Since 2012's Pitch Perfect, fans have known that Skylar Astin can sing. Nearly eight years later, he took his voice to the small screen for NBC's Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist, a musical drama that ran for two seasons and twenty-six episodes. When the station canceled the show last spring, fans rallied for an eleventh-hour pickup.
Roku came to the rescue, making a deal for a holiday-themed movie that would wrap up the existing storylines and that huge season two cliffhanger. The move makes Zoey's Extraordinary Christmas the streamer's first original film, allowing fans to show their support and push for a third season.
We got to sit down (in separate rooms) with Astin to discuss the whirlwind pickup as the actor dished on everything Zoey, Christmas, and Roku.