ABC Family’s annual 25 Days of Christmas event is quickly approaching, and today the channel announced the full schedule.

The big news about this year’s 25 Days of Christmas line up is that ABC Family will premiere a new original movie called Holidaze, starring Jennie Garth (Beverly Hills, 90210) and Cameron Mathison (All My Children) on Sunday, December 8 at 8 p.m. eastern. The original movie “follows Mel (Garth), a high-powered executive who is sent back to her hometown to convince its residents to allow her company to build a new discount store. The townspeople—led by Mel’s former fiancé Carter (Mathison)—are vehemently opposed to it. Desperate to get out of town and back to her ‘real’ life, Mel takes a spill and wakes up in an alternate universe where she never left home and is married to Carter. Once determined to leave her small town life behind, Melody must make sense of her new life and decide if you truly can go home again.”

In addition, Melissa & Joey and Baby Daddy will premiere holiday episodes on Wednesday, December 11 at 8 p.m. eastern/pacific.

The full 25 Days of Christmas schedule follows. What will you tune in for?

Sunday, December 1

(7:00–8:30 AM ET/PT) MICKEY’S ONCE UPON A CHRISTMAS
Kelsey Grammer narrates three charming Christmas tales with a Mickey Mouse twist, including the Christmas classic The Gift of the Magi, starring Mickey and Minnie Mouse. (Animated)

(8:30–10:00 AM ET/PT) MICKEY’S TWICE UPON A CHRISTMAS
Mickey and friends return to tell five more tales of holiday spirit and Christmas cheer. (Animated)

(10:00 AM–12:00 PM ET/PT) SANTA BUDDIES
Take a fantastic journey with your beloved Buddies to the magical world of the North Pole! Join Budderball, B-Dawg, Rosebud, Buddha, and Mudbud in a touching twist on a Christmas classic. When Puppy Paws, the feisty son of Santa Paws, forgets the true meaning of the season, it’s up to the Buddies to remind him that Christmas is not about what you get; it’s about what you give. (Live Action)

(12:00–3:00 PM ET/PT) THE FAMILY MAN
Workaholic Jack Campbell (Nicolas Cage) was happy to spend the holidays alone. But after a chance meeting with a mysterious stranger, Jack wakes up on Christmas Day with the family he never realized he always wanted. (Live Action)

(3:00–5:00 PM ET/PT) DISNEY’S A CHRISTMAS CAROL
The classic tale of a miserly old man named Ebenezer Scrooge (Jim Carrey), who is visited on Christmas Eve by three ghosts who attempt to help him change his life and embrace the holidays. (Animated)

(5:00–7:00 PM ET/PT) THE POLAR EXPRESS
The Academy Award®-winning team of Tom Hanks and director Robert Zemeckis reunite for the inspiring tale of a young boy and the magical train he boards to the North Pole. Based on the beloved Caldecott Medal children’s book by Chris Van Allsburg. (Animated)

(7:00–9:30 PM ET/PT) DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS
Jim Carrey stars as the title character who tries to ruin Christmas for all the Whos of Whoville in this live-action adaptation of the classic Dr. Seuss children’s story. (Live Action)
Encore Presentation (9:30 PM–12:00 AM ET/PT)

Monday, December 2

(6:00–6:30 PM ET/PT) WINNIE THE POOH AND CHRISTMAS TOO
In this Christmas classic, Winnie the Pooh and Piglet rush to get Christopher Robin’s letter to Santa before it’s too late. With many obstacles before them, they learn the true meaning of Christmas. (Animated)

(6:30–7:00 PM ET/PT) MICKEY’S CHRISTMAS CAROL
Charles Dickens’ famous story is retold with Mickey as Bob Cratchit, Uncle Scrooge as Ebenezer Scrooge, Goofy as Jacob Marley’s ghost and Donald as nephew Fred. (Animated)

(7:00–8:00 PM ET/PT) JACK FROST (1979)
Pardon-Me-Pete the Groundhog tells the story of how Jack Frost briefly became human and helped a knight win his lady love. (Animated)

(8:00–10:00 PM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE
Tim Allen stars as Scott Calvin, a divorced father whose strained relationship with his son Charlie (Eric Lloyd) begins to mend only after a bizarre twist of fate transforms him into the new Santa. (Live Action)

(10:00 PM–12:00 AM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE 3: THE ESCAPE CLAUSE
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. (Live Action)
Encore Presentation (12:00–2:00 AM ET/PT)

Tuesday, December 3

(6:00–8:00 PM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE – See Monday, December 2 for description (Live Action)

(8:00–10:00 PM ET/PT) SCROOGED
A comedic take on Charles Dickens’ novel “A Christmas Carol.” A television executive (Bill Murray) who exploits the holidays in order to boost ratings, is haunted by three ghosts. (Live Action)

(10:00 PM–12:00 AM ET/PT) NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION
The comic misadventures of the beleaguered Griswold family continue as America’s most dedicated dad (Chevy Chase) is determined to stay at home to create “the most fun-filled old fashioned family Christmas ever.” But life has a particular way of throwing wet logs on Clark Griswold’s fire. (Live Action)

(12:00–2:00 AM ET/PT) THREE DAYS
In this ABC Family original movie starring Kristin Davis, an angel interrupts destiny to give love 72-hours for a second chance. (Live Action)

Wednesday, December 4

(6:00–8:00 PM ET/PT) SCROOGED – See Tuesday, December 3 for description (Live Action)

(8:00–10:00 PM ET/PT) NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION – See Tuesday, December 3 for description (Live Action)

(10:00 PM–12:00 AM ET/PT) DECK THE HALLS—ABC Family Premiere
Steve (Matthew Broderick) gets into an increasingly absurd war with his new neighbor Buddy (Danny DeVito), when Buddy decides to decorate his home with enough Christmas lights to be seen from space.

