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Here is Your Cord Cutting Christmas TV Guide


Looking for something to watch for Christmas? Here is our Christmas TV guide for cord cutters.

Over The Air TV Guide:

December 24th

1:00pm – Ernest Saves Christmas (LAFF)
5:00pm – Christmas Oranges (TBN)
6:00pm – The Wild Wild West (MeTV)
8:00pm – It’s a Wonderful Life (1946, Jimmy Stewart, Donna Reed) (NBC)
9:00pm – The Christmas Stallion (1992) (getTV)
11:00pm – The Three Kings (1987, Lou Diamond Phillips) (getTV)
11:00pm – Christmas Oranges (TBN)

December 25th

9:00am – The Disney Parks’ Magical Christmas Celebration (ABC)
2:00pm – The Beverly Hillbillies (MeTV)
8:00pm – A Town Without Christmas (getTV)
9:00pm – Ernest Saves Christmas (LAFF)
10:00pm – I’ll Be Home for Christmas (getTV)
11:30pm – Bob Newhart (MeTV)
12:15am – Christmas in Connecticut (getTV)
3:30am – The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis (MeTV)

Netflix

“Christmas With The Kranks” 

A town comes together to help a suburban couple get their house ready for Christmas after their daughter surprises them with a visit.

“White Christmas”

Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye and Rosemary Clooney star in the romantic 1954 feature, which won an Oscar nod for best original song. The story stars two veterans who follow two sisters to a resort owned by their former commanding officer.

“Ernest Saves Christmas”

The 1998 film follows Ernest (Jim Varney) as he attempts to save Santa, Christmas and faith.

“Scrooged”

A network president (Bill Murray) gets a visit from ghosts of Christmas past, present and future.

 

 

“Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas”

The world’s favorite mouse rings in the holidays with three charming stories: “The Gift of the Magi,” “Duck Tailes” and “A Very Goofy Christmas.”

 

 

“Mickey’s Magical Christmas”

Poor Donald Duck’s got the blues. But lucky for him, ‘its the season for Mickey to cheer him up with a party!

Amazon Prime Video

Frost’s Winter Wonderland 1976 http://amzn.to/2i2xfUo

Jack Frost 1979 http://amzn.to/2hk0X85

Miracle On 34th Street 1994 http://amzn.to/2hk45AN

Turn Your TV Into A Fireplace

Don’t have a fireplace in your home? Your TV will make a great replacement. A warm fire is a tradition for many, and we have a selection of HD fire streams with and without holiday music.

These are a perfect backdrop for wrapping, opening presents, or talking with family:

Do you have other great options to use your TV to set the Christmas mood? Post them in the comments so everyone can see them.

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