There’s nothing like a holiday film to get you in the spirit of the season and TV One is doing its part with an original movie set to air this weekend. The cable network will debut “A Christmas Blessing” starring Omari Hardwick and Lisa Arrindell Anderson on Saturday Dec. 7.
Anderson plays a widowed mother of four trying to restart her life while Hardwick stars as a divorced dad caught in a custody battle. The parents find solace in each other as they deal with their respective circumstances. The movie is directed by Russ Parr whose other film “The Undershepherd” starring Isaiah Washington premiered on TV One earlier this year.
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Hardwick’s film credits include“Middle of Nowhere”, “For Colored Girls” and “Kick-Ass”. Anderson meanwhile is no stranger to the small screen, the “Madea’s Family Reunion” actress starred in the television movies “A Lesson Before Dying” and “Disappearing Acts”.
“A Christmas Blessing” which also stars David Banner and Luenell will premiere Saturday, Dec. 7 at 8 p.m. ET on TV One.