2011 Holiday TV Schedule

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Time to cuddle up on the couch and enjoy the holiday classics! One legged lamp anyone? Or how about a nose that shines so bright? And let’s not forget ‘ol Frosty! Just like receiving holiday cards, I’m getting a li’l too excited to set my DVR for this year’s holiday TV shows! Breezy Mama breaks down what’s on and when:

* NOVEMBER *

– Nove 24, 9:00AM: Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (NBC)

– Nov 24, 8:00PM: Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas (FOX)

– Nov 24, 8:00PM: Elf (USA)

– Nov 24, 8:00PM: A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (ABC)

– Nov 24, 8:30PM: Happiness is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown (FOX)

– Nov. 25 8:00PM: Hoops & Yo-Yo Ruin Christmas (CBS)

– Nov. 25 8:30PM: Elf on a Shelf (CBS)

– Nov 28, 8:00PM: Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (ABC)

– Nov 28, 8:30PM: Shrek the Halls (ABC)

– Nov 29, 8:00PM: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (CBS)

* DECEMBER *

– Dec 1, 6:00PM: Mickey’s Christmas Carol (ABC FAMILY)

– Dec 1, 6:30PM: Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too (ABC FAMILY)

– Dec 2, 8:00PM: Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (ABC FAMILY)

– Dec 3, 8:00PM:  It’s a Wonderful Life (NBC)

– Dec 5, 7:00PM: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer the Island of Misfit Toys (ABC FAMILY)

– Dec 5, 8:30PM: The Polar Express (ABC FAMILY)

– Dec 5, 9:45PM: A Christmas Carol (1938) (TCM)

– Dec 5, 10:30PM: Mickey’s Christmas Carol (ABC FAMILY)

– Dec 6, 6:00PM: ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas (ABC FAMILY)

– Dec 6, 9:00PM: A Christmas Story (TCM)

– Dec 8, 7:00PM: Frosty’s Winter Wonderland (ABC FAMILY)

– Dec 8, 8:00PM: Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town (ABC FAMILY)

– Dec 9, 8:00PM: Frosty the Snowman (CBS)

– Dec 9, 8:30PM: Frosty Returns

– Dec 12, 6:00PM: A Flintstone Christmas (ABC FAMILY)

– Dec 12, 8:00PM: I Want a Dog for Christmas Charlie Brown (ABC)

– Dec 13, 6:00PM:  Merry Madagascar (ABC FAMILY)

– Dec 13, 6:30PM: Kung Fu Panda Holiday Special (ABC FAMILY)

– Dec 13, 8:00PM:  Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (ABC FAMILY)

– Dec 15, 8:00PM:  A Charlie Brown Christmas (ABC)

– Dec 17, 8:00AM: Pinocchio’s Christmas (ABC FAMILY)

– Dec 17, 2:00PM: Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town (ABC FAMILY)

– Dec 18, 7:00AM: A Chipmunk Christmas (ABC FAMILY)

– Dec 19, 6:00PM:  Phineas and Ferb Christmas Vacation (ABC FAMILY)

– Dec 24, 8:00PM: A Christmas Story (marathon begins) (TBS)

– Dec 24, 8:00PM: Miracle On 34th Street (1947) (TCM)

– Dec 25, 12:00PM: Disney Christmas Parade (ABC)

– Dec 26, 7:00PM: Sound of Music (ABC)

– Dec 27, 9:00PM: Kennedy Center Honors (CBS)

– Dec 29, 8:00PM: Happy New Year Charlie Brown (ABC)

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Comments

  1. My favorite Holiday movie is by far Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer.

  2. Mine has always been and will always probably be Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.

  3. Our family’s favorite holiday show is Rudolph. I still love to watch all the old time Christmas shows like Charlie Brown Christmas, Frosty, etc. Such wonderful classics!

  4. Amanda Neiley says

    Home Alone

  5. Thanks, now my DVR is going to be at 100% all season! 🙂 Great list, I look forward to catching some of these. I noticed Bad Santa didn’t make the list, is that not considered family friendly??! Lol. I’m looking forward to introducing my kids to A Charlie Brown Christmas this year.

  6. The Year Without a Santa Claus!

  7. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (kids)
    & Love Actually (adults)

    Thanks for the list Chelsea!

  8. It’s a Wonderful Life (of course!) and The Polar Express, among others!

  9. Melissa Bell says

    Peanuts Christmas will always top my list. I love that Linus tells the true story of Christmas. Thanks for the list!!!!

  10. Hands down…ELF!

  11. Our family loves Santa Claus is Coming to Town and my husband
    and I love Love Actually!

  12. Thank you, Ladies! Going to share this on FB now. Love your blog and both of you, thank you for always having the perfect posts!

  13. Thank you, Ladies! Going to share this on FB now. Love your blog and both of you, thank you for always having the perfect posts! This is hilarious because its not letting me post this comment because it says its a duplicate. I guess I am guilty of the crime of repeatedly telling you both how much I appreciate your efforts 🙂

  14. Favorite holiday movie by far —> A Christmas Story!! My family watches it over and over again. It never gets old!

  15. Oh my, I could never choose just one! So my top three are: It’s a Wonderful Life, A Christmas Story and Home Alone! 🙂

  16. Rosemary Hernandez says

    Ever since I can remember I waited with anticipation to watch the PEANUTS Christmas video. I still cry when Linus makes his speech. In a world that moves so fast and among a human race that doesnt stop to appreciate important stuff, I love this season and I love the Peanuts gang. They are still my favorite. I do still watch all the Christmas movies and love all the parades. Thank you so much for the schedule.

  17. Santa Claus the Movie and Elf are tied for me as my adult/grown up movies and hands down, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Frosty are tied for the family :)Always brings Xmas cheer into the house!

  18. Wow, cool! I won’t even have to talk to my kids for the next month!!! Ha! Perfect with a newborn due to arrive any day 😉 Favorite?-
    A Christmas Story for sure…and the boys love Merry Madagascar.

  19. My daughter Breeze’s favorite holiday movie is Santa Paws. She got the movie last year for Christmas and I watched it with her all summer long.

  20. Definately A Year without a Santa Claus. It is my husband’s favorite and now the kids love it.

  21. Elf. Elf. Elf. For jokes, music and message.

  22. It has to be Phineas and Ferb. Though I am also a sucker for A Christmas Carol.

  23. A Christmas Story and National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation~they never get old!

  24. Our favorites are Elf and Home Alone. We watch them over and over and over!

  25. Addison Kat says

    My favorite has always been Frosty the Snowman!

  26. We love to watch Rudolph

  27. Tonya Perkins says

    When Polar Express came out Santa got for my youngest daughter, we watched it 3 to 4 times a day for 2 months each year at Christmas. It got mixed up with another movie and got scratched, needless to say we weren’t heartbroken but my daughter unfortunately was. I just dread buying a new copy.lol

  28. I guess I’m a mean one, because I love the Grinch!

  29. Rebecca Vasey says

    My favorite movie has to be National Lampoon’s Christmas vacation! Such a classic movie that never gets old!

  30. I love pretty much ALL the Christmas movies but if I had to watch one over and over for the rest of my life it would probably be Elf!

  31. Love Dr. Seuss’s Grinch and Year without a Santa Claus. Those songs stick in my head to sing all day!

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