Santa Baby 2: Christmas Maybe

Santa Baby 2: Christmas Maybe
Written by Garrett Frawley
Brian Turner
Directed by Ron Underwood
Starring Jenny McCarthy
Dean McDermott
Kelly Stables
Paul Sorvino
Jessica Parker Kennedy
Lynne Griffin
Mig Macario
Richard Side
Gabe Khouth
Mig Macario
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Running time approximately 80 minutes
Budget $5 million
Original network ABC Family
Original release
  • December 13, 2009 (2009-12-13)

Santa Baby 2: Christmas Maybe is a 2009 made for television Christmas comedy film and a sequel to Santa Baby. It premiered on ABC Family on December 13, 2009, in their 25 Days of Christmas programming block. Jenny McCarthy, Lynne Griffin, Jessica Parker Kennedy, Richard Side, and Gabe Khouth all reprise their roles from the original.


Santa's in the midst of a late-life crisis—he's tired of the responsibilities of the job and is ready to pass on the reins to his business-minded daughter Mary, who feels torn between the family business and running her own high-stakes firm in New York City, along with balancing a relationship with the love of her life, Luke. The situation gets increasingly dire when Teri, an ambitious new arrival to the North Pole, sows dissension at the workshop in an effort to take over Christmas. However, it is revealed Teri is an elf, bitter at Mary and was trying to take over Christmas. But Mary manages to stop her and take care of the yearly rounds around the world.



Santa Baby 2: Christmas Maybe premiered on December 13, 2009 as part of ABC Family's annual 25 Days of Christmas programming event. The film received 3.8 million viewers on its original broadcast with a 1.2 18–49 rating.[1]


  • Santa Baby 2: Christmas Maybe was filmed in February 2009 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
  • Ivan Sergei and George Wendt did not reprise their roles as Luke Jessup and Santa Claus, respectively, being replaced by Dean McDermott and Paul Sorvino.


Alexa Vega sang the lead track from the movie, "Christmas Is the Time to Say I Love You" and shot a music video for the song which premiered during the 25 Days of Christmas. Amber Stevens recorded a new version of the title song, "Santa Baby".[2] The songs are featured on the compilation album Songs to Celebrate 25 Days of Christmas, released on November 3, 2009 by Walt Disney Records.[3]

Home media

Santa Baby 2: Christmas Maybe was released on DVD on October 12, 2010.[4]


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