We’re officially in the season of Lifetime and Hallmark holiday movies, with almost every weekend leading up to the big day full of heartfelt, adorable, and cheesy romance movies about the holiday.
Most viewers who always look forward to these movies for the season were a little afraid the networks weren’t going to be able to pull it off with not only production, but also how their actors were supposed to seal their romance with a kiss during a pandemic.
In a new series of interviews with TheWrap, Lifetime‘s Amy Winter, the head of programming at the network revealed that they figured out a way to be safe and still have those important kissing scenes in the movies.
“Everybody was incredibly concerned about, as we were figuring it out, making sure that we were following the best possible guidelines to keep people safe,” she shared. “We all sat down, even before we got started, saying, how is anybody even going to kiss in these movies, given the circumstances?”
Amy added that the “greatest, oddest solution I’ve seen so far is people kissing through plexiglass that can be removed in post, which is absolutely phenomenal.”
One movie in particular, called Christmas Ever After, used the plexiglass between stars Ali Stroker and Daniel di Tomasso. In addition to the plexiglass, the actors and crew also wore a face mask and shield when they were on set.
Christmas Ever After premieres on December 6 on Lifetime.
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