Christmas is about traditions, and TBS once again has scheduled 24 hours of A Christmas Story (starting at 8 p.m. on Dec. 24)* from Ralphie and Randy to Scut Farkus and those turkey-gobbling Bumpus mutts. Joining them on the holiday vigil, TLC offers up a four-hour block of Christmas lights spectaculars from 4-8 p.m., and a certain lady network wraps up their annual multiweek affair known as Falalala Lifetime. For everyone else who has had enough of the holiday spirit, there are plenty of alternatives. Read on for a schedule of Christmas Eve marathons. READ FULL STORY »
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'America's Funniest Home Videos' Christmas special: Watch grandpa bite it while decorating! -- FIRST LOOK
With Harold and Kumar ushering in the holiday season today — Owen Gleiberman gives their latest 3-D film an “A” — Lionsgate is already shopping an animated TV series about the hungry stoners. EW has confirmed that Lionsgate has lined up stars John Cho and Kal Penn to provide the voices, and original writers Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg are aboard to bring their characters to the small screen in animated form.
You know, Dean Cain really doesn’t get enough credit. Not only is he one of the hardest working men in showbiz, with no fewer than a half-dozen TV movies every year, but his Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993-1997) anticipated pop culture’s current superhero obsession. Tonight, he plays a different kind of hero on GMC’s A Mile in His Shoes, an intimate drama about a minor league baseball manager who recruits and mentors a young man named Mickey Tussler (Luke Schroder), who has Asperger’s Syndrome—and a killer fastball. It’s the kind of heartfelt role that most appeals to Cain. After all, he still considers his most important job to be that of father to his eleven-year-old son. We caught up with the 45-year-old actor and discussed his incredibly prolific TV movie career, why he hasn’t taken a part as a series regular in years, and what he thinks of Hollywood’s caped-crusader craze. Check out our interview with Superman and a clip from tonight’s A Mile in His Shoes after the break. READ FULL STORY »
They say the holiday season is for caring, sharing and giving. I say it’s all about impressing my friends, relatives and anonymous moles with a kick-ass (and custom-made) holiday card. And if I do say so myself, this year I’ve outdone myself. Proceed after the jump to see the inside greeting that accompanies the front of the card (above) and to get details on how you can obtain one yourself. See, I am a giver! (WARNING: Stop reading if you’re under the age 12 or have led an exceedingly sheltered life.) READ FULL STORY »
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