Dennis Quaid Is the Patriarch of a ‘G-Rated Cult’ in Netflix’s ‘Merry Happy Whatever’ Trailer (Video)

And Brent Morin is trying to marry his way in

Netflix dropped the trailer for its upcoming Christmas-themed series, “Merry Happy Whatever,” on Monday, starring Dennis Quaid as Don Quinn, the father of a family that likes things done their own way during the holiday. Well, his way.

And his way doesn’t seem to include his daughter Emmy’s (Bridgit Mendler) new boyfriend Matt (Brent Morin) who wants to pop the question this Christmas.

Watch the video above, which also features Ashley Tisdale as Emmy’s sister Kayla, who is also not a big fan of Matt. Poor guy, looks like he’s got a rough road ahead this holiday season.

Here’s the official description for “Merry Happy Whatever,” which launches on Thanksgiving.

Set during the happy but hectic days before and after Christmas, “Merry Happy Whatever” follows Don Quinn (Dennis Quaid), a strong-willed patriarch from Philadelphia doing his best to balance the stress of the holidays with the demands of his close-knit but eclectic family — and his family doing their best to manage him. But when youngest daughter Emmy (Bridgit Mendler) arrives home from L.A. with a new boyfriend, struggling musician Matt (Brent Morin), Don’s belief that “there’s the Quinn way… and the wrong way” is put to the test. From Emmy Award-winning creator Tucker Cawley (Everybody Loves Raymond), Merry Happy Whatever is a hilarious and heartwarming comedy that proves while family may not come wrapped up in a neat little bow, it sometimes can still be the greatest gift.

“Merry Happy Whatever” stars Quaid, Mendler, Morin, Tisdale, Siobhan Murphy, Adam Rose, Hayes MacArthur and Elizabeth Ho. Guest stars include Garcelle Beauvais and Tyler Ritter.

The comedy was created by Tucker Cawley, who serves as executive producer and showrunner, alongside fellow executive producers Aaron Kaplan, Wendi Trilling and Dana Honor. Quaid also executive produces.

“Merry Happy Whatever” launches Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28, on Netflix.