Hallmark Channel is continuing its lineup of Fall movies with the newest premiere, "Girlfriendship." The film, starring Tamera Mowry-Housley, Lyndie Greenwood and Krystal Joy Brown, debuts Saturday night.

The film will be a treat as it not only celebrates the power of female friendship but also gives fans a look at a cast that they may not entirely be familiar with. While Mowry-Housley, who has starred in the network's "The Santa Stakeout," "Christmas Comes Twice," and "A Christmas Miracle," served as a co-host on "The Real" and shot to fame along with her twin sister Tia on their 90s' show "Sister, Sister," the rest of the cast may not be as familiar—especially to Hallmarkies who are loyal to the network. While Brown did feature in "One Royal Holiday," Greenwood is making her debut on the channel, after best being known for roles on shows such as "The Expanse: and "Sleepy Hollow."

Brad James ("For Better or Worse") and Samantha Beaulieu ("Christmas on the Bayou") also star.

So what can fans expect from the film? Let's find out.

"Samara Williams' (Mowry-Housley), birthday turn-up is almost held up when she learns she's finally being considered for a big promotion as Director of Finance," a synopsis reads. "But her best friends, Eva (Brown) and Renee (Greenwood), are dead set on whisking Samara away for a surprise girls' trip to Charleston. However, a booking mix-up sends the girls on a back-to-nature 'rewilding' retreat instead of the fun-filled vacation they'd planned."

The women are in for a trip they never expected, as they meet their host and start getting back to their roots.

"The 'Rewilding Woman Retreat' is led by Ariella (Beaulieu), a descendant of the Gullah Geechee people of Edisto Island off the South Carolina coast," the synopsis continues. "Ariella helps these girlfriends uncover their true nature by getting back to nature through the alluring charm of the Island."

However, things take a different turn for Samara, as she finds herself also experiencing unexpected romance, which leads her and her friends to all wonder if they are truly where they need and want to be in their lives.

"When she meets Kareem (James), a handsome Gullah doctor with a secret dream of becoming a chef, Samara starts to listen to the call of her own inner artist and finds herself painting again for the first time in years" the synopsis states. "Before the girls return to the mainland, they learn that there are no accidents and that they are exactly where they need to be."

"Girlfriendship" airs Saturday, Oct. 1 at 8 p.m. EDT on Hallmark Channel.

Tamera Mowry-Housley, Lyndie Greenwood and Krystal Joy Brown star in “Girlfriendship.” Hallmark Media/John Michael Apsey