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GENERAL HOSPITAL’s Ryan Paevey Stars in ‘Christmas at the Plaza’

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Fans of Ryan Paevey were upset when he left the role of GENERAL HOSPITAL‘s Nathan, but thankfully, the actor has been working consistently since then so he’s rarely gone from TV screens for very long! Paevey’s newest project is Christmas at the Plaza, scheduled to air on Friday, Nov. 29, on the Hallmark Channel.

Hallmark hasn’t released any further information about the plot, but his co-star is AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. star Elizabeth Henstridge, and the IMDb says they’ll be playing the characters of Nick and Jessica, who we would hazard a guess will find romance at the Plaza Hotel during Christmas time! Christmas at the Plaza is written and directed by Ron Oliver, who has helmed many other Hallmark productions, including holiday-themed ones.

Paevey shared some photos from New York City including one of the grand entrance to the Plaza Hotel, so it would seem that they did film on location for a bit. But the backstage video he shared of some bellhops walking in time with the music was tagged as being in Canada, so the bulk of the shooting must be occurring up North.

Perhaps Paevey is playing a lowly bellhop who finds romance with a beautiful guest played by Henstridge and they must navigate the “upstairs/downstairs” aspects of the relationship? We’ll find out soon enough, so stay tuned as we continue to keep you updated as more details about Christmas at the Plaza are released.

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