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Thu, December 18

The Colbert Report

COMEDY, 11:31 pm ET

Stephen Colbert and his faux right-wing pundit persona bid farewell to their Comedy Central home after nine years. Colbert has been tapped to replace David Letterman as host of CBS’ "Late Show" next year, and in January, Comedy Central will replace "The Colbert Report" with "The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore, hosted by "The Daily Show’s" Larry Wilmore.

The Biggest Loser

NBC, 8:00 pm ET

Hawaii awaits the six contestants still in the competition, as indicated by the title of the new episode "Kauai, Part 1." They surely get to see the sights on the island, but according to the traditions of this series ... which means they remain very involved in the contest as they sample a state park and go kayaking. The result will yield something very nice for the winner, who will get a private helicopter tour. Alison Sweeney is the host.

Bones

FOX, 8:00 pm ET
Bones

Two back-to-back encores begin with one directed by series regular David Boreanaz, "Big in the Philippines." The demise of a troubled country-music performer (guest star Charlie Worsham) leaves Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and the team puzzled. Then, a college swimming coach's death fuels another mystery in "The Drama in the Queen," which also finds Sweets (John Francis Daley) enamored of a new intern (guest star Laura Spencer). Michaela Conlin also stars.

The Taste

ABC, 8:00 pm ET
The Taste

It's not hard to guess what to expect from a new episode titled "Happy Holidays," as the contestants are challenged to prepare edibles suitable for seasonal celebrating. Anthony Bourdain, Nigella Lawson, Ludo Lefebvre and Marcus Samuelsson do their usual mentoring but also get into the yuletide spirit as they guide the contenders through the expected paces.

A Christmas Carol

TCM, 8:00 pm ET

Many people consider this 1938 version their favorite screen adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic. Count June Lockhart among them. Lockhart made her film debut at age 12 as one of the children of Bob and Emily Cratchit, played by her real-life parents, Gene and Kathleen Lockhart. Reginald Owen stars as Christmas-hating curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge. Two other versions of the Dickens yarn, the 1970 musical "Scrooge" with Albert Finney and 1935's lesser-known "Scrooge" with Seymour Hicks in the title role, immediately follow.

The iHeartradio Jingle Ball 2014

CW, 8:00 pm ET

This concert, a tradition of the holiday season, is packed with stars who truly represent the music of 2014 -- with such relative newcomers as Meghan Trainor, Sam Smith and 5 Seconds of Summer on the bill. So are such "veterans" as Taylor Swift and Maroon 5 as radio personality Elvis Duran hosts the event at New York's Madison Square Garden. Ariana Grande, Iggy Azalea, Pharrell Williams, OneRepublic, Jesse J., Nick Jonas and Shawn Mendes also perform.

NBA Basketball

TNT, 8:00 pm ET

The haves vs. the have-nots is the overriding theme of tonight's TNT doubleheader, which kicks off with Derrick Rose and the Central Division-leading Bulls hosting Carmelo Anthony and the struggling New York Knicks. Then in the late game, the Oklahoma City Thunder -- who are a different team without Kevin Durant -- pay a visit to Stephen Curry and the Pacific-leading Golden State Warriors.

Mom

CBS, 8:31 pm ET
Mom

The therapy is meant for Violet (Sadie Calvano), but Christy and Bonnie (Anna Faris, Allison Janney) are the ones who come forth with the biggest revelations in the new episode "Free Therapy and a Dead Lady's Yard Sale." They participate in one of Violet's sessions and end up voicing some rather personal information. Nate Corddry and Matt Jones also star.

Pawn Stars

HISTORY, 9:00 pm ET
Pawn Stars

In the new episode "Clowning Around," a prospective seller brings a vintage Gene "The Singing Cowboy" Autry guitar into the shop. Rick starts goofing around when a portrait of beloved TV clown Red Skelton is brought in. Later, Rick has a different plan in mind when Chumlee decides to sell his shoe collection. Another new episode immediately follows.

White Collar

USA, 9:00 pm ET
White Collar

The sophisticated caper comedy wraps things up after six seasons with a new episode aptly titled "Au Revoir," which finds Peter (Tim DeKay) forced to involve himself in a dangerous con against the Pink Panthers to help Neal (Matt Bomer) carry out a risky heist. Ellie (Tiffani Thiessen) wouldn't be wild about that plan under the best of circumstances, but with their baby on the way, she's even more concerned. Neal, meanwhile, hatches a plan to serve the interests of both the Pink Panthers and himself. Ross McCall, Gavin Lee and Lucas Salvagno guest star.

Project Runway All Stars

LIFETIME, 9:00 pm ET

Christmas is coming up, not Valentine's Day, but love is in the air nonetheless in a new episode called "Mix and Match.com," wherein the remaining designers are challenged to create striking looks for single clients of that matchmaking website to wear on their upcoming first dates. Actress Laverne Cox, who stars as inmate beautician Sophia Burset in the hit Netflix women-in-prison drama "Orange Is the New Black," serves as a guest judge for the episode.

Downton Abbey Rediscovered

PBS, 9:00 pm ET

The American debut of the fifth season of the hugely popular drama series isn't far off, and this special recaps all that has happened for the Crawley family and their associates thus far. Bernadette Peters serves as host of the program, which also uses cast interviews and episode clips to whet appetites for what's to come -- without giving away too much, lest that keep the show from continuing to enjoy the giant viewership it has drawn internationally.

People Magazine Awards

NBC, 9:00 pm ET

Name a celebrity category and it's probably represented in these new awards, hosted by Nick Cannon and presented from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. Sexiest Woman ... Funniest Person ... Biggest Phenomenon ... they're all included as the honors bestowed by People Magazine recap personalities of 2014. Gwen Stefani, Pharrell Williams, Maroon 5 and 5 Seconds of Summer perform. Jennifer Aniston and Michael Keaton also are slated to appear.

Two and a Half Men

CBS, 9:01 pm ET
Two and a Half Men

She hasn't been back in a while, but former series regular Melanie Lynskey returns as Rose -- the neighbor who was quite obsessed with the now-departed Charlie -- in the new episode "Clockwise in Back Hole Until Tight." That title may refer to the instructions of a Christmas present, especially since Walden and Alan (Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer) are determined to prove to household newcomer Louis (Edan Alexander) that Santa Claus is a real being.

