Inspired by the hit Christmas movie Love Actually the new greetings service lets fans of the film send a free, personalised message direct to the doorstep of their loved one.
The festive greeting is printed in sequence on large cards and performed, in a socially distant fashion, by a friendly messenger on the doorstep of the recipient.
NOW TV: Greetings Gram
Since first gracing our screens in 2003, Love Actually has become a Christmas cult classic. Latching onto the hype, Now TV has enlisted the help of Martine McCutcheon, who played the endearing secretary (and love interest) to the Prime Minister (Hugh Grant) in the original film.
Aiming to spread Christmas cheer to friends and families who can’t meet in person this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the ‘Greetings Gram’ service sees McCutcheon recreate a famous scene in which Mark, played by Andrew Lincoln, uses large cue cards to declare his love for Keira Knightley’s character, Juliet.