Dolly Parton Returns to Television with a 'Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love'
Our favorite Southern songstress has done it again. The one-and-only Dolly Parton is making her triumphant return to television with Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love, a holiday sequel to last year's record-breaking Coat of Many Colors. The two-hour made-for-TV movie inspired by Parton's life picks up after Coat of Many Colors left off, when a young Dolly (reprised by Alyvia Alyn Lind) lands a lead role in her school Christmas pageant. As she works to fulfill her dreams of stardom, her family deals with their own desperate struggles. But in the end, faith and love win out, and an unexpected Christmas miracle brings them closer than ever.
"Being brought up in a big family, Christmas was always wonderful," Parton recalls in a sneak peek of the movie. "In the very early days we'd didn't have a lot of store-bought things. We just depended on each other—with the love of family and the love of god—and no matter what we'd come up against, we'd make it."
Watch the trailer here, and don't forget to tune in. Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love airs tomorrow, Wednesday, November 30 on NBC at 9 p.m. ET.