(12:00–2:00 AM ET/PT) A VERY BRADY CHRISTMAS
The Brady family reunites for Christmas and prays for a holiday miracle when Mike Brady (Robert Reed) is involved in an accident. (Live Action)

Thursday, December 5

(6:00–7:00 PM ET/PT) RUDOLPH’S SHINY NEW YEAR
Santa sends Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer to find Baby New Year, who has run away from Father Time. (Animated)

(7:00–9:00 PM ET/PT) THE POLAR EXPRESS – See Sunday, December 1 for description (Live Action) Encore Presentation (12:00–2:00 AM ET/PT)

(9:00–11:00 PM ET/PT) THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL
The classic Dickens’ tale as performed by the Muppets. Ebenezer Scrooge (Michael Caine) is horrible to everyone around him, including his much put upon employee Bob Cratchit (Kermit the Frog). Scrooge is made to see the error of his ways when he’s visited by three ghost—and lots of Muppets. (Live Action)

Friday, December 6

(6:00–6:30 PM ET/PT) FROSTY’S WINTER WONDERLAND
Everyone’s favorite snowman, Frosty, plans to marry, but not if the evil Jack Frost can help it. Can the children save Frosty from being frozen lifeless and get him to the church on time? (Animated)

(6:30–8:30 PM ET/PT) THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL – See Thursday, December 5 for description. (Live Action)

(8:30–11:00 PM ET/PT) DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS – See Sunday, December 1 for description. (Live Action)

(12:00–2:00 AM ET/PT) PRANCER
Jessica, the daughter of an impoverished apple farmer, still believes in Santa Claus. So when she comes across a reindeer with an injured leg, it makes perfect sense to her to assume that it is Prancer, who had fallen from a Christmas display in town. (Live Action)

Saturday, December 7

(7:00–8:30 AM ET/PT) RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER AND THE ISLAND OF MISFIT TOYS
When the Evil Toy Taker steals all of Santa’s toys, Rudolph and his friends–the misfit toys–set out to get them back before the world’s children wake up to empty stockings on Christmas morning. (Animated)

(8:30–10:30 AM ET/PT) HOME ALONE: THE HOLIDAY HEIST
Still upset from his family’s recent move, Finn (Christian Martyn) is not happy about spending the holidays in a new house. But when neighborhood thieves target his house, Finn springs into action to defend his home and save his family’s Christmas! Also starring Ed Asner, Malcolm McDowell and Debi Mazar. (Live Action)

(10:30 AM–12:30 PM ET/PT) PRANCER – See Friday, December 6 for description. (Live Action)

(12:30–2:30 PM ET/PT) ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS
All Ethan (Ethan Embry) and his younger sister Hallie (Thora Birch) want for Christmas is for their parents to get back together. Before that can happen, however, the children need to find a way to get rid of Tony, a businessman who is romantically pursuing their mother. The children concoct a scheme to make their holiday wish come true–and with the help of mice, an ice-cream truck, a few telephone calls and the magic of Santa–their plan might just work! (Live Action)

(2:30–4:30 PM ET/PT) DISNEY’S A CHRISTMAS CAROL – See Sunday, December 1 for description. (Animated)

(4:30–7:00 PM ET/PT) DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS – See Sunday, December 1 for description. (Live Action)

(7:00–9:00 PM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE – See Monday, December 2 for description. (Live Action)

(9:00–11:00 PM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE 3: THE ESCAPE CLAUSE – See Monday, December 2 for description. (Live Action)

(11:00 PM–1:00 AM ET/PT) DECK THE HALLS – See Wednesday, December 4 for description. (Live Action)

Sunday, December 8

(7:00–8:00 AM ET/PT) JACK FROST (1979) – See Monday, December 2 for description. (Animated)

(8:00–10:00 AM ET/PT) CHRISTMAS CUPID
In this 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 (“Pretty Little Liars’” Ashley Benson), in a modern day take on Charles Dickens’ holiday classic story of A Christmas Carol. (Live Action)

(10:00 AM–12:00 PM ET/PT) SNOWGLOBE
In the ABC Family original movie, a mystical snow globe transports Angela (Christina Milian), who longs for the perfect Christmas away from her boisterous family, into an idyllic Christmas winter wonderland. (Live Action)

(12:00–2:00 PM ET/PT) SANTA BABY
In this ABC Family original holiday movie, 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). (Live Action)

(2:00–4:00 PM ET/PT) SANTA BABY 2: CHRISTMAS MAYBE
In this ABC Family original movie, Jenny McCarthy reprises her role as Mary Class, Santa’s daughter, who is faced with a decision when her father decides to leave her in charge of the family business. Also starring Paul Sorvino and Dean McDermott. (Live Action)

(4:00–6:00 PM ET/PT) 12 DATES OF CHRISTMAS
Starring Amy Smart and Mark-Paul Gosselaar, the ABC Family original holiday movie follows a young woman who re-lives the same first date on Christmas Eve over and over again until she learns to open up her world to new things and stop living in the past. (Live Action)

(6:00–8:00 PM ET/PT) THE MISTLE-TONES
In the ABC Family original holiday musical, Holly (Tia Mowry) is devastated when she is turned down for a spot in the Christmas singing group The Snow Belles. So she forms her own group, the Mistle-Tones, and challenges her rival Marci (Tori Spelling) and The Snow Belles to a Christmas Eve sing-off. (Live Action)

(8:00–10:00 PM ET/PT) HOLIDAZE—ABC Family Original Movie Premiere
High powered executive Melody Gerard (Jennie Garth) returns to her sleepy hometown to try and convince everyone to let her company build a giant new discount store. But she’s unexpectedly met with resistance by the townspeople—led by her childhood sweetheart, Carter (Matheson). Desperate to get out of town and back to her “real” life, Melody takes a spill and wakes up in an alternate universe where she never took the job and is married to Carter.

(10:00 PM–12:00 AM ET/PT) HOLIDAY IN HANDCUFFS
Melissa Joan Hart and Mario Lopez star in ABC Family’s original holiday tale about a desperate young woman who kidnaps a handsome guy to take home to her parents at Christmas to prove how well she’s doing with her life. (Live Action)

Monday, December 9

(6:00–8:00 PM ET/PT) HOLIDAZE – See Sunday, December 8 for description. (Live Action)

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

(10:30–11:00 PM ET/PT) DR. SEUSS’ THE GRINCH GRINCHES THE CAT IN THE HAT
As The Cat in the Hat gets ready for a lovely picnic, the evil Grinch plots to create a contraption that captures noise and turns it into ferocious sounds–which would absolutely ruin The Cat’s plans. In the end, The Cat in the Hat must jump in to save the world from the clutches of the Grinch! Of course, the only way to make that happen is to get to Grinch’s soft spot. (Animated)

(12:00–2:00 AM) 12 DATES OF CHRISTMAS – See Sunday, December 8 for description. (Live Action)

Tuesday, December 10

(6:00–6:30 PM ET/PT) A CHIPMUNK CHRISTMAS
Swept up in a holiday mood, Alvin gives away his cherished harmonica to a sick little boy. Meanwhile, Dave has booked Alvin to perform a harmonica solo at Carnegie Hall! (Animated)

