The duo will star in The Kiss Before Christmas, which airs on Hallmark and will premiere later this year.
Teri Hatcher and James Denton, two former stars of the 2004 ABC series Desperate Housewives, are set to star in The Kiss Before Christmas.
The film, which airs on the Hallmark Channel, will premiere later this year.
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In accordance with Entertainment WeeklyDenton plays the director of real estate development Ethan, a married man, father of two teenagers.
After losing a promotion on Christmas Eve, he decides that the good guys finish last and wants his life to turn out differently. Using Christmas magic, he wakes up the next morning to find that he is the CEO of his company.
But there is a catch: he is no longer with his wife Joyce (Hatcher) and has no children.
“Joyce is the key to Ethan being able to regain his old life and the family he loves – he must convince her that their eternal happiness awaits them … and he only has until Christmas,” writes logline. is reading.
Recalling the days of longtime Desperate Housewives and Emmy Award winners, Hatcher said she knew she and Denton would be lifelong friends “from that famous scene where he found me in the bushes.”
“The chemistry and friendship we had on Desperate Housewives is alive and well all these years later, and the loving, warm spirit of the holidays is the perfect backdrop for a reunion. It’s amazing to be together again. It’s like the good old days. You won’t want to miss it, ”added the Supergirl actor.
Denton, who is also the executive producer of the film, said he always wanted to support a unique story as his first Hallmark Christmas production. He also stars in the Hallmark series The Good Witch.
“I had no idea we would be lucky to get Teri. We always wanted to work together again and we found the perfect vehicle for what I consider to be the first Desperate Housewives reunion, ”he said.
“And since we’re at Hallmark, I don’t have to worry about getting shot at the end,” he joked.