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As many people come together and spend time with their families, the television landscape becomes a lot more festive. A bunch of networks have put together a slew of TV marathons to celebrate Christmas, but this also 'tis the season for holiday movies to come out in full force.
Chances are after the presents are open, dinner eaten and family time spent, you and yours will want to settle down to watch a nice movie. To make Christmas a little easier, here's a guide to the Christmas movies playing on television over the holiday. All times Eastern
Dec. 24 - Christmas Eve
4 p.m. - "Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Clause," Hallmark Channel
4 p.m. - "A Christmas Story 2," Cmt
4 p.m. - "Holly's Holiday," Lifetime
5 p.m. - "Christmas Belle," Ion Network
6 p.m. »
It's the last day of the countdown to the countdown -- the last day before 25 Days of Christmas officially starts on ABC Family on Sunday, Dec. 1.
The last day of the countdown to 25 Days features a special treat in the form of a "Harry Potter" movie marathon that culminates in the network television premiere of "Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows, Part 2."
So tune in for "Order of the Phoenix, "Half-Blood Prince" and "Deathly Hallows Part 1," before "Deathly Hallows Part 2" kicks off at 8 p.m. Et/Pt on ABC Family.
Then Sunday, 25 Days of Christmas starts off with a bang -- an all-day holiday movie marathon. Schedule below:
(7:00-8:30 Am Et/Pt) Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas
(8:30-10:00 Am »
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