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What to Watch on TV This Weekend: December 23-25

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Tonight catch all new back to back episodes of Say Yes to the Dress, on Saturday a showing of A Diva's Christmas Carol, and on Sunday a showing of The Hours.

What to Watch on TV: Friday, December 23

9:00pm Say Yes to the Dress TLC (30 mins) NEW

Catch how Randy handles tonight's soon-to-be bride!

9:30pm Say Yes to the Dress TLC (30 mins) NEW

Randy's got a plus size model getting ready for her big day!

What to Watch on TV: Saturday, December 24

10:00pm A Diva's Christmas Carol Lifetime (2 hrs) REPEAT

Catch this remake of the Dicken's classic, "A Christmas Carol" featuring Kathy Griffin.

What to Watch on TV: Sunday, December 25

8:00pm The Hours Flix (2 hrs) REPEAT

A rich drama about a few women attempting to cope with the hardships in their life. Watch closely for same sex couple Clarissa (Meryl Streep) and Sally (Allison Janey).

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