Carrie Underwood to Have Christmas Special on HBO Max


Carrie Underwood is the gift that keeps on giving. With her upcoming Christmas album, My Gift releasing soon, the country singer will be getting her own Christmas special that will be streaming on HBO Max. A premiere date hasn’t been announced yet but the plan is to record the special this fall, according to Entertainment Weekly.

Underwood will perform in front of a live orchestra and choir as she sings “beloved traditional favorites celebrating her faith and the spiritual nature of the holiday” and material from My Gift. The album will be available on CD and digital today, September 25, and vinyl October 30.

Tom Hanks will executive produce the special along with Gary Goetzman for Playtone Productions. Underwood and her manager, Ann Edulblute, are also serving as executive producers.

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