The It’s a Wonderful Lifetime programming event will take viewers on a Cajun adventure with its newest holiday film, “Christmas in Louisiana.” The movie, which debuts Saturday, stars Jana Kramer and Percy Daggs III.

Kramer previously starred in Lifetime’s “Christmas in Mississippi” in 2017 and is making her return to the holiday movie scene with this new role. However, fans of her work may also recognize her as Alex Dupre from the later seasons of “One Tree Hill,” as well as her country music career. Meanwhile, Daggs, best known for his role on “Veronica Mars,” is making his Lifetime holiday movie debut. The film will also see them star alongside Kramer’s “Christmas in Mississippi” co-star, Barry Bostwick, fellow ”OTH” alum Moira Kelly and Christmas movie vet Dee Wallace, who has also had roles in “Jingle Belle,” “Every Other Holiday” and “The Gift of Christmas.”

So what will happen as this group of talented actors gets together for a trip down South over the holidays? Let’s find out.

Christmas in Louisiana
Jana Kramer and Percy Daggs III star in “Christmas in Louisiana.” Lifetime

“The Winter Family is Christmas royalty in New Iberia, Louisiana, and Sarah Winter (Kramer), a successful lawyer and former Miss Christmas, is no exception,” a synopsis reads.

However, while she may be considered a form a royalty in her hometown, it doesn’t mean that Sarah wanted to stay there, as the synopsis also goes on to state that character heads back home for a special holiday, one which honors her town’s annual festival. Of course, a family reunion won’t be the only one she has when she gets back.

“When she returns home to celebrate the anniversary of the town’s Sugarcane Christmas Festival with her mother (Kelly) and her grandparents (Wallace and Bostwick), she rediscovers the magic of the season—and a little romance—with her former Mister Christmas, Luke (Daggs),” the synopsis states.

Will reuniting with her former beau and fellow royalty give Sarah a reason to stay when the holidays are over? Or will this Christmas royal find herself heading back out of town as soon as the festival comes to a close?

“Christmas in Louisiana” airs Saturday at 8 p.m. EST on Lifetime.