Name Your Favorite Holiday TV

By People's Choice | 10:25 am on December 24, 2009

Happy Christmas Eve! And even if you don’t celebrate (or even care about) Christmas, here’s hoping you have a reasonably peaceful and good Thursday filled with some degree of cheer. And even if you’ve had it with the holidays — turns out, there are some pretty great films bowing in theatres tomorrow that will likely prove more than a diversion: as in It’s Complicated, The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus, Alvin & The Chipmunks and Sherlock Holmes. (And did we mention Avatar?) Even the most cold -hearted among us can probably be talked into a quick visit to the cineplex this weekend, no? But more on those films later. Now, if you are in the holiday spirit, and you’re furiosuly scrambling with cooking and tree trimming and stratregic mistletoe-positioning, and you’re staying in for the holidays, we’d love to know about the various TV shows catching your eye. See, yesterday I asked you about holiday movies and got lots of great feedback about which flicks you liked and didn’t on the list — but as I said that was just Fave Holiday Films Part 1…be sure to  wait for our second installment. So now, it’s all about TV. What you’re watching, and what you may be a counting on, year after egg nog-soaked year. So voice your choice in today’s featured poll and let us know which of these holiday TV shows is your favorite:

a) The Grinch Who Stole Christmas

b) Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

c) Frosty The Snowman

d) A Charlie Brown Christmas


5 Responses

  1. janaya says:

    I was thinkinng if all of the choses had a tie.

  2. Ik heb met plezier zitten lezen. Ik kom zeker nog eens weer terug!

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  4. Loretta says:

    A Charlie Brown Christmas because it delivers the message reminding us what Christmas is really about

  5. Meowgi says:

    I’m curious that if it’s called the People’s Choice Awards, why is there not an option to write-in my own choice?

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