“It’s A Wonderful Lifetime” continues with the premiere of the latest new holiday film, “Candy Cane Christmas.” Premiering Saturday night, the movie stars Beverly Mitchell and Mark Ghanimé.

Mitchell is someone who will be easily recognized by fans, after she shot to fame with her role as Lucy Camden on “7th Heaven” as a teenager, and was also a part of the former ABC Family’s “The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” where she portrayed guidance counselor Kaitlyn O’Malley. However, fans who watch Lifetime holiday movies religiously will also recognize her for her previous roles in 2015’s “A Gift-Wrapped Christmas”, as well as her starring role as Noelle Collins in 2018’s “Hometown Christmas.”

Ghanimé is also a holiday film staple, making his mark first in the 2018 Netflix film “Christmas With a View,” where he starred as Hugh Peters, before starring in two different Lifetime movies as well. In 2019, he starred as Scott Jensen in “Always And Forever Christmas,” and had a supporting role in “Twinkle All The Way,” as one half of the network’s first gay couple featured in a holiday film.

Of course, while both have had their fair share of holiday movies already, this will be their first together. So what will happen? According to a synopsis, a goal to create a magical Christmas will shockingly lead to something more—and very unexpected.

Candy Cane Christmas Beverly Mitchell and Mark Ghanimé (not pictured) star in “Candy Cane Christmas.” Photo: Courtesy of Lifetime

“Since childhood, Candy Cane Lane has been Phoebe’s (Mitchell) favorite Christmas tradition of an entire neighborhood decorated for the holidays,” the synopsis reads. “This Christmas, however, the neighborhood decides to skip the decorations, crushing her spirits.”

However, Phoebe will become determined to find a new way to celebrate the holidays, but as she works to find a new tradition, she surprisingly finds something she never expected, after crossing paths with Ghanimé’s character.

“As Phoebe is searching for a new tradition to cheer her up, she realizes that it’s not the traditions we cherish, but the people we spend them with,” the synopsis continues. “While preparing for her new tradition, Phoebe stumbles upon the final thing her Christmas was missing: love!”

“Candy Cane Christmas” airs Saturday, Oct. 31 at 8 p.m. EDT on Lifetime.