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Tis the time of the year, the Holidays and Christmas are coming. And ABC Family has 25 days to Christmas in store for us.

With the anticipation of the holiday season steadily approaching, ABC Family launches the thirteenth year of its must see “25 Days of Christmas” event featuring over 200 hours of holiday-themed entertainment for the whole family from December 1-25 – the biggest cable programming event of the year. Viewers will celebrate the season with an all-new original movie, specials and, of course, the return of Christmas favorites during primetime as well as a full week of all day holiday programming from Saturday, December 18 – Saturday, December 25.

This year, ABC Family proudly presents the new original movie, “Christmas Cupid,” starring Christina Milian, Chad Michael Murray and Ashley Benson, premiering Sunday, December 12 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT). Milian stars as high powered Hollywood publicist, Sloane, who finds herself haunted by the ghost of her recently departed infamous client Caitlin, played by Benson. With just days away from Christmas, Caitlin takes Sloane on a journey to meet the ghosts of her ex-boyfriends from the past, present and future to try and guide her to true love, in a modern day take on Charles Dickens’ holiday classic story of A Christmas Carol.

In addition, in an ABC Family Premiere, “The Santa Clause,” starring Tim Allen, will air on Thursday, December 2 (7:00-9:00 PM ET/PT), and the Academy Award®-winning animated film (Best Animated Feature Film) “WALL•E” will air on Monday, December 17 (8:30-10:30 PM ET/PT).

Harry Potter movie madness ensues during the network’s annual holiday marathon running on Saturday, December 4 and Sunday, December 5. The marathon features the first five installments of the “Harry Potter” film franchise. Other franchise marathons include “The Santa Clause” franchise on Saturday, December 11, including all three installments, as well as “Toy Story” and “Toy Story 2,” airing back-to-back on Sunday, December 19.

25 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS day-by-day programming highlights include:

Saturday, December 11 – 25 Days of Christmas ABC Family Schedule


After learning that his best friend’s parents are getting a divorce, Justin (Dylan and Cole Sprouse) fears the worst when he sees his mother kissing Santa Claus. Justin concludes that the only way to keep Santa away from his mother on Christmas Eve is to be naughty, so he transforms into a holiday problem child. As Christmas nears, Justin fears that Santa will still appear, and when his father is trapped out of town in a snowstorm, Justin is forced to defend his home on Christmas Eve from the Ho-Ho-home wrecker. Justin learns that things aren’t always what they seem to be in this holiday special! (Live Action)

(9:00–11:00 AM ET/PT) SNOW

In a reinvention of the Santa Claus myth, this ABC Family holiday movie finds Nick (Tom Cavanagh) reluctantly taking over the family business at the North Pole. As if that wasn’t pressure enough, with only three days before the big night, one of Nick’s young reindeer, Buddy, is captured and taken to a zoo. In the course of his adventures to rescue the reindeer, Nick touches the lives of those at a boarding house including Sandy (Ashley Williams), and eight-year-old-Hector (Bobb’e Thompson) who lives there with his mom. Nick tries to bring back the spirit of Christmas they lost long ago, and in the process, finds his true love. (Live Action)


Tom Cavanagh reprises his role as Nick Snowden, aka “Santa,” in “Snow 2 Brain Freeze.” Nick is preparing for his biggest day of the year – Christmas! In the rush of getting his reindeer ready, he jumps through his magic mirror and hits his head upon landing, causing Nick to lose his memory and forget who he is! With just days before Christmas, his wife Sandy (Ashley Williams), is desperate to find her husband and enlists the help of her old boyfriend Buck (Patrick Fabian), who pretends to help but has no true intention of reuniting them. With the help of some new friends, Nick’s memory starts to trickle back, but will he remember that he is Santa in time for Christmas? “Snow 2 Brain Freeze” was written by Rich Burns, directed by Mark Rosman and executive produced by Phil Kruener. (Live Action)


Wilmer Valderrama stars in this holiday romp that finds a huge blizzard shutting down Hoover International Airport on Christmas Eve. En route to their father’s house for the holidays, Spencer (Dyllan Christopher) and his little sister, Katherine (Dominique Saldaña), are ushered to the airport’s Unaccompanied Minors Room, a holding cell for dozens of stranded, parent-free kids from all over the country. Desperate to escape, Spencer makes a run for freedom along with four other UMs. With every airport security guard hot on their trail, along with the attendant (Valderrama) responsible for their care, the very different kids learn to ditch their differences and help each other flee the clutches of airport authority. They turn Christmas at the airport into holiday pandemonium and, along the way, prove that the holidays aren’t about where you are, but who is there to share them with you. (Live Action)

(3:00–5:00 PM ET/PT) JACK FROST

The irresponsible and unreliable father of a young boy is killed in a car crash, but the father gets another chance to make things right with his son when he is reincarnated as a magical snowman. The Christmas fantasy-adventure stars Michael Keaton, Kelly Preston, Mark Addy, Henry Rollins, and pop-personalities

Dweezil and Ahmet Zappa. (Live Action)

(5:00–7:00 PM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE (*See Thursday, December 2, for description.)

