The holidays are almost here again, and it is a great time to catch up on some classic Christmas shows and movies. So here is our guide to holiday TV over the air and streamed to your TV.
(All Times Eastern)
Christmas Eve, December 24:
Christmas Day, December 25:
Once again this year, ABC has made “A Charlie Brown Christmas” free for anyone who wants to watch it. All you need is the ABC app on any device ABC supports such as Roku and the Fire TV—a great way to share the classic show with your kids for free.
Six-year-old Susan Walker has doubts about childhood’s most enduring miracle…Santa Claus; then Susan meets Kriss Kringle, a department store Santa who believes he’s the genuine article.
Frosty, has lots of young frieNetflixnds, but he’s still lonely. The children build him a wife named Crystal, but jealous, cold-hearted Jack Frost plots to keep Frosty and Crystal apart.
Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, and Rosemary Clooney star in the romantic 1954 feature, which won an Oscar nod for best original song. The story stars two veterans who follow two sisters to a resort owned by their former commanding officer.
“Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas”
The world’s favorite mouse rings in the holidays with three charming stories: “The Gift of the Magi,” “Duck Tails,” and “A Very Goofy Christmas.”
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