Hallmark Channel's merry holiday season continues with the newest "Countdown to Christmas" holiday premiere, "A Tale of Two Christmases." The film, starring Katherine Barrell, Chandler Massey and Evan Roderick, premieres Saturday night.

The film will be a treat for fans as it brings a few faces that have appeared on Hallmark before, but that haven't starred in a wide number of films yet. Fans may recognize Barrell, who appeared in "A Godwink Christmas: Miracle of Love," and on "The Good Witch," though she is also well-known for her roles as Alicia Rutherford on "Workin' Moms" and Nicole Haught on "Wynonna Earp."

Massey may also be familiar to fans, after starring in both "Next Stop, Christmas" and "Heart of the Matter," though he is most widely recognized for his role as Will Horton on "Days of Our Lives." Roderick may also be familiar to fans for his role in "Autumn in the City," but he is best known for his role as Nick Anastas on "Arrow."

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

"Emma (Barrell) is an aspiring architect living in Chicago, who plans to return home to Vermont to spend the holidays with her family," a synopsis for the film reads. "Thanks to some Christmas magic, she gets to experience two different Christmases."

It will be as she experiences these two different scenarios that Emma will learn what she truly wants out of life.

"In one, Emma misses her flight home and stays behind in the Windy City where she celebrates with new crush, max (Roderick), and his friends," the synopsis continues. "In the other, Emma makes the trip home, and enjoys the holiday traditions of her family...and also reconnects with Drew (Massey), a longtime friend who may have feelings for her."

Will Emma decide what she wants?

"Emma's double holiday ultimately helps her learn a surprising lesson about what will truly make her happy in life as well as in love," the synopsis concludes.

"A Tale of Two Christmases" premieres Saturday, Nov. 26 at 6 p.m. EST on Hallmark Channel.

A Tale of Two Christmases
Chandler Massey and Katherine Barrell star in “A Tale of Two Christmases.” Hallmark Media/Craig Minielly