We can hear those sleigh bells ringing! From all of us at Celebrity Page TV, Merry Christmas. This time is year is so special for so many people for a number of reasons. We're especially feeling warm and wholesome with all of the holiday content available to watch. So tonight, the night before Christmas, sit next to the fire with a glass of egg nog and some holiday movies and TV. Here's what to watch, December 24th.


Greatest Showman - ABC

ABC will broadcast Hugh Jackman's highly acclaimed film The Greatest Showman tonight at 8pm ET.

It's A Wonderful Life - NBC

Relive the heart warming story of George Bailey and Clarence in It's A Wonderful Life tonight at 8pm ET on NBC. Few films are worthy watching annually...this is one of them!

The Great British Baking Show: Holidays - Netflix

Who doesn't love Christmas sweets and treats? get your fix with the folks on The Great British Baking Show: Holidays. Streaming now on Netflix.

Elf - Hulu and VOD

Elf is a great watch any kind of the year, but on Christmas Eve, it just hits different. Stream it tonight on Hulu and laugh along as Will Ferrell rips through NYC.

How The Grinch Stole Christmas - Netflix

Jim Carey's role as the Grinch joins Will Ferrel's Buddy the Elf simply because of how iconic it is. Visit Whoville and The Grinch on Netflix.

May you have a safe and Merry Christmas, and happy viewing!

BECOME
AN INSIDER!
By clicking "Subscribe", you agree to the Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.

Bernie Sanders

As Bernie Sanders sat there on inauguration day looking like a dad who came to see your soccer game, he struck a chord with the heart of the internet, turning that image of him sitting there in those mittens into everything from Renaissance paintings to popular TV shows.

KEEP READING Show less

Celebrity Page TV

Selena Gomez

Yesterday was truly a historic day for the United States, as the Trump administration leaves DC, a new era of American government and policy is underway as President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris get to work. Most of us probably tuned into the news for the entire day, and for good reason. What took place yesterday shouldn't be taken for granted, as a peaceful transition of power is the cornerstone of the republic. Now that the new administration is fully underway, let's all take a deep breath, relax, and watch some TV. Here's what we're watching today, January 21st.

KEEP READING Show less