Whose Line Is It Anyway?

CW, 9:30 pm ET
Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Can someone who's successful at making shots fare as well at taking shots? Matt Barnes of basketball's Los Angeles Clippers shows whether he can bring the funny in this episode, joining Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles to create improv humor based on the studio audience's suggestions. Guest comedian Gary Anthony Williams also gets in on the think-on-your-feet mayhem. Aisha Tyler is the host.

The McCarthys

CBS, 9:30 pm ET
The McCarthys

Alyson Hannigan had a place on CBS for almost a decade as Lily on "How I Met Your Mother," and she returns to the network as the title family's tenant in the new episode "Red Sox Swap." She's invited to join the McCarthys for Christmas, in a bid to help her heal from a just-ended romance, and she gets caught up in their highly competitive gift-exchange tradition. Gilles Marini ("Brothers & Sisters") and Jessica St. Clair also guest star.

Beat Bobby Flay

FOOD, 10:00 pm ET
Beat Bobby Flay

Fusion chef Damien O'Donnell goes up against Mexican-born chef Adrian Leon for a shot at taking on Iron Chef Bobby Flay, and in their corner are "Chopped" judges Alex Guarnaschelli and Scott Conant. Judging the ultimate showdown between the victor and Flay are Ariane Daquin, Phillip Frankland Lee, and Ivan Orkin.

How to Get Away With Murder

ABC, 10:00 pm ET
How to Get Away With Murder

A youth who killed his father -- a police officer -- becomes Annalise's (Viola Davis) client in "We're Not Friends." The attorney also has concerns about Sam (Tom Verica), specifically regarding his involvement with Lila, which gives Wes and Rebecca (Alfred Enoch, Katie Findlay) concerns about Annalise in turn. Amy Pietz ("Caroline in the City") guest stars. Jack Falahee and Karla Souza also star.

Food Truck Face Off

FOOD, 11:00 pm ET
Food Truck Face Off

In the new episode "Match Up on Toronto Islands," the teams face hungry customers on the first sell day on Toronto Island, Canada, but tension mounts as arguments start to break out. On the second day, the teams fight hard for every dollar while up against established food trucks at Trinity Bellwoods Park. Judging their efforts are Zane Caplansky, Steak Shapiro and Alpana Singh.

Fri, December 19

A Home for the Holidays

CBS, 9:00 pm ET

The annual special that combines musical performances with stories of adoption features Jennifer Hudson, Train, Rixton, Katharine McPhee -- who's sung only fleetingly in her regular role on "Scorpion" -- and Earth, Wind & Fire among the headliners in this 16th edition. Two families from Los Angeles and one from Birmingham, Ala., are among those showcased in the informational segments. Ashley Monroe, Jillian Michaels and Dan & Shay also appear.

The Amazing Race

CBS, 8:00 pm ET

Every race eventually must end, especially when it comes to the ones on this multiple-Emmy-winning show -- and so it is again, with the remaining competitors reaching the finish line in this finale of the 25th season. Host Phil Keoghan can greet only one couple with the good news that their around-the-world adventures have ended with their win of $1 million. In the tradition of the series, many others will be present to cheer their victory.

Last Man Standing

ABC, 8:00 pm ET
Last Man Standing

"War Games" finds Mike (Tim Allen) being challenged by Ryan (Jordan Masterson) about encouraging Boyd (Flynn Morrison) to consume action-oriented movies and video games. Mandy (Molly Ephraim) is surprised to be consulted by Vanessa (Nancy Travis) about fashion prior to a college reunion. Kaitlyn Dever, Amanda Fuller and Hector Elizondo also star.

Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol

CW, 8:00 pm ET

Mr. Magoo (voiced, as usual, by Jim Backus) is the nearsighted star of this animated 1962 adaptation of the Dickens holiday classic, which boasts a Broadway-caliber score by "Funny Girl" team Jule Styne and Bob Merrill. Songs include "Ringle Ringle," "Winter Was Warm," "I'm All Alone in the World" and "(We'll Have) The Lord's Bright Blessing." The voice talent also includes Jack Cassidy, Royal Dano, Morey Amsterdam and Jane Kean.

Mean Girls

WE, 8:00 pm ET

A naive teen (Lindsay Lohan) starts public school and is befriended by the elite girls clique and two outsiders -- gay Damian (Daniel Franzese) and nonconformist Janis (Lizzy Caplan). The latter two suggest she take advantage of the former's interest to get the dirt on the clique. All goes well until she falls for the queen bee's ex (Jonathan Bennett). Tina Fey ("30 Rock") wrote this 2004 comedy, in which she plays a teacher.

Muppets Most Wanted

STARZ, 8:00 pm ET

Kermit, a thief? Rest easy: It's actually a look-alike who's committing the larceny in this expectedly fun-for-all-ages 2014 comedy featuring the familiar characters from Jim Henson's puppet world. During a European tour, the frog takes the rap for his double and the latter's sly associate (Ricky Gervais), landing "Kermie" under the watch of an unamused prison guard (Tina Fey). Kermit's pals eventually come to his rescue; Ray Liotta and Ty Burrell ("Modern Family") also appear.

Christmas in Washington 2014

TNT, 8:00 pm ET

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson ("Wake Up Call") hosts this annual holiday special taped at the National Building Museum in the nation's capital. Johnson welcomes musical guests that are scheduled to include singer Aloe Blacc ("Wake Me Up"), country star Hunter Hayes, British singer-songwriter Rota Ora, vocalist Darius Rucker and singer-songwriter Christina Perri.

NBA Basketball

ESPN, 8:00 pm ET

Two teams expected to vie for playoff berths in the Western Conference open tonight's ESPN doubleheader, as Tony Parker and the San Antonio Spurs defend home court from LaMarcus Aldridge and the Pacific Division-leading Portland Trail Blazers. Then two last place entries clash when Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers of the Pacific host Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder of the Northwest.

