Christmas has come early this year!
Lifetime recently announced the network would be enlisting one of the most beloved Hollywood stars ever to have graced the small screen for a Christmas movie: national treasure Betty White.
While her film is still untitled and without an airdate, the network described it as featuring the "Golden Girls" star, 98, helping "whip would-be Santas into shape, spreading the true meaning of Christmas and leading everyone to wonder: Is she secretly Mrs. Claus?"
Other holiday films starring the likes of Kelly Rowland, Melissa Joan Hart and Mario Lopez are in the works, too.
On top of this wonderful news, Lifetime also announced it would be working with "Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts as well as with "Halloween" actress Jamie Lee Curtis on new film projects.
Additionally, there will be another biopic about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, the third about Archie's parents. This one has a working title of "Harry & Meghan: Escaping the Palace," which will follow the high-profile pair's headline-grabbing royal uncoupling.
Fans the network have all this to look forward to -- and more -- for the 30th anniversary of the Lifetime Original Movie.
98-year-old Betty White to star in a Christmas movie on Lifetime originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com