(6:30–9:00 PM ET/PT) DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS – See Sunday, December 1 for description. (Live Action)

(9:00–10:00 PM ET/PT) THE YEAR WITHOUT A SANTA CLAUS
Based on Pulitzer Prize-winner Phyllis McGinley’s children’s book, Mrs. Claus narrates this memorable classic about the time she almost donned her husband’s famous red suit. (Animated)

(10:00–11:00 PM ET/PT) SANTA CLAUS IS COMIN’ TO TOWN
Fred Astaire narrates this tale of Kris Kringle (voice of Mickey Rooney), a young man who starts a gift factory where he builds toys and gives them to all the local children, earning him the name Santa Claus. (Animated)

(12:00–2:00 AM ET/PT) SNOWGLOBE – See Sunday, December 8 for description. (Live Action)

Wednesday, December 11

(6:00–8:00 PM ET/PT) HOLIDAY IN HANDCUFFS – See Sunday, December 8 for description. (Live Action)
Encore Presentation (12:00–2:00 AM ET/PT)

(8:00–8:30 PM ET/PT) MELISSA & JOEY – All New Christmas Special
Jaime Pressly drops by as Mel’s sister Meredith, who comes home from prison on furlough to celebrate Christmas with the kids and Mel, and seems unruffled by Joe’s obvious animosity towards her. (Live Action)

(8:30–9:00 PM ET/PT) BABY DADDY – All New Christmas Special
Ben takes drastic measures to get Emma a much sought after toy for her first Christmas. (Live Action)

(9:00–11:00 PM ET/PT) NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION – See Tuesday, December 3 for description. (Live Action)

Thursday, December 12

(6:00–6:30 PM ET/PT) BABY DADDY – See Wednesday, December 11 for description. (Live Action)

(6:30–7:00 PM ET/PT) MELISSA & JOEY – See Wednesday, December 11 for description. (Live Action)

(7:00–9:00 PM ET/PT) NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION – See Tuesday, December 3 for description. (Live Action)

(9:00–11:00 PM ET/PT) SCROOGED – See Tuesday, December 3 for description (Live Action)

(12:00–2:00 AM ET/PT) ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS – See Saturday, December 7 for description. (Live Action)

Friday, December 13

(4:00–4:30 PM ET/PT) WINNIE THE POOH AND CHRISTMAS TOO – See Monday, December 2 for description. (Animated)

(4:30–6:20 PM ET/PT) DISNEY∙PIXAR’S TOY STORY
“Disney∙Pixar’s Toy Story” tells the story of a fantastic, fun-filled journey of what your toys are up to when you’re not around, viewed mostly through the eyes of two rival toys—Woody (voice of Tom Hanks), the lanky, likable cowboy and Buzz Lightyear (voice of Tim Allen), the fearless space ranger. (Animated)

(6:20–8:20 PM ET/PT) DISNEY∙PIXAR’S TOY STORY 2
When an obsessive toy collector named Al McWhiggin (voice of Wayne Knight) kidnaps Woody (voice of Tom Hanks), the toys get into one predicament after another in their daring race to get Woody back before Andy returns. (Animated)

(8:20–10:30 PM ET/PT) DISNEY∙PIXAR’S TOY STORY 3
In the third installment of the beloved film series, Andy is growing up and decides to put away his toys for good, except for Woody (voice of Tom Hanks). But the gang ends up among the toys at a daycare center, run by the ruthless teddy bear Lotso (voice of Ned Beatty). It’s up to Woody to rescue his friends and return them home! (Animated)

(10:30–11:00 PM ET/PT) DISNEY∙PIXAR’S TOY STORY OF TERROR!
What starts out as a fun road trip for the “Toy Story” gang takes an unexpected turn for the worse when the trip detours to a roadside motel. After one of the toys goes missing, the others find themselves caught up in a mysterious sequence of events that must be solved before they all suffer the same fate. (Animated)

(12:00–2:00 AM ET/PT) CHASING CHRISTMAS
In this ABC Family original holiday movie, single father Jack (Tom Arnold) is visited by his old business partner and the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future in an attempt to change Jack’s perspective on the holiday. (Live Action)

Saturday, December 14

(7:00–7:30 AM ET/PT) WINNIE THE POOH AND THE BLUSTERY DAY
Winnie the Pooh follows Christopher Robin and his animal friends as a storm topples Owl’s tree house and brings a drenching rain. While the flood waters rise, Pooh has nightmares about honey-stealing creatures called Heffalumps and Woozles. (Animated)

(7:30–8:00 AM ET/PT) WINNIE THE POOH AND TIGGER TOO
To break Tigger’s habit of “bouncing in” on them, his friends plot to get him lost in the woods and literally “take the bounce out of him.” However, it’s his friends who become lost and Tigger “finds” them. After Tigger and Roo become stuck high in a tree, Tigger promises Pooh and Christopher Robin that he’ll never bounce again if only Christopher Robin can help get them down—which he does. But Tigger’s friends cannot hold Tigger to his vow after seeing how sad he has become without his “bounce.” (Animated)

(8:00–9:30 AM ET/PT) WINNIE THE POOH—ABC Family Premiere
While Winnie the Pooh and his friends Tigger, Piglet, Owl, Kanga and Roo are looking for Eeyore’s missing tail, they discover that Christopher Robin has been kidnapped by a dreaded Backson. Now the gang has to set a trap and save their friend. (Animated)

(9:30–10:00 AM ET/PT) WINNIE THE POOH AND CHRISTMAS TOO – See Monday, December 2 for description. (Animated)

(10:00–11:30 AM ET/PT) MICKEY’S ONCE UPON A CHRISTMAS – See Sunday, December 1 for description. (Animated)

(11:30 AM–1:00 PM ET/PT) MICKEY’S TWICE UPON A CHRISTMAS – See Sunday, December 1 for description. (Animated)

(1:00–1:30 PM ET/PT) MICKEY’S CHRISTMAS CAROL – See Monday, December 2 for description. (Animated)

(1:30–2:00 PM ET/PT) DISNEY∙PIXAR’S TOY STORY OF TERROR! – See Friday, December 13 for description. (Animated)

(2:00–3:50 PM ET/PT) DISNEY∙PIXAR’S TOY STORY – See Friday, December 13 for description. (Animated)

(3:50–5:50 PM ET/PT) DISNEY∙PIXAR’S TOY STORY 2 – See Friday, December 13 for description. (Animated)