Cristela

ABC, 8:31 pm ET
Cristela

Charismatic comedian Cristela Alonzo is pretty much a force of nature, a fact that sold ABC on this showcase for her personality and talents. The sitcom's "Pilot" introduces the on-screen Cristela as a law student working against her Mexican-American family's lower expectations for her life and career as she sets her own course for success. Carlos Ponce, Terri Hoyos and Sam McMurray also are featured -- but there's no room for doubt that this is Alonzo's show.

Tanked

ANIMAL, 9:00 pm ET
Tanked

In this holiday episode, Wayde and Brett install a beefed-up butcher block tank for a Las Vegas jerky store. In South Florida, the guys design a pub-themed tank for an over-the-top Irish family. Are they able to install the tank in time for the Flanigan family’s annual holiday party? In Vegas, the entire ATM family gets into the holiday spirit, but things get out of control when Brett takes his decorations a bit too far.

Christmas With the Mormon Tabernacle Choir Featuring Deborah Voigt and John Rhys-Davies

PBS, 9:00 pm ET

The powerful voice of actor John Rhys-Davies ("Raiders of the Lost Ark," "Shogun") is well-known, and it only can be an asset to this new holiday performance by the legendary choir and orchestra, recorded at Temple Square in Salt Lake City. He even "flies" in one sequence. Soprano Deborah Voigt also has a major part in the program, lending her vocals to "The Holly and the Ivy" and "The Twelve Days After Christmas." Mack Wilberg and Ryan Murphy are the conductors.

Kung Fu Panda Holiday Special

CW, 9:30 pm ET

If you've ever had to work on a holiday and hated it, Po the panda feels your pain. In this special, he's looking forward to celebrating Winter Feast with his family, but he finds out that as Dragon Warrior, he's required to host a formal celebration at the Jade Palace. Original "Kung Fu Panda" movie cast members Jack Black, Dustin Hoffman and Angelina Jolie lend their voices to this animated offering.

Blue Bloods

CBS, 10:00 pm ET
Blue Bloods

A "Knockout Game" that is plaguing New York has Frank (Tom Selleck) concerned, and even more so when a stranger's punch to a pregnant woman (guest star Rose Hemingway) causes the loss of her baby. Danny (Donnie Wahlberg) tries to stop the would-be father (guest star Josh Segarra) from seeking revenge against the apparent assailant. Erin (Bridget Moynahan) doesn't want her apparent reunion with Jack (guest star Peter Hermann) to be known by Nicky (Sami Gayle).

The Glass Slipper

TCM, 10:00 pm ET

Leslie Caron is the antidote to all those too-good-to-be-true fairy-tale heroines in this 1955 retelling of the Cinderella tale. Her Ella is a feisty girl who talks back to her abusers and takes refuge from their taunts in a secret place in the woods. There she encounters an eccentric woman (Estelle Winwood) with a sympathetic ear and later, the prince himself (Michael Wilding), posing as the palace cook. Then there's this ball ... .

Christmas in Norway With the St. Olaf Choir

PBS, 10:00 pm ET

The choir from Minnesota's St. Olaf College has been a holiday fixture on PBS for many years. In 2013, it marked the 100th anniversary of its first Norway tour with a return trip. For this performance at Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim, the choir is joined by the cathedral's resident girls choir, Jentekor. The program includes Christmas carols, spirituals, and Norwegian hymns and folk songs.

Sat, December 20

NFL Football

NFLNET, 4:30 pm ET

The NFL makes a return to December Saturdays — for this week, anyway — with a doubleheader on NFL Network and CBS featuring the Philadelphia Eagles at the Washington Redskins, followed by the San Diego Chargers at the San Francisco 49ers.

College Football

ESPN, 11:00 am ET

In and of itself, today's R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl has little significance outside of giving alumni some good parties to attend. But it does mark the beginning of the 39-game bowl season that culminates with the National Championship Game at the Rose Bowl on Jan. 12.

College Basketball

CBS, 1:00 pm ET

The first CBS Sports Classic college basketball event takes place at the United Center in Chicago as North Carolina takes on Ohio State, followed by UCLA vs. Kentucky.

Bones

FOX, 8:00 pm ET
Bones

Booth (David Boreanaz) is behind bars in "The Conspiracy in the Corpse." His colleagues try to clear him by probing the matter that put him in prison, a man's death 16 years earlier. Booth has to face vengeful convicts he helped put away -- and he might not have it much easier once he's out, thanks to an FBI man (guest star John Boyd, "Argo") who's eager to prove himself. The story includes what originally came as a shocking twist to the show's fans.

Divergent

HBO, 8:00 pm ET

Veronica Roth's novel of a world divided by people's personal traits translates well to film, sparked by Shailene Woodley's fine performance as young heroine Tris. She learns she encompasses several of the dividing qualities, thus making her a Divergent -- and a danger to her society's rulers, or so they perceive it. Along with an enigmatic mentor (Theo James), she goes on the run. Kate Winslet, Ray Stevenson, Tony Goldwyn ("Scandal"), Ashley Judd and Maggie Q ("Stalker") also appear in the 2014 film.

I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown!

ABC, 8:00 pm ET

Nothing can replace the classic "A Charlie Brown Christmas," but this 2003 animated special reunites the updated Peanuts gang and the yuletide season. Linus and Lucy's little brother, ReRun, needs stress relief. He goes to Snoopy for attention and fun, but the canine has plans that don't include the boy. Voice talents include Jimmy Bennett, Adam Taylor Gordon and Bill Melendez.

The Sound of Music Live!

NBC, 8:00 pm ET

Probably needless to say, it's not live this time ... but it was last year when Carrie Underwood starred as Maria in this adaptation of the classic musical, whose ratings success enabled Allison Williams to play Peter Pan in a similarly staged telecast recently. Stephen Moyer ("True Blood") plays Captain von Trapp, with Audra McDonald as the Mother Abbess. The beloved Rodgers & Hammerstein score includes "My Favorite Things," and "Climb Ev'ry Mountain."

Pit Bulls and Parolees

ANIMAL, 9:00 pm ET
Pit Bulls and Parolees

Inspired by longtime Villalobos residents Snickers and Brandi, Tania spearheads an effort to find forever homes for their favorite dogs, and she ensures this is the last Christmas they spend in shelters. A professional photographer is invited to New Orleans to shoot portraits of each dog to capture the dog’s personality and melt the hearts of potential adopters. Meanwhile, Earl rallies the parolees’ festive spirits and enlists their help to decorate the Tahyo Tavern and prepare a very special Christmas feast for the Villalobos family.

