Sunday is sublime, as we begin a two-week hurtle toward Christmas Day, and pause prior to gearing up our prep game for the season. Snuggle down, then, for a couple of hours, and lose yourself in a movie (or two!). You’ve got a crazy number of choices, between now and midnight—8 movies and 4 specials, in all, across 5 over-the-air networks!
*ABC continues its Disney-featured weekend, with the broadcast television premiere of its mega-hit, Frozen, at 7pm CST, followed by a “Making of” special at 9.
*CBS is following last week’s showing of an I Love Lucy Christmas compilation, with a similarly colorized Dick Van Dyke Show with a holiday theme, also airing at 7pm CST.
*FOX knows it would not be Christmas without a festive visit with The Simpsons. Krusty the Clown finds himself at Homer and Marge’s house for this year’s fun episode, at 7pm CST, too.
*ION’s night of holiday films start an hour earlier, at 6pm CST, with Christmas Truce. At 8, tune in for the romantic comedy of A Husband for Christmas, followed at 10 by A Cinderella Christmas. The evening’s ION offerings end with Merry Ex-mas, which airs for you night owls at Midnight.
*GET TV is running the excellent Hallmark film, Ms. Scrooge, again, at 4:45pm CST, and it serves as the perfect warm-up for A Christmas Carol, with Patrick Stewart, at 6:45. Then, at 9pm CST, there’s the terrific Perry Como Christmas In Austria, which runs, again, a 2nd time, at Midnight. Between the two screenings of the Como show, though, at 10pm CST, GET TV offers up The Sons of Mistletoe.
Lots to choose from, and a fun evening’s entertainment, with something for everyone.