Danica McKellar moves to Tennessee: ‘It’s just wonderful’

These days, Danica McKellar regularly celebrates Christmas in July – and the holiday cheer doesn’t let up for the next six months.

The actress, still instantly recognizable from her teenage role as “Winnie Cooper” on the original “The Wonder Years,” is now part of another small-screen institution: the made-for-TV Christmas movie.

Earlier this year, she filmed her ninth: “Christmas at the Drive-In,” which premieres Friday at 7 pm CT on Great American Family.

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It’s also her first since becoming a Middle Tennessee resident.

Over the summer, the lifelong Californian moved with her family to a country home roughly an hour outside of Nashville. She jokes that her experience making these movies – which are often set in an idyllic small town – must have rubbed off on her.

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