The one-hour animated special, packed with the vocal talents of some of your favorite CBS stars and the King of Pop’s most memorable hits, follows Vincent (voiced by Lucas Till) and Victoria (voiced by Kiersey Clemons), as they embark on a magical journey of self-discovery.
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