SAN JOSE — Streaming platform Roku plans to bring “A Very Demi Holiday Special,” starring singer Demi Lovato and produced by Michael D. Ratner’s OBB Pictures, exclusively to The Roku Channel this holiday season. The Roku Original special invites streamers to get into the holiday spirit with Demi Lovato and her celebrity friends on Friday, Dec. 8.
A heartwarming, captivating special featuring music and plenty of out-of-this-world surprises, “A Very Demi Holiday Special” will fill your home and heart with a very Demi twist on the festive spirit. Demi has invited some of her friends to help her celebrate the holidays. The celebrity guests will be revealed at a later time.
Demi will also perform classic holiday songs “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree,” and “Jingle Bell Rock,” including a very special surprise duet, as well as a few of Demi’s own original hits.
“Together with Demi and the OBB Pictures team, we’ve created a truly fun and unique holiday experience for viewers to connect with and laugh over,” said Brian Tannenbaum, Head of Originals, Roku Media. “We can’t wait for audiences to unwrap this one-of-kind Roku Original special.”
“The holidays are such a special time of year, and I can’t wait to put my special twist on the celebrations!” said Demi Lovato.
“We’ve had the honor of collaborating with Demi a number of times, and across documentaries, music videos, live performances, and podcasts, we’ve seen first-hand how uniquely multi-talented Demi is,” said OBB Founder and CEO Michael D. Ratner. “Yet again, in typical Demi fashion, ‘A Very Demi Holiday Special’ delivers. We’re excited to be working with the Roku team on a project that brings some much-needed joy for the 2023 holidays!”
Produced by OBB Pictures, “A Very Demi Holiday Special” is executive produced by Demi Lovato and OBB’s Michael D. Ratner, Scott Ratner, Kfir Goldberg, and Simone Spira, as well as Todd Yasui.
Demi Lovato has released eight studio albums, all of which debuted in the Top 10 of the Billboard 200 and four which boast over one billion streams on Spotify.