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CHRISTMAS TV: Holiday programs airing this week

CHRISTMAS TV: Holiday programs airing this week

'IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE:' The Christmas classic airs on Nov. 14 on NBC. Photo: Associated Press

Here’s a look at this week’s holiday programming. Check local listings for times and channels.

Monday, December 9

Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town,” ABC
“The Great Christmas Light Fight,” ABC

Tuesday, December 10

“The Year Without a Santa Claus,” ABC Family

Wednesday, December 11

“Kelly Clarkson’s Cautionary Christmas Music Tale,” NBC

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Friday, December 13

“Toy Story,” ABC Family
“Toy Story 2,” ABC Family
“Toy Story 3,” ABC Family
“Toy Story of TERROR!,” ABC Family


Saturday, December 14

“It’s a Wonderful Life,” NBC
“Frosty Returns,” CBS

Sunday, December 15

“All I Want for Christmas,” ION

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