Scotty McCreery's No. 1 Hit "Five More Minutes" Inspires Television Movie Premiering Saturday, 11/20 on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

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Inspired by Triple Tigers recording artist Scotty McCreery’s RIAA Double-Platinum Certified No. 1 single “Five More Minutes,” Hallmark Movies & Mysteries will premiere the television movie “Five More Minutes” this Saturday, Nov. 20 at 10 pm ET (9 pm CT), as part of their Miracles of Christmas celebration. Watch the trailer HERE.
Written by Nikki Deloach and Megan McNulty, the film stars Deloach and David Haydn-Jones as a woman’s Christmas wish is answered in unexpected ways when her late grandfather’s journal turns up and reveals an untold romance. Though he is not in the movie, McCreery serves as an Executive Producer. 
Co-written with Frank Rogers and Monty Criswell, McCreery shared, “It was a special day writing this one. We all sat down, and at first, I was just talking about my granddaddy. I always believed in it and thought it was a story that everyone could relate to—I feel like everyone has these things that they go back to and wish they had more time. We worked on this song for three or four different days, and a lot changed, and it took a while, but I wanted it to be perfect.”
Released as the first song from his RIAA Gold-certified album Seasons Change, “Five More Minutes” was ranked No. 2 on the iTunes country singles chart and No. 9 on the iTunes all-genre singles chart on the first day of its release in 2017, while it debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard Country Digital Sales Chart.
Earlier this week, McCreery’s third consecutive No. 1 single from Seasons Change, the RIAA Gold-certified “In Between” was named one of the Most Performed Songs of the Year at the 69th Annual BMI Country Awards.
Following his fourth consecutive No. 1 single “You Time” and the release of his fifth studio album Same TruckMcCreery recently announced plans for his 2022 Same Truck Tour across the U.S., as well as four new dates in Germany and the Netherlands, where fans can expect to hear his new single, “Damn Strait,” along with his multiple RIAA Platinum and Gold certified hits from throughout his decade-long career. For tickets and more information, visit
McCreery released Same Truck to applause from fans and critics, with Billboard sharing that hitmaker “continues proving his mettle not only in the recording booth, but in the writing room, as a co-writer on the bulk of the project’s songs,” while Tennessean shares, “McCreery walks a sonic tightrope that leans into his country influences while not abandoning modern Music Row hitmaking.”

Same Truck was produced by Rogers, Aaron Eshuis and Derek Wells, the team who produced Seasons Change, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart. McCreery co-wrote every song on that album. 
Scotty McCreery’s 2022 Same Truck Tour
January 20                   The Ritz*~                                                                  Raleigh, N.C.
January 21                   American Music Hall*~                                             Lancaster, Pa.
January 22                   Del Lago Resort & Casino – The Vine*~                  Waterloo, N.Y.
January 27                   The Paramount^~                                                       Huntington, N.Y.
January 28                   Orange County Fair Speedway^~                              Middletown, N.Y.
January 29                   Parx Casino – Xcite Center^~                                    Bensalem, Pa.
February 3                   Paramount Theater#~                                                 Cedar Rapids, Idaho
February 4                   Treasure Island Resort Casino +                                 Welch, Minn.
                                     Island Event Center#~
February 5                   The District#~                                                             Sioux Falls, S.D.
February 10                 The Fillmore Detroit#~                                              Detroit, Mich.
February 11                 The Intersection#~                                                      Grand Rapids, Mich.
February 12                 W.D. Packard Music Hall#~                                      Warren, Ohio
February 17                 Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts                      Salina, Kan.
February 18                 The Grizzly Rose                                                        Denver, Colo.
February 19                 Vilar Performing Arts Center                                     Beaver Creek, Colo.
* Denotes Kameron Marlowe as support
~ Denotes King Calaway as support
^ Denotes Callista Clark as support
# Denotes Tenille Arts as support
Full UK / European tour dates below:
March 11                     3 Arena                                                                       Dublin, Ireland
March 12                     O2 Arena                                                                    London, England
March 13                     OVO Hydro                                                                Glasgow, Scotland
March 16                     Bahnof Pauli                                                               Hamburg, Germany
March 17                     Zoom                                                                          Frankfurt, Germany
March 18                     Hansa 39                                                                     Munich, Germany
March 19                     Melkweg OZ                                                              Amsterdam, The Netherlands             

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