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Lifetime Christmas movie filmed in Minnesota premieres Monday

'The Christmas Listing' will be on Lifetime.
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A made-for-TV Christmas movie filmed in Minnesota gets its premiere on Monday.

Called "The Christmas Listing," the movie was filmed in February in the Isanti area, and will make its debut at 7 p.m. Central on Lifetime.

It sees rival realtors Julia Rogers (Lexi Giovagnoli) and Chad Everest (Travis Burns) invited to stay at a "Christmas Inn" to persuade its owners to give them the listing.

We just hope that those two get together by the end of the movie.

It was reported earlier this year by KARE 11 that the movie was filmed at Erickson Farmstead, a wedding and event center in Isanti.

Here's a picture from its Facebook page, which shows the home in the fall, compared to the snowy February it was filmed in.

And here's a trailer for the flick:

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