Friday, December 2, 2011

TV Specials starting December 3rd




Time for some more Christmas specials. Now if only we could get some snow to help put everyone in the holiday spirit.


Saturday December 3rd



8:00pm NBC It’s a Wonderful Life

8:00pm Encore The Santa Clause 2
10:00pm Lifetime A Boyfriend for Christmas
Midnight ABCFAM The nightmare before Christmas



Sunday December 4th

10:00am Hallmark Jingle All the Way



Monday December 5th
5:30pm Cartoon network Scooby Doo Christmas
6:00pm Cartoon network Grandma Got Run over by a reindeer
6:00pm ABCFAM Rudolph’s Shiny new year
7:00pm ABCFAM Rudolph and the island of misfit toys
8:00pm ABC A Charlie Brown Christmas
8:30pm ABC Prep&Landing Naughty vs.Nice
8:30pm ABCFAM Polar Express
8:30pm Disney The Santa Clause 3

10:30pm ABCFAM Mickey’s Christmas Carol



Tuesday December 6th

2:00pm Disney The Santa Clause 3
6:00pm ABCFAM TWas the night before Christmas
6:00pm Hallmark A Christmas Carol
8:00pm NBC A Michael Buble Christmas
8:00pm ABC Last Christmas Standing
8:30pm ABCFAM Home Alone 2: Lost in NY



Wednesday December 7th

7:30pm Cartoon network How the Grinch stole christmas
9:00pm ABCFAM National Lampoons Christmas Vacation



Thursday December 8th

6:00pm ABCFAM Jack Frost
7:00pm ABCFAM Frosty’s winter wonderland
8:00pm ABCFAM Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town
8:30pm TV Land ‘Twas the night before Christmas
9:00pm ABCFAM The year without a Santa Claus
10:00pm ABCFAM A Miser Brothers’ Christmas






Friday December 9th

12noon Hallmark Hoops and YoYo ruin Christmas
6:00pm ABCFAM The year without a Santa Claus
7:00pm ABCFAM Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town

6:00pm Hallmark Moonlight and Mistletoe
8:00pm ABCFAM The Santa Clause
8:00pm CBS Frosty the snowman
8:30pm CBS Frosty Returns
9:00pm CBS Yes Virginia there is a Santa Claus
9:30pm CBS The Elf on the Shelf: An elf’s story
Midnight ABCFAM Miser Brothers’ Christmas




Saturday December 10th


noon Cartoon Network Olive, the other reindeer

6:00pm Hallmark Moonlight and Mistletoe

8:00pm CBS Rudolph
9:00pm CBS The Flight Before Christmas
11:00pm USA Elf








4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I loved watching the Lifetime and Hallmark movies with my mom around the Holiday season. On the weekends we would watch one and then a next one would come on and then before we knew it, it was midnight and we were waiting for the next one to come on.
-Allie Zelinski

Colby Sears said...

There is truly nothing better than cozying up on the coach and watching a nice Christmas movie! Only 11 months until the holiday festivities start back up again!

Jill O'Connor said...

I'm so sad the holiday season is over! I only hope you're just as festive for Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, and even April Fool's Day.

Connor said...

December 3rd! I'll keep that date in mind!