(5:50–8:00 PM ET/PT) DISNEY∙PIXAR’S TOY STORY 3 – See Friday, December 13 for description. (Animated)

(8:00–9:45 PM ET/PT) DISNEY’S THE LITTLE MERMAID—ABC Family Premiere
Mermaid Ariel dreams of seeing the world above the sea. Fascinated with humans, she saves a shipwrecked Prince Eric and sings him to back to health. Desperate to see him again, Ariel makes a bargain with sea witch Ursula that would allow her to be human—but it strips her of her voice. She has three days to find Prince Eric and receive true love’s kiss—or she’ll be sent back to the sea and belong to Ursula forever.
Encore Presentation (9:45–11:30 PM ET/PT)

(11:30 PM–1:30 AM ET/PT) THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL – See Thursday, December 5 for description. (Live Action)

Sunday, December 15

(7:30–9:00 AM ET/PT) MICKEY’S ONCE UPON A CHRISTMAS – See Sunday, December 1 for description. (Animated)

(9:00–10:30 AM ET/PT) MICKEY’S TWICE UPON A CHRISTMAS – See Sunday, December 1 for description. (Animated)

(10:30–11:00 AM ET/PT) DISNEY’S PREP & LANDING
The half-hour holiday special reveals the never-before-told tale of an elite unit of Elves known as Prep & Landing, who are responsible for preparing all of the homes for Santa before the big guy arrives. Featuring the voices of Dave Foley and Sarah Chalke. (Animated)

(11:00–11:30 AM ET/PT) DISNEY PREP’S & LANDING: NAUGHTY VS. NICE
Prep & Landing Elves Wayne and Lanny are back to save the day when someone threatens to put the whole world on Santa’s Naughty List. Featuring the voices of Dave Foley, Chris Parnell, and Rob Riggle. (Animated)

(11:30 AM–12:00 PM ET/PT) MICKEY’S CHRISTMAS CAROL – See Monday, December 2 for description. (Animated)

(12:00–2:00 PM ET/PT) – I’LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS
If a college jokester (Jonathan Taylor Thomas) makes it home for the holidays by a certain time, his dad’s Porsche is his. But, after one prank too many, he’s left stranded wearing nothing but a Santa Claus suit with no option except to hitchhike cross country. (Live Action)

(2:00–4:00 PM ET/PT) ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS – See Saturday, December 7 for description. (Live Action)

(4:00–6:00 PM ET/PT) DECK THE HALLS – See Wednesday, December 4 for description. (Live Action)

(6:00–8:00 PM ET/PT) THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL – See Thursday, December 5 for description. (Live Action)

(8:00–10:00 PM ET/PT) NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION – See Tuesday, December 3 for description. (Live Action)
(10:00 PM–12:00 AM ET/PT) SCROOGED – See Tuesday, December 3 for description. (Live Action)

Monday, December 16

(7:00–9:00 AM ET/PT) SNOW
In a reinvention of the Santa Claus myth, this original ABC Family holiday movie finds Nick (Tom Cavanagh) reluctantly taking over the family business at the North Pole and, in the process of trying to bring back the spirit of Christmas they lost long ago, finds his true love. (Live Action)

(7:00–9:00 PM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE – See Monday, December 2 for description (Live Action)

(9:00–11:00 PM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE 2
Scott Calvin (Tim Allen) has been enjoying his life as Santa, having taken over the job years before. But now it’s been discovered that there is another clause, a Mrs. Santa Clause! Scott must now find a wife to fulfill his duties as Santa before Christmas Eve, or risk destroying Christmas forever. (Live Action)

(11:00 PM–1:00 AM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE 3: THE ESCAPE CLAUSE – See Monday, December 2 for description. (Live Action)

(1:00–1:30 AM ET/PT) DISNEY’S PREP & LANDING – See Sunday, December 15 for description. (Animated)

(1:30–2:00 AM ET/PT) DISNEY’S PREP & LANDING: NAUGHTY VS. NICE – See Sunday, December 15 for description. (Animated)

Tuesday, December 17

(7:00–9:00 AM ET/PT) THREE DAYS – See Tuesday, December 3 for description. (Live Action)

(11:00 AM–1:00 PM ET/PT) UNLIKELY ANGEL
Diva country singer Ruby Diamond (Dolly Parton) is unexpectedly killed in a car accident. At the Pearly Gates, she meets St. Peter (Roddy McDowall), but is denied access into heaven because of her selfish ways. He is willing to strike a bargain with her: She has to help reunite the Bartilson family, who have been torn apart ever since Mrs. Bartilson died. If she succeeds by midnight on Christmas Eve, she will become an angel. If not, she will face a fate worse than death. (Live Action)

(1:00–3:00 PM ET/PT) PRANCER – See Friday, December 6 for description. (Live Action)

(3:00–5:00 PM ET/PT) – I’LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS – See Sunday, December 15 for description. (Live Action)
Encore Presentation (12:00–2:00 AM ET/PT)

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

(7:00–9:00 PM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE 2 – See Monday, December 16 for description. (Live Action)

(9:00–11:00 PM ET/PT) THE POLAR EXPRESS – See Sunday, December 1 for description. (Animated)

Wednesday, December 18

(7:00–9:00 AM ET/PT) HOLIDAZE – See Sunday, December 8 for description. (Live Action)

(9:00–11:00 AM ET/PT) SECRET SANTA
Eager journalist Rebecca (Jennie Garth) has been assigned to uncover the true identity of her town’s legendary Secret Santa. But will she publish the scoop, or decide that the spirit of Christmas is something worth saving? (Live Action)

(11:00 AM–1:00 PM ET/PT) THE MISTLE-TONES – See Sunday, December 8 for description. (Live Action)

(1:00–3:00 PM ET/PT) SANTA BABY – See Sunday, December 8 for description. (Live Action)
Encore Presentation (12:00–2:00 AM ET/PT)

(3:00–5:00 PM ET/PT) SANTA BABY 2: CHRISTMAS MAYBE – See Sunday, December 8 for description. (Live Action)

(5:00–7:00 PM ET/PT) THE POLAR EXPRESS – See Sunday, December 1 for description. (Animated)

(7:00–7:30 PM ET/PT) WINNIE THE POOH AND CHRISTMAS TOO – See Monday, December 2 for description. (Animated)

(7:30–8:00 PM ET/PT) MICKEY’S CHRISTMAS CAROL – See Monday, December 2 for description. (Animated)

