Hallmark Channel’s spring lineup of new “Spring Into Love” movies continues with the premiere of “Love, Classified.” The film, starring Melora Hardin, Arienne Mandi, Katherine McNamara and Max Lloyd-Jones, airs on Saturday night.

The movie will be a treat, as the main cast is all mainly people who are new to Hallmark. While Lloyd-Jones did star as Tom Thornton on “When Calls the Heart,” his co-stars have all yet to appear in the network’s extensive list of films. McNamara is likely best known for roles in “Shadowhunters” and “Arrow,” while Mendi is likely best recognized for her role on “The L Word: Generation Q.”

As for Hardin, who has had an extensive career spanning decades, fans may not know her from Hallmark, but they likely recognize her from roles in a number of different films and television shows. TV roles in recent years have included Jan Levinson on “The Office,” Patricia Bloom on “A Million Little Things” and Jacqueline Carlyle on “The Bold Type.” Film roles she may be recognized for include ones in “27 Dresses,” “17 Again” and “Hannah Montana: The Movie.”

So what can fans expect from this film? While romance will be featured, the movie also has a familial twist.

“Romance novelist Emilia (Hardin) is a whirlwind who blows back in the lives of her adult children, Taylor (McNamara) and Zach (Lloyd-Jones), under the pretense of a book signing arrange by her hometown’s local book shop,” a synopsis for the film reads. “As Emilia tries to reconnect, Taylor and Zack explore new and past relationships through an app that boasts old-fashioned human connection by way of the classified ad.”

As Emilia works on her relationship with her children, they both find themselves also in different territory when it comes to their romantic ones.

“Zach is given a chance to heal old wounds,” the synopsis reads. “While Taylor matches with Franki (Mendi), a woman that changes the way she's always thought about love.”

“Love, Classified” premieres Saturday, April 16 at 8 p.m. EDT on Hallmark Channel.

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Melora Hardin and Steve Bacic star in “Love, Classified.” Crown Media LLC/Allister Foster