The holidays are almost here, and that means it's time for beloved holiday favorites to grace your small screen once again. ABC has announced their holiday programming schedule for the year, and the network is giving the people what they want with movies and shows guaranteed to make you feel festive until the ball drops.
The network announced the news in a press release, sharing that it will bring back its annual "25 Days of Christmas" programming, beginning on Dec. 1 and kicking off in late November with a few early holiday items.
The lineup is anchored by a slew of festive TV specials, including CMA Country Christmas, The Great Christmas Light
Fans will also be able to catch Christmas episodes of favorite shows like The Middle, Fresh off the Boat and Black-ish, as well as newer shows including The Mayor and American Housewife.
Throughout the season, ABC will air popular movies including Frozen, Mary Poppins and The Sound of Music.
The entire slate of programming will be kicked off by Lights, Camera, Christmas: Inside Holiday Movie Classics, which airs Nov. 22, and things will wrap up with the annual Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve on Dec. 31.
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