(8:00–11:00 PM ET/PT) MARY POPPINS
In one of the greatest family classics of all time, two rambunctious children of a practical banker who believes a home should be run as tightly as the bank where he works, come under the care of a magical nanny – Mary Poppins. Stars Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke. (Live Action)

Thursday, December 19

(7:00–9:00 AM ET/PT) ELOISE AT CHRISTMASTIME
Based on the bestselling children’s books written by Kay Thompson, the title character Eloise (Sofia Vassilieva) is warned not to interfere as the Plaza Hotel prepares for a romantic Christmas Eve wedding. But Eloise can’t resist, playing matchmaker to ensure that true love will save the day. (Live Action)

(9:00 AM–12:00 PM ET/PT) MARY POPPINS – See Wednesday, December 18 for description. (Live Action)

(12:00 –2:00 PM) 12 DATES OF CHRISTMAS – See Sunday, December 8 for description. (Live Action)

(2:00 PM–4:00 AM ET/PT) HOLIDAY IN HANDCUFFS – See Sunday, December 8 for description. (Live Action)
(4:00–7:00 PM ET/PT) THE FAMILY MAN – See Sunday, December 1 for description. (Live Action)

(7:00–8:30 PM ET/PT) RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER AND THE ISLAND OF MISFIT TOYS – See Saturday, December 7 for description. (Animated)

(8:30–11:00 PM ET/PT) DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS – See Sunday, December 1 for description. (Live Action)

(12:00–2:00 AM ET/PT) DECK THE HALLS – See Wednesday, December 4 for description. (Live Action)

Friday, December 20

(7:00–9:00 AM ET/PT) CHASING CHRISTMAS – See Friday, December 13 for description. (Live Action)

(9:00–11:00 AM ET/PT) CHRISTMAS EVERY DAY
In the ABC Family original movie, a 12-year-old boy is forced to relive his least favorite holiday over and over again until he has learned to appreciate the true meaning of Christmas. (Live Action) Encore Presentation (12:00–2:00 AM ET/PT)

(11:00 AM–1:00 PM ET/PT) CHRISTMAS DO-OVER
This ABC Family original movie tells the story of Kevin (Jay Mohr), who unwittingly gets a chance to go back and do things differently when he is forced to relive one terrible Christmas over and over again. (Live Action)

(1:00–4:00 PM ET/PT) THE FAMILY MAN – See Sunday, December 1 for description. (Live Action)

(4:00–5:30 PM ET/PT) RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER AND THE ISLAND OF MISFIT TOYS – See Saturday, December 7 for description. (Animated)

(5:30–6:00 PM ET/PT) FROSTY’S WINTER WONDERLAND – See Friday, December 6 for description. (Animated)

(6:00–6:30 PM ET/PT) A CHIPMUNK CHRISTMAS – See Tuesday, December 10 for description. (Animated)

(6:30–9:00 PM ET/PT) DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS– See Sunday, December 1 for description. (Live Action)

(9:00–11:00 PM ET/PT) NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION – See Tuesday, December 3 for description. (Live Action)

Saturday, December 21

(7:00–7:30 AM ET/PT) NESTOR, THE LONG-EARED CHRISTMAS DONKEY
“Nestor, the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey” tells the story of the donkey that carried Mary to Bethlehem. (Animated)
(7:30–8:00 AM ET/PT) THE LITTLE DRUMMER BOY
Based on the Christmas song, the “Little Drummer Boy” tells the story of Aaron, a poor boy who cannot afford to buy a present for baby Jesus and instead plays a special song for him on his drums. (Animated)

(8:00–9:00 AM ET/PT) PINOCCHIO’S CHRISTMAS
Carlo Collodi’s most famous puppet creation stars in a musical tale that finds the poor lad Pinocchio conned out of money intended for Papa Geppetto’s Christmas gift. (Animated)

(9:00–10:00 AM ET/PT) THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF SANTA CLAUS
The story of how a young man named Claus became Santa Claus. (Animated)

(10:00–10:30 AM ET/PT) ‘TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS
Actor Joel Grey narrates this animated holiday special adapted from the famous poem by Clement Moore. (Animated)

(10:30–11:30 AM ET/PT) RUDOLPH’S SHINY NEW YEAR – See Thursday, December 5 for description (Animated)

(11:30 AM–1:30 PM ET/PT) RUDOLPH AND FROSTY’S CHRISTMAS IN JULY
Rudolph’s magical glowing nose is not only helpful at Christmas, but also in the heat of summer when Rudolph and his friend, Frosty the Snowman, are called in to rescue a struggling circus at a special July 4th benefit. (Animated)

(1:30–2:30 PM ET/PT) THE YEAR WITHOUT A SANTA CLAUS – See Tuesday, December 10 for description. (Animated)

(2:30–3:30 PM ET/PT) SANTA CLAUS IS COMIN’ TO TOWN – See Tuesday, December 10 for description. (Animated)

(3:30–4:00 PM ET/PT) A CHIPMUNK CHRISTMAS – See Tuesday, December 10 for description. (Animated)

(4:00–6:00 PM ET/PT) NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION– See Tuesday, December 3 for description. (Live Action)

(6:00–8:00 PM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE – See Monday, December 2 for description. (Live Action)

(8:00–10:00 PM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE 2 – See Monday, December 16 for description. (Live Action)

(10:00 PM–12:00 AM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE 3: THE ESCAPE CLAUSE – See Monday, December 2 for description. (Live Action)

(12:00–2:00 AM ET/PT) THE MISTLE-TONES – See Sunday, December 8 for description. (Live Action)

Sunday, December 22

(7:00–8:00 AM ET/PT) THE YEAR WITHOUT A SANTA CLAUS – See Tuesday, December 10 for description. (Animated)

(8:00–9:00 AM ET/PT) SANTA CLAUS IS COMIN’ TO TOWN – See Tuesday, December 10 for description. (Animated)

(9:00–11:00 AM ET/PT) I SAW MOMMY KISSING SANTA CLAUS
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. (Live Action)

(11:00 AM–1:00 PM ET/PT) UNACCOMPANIED MINORS
Wilmer Valderrama stars in this holiday romp set in the Unaccompanied Minors Room, an airport holding cell for dozens of stranded, parent-free kids from all over the country. (Live Action)

(1:00–3:00 PM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE – See Monday, December 2 for description. (Live Action)

(3:00–5:00 PM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE 2 – See Monday, December 16 for description. (Live Action)

