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Watch Kirk Franklin’s the Night Before Christmas on Lifetime
Kirk Franklin’s the Night Before Christmas. (Photo: Lifetime)
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Kirk Franklin’s Christmas Movie: How to Watch ‘Kirk Franklin’s the Night Before Christmas’

Viewers Can Also Watch ‘Kirk Franklin’s a Gospel Christmas’

Kirk Franklin’s new Christmas movie is the second one from the award-winning gospel artist celebrating the holiday season. While the new 2022 movie airs December 10, fans can also rewatch last year’s “Kirk Franklin’s A Gospel Christmas.”

The plot for “Kirk Franklin’s the Night Before Christmas” centers on a mother and daughter with a rocky relationship who are compelled to reconnect after a nasty snowstorm forces them to take shelter inside a church. Of course, there’s plenty of music and singing as the lively and heartwarming movie takes place on Christmas Eve.

The Lifetime Original Movie is headlined by ​​Naturi Naughton as Journee and Loren Lott as Simone Adam. Luke James is also featured and reportedly Kirk Franklin makes an appearance.

“Kirk Franklin’s the Night Before Christmas” was directed by Tailiah Breon and written by Tara Knight.

The only way to watch the new Christmas movie is via Lifetime, which requires a TV service provider (streaming service).

Watch a trailer for the new Christmas movie below.

If you don’t have TV service provider, there are a few options. Some popular ones include DirecTV, Xfinity, and Philo. At All Christian Movies, we tend to lean toward Philo.

With Philo you get access to lots of shows and movies and more than 70 live channels. These include BET, TV One, Hallmark, Lifetime, VH1, OWN, AMC, and others. The subscription is $25 and you can stop and start the service at any time, for whatever reason. But if it’s your first time using Philo, you can sign up and watch “Kirk Franklin’s the Night Before Christmas” for free with a seven-day trial. After seven days, and if you find that you don’t like or need the service, just cancel before the trial expires.

If you happen to try Philo, why not make it a gospel Christmas movie night? After watching the main feature, why not follow it up with “Kirk Franklin’s A Gospel Christmas”? And, if you’re still up and feeling festive after that, you might be able to watch “Never Would Have Made It: The Marvin Sapp Story” on TV One.

Check out Philo here

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