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Friday, December 18, 2020
What to watch on Christmas WEEK on TV ONE
CHRISTMAS WEEK SITCOM MARATHONS
Airs: Sunday, December 20 at 6 a.m. ET until Sunday, December 26 to 12 a.m. ET
Christmas-themed episodes from the following sitcoms: Sanford & Son, Good Times, The Cosby Show, The Bernie Mac Show, All of Us, The Jeffersons, Family Matters and Living Single
CHRISTMAS DAY MOVIE MARATHON
Airs: Christmas Day, Friday, December 25 at 6 a.m. ET to 12 a.m. ET
A Royal Family Christmas: The Royal siblings set aside their differences and join forces to help get their parents back together again in time for Christmas.
Dear Santa, I Need a Date tells the story of a pair of single siblings who place a bet on who can find a date to bring home for Christmas.
Merry Wishmas: When a successful businesswoman returns home for the holidays, she learns the transformational power of love hope and faith.
Coins for Christmas: Can the Christmas spirit help a struggling single mother forge a lasting friendship with her new arrogant former football player boss?
Miss Me This Christmas: When the "perfect couple" fall apart, they must decide to move on or find their way back to love by Christmas.
You Can't Fight Christmas: When the Chestertown Hotel's future is placed in jeopardy, the historic site might become the location for the duel of the century.
A Christmas Blessing: Two people struggling to make sense of the world, find peace in each other's company.
Second Chance Christmas: When a tragic accident turns this new family upside down, they must adjust to their new dynamic to survive.
Christmas Dilemma: A newlywed couple cannot decide which in-laws to visit for Christmas, however their parents surprise them by showing up unannounced.
The Christmas Swap: When two brother's magically switch bodies, it will take a holiday miracle to change things back to normal.
(Click the links below to view TV One original holiday programming)