'Tis the season to be jolly! What better way to start off the month than with some Canadian holiday cheer and some of the country's biggest names coming together.\nWell, you're in luck because what could be the most Canadian holiday party ever is coming to a screen near you.\nEditor's Choice: The Viral Guy Who Ordered A "Wayne Gretzky" From Tims Says He'll Keep Ordering It\n\n\nTuesday, December 1st\n\n\nPremiere Of Home For The Holidays\n\n\n\nThe segment called "Home For The Holidays" will feature some big Canadian names that you are sure to recognize. \nStarting with Olympic figure skater Tessa Virtue, who will not only be in attendance but will be the honorary host of the party. This is fitting as she was appointed to The Order of Canada, the nation's highest civilian honour. \nNext, we have Toronto Raptor's head coach Nick Nurse who will be in attendance alongside NBA Canadian superstar Jamal Murray.\nMore sports stars will also be there such as Max Domi and Wayne Simmonds, two professional Canadian hockey players.\nThe music sector in Canada is not left unrepresented because Canadian singers Jully Black and Max Kerman of Arkells were also in the building.\nIn the trailer, Virtue answers the door to Domi and Simmonds and greets them with an elbow bump, a true sign of the times.\nLater, the whole group is in the living room laughing at jokes and talking up a storm.\nYou can join the fun because "Home for the Holidays" will premiere on CityTV on Tuesday, December 1st, 2020 at 10 p.m.