Best Hallmark Holiday movies that feature the south "Angels Sing" - In this oldie-but-goodie filmed in Austin and Bastrop, Texas, a mysterious man helps a fellow rediscover joy after a long-ago tragedy. "Christmas in Conway" - This Hallmark Hall of Fame film doesn't need snow to tug at the heartstrings. Set in Conway, South Carolina, it was filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina and debuted in 2013. "Coming Home for Christmas" - Though this holiday favorite is filmed in Canada, the movie, about a nanny and

Up your holiday TV watching with Hallmark Christmas Movie Bingo

Hallmark’s Countdown to Christmas rolled out before Halloween, so hardcore fans might have trouble keeping the rest of the family interested. 

Not to worry. Hallmark has added a new element to its annual holiday movie watching.

Hallmark Movie Bingo lets you, family and friends check off squares as you enjoy “Christmas at Dollywood,” featuring Dolly Parton; “A Christmas Miracle,” starring Tamera Mowry-Housley; and Lacey Chabert's “Christmas in Rome.”

Spot a snowman? Mark your square. Sleigh ride? Mark your square. You can play one another for prizes or just for fun.

If you’re a true fan of sappy movies, Hallmark is looking for a “lover of all things Christmas, G-Rated romcoms, and too-close-to-home family dramas to watch 24 Hallmark Christmas movies in 12 days,” according to an application on Century Link’s site. “If you think that's you, we'll give you $1,000 to critique a lineup of festive guilty pleasures.”

That would more than pay for a bingo set, which comes with a storage box and sells for $14.99 at hallmark.com.

» Holiday dream job? Get paid $1,000 to watch Hallmark Christmas movies

If you need to leave the house after a binge-watching session, check out these six family-friendly outings around Atlanta.

And if the Hallmark movies put you in the mood for a true old-fashioned Christmas, you’ll want to check out one of these Southern spots.

Looking for more things to do this holiday season?

» Roof at Ponce City Market transforming into winter playground

» All aboard: 5 holiday train adventures near Atlanta in 2019

» Family-friendly Christmas in Chattanooga: Elves, fairies and Santa!

» Don't-miss Christmas tree festivals in Atlanta

» 5 Atlanta holiday shows that aren't ‘The Nutracker’ or ‘A Christmas Carol’

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