Sleepy Hollow

FOX, 9:00 pm ET
Sleepy Hollow

Benjamin Franklin (guest star Timothy Busfield) is drawn into Ichabod and Abbie's (Tom Mison, Nicole Beharie) plan to save Katrina (Katia Winter) from the Headless Horseman in "The Kindred." The scheme involves a being not unlike the Dr. Frankenstein-created synthetic man, this one created by Franklin. Jenny (Lyndie Greenwood) and the new local sheriff get off on the wrong foot with each other. Orlando Jones and John Noble also star.

Christmas Icetastrophe

SYFY, 9:00 pm ET

You may never dream of a white Christmas again after watching this low-budget 2014 disaster flick, in which a super-frozen asteroid slams into the small town of Lennox, unleashing a rolling wave of ice crystals that threatens to freeze any living thing that crosses its path. Victor Webster, Jennifer Spence, Richard Harmon, Tiera Scovbye and Ben Cotton star.

CMA Country Christmas

ABC, 9:00 pm ET

Jennifer Nettles returns, for the fifth consecutive year, as host of Nashville's annual offering of its musical celebration of the season. Carrie Underwood, Hunter Hayes, LeAnn Rimes, Little Big Town, Sara Evans, Lucy Hale ("Pretty Little Liars") and Michael W. Smith are among those on board to vocalize this time. Not surprisingly, Nettles also sings here -- as does Tony winner Idina Menzel, who now has added fame as a voice in "Frozen."

Sun, December 21

Homeland

SHO, 9:00 pm ET

Fans were divided when this Emmy-winning series more or less rebooted itself in Season 4 by sending Carrie (Claire Danes) off on her own high-profile new post in a very volatile part of the Middle East. The new location brought a slew of new characters and cast members, but longtime viewers probably will love that tonight's season finale, a new episode called "Long Time Coming," finds Carrie back in the United States for a reunion with Saul (Mandy Patinkin), who's eager to hear about what she saw in Islamabad.

The Little Drummer Boy

ABCFAM, 1:00 pm ET

This Rankin/Bass holiday classic, based on the Christmas song The Little Drummer Boy, tells the story of Aaron, a poor boy who cannot afford to buy a present for baby Jesus and instead plays a special song for him on his drums.

Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town

ABCFAM, 3:00 pm ET

The Rankin/Bass marathon continues when Fred Astaire narrates this tale of Kris Kringle (voice of Mickey Rooney), a young man who starts a gift factory where he builds toys and gives them to all the local children, earning him the name Santa Claus.

Figure Skating

NBC, 4:00 pm ET

The ISU Grand Prix Series Final takes place in Barcelona, Spain, with each discipline’s top six points leaders competing for the championship.

The Year Without a Santa Claus

ABCFAM, 4:00 pm ET

Mrs. Claus narrates this animated classic (based on Pulitzer Prize winner Phyllis McGinley’s children’s book) about the time she almost donned her husband’s famous red suit.

Mulaney

FOX, 7:00 pm ET
Mulaney

The Christmas season is in full swing, but John (John Mulaney) finds his yuletide good cheer is severely dampened by his (mostly) irrational loathing of actor Macaulay Culkin in the new episode "It's a Wonderful Home Alone." Meanwhile, Lou (Martin Short) starts sweating bullets when his network rival, Jesse Tyler Munoz (guest star Nick Kroll), announces plans for a holiday special that will compete with Lou's. Nasim Pedrad, Seaton Smith, Zack Pearlman and Elliott Gould also star.

The Sound of Music

ABC, 7:00 pm ET

Julie Andrews' sweet voice fills the hills in this 1965 Academy Award-winning musical based on the true story of Austria's Von Trapp family. Andrews plays the convent-trained governess of a wealthy Austrian's (Christopher Plummer) children. The score features such songs as "Edelweiss" and "My Favorite Things."

The Simpsons

FOX, 8:00 pm ET
The Simpsons

Homer (voice of Dan Castellaneta) has a big night out on the town on Christmas Eve in the new episode "I Won't Be Home for Christmas," joining Moe (voice of Hank Azaria) on a drinking spree. Not happy about it, Marge (voice of Julie Kavner) tells Homer not to return to the Simpson residence that evening, forcing him to wander the streets of Springfield. During his odyssey, he comes to some major realizations.

The Librarians

TNT, 8:00 pm ET
The Librarians

Wow, just when you think those dastardly goons at the Serpent Brotherhood have finally hit rock bottom in the "evil" department, they hatch a plan to kill Santa Claus in the new episode "And Santa's Magic Run." Needless to say, librarians Jake, Ezekiel and Cassandra (Christian Kane, John Kim, Lindy Booth) aren't about to let that happen as they set out to help St. Nick accomplish the secret purpose of Christmas. Jonathan Frakes ("Star Trek: The Next Generation") directed this holiday episode.

Jingle All the Way 2

USA, 8:00 pm ET

Larry the Cable Guy stars in this new 2014 holiday comedy as a frazzled divorced dad who wants nothing more than to show his little girl, Noel (Kennedi Clements), how much he loves her by getting her the toy of her dreams for Christmas. Alas, the prized item, Harrison the Talking Bear, is completely sold out, and Noel's new stepdad wants to make sure he, not Larry, grants the little girl's fondest wish. Santino Marella, Brian Stepanek and Kirsten Robek also star.

Tales From the Royal Bedchamber

PBS, 8:00 pm ET

Some of the most rarely visited royal spaces imaginable give up their secrets in this new documentary hosted by Dr. Lucy Worsley, chief curator at Historic Royal Palaces. From Hever Castle to Hampton Court and the great English country manors, Dr. Worsley points out the opulence of Royal State bedrooms and explains how these "private" spaces once were active hubs of English policy and politics. Even the process of creating royal babies was a semi-public matter, since everyone had a stake in the outcome.

