DESCRIPTION: (from Hallmark's press release, October 2012) You would think that nothing much could really go wrong at a Thanksgiving Day Parade. You know, heck, a couple of marching bands, a few horses, some floats, a couple of people stuffed into turkey outfits. What's there to worry about? Well, it turns out there's much more to these celebrations than meets the eye. This is what we learn from "Love at the Thanksgiving Day Parade," a brand new Hallmark Channel Original Movie World Premiere that unveils on Sunday, November 4 (8p.m. ET/PT, 7C). Autumn Reeser ("No Ordinary Family") stars as Emily Jones, a Chicago native who has dedicated much of her life to coordinating the Windy City's annual Thanksgiving Day parade. This year promises to be no different... or, well, maybe a little bit different. Emily's expecting her longtime, long-distance boyfriend Brian (Ben Cotton, "Hellcats") to propose marriage. Things are going along just fine until a former arch-enemy of hers named Henry Williams (Antonio Cupo, "Bomb Girls") enters the picture. Henry has been hired by the parade director as a development consultant to assess how to make the parade more profitable. But you know how it is with those consultant types. They think they know it all. Emily has already pegged him to be your basic privileged playboy, and she's convinced that Henry sees the parade as just another number on an excel sheet. She can't believe she has to work with this guy. But then a trauma occurs that radically alters Emily's perspective, and with it comes the realization that she might be falling for him.