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Netflix's Let It Snow Brings Queer Romance to the Christmas Movie 

Netflix's Let It Snow Brings Queer Romance to the Christmas Movie 

Let It Snow

It's about time Christmas movies started showing that mistletoe is for everyone. 

With the exception of Carol (it's a Christmas movie!), holiday films have been slow to depict queer romance. But Netflix's Let It Snow, which shows several sweet stories of love and friendship unfolding on a particularly snowy Christmas Eve in a sleepy town, features a love story between teen girls that's sure to warm hearts.

Liv Hewson (Santa Clarita Diet, Bombshell) stars as Dorrie, a Waffle Town waitress and a Harry Potter stan who once shared the night of her life meeting and hanging out with Anna Akana's popular girl Kerry. When Kerry and her friends show up at the Waffle Town on Christmas Eve, Dorrie debates how best to rekindle the magic they shared. But first she'll need to determine how best to melt Kerry's icy veneer around her friends.

The movie costars Isabela Merced, Shameik Moore, Odeya Rush, Kiernan Shipka, Mitchell Hope, and Joan Cusack.

Let It Snow is available on Netflix now. Watch a clip from the film below:

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Tracy E. Gilchrist

Tracy E. Gilchrist is the VP, Executive Producer of Entertainment for the Advocate Channel. A media veteran, she writes about the intersections of LGBTQ+ equality and pop culture. Previously, she was the editor-in-chief of The Advocate and the first feminism editor for the 55-year-old brand. In 2017, she launched the company's first podcast, The Advocates. She is an experienced broadcast interviewer, panel moderator, and public speaker who has delivered her talk, "Pandora's Box to Pose: Game-changing Visibility in Film and TV," at universities throughout the country.
Tracy E. Gilchrist is the VP, Executive Producer of Entertainment for the Advocate Channel. A media veteran, she writes about the intersections of LGBTQ+ equality and pop culture. Previously, she was the editor-in-chief of The Advocate and the first feminism editor for the 55-year-old brand. In 2017, she launched the company's first podcast, The Advocates. She is an experienced broadcast interviewer, panel moderator, and public speaker who has delivered her talk, "Pandora's Box to Pose: Game-changing Visibility in Film and TV," at universities throughout the country.