NFL Football

NBC, 8:20 pm ET

First place in the NFC West could be on the line tonight in the desert, where Drew Stanton and the Arizona Cardinals defend home field from Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks. The defending Super Bowl champs got the better of the Cards in their first meeting in Week 12, when the Seattle defense was in shutdown mode as the Seahawks rolled to a 19-3 home victory.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

FOX, 8:30 pm ET
Brooklyn Nine-Nine

In a 2013 holiday-themed episode called "Christmas," Capt. Holt (Andre Braugher) starts getting death threats, but he may welcome the sweet embrace of the Grim Reaper after a thrilled Jake (Andy Samberg) is put in charge of his security, an appointment he relishes and abuses to its fullest extent. Elsewhere, Amy (Melissa Fumero) is determined to get a photo of the precinct staff as a gift for Holt, but she's met with a lack of enthusiasm, as well as Rosa's (Stephanie Beatriz) firm refusal to smile.

North Woods Law

ANIMAL, 9:00 pm ET
North Woods Law

This holiday season, the game wardens of Maine are gearing up to spread season’s greetings and good will. Warden Pete Herring visits a child cancer center in Portland with some furry friends from the K9 team. Warden Alan Curtis donates evidence game meat to a local soup kitchen. Sgts. Scott Thrasher and Chris Simmons invite all their wardens and families to celebrate the conclusion of deer season with an annual Christmas-tree cutting and potluck supper at the Thrashers’ home.

Spy World

TRAVEL, 9:00 pm ET

Drawn from previously secret case files of the FBI, CIA and their foreign equivalent spy agencies comes this new series of one-hour specials about espionage exploits in World War II and the Cold War that followed. It premieres with an hour called "Russian Seduction, Moscow Rules, Operation Goldenrod," in which a Russian beauty steals American secrets in 2010 Manhattan. Also: A weapons specialist in 1980s Moscow smuggles blueprints, while, in 1987, the FBI and CIA lay a trap for an international terrorist. Another special immediately follows.

Top 10 Restaurants With Food Network Magazine

FOOD, 9:00 pm ET

Food Network Magazine and host Bobby Flay offer a coast-to-coast countdown of the 10 must-eat meals of a lifetime in this new one-hour special, which covers fare ranging from the ultimate backyard barbecue to a seaside crab shack that is truly essential for any seafood lover. It's a handy way to get started on your culinary bucket list for 2015.

The Mentalist

CBS, 9:30 pm ET
The Mentalist

A miserable head cold forces Jane (Simon Baker) to work from the office as he coordinates the team's investigation into a murder connected to a counterfeit diamond operation in a new episode called "Black Market." Meanwhile, Abbott (Rockmond Dunbar) worries his past will hurt his wife's chances of landing a prestigious job. William Abadirq, Devon Barnes and Courtney James Clark guest star.

Bob's Burgers

FOX, 9:30 pm ET
Bob

Linda's (voice of John Roberts) black thumb strikes yet again as she manages to kill the Belcher Christmas tree, forcing the family to go out on Christmas Day itself to find a replacement. When Bob (voice of H. Jon Benjamin) inadvertently cuts off a giant candy cane-shaped truck, however, he triggers a lethal case of road rage in its driver (voice of guest star Bobcat Goldthwait), who traps them in their car and stalks them in the 2013 holiday episode "Christmas in the Car."

The Comeback

HBO, 10:00 pm ET
The Comeback

As "Seeing Red" finally hits the airwaves, Valerie is taken aback by a number of critical comments she receives about her career, especially when some of the harshest come from husband Mark (Damian Young). On a surprise visit to Mickey's (Robert Michael Morris) apartment, Valerie later gets a surprise of a different kind in the new episode "Valerie Faces the Critics." "The Talk" panelists Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler and Sheryl Underwood guest star as themselves.

Cutthroat Kitchen

FOOD, 10:00 pm ET
Cutthroat Kitchen

In the new episode "I Would Do Anything for Loaf," one chef wears Alton's ultimate poncho while making a breakfast quesadilla, then another is tasked with cooking meatloaf while "relaxing" in a recliner. Finally, a chef has to walk on cupcake boxes while making cupcakes. Jet Tila is guest judge.

Mon, December 22

The Great Christmas Light Fight

ABC, 8:00 pm ET

Families show off their home’s over-the-top holiday displays and are judged by Michael Moloney and Sabrina Soto to see whose display is the merriest. The winning family earns $50,000 — which can buy a lot more Christmas lights!

Miracle on 34th Street

AMC, 9:00 am ET

In this 1947 classic, Edmund Gwenn stars as a Macy's Santa who gets into trouble when he claims he's the real Kriss Kringle. In a city full of imposters, he finds no one -- not even a little girl (Natalie Wood) -- willing to believe in him. With skeptics ridiculing him at every turn, Kringle has no choice but to take his case to court. Only one young lawyer has enough faith to defend him. Maureen O'Hara and John Payne also star in the Academy Award winner.

Wild West Alaska

ANIMAL, 1:00 pm ET
Wild West Alaska

It’s Christmas at Wild West Guns, and everyone is getting ready to spend holiday bonuses. But when the “Ken pays for it all” deal goes south, he’s convinced Christmas is ruined.

Antiques Roadshow

PBS, 8:00 pm ET
Antiques Roadshow

A new episode called "The Boomer Years" offers a nostalgic look at vintage treasures and memorabilia from members of the so-called "Baby Boom" of the mid-20th century. Featured items include a 1956 Elvis "Love Me Tender" standee rescued during a home renovation; a 1958 Martin Luther King Jr. letter that a Richard Nixon biographer once purchased for $20; and Charles Schulz comic strip art circa 1960 owned by a former Schulz colleague and currently valued at between $200,000 and $250,000.

Gotham

FOX, 8:00 pm ET
Gotham

A vigilante has a unique way of dispatching law-breaking residents of Gotham in "The Balloonman." The killer simply hooks them to weather balloons and watches them float away, giving Gordon and Bullock (Ben McKenzie, Donal Logue) quite a challenge in trying to stop the murders. Newly returned to Gotham, Penguin-to-be Oswald Cobblepot (Robin Lord Taylor) aligns himself with an underworld titan. David Zayas ("Dexter") guest stars.

