Kim Fields, who will executive produce the movie, talked about getting together with her old TV cast. She said, “It’s been amazing to work together again and have the ladies input on their characters from their wardrobe to names, as well as provide fun inside jokes for fans.” She also adds, “I also had the production name the ice-skating rink in the movie after our dear friend, Charlotte Rae, who passed away last year. We truly are a family so it was great to work together on something new,”
Lifetime’s holiday programming goes from October 25 through Christmas Day. You Light Up My Christmas airs on December 1.