I had a blast talking to Michael Urie and Philemon Chambers as much as I had a great time watching their film “Single All the Way.”  Billed as Netflix’s first ever holiday LGBTQ rom-com, the film has Peter (Michael Urie) and Nick (Philemon Chambers) as best friends pretending to be lovers to appease Peter’s family as they go home for the holidays.

I spoke with both actors to talk about their interest in starring in “Single All The Way,” the themes of the film, and working with queer icons Jennifer Coolidge and Kathy Najimy.

“Single All The Way” streams on Netflix December 2nd.

Kathy Najimy is Carole aka Christmas Carole, Michael Urie’s character’s mom, and Jennifer Coolidge is his Aunt Sandy.  I spoke with the queer icons to talk about their interest in the film, and why “Single All The Way” is the Christmas movie we don’t know we need!

Jennifer Robertson, familiar to “Schitt’s Creek” fans as Jocelyn Schitt, stars as Michael Urie’s character’s sister in the new Netflix holiday rom-com “Single All the Way.”  I sat down with the actress to talk about her interest in the film, the family dynamics in the movie, and why she cried happy tears upon watching the film.