NFL Football

ESPN, 8:15 pm ET

A pair of AFC division leaders who could be seeing more of each other next month clash tonight at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, where Andy Dalton and the Bengals hope to use the home field to their advantage against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. The key to this game could be Manning and his corps of fleet receivers, who will try to test a Bengals pass defense that is among the NFL's worst.

Top Gear

BBCA, 9:00 pm ET
Top Gear

In the season finale, host Richard Hammond spotlights the last batch of greatest moments from the hugely successful car show, including James May's tribute to BBC Television Center using a motorcyclist and a pair of Parkour runners. Also: an epic celebration of Britain's motor industry, which culminates in a grand finale in front of Buckingham Palace.

Major Crimes

TNT, 9:00 pm ET
Major Crimes

A man dressed as Santa Claus definitely snags a spot on the Major Crimes unit's naughty list after he robs a bank and then vanishes into a vast Santa flash mob. As the team tries to figure out how things went south so quickly during that incident, Sharon's (Mary McDonnell) children (guest stars Zarah Mahler, Ryan Kennedy) come to town for a holiday visit, while Buzz (Phillip P. Keene) starts training as a back-up police officer in the new episode "Chain Reaction."

Sleepy Hollow

FOX, 9:00 pm ET
Sleepy Hollow

A new villain isn't exactly the Pied Piper, but he -- or, perhaps more accurately, it -- has a similar effect in luring youngsters in "Go Where I Send Thee ... ." Ichabod and Abbie (Tom Mison, Nicole Beharie) encounter the evil being as they seek a missing child, whose accursed family history may be the reason the creature has struck. Orlando Jones, Katia Winter and John Noble also star.

Scorpion

CBS, 9:00 pm ET
Scorpion

Against the advice of Agent Gallo (Robert Patrick), Team Scorpion heads to Las Vegas for what they're confident is going to be a "simple" casino job. Things quickly go south, however, when a robbery leads to Walter's (Elyes Gabel) arrest, forcing the rest of the gang to focus on clearing his name. Corbin Bernsen, Alicia Lagano and Chris Mulkey guest star in "Shorthanded."

Whose Line Is It Anyway?

CW, 9:30 pm ET
Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Popular comic and character actor Gary Anthony Williams ("Malcolm in the Middle") joins recurring performers Wayne Brady, Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie for a zany half-hour of improvised games, fueled primarily by random suggestions supplied by the studio audience. Aisha Tyler ("The Talk," "Archer") is host.

NCIS: Los Angeles

CBS, 9:59 pm ET
NCIS: Los Angeles

Callen (Chris O'Donnell) and his team go looking for a motive when Lily Lockhart (guest star Michelle Trachtenberg, "Gossip Girl"), the daughter of a U.S. senator (guest star John Getz), is attacked. While Deeks and Nell (Eric Christian Olsen, Renee Felice Smith) help get the girl to safety, a co-worker gives Kensi (Daniela Ruah) a perfect gift in "Merry Evasion." Erik Palladino also guest stars.

Independent Lens

PBS, 10:00 pm ET
Independent Lens

The documentary "The Trials of Muhammad Ali" profiles one of the 20th century's most beloved athletes, who was also one of its most controversial. It covers, among other things, the boxer's draft evasion conviction, his conversion to Islam and his struggles with Parkinson's disease.

State of Affairs

NBC, 10:00 pm ET
State of Affairs

During a trip to Qatar with the president (Alfre Woodard), Charlie (Katherine Heigl) finds herself drawn into the strange case of a local man who insists he is a CIA asset, although the agency has no record of him, in the new episode "Masquerade." Elsewhere, Charlie takes a potentially fatal risk in pursuit of the truth about her fiance's (guest star Mark Tallman) death. Adam Kaufman, Sheila Vand and David Harbour also star.

Booze Traveler

TRAVEL, 10:00 pm ET
Booze Traveler

A new episode called "Iceland's Warm Fire" reveals how locals in that country keep warm during chilly months via a shrewd combination of moss schnapps (which, yes, is actually a thing), volcanic beer and marathon pub crawls. Later, on the edge of the Arctic, Jack Maxwell explores how innovation and isolation, coupled with a Viking spirit, give Iceland its national spirit.

Tue, December 23

Shrek the Halls

ABC, 8:00 pm ET

In this animated 2007 special, the lovable green ogre — now married and a dad — gets some help finding his Christmas spirit from his familiar friends Donkey, Puss in Boots and Gingerbread Man. Features the voices of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz and Antonio Banderas.

White Christmas

AMC, 9:15 am ET

Some purists may sniff that 1942's "Holiday Inn," of which this 1954 musical is a partial remake, is a superior piece of work. The fact remains that this latter vehicle for Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen has become a compulsory part of the yuletide celebration for millions around the world. The classic title tune is just one of several memorable Irving Berlin melodies performed here with style, heart and panache.

NCIS

CBS, 8:00 pm ET
NCIS

When dozens of children from military families are stricken with a mysterious illness, Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and his colleagues try to pinpoint the cause. Abby and Jimmy (Pauley Perrette, Brian Dietzen) work with the Naval Medical Research Center on finding a cure for the ailing kids before the holidays in "Homesick."

The Flash

CW, 8:00 pm ET
The Flash

Another DC Comics character enters the scene in an episode titled for her, "Plastique." Played by guest star Kelly Frye, she's a soldier physically enhanced by a bomb blast that Joe (Jesse L. Martin) suspects the military had a role in setting off. A general (guest star Clancy Brown) turns out to be involved, wanting to create super-soldiers. Barry (Grant Gustin) tries to get Iris (Candice Patton) to stop writing about the so-called "streak."

Sacred Journeys With Bruce Feiler

PBS, 8:00 pm ET

Author, scholar and explorer Bruce Feiler continues his six-part examination of some of the world's most meaningful landscapes and challenging religious pilgrimages with an hour devoted to Jerusalem, a thrice-holy city shared by Jews, Christians and Muslims. Among the highlights, Christian pilgrims walk the city's Jesus Trail, while American Jews celebrate Sukkot, the Feast of the Tabernacles. A second episode focusing on Mecca, Saudi Arabia, immediately follows.

