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What's On Christmas Day: Marathons, Movies, and Specials

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 24th 2008 7:01PM
007Here's a quick guide to what's on Christmas Day, stuff to watch while you're opening presents, making snowmen, and eating way too much pumpkin pie.

  • HGTV and Food Network have holiday programming all day.
  • TNT is showing Law and Order all day.
  • TBS is showing the movie A Christmas Story all day.
  • Nickelodeon and TV Land have Christmas episodes of various sitcoms and dramas all day.
  • BBC America also has Christmas episodes all day long.
  • At 7am, all of the morning shows (Today, Good Morning, America, and The Early Show) will have Christmas features, music, and recipes.
  • At 8, Lifetime has a Golden Girls marathon.
  • Sci-Fi has a Star Trek: TNG marathon at 8.
  • Bravo has a Christmas episode of The West Wing at 8, then a Top Chef marathon.
  • CNBC has three episodes of The Suze Orman Show at 8.
  • At 9, TLC has a Little People, Big World marathon.
  • GSN has a Card Sharks marathon at 9.
  • Tru TV has a Ski Patrol marathon starting at 9.
  • Also at 9: Discovery has a Mythbusters marathon.
  • At 10am, ABC has the Walt Disney World Christmas Day Parade.
  • At 10:30, Spike begins a marathon of James Bond movies.
  • At 11, Lifetime has Christmas movies.
  • There's a House marathon on USA starting at 11.
  • At noon, ABC Family has the movie White Christmas.
  • Disney has the movie The Ultimate Christmas Present at noon.
  • At 1pm, NBC has a new Days of Our Lives.
  • At 2:30, CBS has golf, while ABC has basketball, the Spurs vs. the Suns.
  • At 3, Comedy Central has Bad Santa.
  • At 5, ABC has more basketball, the Celtics vs. the Lakers.

For more, check out Interesting Pile and your local TV listings.

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nice bunch of movies and episode for the Christmas... but im still watching "Chuck" and "prisonbreak"... thanks for sharing... by: Busby SEO Test

December 24 2008 at 10:50 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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