(7:00–9:00 PM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE 2 (*See Friday, December 10, for description.)


Holiday magic mixes with comical chaos as Tim Allen reprises his role of Scott Calvin, aka Santa, as he juggles a full house of family and the mischievous Jack Frost (Martin Short)–whose chilling Santa envy has him trying to take over the “big guy’s” holiday. Along for the adventure is Scott’s extended family: son Charlie (Eric Lloyd); ex-wife Laura (Wendy Crewson); her husband Neil (Judge Reinhold); and their daughter Lucy (Liliana Mumy), who together with Head Elf Curtis (Spencer Breslin) must foil Jack Frost’s crafty scheme to control the North Pole. (Live Action)

(11:00 PM–1:00 AM ET/PT) JACK FROST – Encore Presentation

Sunday, December 12 – 25 Days of Christmas ABC Family Schedule

(7:00–7:30 AM ET/PT) FROSTY’S WINTER WONDERLAND (*See Tuesday, December 7, for description.)


Actor Joel Grey narrates this animated holiday special adapted from the famous poem by Clement Moore. A kindly clockmaker, a friendly family of mice and a sensitive Santa Claus come together in a story where the citizens are afraid that Santa will pass them by because an unsigned letter to the editor of the local paper denounced him as a myth. (Animated)


Christmas is coming and Santa’s (Douglas Campbell) house is buzzing with activity, but somehow the old boy’s heart isn’t in it this year. Disillusioned with all the selfishness and greed in the world he’s ready to throw in the towel, but his daughter Kristin Claus (Kathy Ireland) persuades him to give the mortals one last chance. If she can prove that even one family can change and become giving and caring again, Santa will put off his vacation in Hawaii and get back on the sleigh. Trouble is she’s saddled with the Morgan family, headed by a workaholic Dad (John Dye) and a couple of kids whose idea of good clean fun is putting peanut butter in the au pair’s underwear and glue on the school coach’s whistle. And with a sister (Mary Donnelly-Haskell) who makes Cruella de Ville look like the cutest pup in the shop ready to wreck her plans, can Kristin teach them that what you give is what you get, and stop the spirit of Christmas from disappearing forever? (Live Action)


Now a devoted nanny to the Morgan family, Kristin Claus (Kathy Ireland) is suffering from acute memory loss. Little does she know that her father is Santa Claus, living in the North Pole with her mother, Mrs. Claus, and mischievous sister Rudolpha (Mary Donnelly-Haskell). As Kristin grows closer to the Morgan family, the answer to who she is seems ever more elusive. But then a big surprise – a proposal of marriage from Bill (John Dye)! Torn between her love for the Morgan family and the life she can’t remember, she agrees to marry Bill on Christmas Day – but only if they first solve the mystery of her identity. Back at the North Pole, trouble is brewing. In Kristin’s absence, the scheming Rudolpha sets about sabotaging Christmas. To clear the way for a lucrative property deal, she launches a TV advertising campaign to sell off the North Pole, piece by piece. Christmas is under threat. Santa could be out of a job! With Christmas fast approaching, Kristin is still struggling for answers. When a bizarre coincidence helps everything to click into place, Kristin realizes that she must again save Christmas or see Santa forced into early retirement! (Live Action)

(12:00 Noon–2:00 PM ET/PT) SANTA CLAUSE 3: THE ESCAPE CLAUSE (*See Saturday, December 11, for description.)

(2:00–4:00 PM ET/PT) SANTA BABY

In the ABC Family holiday movie “Santa Baby,” Mary Class (Jenny McCarthy) is a highly driven business executive whose great success is acknowledged by everyone but her father, who just happens to be Santa Claus (George Wendt). Tired of not being recognized for her ideas on modernizing Christmas, Mary flees to the big city, not only leaving home, but also abandoning her loyal local boyfriend, Luke (Ivan Sergei). Four years later, after learning that Santa has fallen ill and is having trouble finishing preparations for Christmas, Mary eagerly returns home to the North Pole to implement her innovative ideas. This year is going to be Mary’s Christmas. (Live Action)


Jenny McCarthy reprises her role as Mary Class, Santa’s business minded daughter, starring alongside Paul Sorvino and Dean McDermott. Santa (Sorvino) is in the midst of a late-life crisis and is ready to pass on the reins to Mary, who is torn between taking over the family business and running her own high stakes firm in New York City, all the while trying to balance her relationship with the love of her life, Luke (McDermott). The situation gets increasingly dire when a disgruntled former elf, Teri (Kelly Stables), in cunning disguise, sows dissension at the North Pole in an effort to take over Christmas. (Live Action)


