Moving forward ‘next week’ posts are now being titled ‘new and noteworthy tv’ with the full date range. The content will still include things that are technically new -and/or- noteworthy and might not already be in your queue. And although the procrastinator doesn’t endorse everything, procrastinator picks will still be underlined just to give you a heads up on what might be worth a watch, which over the holidays probably won’t be much.
- The Sing-Off (NBC, 8pm) – I’ve somehow found myself having watched this enough to know and actually care a little who wins this a cappella challenge.
- I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown (ABC, 8pm) – Linus and Lucy’s brother rerun hangs with Snoopy and Spike.
- Little Chocolatiers/World Chocolate Championship (TLC, 9/10pm) – Chocolate, chocolate, and more chocolate.
- Biggest Loser (NBC, 8pm) – Where are the big fat losers now?
- Carrie Underwood (Fox, 8pm) – We’re visiting her all-star holiday special again.
- Melrose Place (CW, 9pm) – What I might be more intrigued by is the pilot of the original series but if you missed the first of this remake, and for some reason want to know these new kids from the start here’s your chance.
- Christmas at the White House (ABC, 10pm) – The Oprah visit, will Obama still give himself a B+ when it airs again.
- A Home for the Holidays (CBS, 8pm) – Faith Hill and others entertain and raise adoption awareness.
- How the Grinch Stole Christmas (ABC, 8pm) – Boris Karloff narrates again, and again.
- Prep & Landing (ABC, 8pm) – In case you missed the first few airings.
- Raising the Bar (TNT, 8/9/10pm) – They’re running through them ’til they’re done.
- The Vampire Diaries (CW, 8pm) – Already seen Twilight New Moon and want to see more longing glances from the undead, here’s your chance to return to the pilot and wonder what all the fuss is about.
- ‘Til Death (Fox, 8-10pm) – It’s another mini marathon, at least it’s Christmas so you probably have better things to do.
- SNL Presents: A Very Gilly Christmas (NBC, 8pm) – Skits new and old are coming to you one more time.
- Plan for a crowded weekend at the theaters.