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ABC’s 25 Days of Christmas

Jordan Turner, Staff Writer

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Many people are super excited for the holidays and winter break. One thing that many people look forward to is relaxing on the couch all cuddled up in blankets with hot cocoa and Christmas movies. Luckily, ABC Family’s got you covered. For the first 25 days of December up until Christmas, the ABC family channel plays back-to-back Christmas movies every single day.

Personally, I think the Polar Express is the best Christmas movie ever. It brings children together and shows that even people without anything can still be brought the Christmas spirit and joy from the people around them.

Here’s the schedule for the Christmas movies. Enjoy!

Monday, December 15 8:00 pm – The Year Without Santa Claus

9:00 pm – The Polar Express

12:00 am – Santa Baby

Tuesday, December 16 6:30 pm – The Polar Express

8:30 pm – Home Alone

12:00 am – Santa Baby 2: Christmas Maybe

Wednesday, December 17 1:00 pm –Disney’s A Christmas Carol

3:00 pm – Mickey’s Twice Upon A Christmas

4:30 pm – The Year Without a Santa Claus

5:30 pm – Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town

6:30 pm – Home Alone

9:00 pm – The Santa Clause

12:00 am – Christmas Cupid

Thursday, December 18 1:00 pm – Holiday in Handcuffs

3:00 pm – Prancer

5:00 pm – Mickey’s Once Upon A Christmas

6:30 pm – The Santa Clause

8:30 pm – Fred Claus

12:00 am – Holiday in Handcuffs

Friday, December 19 1:30 pm – Jack Frost (1998)

3:30 pm – Fred Claus

6:00 pm – Home Alone

8:00 pm – Elf

10:00 pm – National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

12:00 am – Scrooged

Saturday, December 20 2:00 pm – Home Alone

4:00 pm – National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

6:00 pm – Elf

8:00 pm – DR. SEUSS’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas

10:30 pm – Home Alone

1:00 am – A Miser Brother’s Christmas

Sunday, December 21 The Little Drummer Boy

1:30 pm – Nestor, The Long-Eared Christmas Donkey

2:00 pm – Rudolph’s Shiny New Year

3:00 pm – Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town

4:00 pm – The Year Without a Santa Claus

5:00 pm – DR. SEUSS’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas

7:30 pm – Home Alone

10:00 pm – The Polar Express

Monday, December 22 1:00 pm – Snowglobe

3:00 pm – The Mistle-tones

5:00 pm – Frosty’s Winter Wonderland

5:30 pm – Rudolph’s Shiny New Year

6:30 pm – Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town

7:30 pm – The Year Without a Santa Claus

8:30 pm – Toy Story That Time Forgot

9:00 pm – The Santa Clause

12:00 am – Rudolph and Frosty’s Christmas in July

Tuesday, December 23 2:30 pm – Holiday in Handcuffs

4:30 pm – The Santa Clause

6:30 pm – Toy Story That Time Forgot

7:00 pm – Home Alone

9:00 pm – The Polar Express

12:00 am – Arthur Christmas

Wednesday, December 24 1:00 pm – Jack Frost (1998)

3:00 pm – The Polar Express

5:00 pm – Home Alone

7:00 pm – National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

9:00 pm – Elf

12:00 am – Scrooged

Thursday, December 25

(CHRISTMAS DAY!)

7:00 am – Frosty’s Winter Wonderland

7:30 am – The Little Drummer Boy

8:00 am – Nestor, The Long-Eared Christmas Donkey

8:30 am – ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas

9:00 am – Mickey’s Christmas Carol

11:00 am – Home Alone

1:00 pm – Rudolph’s Shiny New Year

2:00 pm – Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town

3:00 pm – The Year Without a Santa Claus

4:00 pm – Disney’s Prep & Landing

4:30 pm – Disney’ s Prep & Landing: NAUGHTY VS. NICE

5:00 pm – National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

7:00 pm – Elf

9:00 pm – Home Alone

12:00 am – Home Alone 3

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