As Christmas approaches there are more and more Holiday Specials. Over the next two weeks you can watch ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’, a remake of ‘Elf’ in a stop-motion animated film, elves preparing for Christmas and even Shrek getting in on the Holiday cheer. There’s a lot of great music specials too. Take a look at what’s on and get your TV schedule sorted for the Holiday season.
Monday, December 15
The Great Christmas Light Fight – 8/7c pm on ABC
-Eight families battle it out to make their homes perfect for the holidays to win $50,000.
Tuesday, December 16
Elf: Buddy’s Musical Christmas – 8/7c pm on NBC
-A stop-motion animated film that blends elements of the ‘Elf’ film and Broadway production.
A Charlie Brown Christmas – 8/7c pm on ABC
Disney Prep and Landing – 9/8c pm on ABC
-Elves ensures homes are prepared for Santa Claus.
Disney Prep and Landing 2: Naughty vs. Nice – 9:30/8:30c pm on ABC
-Two elves race to recover classified North Pole technology.
Wednesday, December 17
Michael Buble’s Christmas – 8/7c pm on NBC
I Love Lucy Christmas Special – 8/7c pm on CBS
Greatest Holiday Commercial Countdown – 8/7c pm on CW
-Television personalities Kevin Frazier and Keltie Knight host a countdown of the 12 best holiday commercials ever.
Thursday, December 18
The iHeartRadio Jingle Ball 2014 – 8/7c pm on CW
-Star studded concert from Madison Square Garden.
Mr. Magoo’s Christmas Carol – 8/7c pm on CW
Saturday, December 20
The Sound Of Music Live! – 8/7c pm on NBC
I want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown! – 8/7c pm on ABC
CMA Country Christmas – 9/8c pm on ABC
Sunday, December 21
The Story of Frozen – 4/3c pm on ABC
-Go behind-the-scenes of the Academy Award-winning film.
The Sound of Music Sing-Along – 7/6c pm on ABC
Tuesday, December 23
Shrek the Halls – 8/9c pm on ABC
-Shrek’s holiday plans don’t go as planned when Donkey and the gang join the festivities.
The Story That Time Forgot – 8:30/7:30c pm on ABC
-Trixie must save the day when the gang finds itself in uncharted territory.
The Year: 2014 – 9/8c pm on ABC
– Celebrities, newsmakers and special guests reflect on the events of 2014 with host Robin Roberts.
And remember there are still a lot of great Christmas movies airing on ABC Family’s 25 Days of Christmas!