The holiday season will be getting just a little bit brighter with the premiere of the newest Christmas movie in the It’s a Wonderful Lifetime lineup, “Twinkle All the Way.” The film stars Sarah Drew and Ryan McPartlin.

The pair may be teaming up together for the first time with this movie, but neither one is a stranger to Lifetime’s Christmas movies. Drew previously starred in 2018’s “Christmas Pen Pals” for the network, while McPartlin starred in 2015’s “The Flight Before Christmas.” However, the two are also likely known for some of their work as well. Fans likely remember Drew best as April Kepner on “Grey’s Anatomy” and Hannah Rogers on “Everwood,” while McPartlin might be recognizable to fans of “Passions,” where he portrayed Hank Bennett, and “Devious Maids,” where he portrayed Kyle.

So what will happen when these two big stars get together and bring holiday joy? According to a synopsis—plenty of holiday spirit, romance and so much more.

Twinkle All The Way Sarah Drew and Ryan McPartlin star in “Twinkle All the Way.” Photo: Lifetime

“To pull off a spectacular Christmas themed wedding at the exclusive Snowview Lodge, wedding planner Cadence Clark (Drew)-joining forces with Henry Harrison (McPartlin), co-owner of a family-run Christmas decoration and house-lighting company,” the synopsis reads. “Cadence and Henry, both single parents of young daughters, grow closer as they contribute to each others’ projects-Cadence with the wedding and Henry with his high-profile client, Mrs. Sutton (Lesley Ann Warren), and her annual VIP Christmas Eve party.”

However, while the two may be forming a bond as they work together to make everyone’s dreams come true, something will get in the way to threaten things for Cadence. But thanks to the new man in her life, things may actually work out for the best after all.

“However, a snowstorm threatens to wreak havoc on the wedding,” the synopsis reads. “But with help from Henry, family, and some holiday magic, Cadence may just be able to pull off the wedding and perhaps fall in love along the way.”

“Twinkle All the Way” airs Saturday at 8 p.m. EST on Lifetime.