Mario Lopez, Jana Kramer & Ryan McPartlin Talk New Lifetime Christmas Movies | Celebrity Page

The trio is continuing the holiday spirit on It's A Wonderful Lifetime.


The new Lifetime holiday movie, Holiday In Santa Fe, follows a greeting card executive finding love after arriving in Santa Fe to acquire a family company. Mario Lopez stars and produces the new film.

"It's got a lot of heart, it's funny, it's a different landscape. Visually, I think people don't get to see Santa Fe in the winter time," Lopez said.

Lopez's daughter, Gia, is also participating as his niece, creating a more realistic bond in the movie:

"My daughter's in it, so it's a family affair!"

Holiday In Santa Fe premieres tonight on Lifetime.

The festivities continue this weekend on Lifetime.

Next up, The Holiday Fix Up follows an interior designer who comes back home during the holidays to renovate the Bell Harbor Inn.

Jana Kramer plays the protagonist and shares the internal conflict of her character.

"She doesn't understand what happened and it's like the worst when you don't have closure," Kramer said.

But Kramer's not only acting in the movie! She also wrote a song called "Second Chances" specifically for the love story between her character and her co-star, Ryan McPartlin.

"My introduction to Jana was at stagecoach. Walt Becker, who's a director, said 'You need to be in a Christmas movie with her," McPartlin said.

The Holiday Fix Up premieres Saturday, December 11th, on Lifetime.

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