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Christmas TV: 'Buffy,' 'Meek,' Merrython
November 26, 2010  | By Diane Werts
 
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[UPDATED]

Wake up to seasonal spookery this Thursday morning. Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel make "amends," while Santa's got a brand new bag that holds everything everybody wants in the "Night of the Meek" episode of The Twilight Zone.

Friday night, it's festive food, from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives to The Best Thing I Ever Ate.

And Saturday brings us TV Land's annual Merrython -- Home Improvement, Roseanne, M*A*S*H, Everybody Loves Raymond and more.

Full listings here --

Christmas movies - POSTED HERE

Christmas episodes/specials - POSTED HERE

Stay tuned to TVWW for massive updates of Christmas airings by the end of the week!


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[PREVIOUS POST - Sunday, Dec. 5]

And they're not on at the same time! That's right -- you can catch both Festivus on Seinfeld and A Charlie Brown Christmas Tuesday night!

But you will have to choose between Charlie Brown and a new Christmas Glee. (That's what TiVos are for.)

Stay tuned Tuesday night for other new holiday episodes -- fresh Fox comedy delight Raising Hope and a Syfy double feature of Eureka and Warehouse 13. That duo repeats immediately after, making it easy to catch all three of these.

Check out TVWW's full listings for more --

Christmas movies - POSTED HERE

Christmas episodes/specials - POSTED HERE


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[PREVIOUS POST - Thursday, Dec. 2]

Just when you think holiday TV can't get any more swell, The Simpsons pairs Marge with Martha Stewart!

That's just one of the weekend treats coming our way.

Look for the Hanukkah episode of The Nanny, Christmas with Matlock and MacGyver, animation like Matt Groening's Olive the Other Reindeer, new holiday TV movies from Hallmark and Lifetime Movie Network, and much more.

Explore the possibilities:

Christmas movies - POSTED HERE

Christmas episodes/specials - POSTED HERE


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[PREVIOUS POST - Nov. 30, 2010]

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If it isn't beginning to look a lot like Christmas at your house, then you don't have the TV on.

Tuesday night is the big kickoff, with a bumper crop of festive fare bringing the season to full swing. Rudolph, Grinch, Shrek, the Rockefeller Center tree lighting, a History documentary chronicling Christmas traditions, and more -- all airing Tuesday night, and all appearing in our comprehensive listings of holiday movies and holiday episodes/specials.

Search for your favorites at the links below. We'll be updating the listings frequently as more channels confirm more Christmas airings in days to come.

Check back often! (And check our holiday DVD choices by clicking the banners at the top of TVWW's home page.)

Find your favorite holiday shows:

Christmas movies - POSTED HERE

Christmas episodes/specials - POSTED HERE


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[ORIGINAL POST - Nov. 26, 2010]

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Yes, Virginia, there is a Christmas episode of T.J. Hooker.

And The Dead Zone.

And Warehouse 13, House, Monk, MacGyver, Roseanne, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Twilight Zone and 30 Rock.

We've found 'em all, and you'll find them now, here at TV Worth Watching!

Also listed are air times for Rudolph, Charlie Brown and The Grinch, plus Mariah Carey, the Bolshoi Ballet's Nutcracker, Martha Stewart and Gordon Ramsay.

If you're looking for listings of all the perennial holiday films and TV movies, we had those completely ready to go for you, too -- until the computer gremlins ate them. (Burp!)

So it'll be another day, maybe, till the reconstructed movies list is posted. Sorry about that, chief . . .

[UPDATE - Christmas movies now posted here!]

The listings aren't yet spiffily formatted or enlivened by photos, either, but those are on the way. We figured you'd rather have at least the nuts and bolts ASAP, so you can start planning your viewing during this long holiday weekend. Facts first, frills later.

TVWW's annual TV DVD buying guides should be up by weekend's end are up , too -- one for box sets and other gift goodies, another for Christmas-themed DVD/Blu-ray treats.

Just cross your fingers those cyber-gremlins stay away!

Find your favorite holiday shows:

Christmas movies - POSTED HERE

Christmas episodes/specials - POSTED HERE

 
 
 
 
 
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