TV One has released a clip, featuring Terri J. Vaughn, to its original movie, Girlfriends’ Getaway 2, which will premiere on Saturday, Aug. 29 at 8 p.m. ET.

Executive produced and directed by Roger Bobb, the sequel brings back the original cast Garcelle Beauvais (The Jamie Foxx Show), Terri J. Vaughn (The Steve Harvey Show), Malinda Willams (Soul Food) and Essence Atkins (Haunted House).

In the first film, the story centered on four friends (Vicky, Sophie, Lauren and Camille) who take a trip to the Caribbean to celebrate two of their friends’ birthdays. One thing leads to another and they get into a bit of trouble.

This time, the four girlfriends travel to Puerto Rico for a destination wedding, only to face chaos when a simple affair turns into extravagant, expensive nuptials.

Beauvais stars as Vicki, a 40-something successful real-estate agent who is one week away from marrying her handsome, yet conservative high school teacher fiancé, Garrett (Stephen Bishop). The low-key wedding turns into a disaster as best friend Camille, a freelance blogger played by Williams, loses sight of the true meaning of marriage and encourages her to kick-it up a notch for a four-page magazine spread.

Joined by Camille and fellow best friends Sophie (Vaughn) and Lauren (Atkins) five days before her wedding, Vicki’s intimate affair goes off-the-rails with the support of wedding coordinator Marie Nunez (Xiona R. Nieves-Vargas) as she upgrades everything without consulting her fiancé. But the problems in Puerto Rico aren’t just Vicki’s, as Sophie, a fiery second-time mom, is on a mission to shed the baby weight, and manage her marriage to Kyle (Khalil Kain). And Lauren (Atkins), a Zen-loving, free-spirited yogi attempts celibacy after a year-long self-realization journey, but finds it difficult when she meets Antonio (Eli Cay).

Written by Cas Sigers, the film was produced for TV One by Bobb, Angi Bones, Cas Sigers Beedles and Terri J. Vaughn. For TV One, Lamar Chase is producer, Tia A. Smith serve as executive in charge of production, and D’Angela Proctor as Head of Original Programming.