King of Kings

TCM, 8:00 pm ET

Jeffrey Hunter -- whom "Star Trek" fans will recognize for his portrayal of Capt. Christopher Pike -- stars in director Nicholas Ray's ("Rebel Without a Cause") 1961 retelling of the life of Jesus. Siobhan McKenna ("Doctor Zhivago") plays his mother, Mary, with Hurd Hatfield as Pontius Pilate, Rip Torn as Judas, and Spanish actress Carmen Sevilla as Mary Magdalene.

One Direction: The TV Special

NBC, 8:00 pm ET

The members of the wildly popular band One Direction -- Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson -- present their first network TV special in a new hour that provides a candid look at the group via documentary and performance footage drawn from the South American leg of their recent tour. The special also goes behind the scenes as the band records its recent release "Four" and performs for fans at Universal Orlando Resort in Florida.

Supernatural

CW, 9:00 pm ET
Supernatural

Bobby's cell phone delivers a message that sparks Dean's (Jensen Ackles) curiosity in "Ask Jeeves." It indicates that either Bobby or a descendant has become the heir to a fortune, prompting Dean to convince Sam (Jared Padalecki) that they should claim the apparent windfall. Once they arrive at their destination, though, they find the situation much different from what they expected ... and much more dangerous.

New Girl

FOX, 9:00 pm ET
New Girl

When Nick (Jake Johnson) takes the gang on a Thanksgiving camping trip, Coach and Schmidt (Damon Wayans Jr., Max Greenfield) butt heads over who's the better woodsman. Winston and Cece (Lamorne Morris, Hannah Simone) find common ground in their mutual dislike of the outdoors in "Thanksgiving III." Zooey Deschanel also stars.

The Year: 2014

ABC, 9:00 pm ET

ABC News' now-annual recap of the preceding 12 months finds host Robin Roberts and others, including David Muir and George Stephanopoulos, showcasing major stories and personalities of that time span. Music stars Taylor Swift and Meghan Trainor are among the celebrities cited, and racial unrest, ISIS and the Ebola outbreak are included in recollections of the year's top headlines. Amy Robach, Michael Strahan and Dan Harris also contribute segments.

The Mindy Project

FOX, 9:30 pm ET
The Mindy Project

For many couples, the holiday season has been made that much more memorable by marriage proposals, and Mindy (Mindy Kaling) wonders if her turn is about to come in an episode called, simply, "Christmas." Thinking Danny (Chris Messina) might be about to pop the big question, she tries to get her thoughts and emotions in order in case that moment arrives. Morgan (Ike Barinholtz) has a great date -- mainly because he's thought to be someone else. Julia Stiles guest stars.

Frontline

PBS, 10:00 pm ET
Frontline

Conventional notions about the origin of Christianity are challenged in "From Jesus to Christ: The First Christians." The two-part series draws on recent and sometimes controversial historical evidence to piece together the events of Jesus' life and death. "Pax Romana" examines his teachings. Then "A Light to the Nations" focuses on his followers, whose conviction and martyrdom helped root the major religious movement that eventually transformed the Roman Empire. Concludes next Tuesday.

Chopped

FOOD, 10:00 pm ET
Chopped

The new episode "Family Food Fight" finds a mother, father, daughter and son, all from the same restaurant, competing for the title of "Chopped" champion. The first basket contains a flatbread and a strong citrus, which proves too daunting a challenge for one of them. Next, in the entree round, there is fish to de-bone and tofu to flavor. The last two chefs standing are tasked with creating dessert using lobster tail pastries and cinnamon chips.

Benched

USA, 10:00 pm ET
Benched

Nina (Eliza Coupe) struggles with a moral dilemma after discovering that Trent (Carter MacIntyre) and the district attorney's office are plotting to arrest the city's homeless population. Meanwhile, Cheryl (Maria Bamford) turns to Nina for help when her lousy track record lands her on thin ice with a new boss. Gary Anthony Williams and Lynne Marie Stewart guest star in the new episode "A New Development." Another new episode immediately follows.

Ground Floor

TBS, 10:00 pm ET
Ground Floor

In the new episode "Space Invaders," Brody (Skylar Astin) suffers a brutal case of "sticker shock" when he gets his first ground-floor paycheck and finally grasps how much less money he is making now. Forced to give up his pricey apartment, he crashes with girlfriend Jenny (Briga Heelan). Unfortunately, it's not long before the new arrangement feels too much like lovers living together, triggering commitment anxiety in Jenny. Meanwhile, Derrick and Harvard (James Earl, Rory Scovel) bet they can make their own meager salaries stretch further than Rory can.

Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce

BRAVO, 10:00 pm ET
Girlfriends

In a new episode called "Rule No. 426: Fantasyland: A Great Place to Visit," Abby (Lisa Edelstein) decides to start dating Nate (guest star C. Thomas Howell), a married father with whom she had a turbulent affair when she was still married. Phoebe (Beau Garrett) is attracted to one of the dads at school. Lyla (Janeane Garofalo) needs to get rid of some tension. At the Family Equality Gala, Ford and Max (J. August Richards, Patrick Heusinger) receive an award from LGBT activist Adele Northrop (Laverne Cox, "Orange Is the New Black.")

Kelly Clarkson's Cautionary Christmas Music Tale

NBC, 10:00 pm ET

The Grammy winner and Season 1 "American Idol" victor stars in a 2013 musical special loosely based on Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," in which she learns some lessons about the meaning of the holiday. The special features songs from Clarkson's sixth studio album and first Christmas release, "Wrapped in Red," as well as guest appearances from Blake Shelton, Reba, Jay Leno, Trisha Yearwood and many others.

Person of Interest

CBS, 10:01 pm ET
Person of Interest

In an episode called "Death Benefit," Reese (Jim Caviezel) goes under cover as a secret service agent in order to get close to the latest person of interest, a congressman who may have the key to derailing Decima's plan to bring a second Machine online. John Heard guest stars; Michael Emerson, Kevin Chapman, Sarah Shahi and Amy Acker also star.

NCIS: New Orleans

CBS, 10:01 pm ET
NCIS: New Orleans

When a Navy SEAL is found dead in a sorority house, Pride (Scott Bakula) and his team must figure out whether his death was related to collegiate foul play or was part of a classified mission the man was on in "The Recruits." On a more personal note, Pride's daughter, Laurel (recurring guest star Shanley Caswell), visits the NCIS office. Other guest stars include Daryl Mitchell and Vanessa Marano; Lucas Black, Zoe McLellan and CCH Pounder also star.