(5:00 PM–7:00 AM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE 3: THE ESCAPE CLAUSE – See Monday, December 2 for description. (Live Action)

(7:00–9:30 PM ET/PT) DR. SEUSS’ HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS– See Sunday, December 1 for description. (Live Action)
Encore Presentation (9:30 PM–12:00 AM ET/PT)

Monday, December 23

(7:00–9:00 AM ET/PT) I SAW MOMMY KISSING SANTA CLAUS – See Sunday, December 22 for description. (Live Action)

(9:00–11:00 AM ET/PT) A DENNIS THE MENACE CHRISTMAS
Dennis tries to spread the Christmas spirit to his grumpy neighbor Mr. Wilson (Robert Wagner) and receives some help from the Angel of Christmas Past, Christmas Present, and Christmas Future. (Live Action)

(11:00 AM–1:00 PM ET/PT) HOME ALONE: THE HOLIDAY HEIST – See Saturday, December 7 for description. (Live Action)

(1:00–3:00 PM ET/PT) DECK THE HALLS – See Wednesday, December 4 for description. (Live Action)

(3:00–5:00 PM ET/PT) DISNEY’S A CHRISTMAS CAROL – See Sunday, December 1 for description. (Animated)

(5:00–6:00 PM ET/PT) JACK FROST (1979) – See Monday, December 2 for description. (Animated)

(6:00–7:00 PM ET/PT) SANTA CLAUS IS COMIN’ TO TOWN – See Tuesday, December 10 for description. (Animated)

(7:00–8:00 PM ET/PT) THE YEAR WITHOUT A SANTA CLAUS – See Tuesday, December 10 for description. (Animated)

(8:00–10:00 PM ET/PT) THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL– See Thursday, December 5 for description. (Live Action)

(10:00 PM–12:00 AM ET/PT) THE POLAR EXPRESS – See Sunday, December 1 for description. (Live Action)

(12:00–2:00 AM ET/PT) SCROOGED – See Tuesday, December 3 for description. (Live Action)

Tuesday, December 24

(7:00–9:00 AM ET/PT) A VERY BRADY CHRISTMAS – See Wednesday, December 4 for description. (Live Action)

(9:00–11:00 AM ET/PT) ‘TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS – See Saturday, December 21 for description. (Animated)

(11:00 AM–1:00 PM ET/PT) SCROOGED – See Tuesday, December 3 for description. (Live Action)

(1:00–3:00 PM ET/PT) THE POLAR EXPRESS – See Sunday, December 1 for description. (Live Action)

(3:00–5:00 PM ET/PT) THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL– See Thursday, December 5 for description. (Live Action)

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

(7:00–9:00 PM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE 2 – See Monday, December 16 for description. (Live Action)

(9:00 -11:00 AM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE 3: THE ESCAPE CLAUSE – See Monday, December 2 for description. (Live Action)

(12:00–2:00 AM ET/PT) NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION– See Tuesday, December 3 for description. (Live Action)

Wednesday, December 25

(7:00–7:30 AM ET/PT) FROSTY’S WINTER WONDERLAND – See Friday, December 6 for description. (Animated)

(7:30–8:30 AM ET/PT) THE YEAR WITHOUT A SANTA CLAUS – See Tuesday, December 10 for description. (Animated)

(8:30–9:30 AM ET/PT) SANTA CLAUS IS COMIN’ TO TOWN – See Tuesday, December 10 for description. (Animated)

(11:00 AM–1:00 PM ET/PT) THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL– See Thursday, December 5 for description. (Live Action)
Encore Presentation (12:00–2:00 AM ET/PT)

(1:00–3:00 PM ET/PT) NATIONAL LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION– See Tuesday, December 3 for description. (Live Action)
Encore Presentation (9:00–11:00 PM ET/PT)

(3:00–5:00 PM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE – See Monday, December 2 for description. (Live Action)

(5:00–7:00 PM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE 2 – See Monday, December 16 for description. (Live Action)

(7:00–9:00 AM ET/PT) THE SANTA CLAUSE 3: THE ESCAPE CLAUSE – See Monday, December 2 for description. (Live Action)

The first full Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer aired on Jimmy Kimmel Live! tonight and we once again got a great look at Tom Holland as Peter Parker.

The first Spider-Man Homecoming trailer is here, and it doesn’t disappoint! In what totally feels like a coming-of-age/high school flick (but with a Marvel twist!), Peter Parker decides he wants to grow up and fight like the Avengers. But is he ready? Maybe with a little help (and no hug) from Tony Stark, he will be.

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The first full Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer aired on Jimmy Kimmel Live! tonight and we once again got a great look at Tom Holland as Peter Parker.

The first Spider-Man Homecoming trailer is here, and it doesn’t disappoint! In what totally feels like a coming-of-age/high school flick (but with a Marvel twist!), Peter Parker decides he wants to grow up and fight like the Avengers. But is he ready? Maybe with a little help (and no hug) from Tony Stark, he will be.

Watch the full-length trailer for ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming

The main theme of Homecoming certainly seems to be Peter’s desire to prove that he’s a capable member of the Avengers team. If you remember in Civil War, Tony wouldn’t let him get too deep into the fight, for fear that he wasn’t ready. But Peter doesn’t want to be treated liked a kid.

Except he definitely is a kid, and it’s a nice break from the other Spider-Man movies we’ve seen so far, which depicted an older Peter Parker that never quite fit the high school vibe.

Tom Holland’s Peter is undoubted an awkward teenager, and the younger character lends itself to a lighter, more humorous tone for the movie. Marvel has always been good at balancing action and comedy in their movies, and Homecoming is already promising to be a fun romp.

We get a lot of great looks at other characters in this trailer, too, including a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it cameo from Donald Glover and Zendaya. Michael Keaton will be playing Vulture, and of course we also get Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark/Iron Man.

How cool was it to see Spidey swinging along next to Iron Man like an equal?

As is often the case for Marvel movies, ABC and Jimmy Kimmel debuted the trailer for Homecoming following pretty high expectations from fans. Did it live up to your hype?

‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ hits theaters on July 7, 2017

All the errant observations this writer made while watching the first episode of Netflix’s Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.

Hi, my name is Selina. A year ago, I had never seen a single episode of Gilmore Girls.

But one of the bright spots of 2016, for me, was the decision we made on Hypable’s flagship podcast Hype when we found out that Netflix was reuniting the cast and crew for a series of revival episodes: We decided to watch and podcast about all seven seasons of the series in order to prepare for A Year in the Life, and we just made it!

