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CHRISTMAS TV: Holiday specials airing this week

CHRISTMAS TV: Holiday specials airing this week

YOU'RE A MEAN ONE, MR. GRINCH: The Dr. Seuss classic comes alive in the holiday cartoon special. Photo: Associated Press

Here is a look at the Christmas specials and movies that will air this week. Check local listings for time and more information.

Monday, December 23

“A Chipmunk Christmas,” ABC

Tuesday, December 24

“A Very Brady Christmas,” ABC Family
“‘Twas the Night Before Christmas,” ABC Family
“It’s a Wonderful Life,” NBC
“Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas,” ABC

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Wednesday, December 25

“A Christmas Story,” TBS
“Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade,” ABC
“Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas,” Fox
“Merry Madagascar,” The CW

Saturday, December 28

“WWE Tribute to the Troops,” NBC

Multiple Days

Several college football bowl games are played throughout the week. Check local listings for specific games, times and broadcast channels.

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