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Cobie Smulders and Taran Killam share a kiss as they decorate their home with Christmas lights 

Cobie Smulders and husband Taran Killam share a sweet kiss as they decorate their home with colorful Christmas lights

How I Met Your Mother alum Cobie Smulders and her husband Taran Killam looked happy in love as they decorated their home for the holidays on Monday afternoon. 

Before hanging a string of rainbow lights on their roofline, the actress shared a kiss with her spouse, who she shares her daughters Shaelyn, 11, and Janita, five.

The duo, both 38, worked as a team to untangle their festive furnishings, while Killam climbed a ladder to spread the Christmas cheer for their neighbors in Los Angeles

Christmas cheer: How I Met Your Mother alum Cobie Smulders and her husband Taran Killam looked happy in love as they decorated their home for the holidays on Monday afternoon

As they transformed their property into a winter wonderland, the pair kept their ensembles casual and didn’t appear to have any additional assistance in decorating. 

Smulders, whose crime drama Stumptown was recently cancelled by ABC due to the COVID-19 pandemic, wore a long sleeve grey shirt and light-wash jeans. 

Meanwhile, the Single Parents star sported a navy baseball cap and a hoodie, which displayed a number of Zoom calls all over it.

Holiday spirit: Before hanging a string of rainbow lights on their roofline, the actress shared a kiss with her spouse, who she shares her daughters Shaelyn, 11, and Janita, five

Holiday spirit: Before hanging a string of rainbow lights on their roofline, the actress shared a kiss with her spouse, who she shares her daughters Shaelyn, 11, and Janita, five

On September 16, it was revealed that Stumptown would be no more, even though they had an agreement to start filming season two. 

A source told Deadline that ‘timing and scheduling needs’ on top of the pandemic were the reasons the network decided not be move forward as planned.

At the time of the call, the high-end production had no firm start date, though the expensive show was looking at serious budget increases due to COVID.

No additional help: The duo, both 38, worked as a team to untangle their festive furnishings, while Killam climbed a ladder to spread the Christmas cheer for their neighbors in Los Angeles

No additional help: The duo, both 38, worked as a team to untangle their festive furnishings, while Killam climbed a ladder to spread the Christmas cheer for their neighbors in Los Angeles

The drama was based on a graphic novel about private investigator Dex Parios, played by Smulders.

Despite ABC Signature’s decision to cancel, they were reportedly going to help the show shop around and find a new home.

Taran, who was was a popular cast member of comedy sketch show Saturday Night Live from 2010 until 2016, has recently been spotted filming American Crime Story: Impeachment. 

Keeping it casual: Smulders, whose crime drama Stumptown was cancelled by ABC due to the COVID-19 pandemic in September, wore a long sleeve grey shirt and light-wash jeans

Keeping it casual: Smulders, whose crime drama Stumptown was cancelled by ABC due to the COVID-19 pandemic in September, wore a long sleeve grey shirt and light-wash jeans

American Crime Story: Impeachment will cover the aftermath of President Clinton’s affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky in 1995 and 1996.

Clinton was found to have been lying under oath about his affair with Lewinsky.

The third sitting president to be formally charged with a crime, Clinton was acquitted of charges of perjury and obstruction of justice in January 1999 and was allowed to complete his second term in office.  

Stumptown: A drama based on a graphic novel, Smulders played lead Dex Parios. The show which was a sleeper hit, got the ax after being previously renewed for a second season

Stumptown: A drama based on a graphic novel, Smulders played lead Dex Parios. The show which was a sleeper hit, got the ax after being previously renewed for a second season

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