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All the errant observations this writer made while watching the first episode of Netflix’s Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.

Hi, my name is Selina. A year ago, I had never seen a single episode of Gilmore Girls.

But one of the bright spots of 2016, for me, was the decision we made on Hypable’s flagship podcast Hype when we found out that Netflix was reuniting the cast and crew for a series of revival episodes: We decided to watch and podcast about all seven seasons of the series in order to prepare for A Year in the Life, and we just made it!

Now I’m watching the revival episodes, and believe it or not, but I’m still spoiler-free, having only watched and podcasted about “Winter” so far. You can listen to that discussion right here:

While I was watching the original run of Gilmore Girls, I would often take to Twitter to entertain/annoy (annoytertain?) my followers by sharing my immediate reactions to everything that happened. Obviously, that wouldn’t be very nice of me to do for “Winter,” since some fans might not have watched it yet, so I decided to save all my immediate reactions for later! And now is that later.

Here are all the 55 things I wanted to tweet during the first episode of the ‘Gilmore Girls‘ revival

  1. …Is Lorelai dead? What’s with this scary dark opening montage?
  2. WAIT, ARE THERE NO OPENING CREDITS? But I wanted to sing along! 😧
  3. Rory’s voice is different. I can’t really SEE that she’s gotten older, but I can hear it. Weird.
  4. Gilmore Girls Winter Miss Patty

  5. What’s with the creepy ballet music — is that Miss Patty?! 😯
  6. Does the out-of-focus ballet studio with the very dark interior represent death? Why do I keep thinking about death?
  7. Not gonna lie, I fully expected Dean to still be working in Doose’s market. It’s weird how everything feels exactly the same, except the characters have just aged 10 years overnight. Of course this might also be because I literally finished the original series a week ago.
  8. Hey! It’s Lane! …In Stars Hollow, which means she’s probably not a famous rock star like I’d hoped she would be. 😒
  9. “Ooooooooooober.” 😂 (Also, Kirk having a pet pig is the best thing that has ever happened to me.)
  10. You know… I was wondering if Paul Anka would still be alive. I’m glad he is.
  11. I’m also relieved Rory’s room is still her room. (Though I guess my theory about Lorelai and Luke already having a second kid was wrong.)
  12. Gilmore Girls Winter Paul

  13. …Wait, Paul? There’s a Paul now? Okay, #TeamPaul I guess.
  14. Ugh! Paul saying “I will follow” is just a sad reference to the missing opening credits. #TeamPaul is cancelled.
  15. Rory’s reaction to Paul saying they have a two-year anniversary is pretty awful. Stringing him on like that is just cruel. And buy some damn underwear wtf is wrong with you Rory.
  16. Happy sigh. I love how settled and content Luke and Lorelai are. (This revival better not break them up I stg.)
  17. “Do you think it’s because of grandpa?” 😢 I was wondering if they’d show the funeral, but I guess it’s been a little while.
  18. Gilmore Girls Winter fridge bow

  19. I really want that giant fridge bow.
  20. “People are dumb” would 100% be my LiveJournal signature if I still had a LiveJournal.
  21. Clearly, the only sensible way to deal with someone’s ridiculous “you need to control your woman”-comments is to throw bagels at them.
  22. OMG Paul! I totally DID forget about him just now — and then I forgot about him again when he went to the bathroom! This is brilliant.
  23. Michel having a husband is wonderful in its understated glory and I almost don’t want to say anything about it because it should just be a natural un-noteworthy thing. But it’s nice to (finally?!) see that non-straight sexualities exist inside the snow globe, as something other than the butt of a joke, so yay.
  24. I know Lorelai is acting out because she misses Sookie and all, but we’re 100% supposed to make the parallel between Lorelai’s attitude towards the auditioning chefs and Emily’s attitude towards her string of maids here, right?
  25. Revelation: Maybe Emily once had a maid friend like Sookie and she quit, and she’s been firing maids ever since cause it just was never the same? This is a prequel waiting to happen.
  26. Gilmore Girls Winter Kirk Oooooober

  27. Kirk singing in the car. Lorelai’s little smile. The water jug. Everything about this scene is my favorite. For some reason it feels like the revival didn’t really find itself until this moment — and it feels a little like home. I’m so happy I found this fandom.
  28. Confession: I didn’t realize Emily wasn’t speaking to Lorelai at all in this scene when I first watched it because I’m so used to Emily ignoring Lorelai’s quips and snapping at her.
  29. “This is what I want.” “I swear it can’t be!” Alright Lorelai. You know I’m team you always, but who cares if Emily made a mistake? Back off, the painting isn’t even that big.
  30. Oh, so they are showing the funeral. I wasn’t prepared for this. 😢
  31. The juxtaposition of Emily alone and Rory/Lorelai together says so much about the show. Also the camera pan ending on Lorelai just hammers home that at the end of the day, she’s the show’s central POV character. Am I wrong?
  32. Well, Digger must be Paul’s dad cause I totally forgot he existed, too. Oops.
  33. I bet his dog didn’t live to see the revival, what with being confined to a life staring into a wall and all. #stillmadaboutit
  34. I always loved Luke, but nervous house fixing in this scene just makes me love him even more.
  35. What is with this maid storyline? We really should have moved beyond pulling stereotypes for laughs like this, Gilmore Girls.
  36. Gilmore Girls Winter Emily Lorelai hug

  37. This might be the closest we’ve ever gotten to an Emily/Lorelai hug…? And it’s so sad cause of what is probably gonna happen next.
  38. …Oh, Lorelai. On one hand, it would be nice for her to take the high ground in this scene and swallow her own feelings to give Emily a nice moment. On the other, I totally get it. Lorelai just lost her father, and she’s feeling a wealth of conflicting emotions, all heightened by her being drunk and tired. One of my favorite things about the show is that it allows its characters to be flawed — their flaws are not traits they need to atone for, but just part of what makes them complex humans. And I actually loved that she did the ‘wrong’ thing here. Because sometimes, people say crap they shouldn’t say and immediately regret it afterwards. That’s life.
  39. “What did you mean to do, Lorelai, break my heart in public?” speaks volumes about Emily’s egocentric personality. It’s not only about your pain, have some compassion.
  40. Gilmore Girls Winter Emily

