When Angels Come to Town

Emmy Award winner Peter Falk (“Columbo,” “Columbo: Agenda For Murder”), Golden Globe nominee Katey Sagal (“8 Simple Rules,” “Married… with Children”) and Emmy Award winner Tammy Blanchard (“Life with Judy Garland:  Me & My Shadows”) star in WHEN ANGELS COME TO TOWN, a new holiday movie to be broadcast as the “CBS Sunday Movie,” Sunday, Nov. 28 (9:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT).  Falk reprises his role as the angel Max in this heartwarming holiday drama about two very different families who need his help at Christmas time.
This time, Max’s (Falk) job is at stake when his heavenly supervisor, Jo (Sagal), comes to earth to discipline him for contacting the wrong family in need.  Max first appears to Sally Reid (Blanchard), a hardworking young woman whose goal is to get a promotion and a raise so that she can get her younger brother out of foster care.  Jo tells Max that he made a mistake on the address and should have contacted Karl Hoffman (Seann Gallagher), a young man who is about to automate his family’s Christmas ornament factory and eliminate its artisan personnel.  As the story unfolds, it appears that Jo may have made the real mistake and that the families may be connected in many surprising ways.  She also discovers that she needs Max’s help to reunite one family and bring the other closer together in this story of tradition, friendship and love.
 The two previous CBS movies featuring Max are “A Town Without Christmas,” the most-watched television movie in the 2001-2002 television season, and “Finding John Christmas,” the third most-watched television movie of the 2002-2003 season.  WHEN ANGELS COME TO TOWN was produced by Daniel H. Blatt Productions (“A Town Without Christmas,” “Finding John Christmas”).


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