, Marry Me for Christmas, made its debut. The film, followed the story of ad executive, Marci Jewel, who finds herself becoming romantically involved, when she returns home for the holidays.
Upon making its debut Marry Me for Christmas proved to be a hit with audiences, spawning a collection of sequels in the process. These sequels followed Marci’s story.
But how many Marry Me for Christmas movies are there?
For all the details and more, keep reading.
The Marry Me for Christmas movies in order
To date there are five entries in the Marry Me movie series:
- Marry Me for Christmas (2013)
- Marry Us for Christmas (2014)
- A Baby for Christmas (2015)
- Merry Christmas, Baby (2016)
- Chandler Christmas Getaway (2018)
Are all of the Marry Me for Christmas movies part of the same series?
All five Marry Me for Christmas movies are part of the same series, with events following on in chronological order.
Roger Melvin directed Marry Me for Christmas, Drew Powell directed Marry Us for Christmas, while Rhonda Baraka directed A Baby for Christmas, Merry Christmas, Baby, and Chandler Christmas Getaway.
Who are the cast of the Marry Me for Christmas movies?
Notable cast members in the Marry Me for Christmas movie series include Malinda Williams, Tamara Bass, Dawn Halfkenny, Carl Payne, Karon Riley, Victoria Rowell, Jason Weaver, Marques Houston, Chrystale Wilson, Deetta West, Nadej K. Bailey, Keith Arthur Bolden, and Gregory Alan Williams.
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2 Responses to How many Marry Me for Christmas movies are there?
I just checked yesterday. But you would be amazed at how many films of Dickens’ Christmas story have been made. Every year my wife and I binge on the Hallmark Xmas films. Most are absolute, formulaic garbage. One out of 10 are decent but all suffer from a low budget shot in Canada.
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I imagine the Dickens’ adaptations will outlive us all – and beyond. Surely it has to be the most adapted book of all time?