  41. “I just lost my husband.” “I just lost my father!” “And you couldn’t care less.” Wow. Just wow, Emily. Yes, both Lorelai and Emily are hurting and both of them are clearly in the wrong here… But if you’re making the argument that Emily can’t be expected to act rationally in this situation, you have to make the same allowance for Lorelai. To me, the difference is that Lorelai immediately is sorry for hurting Emily, and actually acknowledges her mother’s pain, whereas Emily completely dismisses the validity of Lorelai’s perspective, and eviscerates her completely without remorse. Just like always. 😐 #fightme #nodontfightme #thisisjusthowIfeelaboutit
  42. So anyway… does the ambiance foley feel too loud to anyone else?
  43. Note to self: “That’s the kid” is not a great way of telling someone you want to have a kid with them.
  44. Is having a kid at 48 too late? Of course not! Plenty of men have kids at that stage in their lives so women should, too. As long as Lorelai doesn’t want a kid just because she thinks Luke wants one, this would be great!
  45. Gilmore Girls Winter Paris

  46. lol Paris, it’s pretty rich to condemn studying Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s effect on the feminist agenda considering you literally married bizarro!verse Jonathan.
  47. Would Neil Patrick Harris be okay with children that didn’t look good on camera? I mean, it’d really ruin his Halloween photo op tradition.
  48. RIVER SONG! No one told me River Song was in this! She’s even stealing food from the “darling Doctor,” you guys.
  49. Gilmore Girls Winter Logan

  50. Ooh who’s Rory talking to? Ugh, it’s Logan isn’t it? I was hoping it’d be Jess or Dean, that would have been a way more fun surprise.
  51. Don’t get me wrong, Logan is fine, but I’m beginning to feel like Rory hasn’t evolved at all in the past 10 years and this just adds to that weirdness.
  52. “There are two arm-wrestling breeders here” is an amazing out-of-context quote.
  53. Taylor’s devotion to Stars Hollow and his rant in the diner made me realize that I really haven’t appreciated him enough. 💙 And I think Luke realized the same thing. That scene was very cute!
  54. Is that lady singing on the street someone I should know?
  55. Gilmore Girls Winter Zack

  56. Zack has a whole Doc Brown from Back to the Future thing going on these days, huh?
  57. Okay so Hep Alien is NOT a superfamous rock band, which makes me sad. On the other hand, it’s wonderful to see them still going strong!
  58. Hmmmmm Rory isn’t telling Lorelai about Logan. Is she embarrassed?
  59. To be honest, I haven’t been a Gilmore Girls fan for long enough to truly appreciate the magnitude of Emily wearing jeans.
  60. I appreciate Lorelai saying “nothing is gonna bring you joy right now” and wanting her to not make decisions right now based on her current emotional state, because it’s just really useful bereavement advice.
  61. Oh Emily, why you gotta throw another dig at Lorelai about the validity of her and Luke’s relationship and prove my point further? I really want to understand why everyone seems to love you.
  62. So, I’m not sure how to feel about the surrogate situation right now. It feels like Lorelai actually DOES want a kid and is sad it’s not happening? Will it happen? I guess this a mystery that “Spring” will have to clear up for me.
  63. It makes me so sad that Lorelai is so happy and grateful for Emily saying thank you… and then Emily is just conning her into therapy sessions. #EmilyWhy
  64. Cute ending song, but WHERE IS MY THEME MUSIC? Oh well, maybe next season!

Follow Hype Podcast on Twitter to catch our discussion of episode 2, “Spring,” and read Hypable’s full Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life review.

What did you think about the first ‘Gilmore Girls’ revival episode?

Robbie Reyes met an unexpected fate in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 4×08, and the cast and crew weigh in on what’s next for Ghost Rider.

Robbie’s decision to take out Eli Morrow in an act of self-sacrifice has left fans (and characters) wondering if Ghost Rider still has a future on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. Speaking with Entertainment Weekly, showrunners Maurissa Tancharoen and Jed Whedon were classically noncommittal — but their answer definitely gives fans something to think about.

“We get the sense that some of these otherworldly elements might be coming from this other place, wherever that may be,” Whedon says, citing Doctor Strange’s Dark Dimension.

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Robbie Reyes met an unexpected fate in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 4×08, and the cast and crew weigh in on what’s next for Ghost Rider.

Robbie’s decision to take out Eli Morrow in an act of self-sacrifice has left fans (and characters) wondering if Ghost Rider still has a future on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. Speaking with Entertainment Weekly, showrunners Maurissa Tancharoen and Jed Whedon were classically noncommittal — but their answer definitely gives fans something to think about.

“We get the sense that some of these otherworldly elements might be coming from this other place, wherever that may be,” Whedon says, citing Doctor Strange’s Dark Dimension.

“We do get the sense that things can come from there, things live there. [Robbie has] been dragged to that place, wherever that is. What happens to him there or where that goes is a ‘wait and see.'”

agents of shield 4x08

Tancharoen adds that, though Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will move into a new “pod” of story when the show returns in January, “That doesn’t mean that [Robbie] is gone.”

“Or that he will not be involved at some point,” Whedon says. “But it will definitely have a different feel.”

As for Gabriel Luna, the actor who brought Robbie and Ghost Rider to blazing life is optimistic about his character’s future.

“I’m not too worried about it being finite at this point,” he tells EW.

After all, he and Robbie still have a few loose ends to tie up. “My car is still parked on the cargo bay on the Zephyr, so I have to come back for that,” Luna says. “I’m not going to leave her in the hands of these jokers.”

And though his character was left on an emphatic question mark, Luna appreciates the culmination of Robbie’s story.

“He makes a really great heroic choice, and he makes it while in a form that usually has all the power,” he says. “So that’s really, really cool. I’m really excited to see how that plays out. It’s a first for us, in terms of story, actually seeing a decision being made while Robbie isn’t Robbie. That is pretty special.”

agents of shield 4x08

Luna is also looking forward to seeing the impact of Robbie’s apparent disappearance on Daisy Johnson.

“She seems to lose a lot of people,” he observes. “Even though we just met, we built this understanding between each other because of similarities in our lives, and we leave her in a moment of questioning and of hoping that this isn’t the end for Robbie.”

And the actor, like Daisy, and like all good constituents of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., has faith in a certain former Director.

“Agent Phil Coulson comes in and drops knowledge like a clumsy librarian, as he tends to do, and lifts her spirits and says to her, ‘I don’t think this is the last we’ll see of him,'” Luna says. “So that’s a good sign for everyone who loves the Ghost Rider.”

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returns on Jan. 10, 2017.

What do you think of Ghost Rider’s fate on ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’?