Sunday, December 22, 2013

2013 Christmas TV Schedule

Thank you for visiting the Christmas TV Schedule for 2013.  Come back to this site around October for the 2014 schedule.

Rob

17 comments:

  1. GREAT Holiday TV Schedule for 2013 season. Thank you so much for all the hard work.

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  2. I didn't see the original "Miracle on 34th Street" on here. Is it not being shown this year?

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  3. The original Miracle on 34th Street should air this year. Just not showing on the 14-day schedules yet, or on the stations with extended scheduled published. Probably see it in December.

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  4. I hate these chirstmas love story movies bring back the classic chirstmas show

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  5. Thank you for your hard work!! Best list I have ever seen!!

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  6. Michael Buble Christmas Special will be on 12/18 on NBC. Forget what time.

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  7. Thanks for the hard work. If I missed Charlie Brown, I'd feel like I missed a big part of the Season.

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  8. Great schedule, good work putting this together

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  9. AMC’s Christmas lineup is absolutely terrible this year. They are showing hardly any christmas shows this year. I cannot believe there is no Miracle on 34th Street, its one of the greatest christmas movies of all time. Same with A Christmas Carol. AMC your airing list is awful. First of all The Home Alone Movies are not even Christmas movies, the time of year during the movies just happened to be winter. Put on the Classics please. All ages watch them trust me im 19 and i’ve been watching them for a long time and will continue to watch them. The month of December is when people expect Christmas movies to be on tv. So put them on, its the only time of year that they’re ever on tv. except for this year because of AMC’s terrible choice of Christmas movies. Trust me if you want more viewers during the christmas season put them on. Thanks!

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  10. Amen, Dan T. Miracle on 34th St is the definitive Christmas movie. I hope I have an old VHS tape I can still watch...

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  11. "White Christmas" begins on Christmas Eve 1944 and ends on Christmas Eve 1954. It would be so nice if that movie was shown on Christmas Eve as well.

    Thanks.

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  12. I can't believe no on is showing Miracle on 34th street my favorite holiday movie, they aren't even showing the newer version. Bummer


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    1. They didn't show the best christmas carol off all time this year either... the one that stars George C. Scott... pretty disappointed

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