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2008 Pop Theology Holiday Viewing Guide

2008 Pop Theology Holiday Viewing Guide December 4, 2008

Here, for the first time, is the 2008 Pop Theology Holiday Television Viewing Guide.  Now while there are certainly more extensive and complete lists out there (I have included two links after the jump), these are just a few of the programs I’ll be watching or recording throughout the holidays.  You’ll notice that National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation is missing.  That’s because it’s playing on Cinemax, and I have it on DVD to watch whenever I please over the next several weeks, culminating with my traditional viewing after the midnight service on Christmas Eve.  Also missing is Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas which is also a part of my DVD collection.  If I’ve left out your favorite, let me know what it is and why, and I’ll add it to the list!

Inside TV Blog Holiday TV Schedule

Complete 2008 Holiday TV Program Guide–visit this site to download a complete 43 page guide with information on television series holiday re-runs and Food Network holiday specials.

2008 Pop Theology Holiday Viewing Guide (Listed Alphabetically)

  • The Bells of St. Mary’s–12/11, 8 pm, TCM
  • A Charlie Brown Christmas–12/8, 8 pm, ABC; 12/16, 8 pm, ABC
  • A Christmas Carol (1938)–12/24, 6:15 am, TCM
  • A Christmas Story (The Marathon)–12/24, 8 pm, TBS
  • Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Animated)–12/23, 8 pm, ABC
  • Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Live Action)–12/5, 8 pm, ABC; 12/24, 8 pm, ABC Family; 12/18, 8 and 10:30 pm, ABC Family; 12/24, 8 pm, ABC Family
  • Elf–12/10, 10 pm, USA; 12/13, 5 pm, USA
  • Frosty’s Winter Wonderland–12/5, 7 pm, ABC Family; 12/13, 7 am, ABC Family
  • A Garfield Christmas–12/9, 7 pm, ABC Family
  • Home Alone–12/10, 8 pm, MyNetwork TV
  • I Want A Dog For Christmas, Charlie Brown–12/15, 8 pm, ABC
  • It’s A Wonderful Life–12/13, 7 pm, NBC; 12/24, 8 pm, NBC
  • Jingle All the Way–12/8, 8 pm, ABC Family
  • The Little Drummer Boy–12/13, 9 am, ABC Family
  • Love Actually–12/5, 10 am, USA; 12/24, 9 am, USA
  • The Man Who Saved Christmas–12/15, 6 pm, Lifetime
  • Mickey’s Christmas Carol–12/10, 7 pm, ABC Family; 12/16, 7 pm, ABC Family
  • Miracle on 34th Street (1947)–12/24, 6 am, HBO Signature
  • Miracle on 34th Street (1994)–12/16, 8:30 pm, HBO Family
  • Nestor, The Long-Eared Christmas Donkey–12/13, 11:30 am, ABC Family
  • The Polar Express–12/4, 8 pm, Disney
  • Rudolph & the Island of Misfit Toys–12/11, 9 pm, ABC Family; 12/15, 7 pm, ABC Family
  • The Santa Clause–12/4, 9 pm, TBS
  • Scrooge–12/5, 12 a.m., TCM; 12/20, 6 pm, TCM
  • A Very Brady Christmas–12/20, 9 am, ABC Family; 12/25, 7 a.m., ABC Family
  • White Christmas–12/23, 6 pm, ABC Family; 12/25, 12 pm, ABC Family
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