Mark Your Calendars — Hallmark's 'Countdown to Christmas Preview Show' Airs On Sunday

You can see sneak previews of all 21 new holiday movies.



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If you're already counting down the days until Hallmark's "Countdown to Christmas," we bring glad tidings. The network is airing exclusive sneak previews of all 21 original holiday movies in a one-hour special debut this month.

The "Countdown to Christmas Preview Show" premieres Oct. 22. It stars Hallmark Christmas royalty Candace Cameron Bure and Lori Loughlin, joined by the leading lady in the network's new film, Finding Santa (who just so happens to be their Fuller House costar), Jodie Sweetin. Oh, and Hallmark's rescue, Happy The Dog, makes an appearance, too.

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One hour might not seem like enough time with your favorite Hallmark stars, but thankfully you can see them all again soon, starting October 27, when the "Countdown to Christmas" kicks off. And be sure to check out the premiere dates for Hallmark's 2017 Christmas Movies so you don't miss out on any of the holiday fun.



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