Melissa Joan Hart and Mario Lopez star in ABC Family’s amusing holiday tale “Holiday in Handcuffs,” a story about a modern young woman who has a breakdown at Christmas and desperately kidnaps a handsome guy to take home to her parents. Can she keep her misdeed a secret from her family and convince them that they are a happy couple or will everyone’s Christmas be ruined? (Live Action)

(8:00–10:00 PM ET/PT) CHRISTMAS CUPID – ABC Family Original Movie

Christina Milian stars as high powered Hollywood publicist, Sloane, who finds herself haunted by the ghost of her recently departed infamous client Caitlin, played by Ashley Benson (“Pretty Little Liars”). With just days away from Christmas, Caitlin takes Sloane on a journey to meet the ghosts of her ex-boyfriends from the past, present and future to try and guide her to true love, in a modern day take on Charles Dickens’ holiday classic story of A Christmas Carol. (Live Action)

(10:00 PM–12:00 Midnight ET/PT) CHRISTMAS CUPID – Encore Presentation

Monday, December 13 – 25 Days of Christmas ABC Family Schedule

(6:00 – 7:00 PM ET/PT) A FLINTSTONE CHRISTMAS – (*See Thursday, December 2, for description.)

(7:00 – 9:00 PM ET/PT) CHRISTMAS CUPID – (*See Sunday, December 12, for description.)

(9:00 – 11:00 PM ET/PT) HOLIDAY IN HANDCUFFS – (*See Sunday, December 12, for description.)

Tuesday, December 14 – 25 Days of Christmas ABC Family Schedule

(6:00–6:30 PM ET/PT) DR. SEUSS’ THE CAT IN THE HAT – (*See Wednesday, December 1, for description.)

(6:30–7:00 PM ET/PT) DR. SEUSS’ PONTOFFEL POCK, WHERE ARE YOU? – ABC Family Premiere

This fun Dr. Seuss classic tells the story of dejected klutz Pontoffel Pock, who gets fired from his job at a pickle factory. Pock wishes to get away from it all and receives a magical piano from jolly fairy McGillicuddy. Pock embarks on a series of loopy misadventures as the piano enables him to travel all over the world. (Animated)

(7:00–7:30 PM ET/PT) DR. SEUSS’ THE GRINCH GRINCHES THE CAT IN THE HAT (*See Wednesday, December 1, for description.)

(7:30–8:00 PM ET/PT) PUFF THE MAGIC DRAGON – ABC Family Premiere

Based on the hit song by Peter, Paul, and Mary. A shy boy, Jackie Draper, learns the value of courage from his friend, Puff. Burgess Meredith voices Puff The Magic Dragon. (Animated)

(8:00–10:30 PM ET/PT) DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS – (*See Wednesday, December 1, for description.)

(10:30 PM–1:00 AM ET/PT) DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS – Encore Presentation

Wednesday, December 15- 25 Days of Christmas ABC Family Schedule


Get ready for a fun-filled night of Walt Disney Pictures Presents “Pixar Short Films” that will include the following film shorts: “Presto,” “Lifted,” “Jack-Jack Attack,” “BURN-E,” “Adventures of Andre and Wally B.,” “Boundin,” “For the Birds,” “Geri’s Game,” “Knick Knack,” “Luxo Jr.,” “Mater and the Ghostlight,” “Mike’s New Car,” “One Man Band,” “Red’s Dream,” “Tin Toy,” and “Your Friend the Rat.” New additions to the line-up include “Partly Cloudy,” “Dug’s Special Mission” as well as several vignettes featuring characters from the “Toy Story” movies, “WALL•E” and “Up.” (Animated)


The half-hour holiday special reveals the never-before-told tale of an elite unit of Elves known as Prep & Landing. Every Christmas Eve this high-tech organization ensures that homes around the world are properly prepared for the yearly visit from The Big Guy, their code name for Santa Claus. Voices of the Elves Include Dave Foley, Sarah Chalke and Derek Richardson and is executive produced by Academy Award-Winning John Lasseter. (Animated)


Viewers dive into a whole new world of computer-animated fun, fantasy and heartfelt emotion with this splashy underwater adventure, “Finding Nemo,” which earned the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film. This comedic and eventful tale follows the journeys of two fish – the overly cautious Marlin and his curious son Nemo – who become separated in the Great Barrier Reef. Buoyed by the companionship of Dory, a friendly-but-forgetful fish, Marlin embarks on a dangerous trek and finds himself the unlikely hero of an epic effort to rescue his son – who hatches a few daring plans of his own to return safely home. (Animated)

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