Wed, December 24

A Christmas Story

TNT, 8:00 pm ET

"You'll shoot your eye out!" Peter Billingsley stars in this 1983 comedy as the little boy who yearns to find a Red Ryder BB gun under the Christmas tree. Not just a Christmas story, it's about parents, little brothers, bullies, decoder rings, double dog dares and most of all, the workings of a youthful mind. Jean Shepherd's writing captures it all perfectly. Darren McGavin also stars in this holiday favorite, which airs as a 24-hour marathon starting tonight on both TNT and its sister station, TBS.

Meet Me in St. Louis

TCM, 6:00 pm ET

In director Vincente Minnelli's nostalgic 1944 musical masterpiece, a St. Louis family is disappointed to learn it must move to New York just before the 1904 World's Fair opens, but the plot is mere window dressing compared to Judy Garland performing some of her most timeless hits, including "The Boy Next Door," "The Trolley Song" and "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas." Margaret O'Brien, Mary Astor and Leon Ames co-star.

Too Cute!

ANIMAL, 7:00 pm ET

From prancing baby goats to kittens climbing Christmas trees and puppies dashing through the snow, this special episode combines the fluffy, the cuddly and the snuggly into one adorable bundle. Animal Planet celebrates the miracle of cute with this festive treat, set to beloved holiday classics and sure to warm hearts and homes during the holiday season.

Yule Log

UP, 7:00 pm ET

UP airs 24 hours of the holiday Yule Log, accompanied by Christmas music and featuring limited commercial interruption (and “some surprises in store,” the network promises).

Nature

PBS, 8:00 pm ET
Nature

Born during the Ice Age and vividly embodying the power and grandeur of nature, the Himalayas stretch across Asia for 2,000 miles, and while their icy beauty may appear aloof and threatening, they actually are home to a staggering number of thriving plants and animals, including snow leopards, Tibetan foxes and huge goatlike creatures that have been the source of the mythical Golden Fleece.

Bob's Burgers

FOX, 8:00 pm ET
Bob

It's no surprise that youngsters want as much candy as they can get on Halloween, but size truly does matter to the Belcher children in "Full Bars." Upon discovering one neighborhood is known for issuing regular-size candy bars, as opposed to the smaller versions often handed out to trick-or-treaters, they head straight for that block. Bob and Linda (voices of H. Jon Benjamin and John Roberts) go to a seasonal party with a black-and-orange motif.

It's a Wonderful Life

NBC, 8:00 pm ET

If you missed the telecast a few weeks ago, NBC presents an encore screening of Frank Capra's evergreen 1946 classic, which makes an excellent accompaniment to last-minute Christmas Eve gift wrapping. As you don't need to be told, the story follows small-town guy George Bailey (James Stewart) as he defers one big dream after another to stay home, marry a local girl (Donna Reed) and run the family business. Facing financial ruin, he's pulled from suicidal despair by angel Clarence (Henry Travers), who shows him how terrible the world would have been if he'd never lived.

A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas

FXX, 8:00 pm ET

If you’ve got the Christmas munchies, tune in to 24 hours of A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas, in which stoner buds Harold (John Cho) and Kumar (Kal Penn) make some holiday mischief after they inadvertently burn down Harold’s father-in-law’s prized Christmas tree. Neil Patrick Harris also stars, of course.

Black Nativity

HBO, 8:00 pm ET

This holiday-themed 2013 drama -- a revision of a Langston Hughes play -- casts Jacob Latimore as a Baltimore teen sent by his much-challenged mother (Jennifer Hudson) to spend time with his grandparents (Forest Whitaker, Angela Bassett), whose method of tough love isn't to his liking. Ultimately, though, he benefits from their life lessons. Mary J. Blige, Tyrese Gibson and Vondie Curtis-Hall also perform for director Kasi Lemmons (Curtis-Hall's wife).

The Goldbergs

ABC, 8:30 pm ET
The Goldbergs

Murray (Jeff Garlin) is dreading a Thanksgiving visit from Marvin (Dan Fogler), his brother, who always stresses the family out on holidays. Marvin arrives with a big surprise, which ratchets up Murray's concern in "Stop Arguing and Start Thanking." Wendi McLendon-Covey, Sean Giambrone, Troy Gentile and Hayley Orrantia also star.

NOVA

PBS, 9:00 pm ET
NOVA

In "Building the Great Cathedrals," filmmakers take viewers on a breathtaking journey inside some of these jewels of Gothic architecture and reveal how builders in the Middle Ages were able to construct edifices of such dizzying heights using only simple hand tools. Sometimes more than 100 years in the making, some of these once-magnificent structures now teeter on the brink of catastrophic collapse.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

FOX, 9:00 pm ET
Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Guest star Craig Robinson ("The Office") is back as the so-called Pontiac Bandit in the aptly titled episode "The Pontiac Bandit Returns." The police have him in custody again, but he may be able to strike a deal by revealing a drug dealer's location. Gina and Boyle (Chelsea Peretti, Joe Lo Truglio) are concerned about their parents' (guest stars Sandra Bernhard and Stephen Root) deepening relationship. Andre Braugher also stars.

Merry Madagascar

CW, 9:30 pm ET

In this holiday sequel to "Madagascar" and "Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa," Alex, Marty, Melman and Gloria (voices of Ben Stiller, Chris Rock, David Schwimmer and Jada Pinkett Smith) must deliver Santa's presents to save Christmas when St. Nick gets amnesia following a crash landing on their island. And yes, those resourceful penguins also are on board. What a shame they have a long-standing North vs. South Pole rivalry with Santa's reindeer ... .

blackish

ABC, 9:31 pm ET
blackish

Rainbow and Dre (Tracee Ellis Ross, Anthony Anderson) agree that they no longer will spank their children, but when Jack (Miles Brown) disobeys his parents, the kids all wonder whether their folks will reverse that decision in "Crime and Punishment." Laurence Fishburne also stars. Two other episodes follow immediately.

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