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Tia Mowry -Hardrict Delivers a "Sister, Sister" Reunion + Stars In Two Christmas Movies

According to Shadow and Act, This holiday season Lifetime is dishing out nostalgia. Tia Mowry-Hardrict also known as Med-School or simply Tia, from Sister, Sister will be starring in 2 Christmas movies on the Lifetime Network, one of the movies will feature a Sister, Sister reunion!

The reunion happens in Lifetime's My Christmas Inn, which premieres Nov. 21 at 8 p.m.

Mowry-Hardrict stars as Jen Taylor, a San Francisco working woman who is climbing the corporate ladder for a promotion at her ad agency job. Her life is a steady beat until the beat drops when she unexpectedly inherits an Alaskan inn from her aunt, which causes her to meet a love interest, attorney Steve Anderson (Rob Mayes). According to the description, "The small town community is full of fun and festive Christmas traditions and soon, Jen starts wondering if the inn might just be the place she belongs, and if Steve could be the Mr. Right she has been waiting for."

My Christmas Inn will bring out Tia's adopted mom in Sister, Sister the unforgettable Jackie Harry who played Lisa Landry and Tamera's adopted dad Tim Reid who played the role of Ray Campbell. The pair will make an appearance in the film to play Tia's relatives. The characters they play are Perry and Susan Taylor.

Tia Mowry-Hardrict has added producing credit to her list of accomplishments. On Instagram Tia revealed she executive produced My Christmas Inn.

Watch the trailer below.

The second film that she stars in is called A Gingerbread Romance. That movie will air on The Hallmark channel A Gingerbread Romance and will premiere on Dec. 16 at 8 p.m.

Her role in the film is an architect named Taylor, who is drafted by her firm to enter in a gingerbread contest. She partners with Adam (Duane Henry), a baker and single father, with the hopes of winning and possibly giving his bakery some free publicity. But after she spends time with Adam and his daughter, she begins to want to settle down, despite the offer of a promotion on the table.