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Gsn's New Show 'Window Warriors' Inspires Our List of the 6 Most Amazing Holiday Window Displays From the Movies

Gsn's New Show 'Window Warriors' Inspires Our List of the 6 Most Amazing Holiday Window Displays From the Movies
Window Warriors, Gsn's upcoming new show, will put eight of the country's most talented window merchandisers to the test in hopes of snagging a $100,000 grand prize and a career-changing contract to design a high-profile holiday display at a major department store.

The contestants will need to win the approval of the judges, Emmy-winning TV personality Carson Kressley (Queer Eye for the Straight Guy), internationally recognized style influencer Tai Beauchamp, and master of visual merchandising Douglas Little. The show will be hosted by actress Garcelle Beauvais.

Ahead of its Nov. 15 premiere, Et wanted to showcase our top picks of movies that feature the most stunning window displays:

1. Miracle on 34th Street

As a Christmas classic, the 1947 film is at the top of our list. Who knew the original window displays in the movie were sold to Marshall & Ilsley Bank of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and can be seen in their lobby every December?

2. A Christmas Story

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Hallmark Countdown to Christmas Nov. 27: Cameron Mathison double feature

It's that time of year -- the radio stations are switching to Christmas music and the television channels are whipping out old and new holiday specials, concerts, movies and other fun treats. The Hallmark Channel is no exception, showing 'round-the-clock Christmas movies and specials until Dec. 25 -- less than a month away!

The ones on tap for Wednesday, Nov. 27 include:

"The Three Gifts" (2 p.m.): Three orphaned boys temporarily stay with a couple during the holidays, starring Dean Cain and Reginald Veljohnson ("Family Matters," "Die Hard"). Yes.

"Catch a Christmas Star" (4 p.m.): A widower reconnects with his high school sweetheart, one of the country's biggest pop stars, with help from his two children. And it stars Shannon Elizabeth ("American Pie") as said country pop star. Wow.

"Christmas Magic" (6 p.m.): To gain entry to heaven, a woman must help a man and his young daughter. This
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What to Watch Saturday: The Doctors Who Mark the Big 5-0, Atlantis Surfaces, Bill Cosby and More

What to Watch Saturday: The Doctors Who Mark the Big 5-0, Atlantis Surfaces, Bill Cosby and More
On TV this Saturday: Doctor Who‘s anniversary party is surely bigger on the inside, My Little Pony saddles up again, Bill Cosby and Sarah Silverman show the funny, SNL gets Hunger-y and more. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

10 am My Little Pony (The Hub) | One-hour Season 4 premiere: When Princesses Celestria and Luna go missing, Princess Twilight and pals embark on a quest to find them – and wind up battling to save Equestria from being destroyed.

Related | Rectify on Sundance: ‘A Piece of Art?’ or ‘The Twin Peaks Version of Mayberry’?

2 – 8 pm Rectify marathon (Sundance) | If you
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‘E.R.’ Alum Kellie Martin Joins Advice-Column TV Movie ‘Dear Viola’ (Exclusive)

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‘E.R.’ Alum Kellie Martin Joins Advice-Column TV Movie ‘Dear Viola’ (Exclusive)
Kellie Martin (“E.R.,” “Army Wives”) is going to dispense some advice — and find some love — in her new project. Martin is starring in the romantic TV movie “Dear Viola,” from cable network Up. The film, which began production outside of Toronto this week, also stars Jefferson Brown (“Degrassi: The Next Generation”) Kira Gelineau (“Creative Galaxy”), Jackie Richardson, Arnold Pinnock and others. Martin is also executive producing on the film, with Entertainment One (eOne)’s John Moranyniss (“Hell on Wheels,” “Klondike”) and Ira Pincus (“Goodnight for Justice,” “Window Wonderland”). Jonathan Schwartz is the supervising producer on the film. Also read: Lea.
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