Netflix is releasing its own Hallmark Christmas version of Vanessa Hudgens’ The Knight Before Christmas, about a time-travelling medieval knight who falls in love with a science teacher, is ridiculous, stupid, and sappy, and I am here for it.
The Knight Before Christmas is about a 13th-century knight with fluffy hair named Sir Cole (Josh Whitehouse) who’s transported to modern-day Ohio by an evil sorceress, just in time for the holiday season! The only thing that will get him home is to figure out how to solve his “one true quest.” Spoilers: It’s love. The quest is love.
While galavanting around the sexiest of midwestern flyover states, Sir Cole meets Brooke (Hudgens), a science teacher who’s totally over the concept of love, and might just need a guy who’s got a healthy dose of chivalry and the bubonic plague to show her how to love again. But I’m sure she’s got a few tricks to teach him too”like how the Earth rotates around the sun, literacy isn’t proof of witchcraft, and, you know, the basic concept of equal rights.
Also this happens.
The Knight Before Christmas arrives on Netflix November 21. Happy holidays to me.