What to watch: 2012 day-by-day holiday TV guide
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Deseret News Archive
From old classics like "It's a Wonderful Life" and "Miracle on 34th Street" to contemporary favorites like "A Christmas Story" and "Elf," there are plenty of offerings to fill your holiday TV schedule this year. Want to know what to watch? Check out our TV listings. All times are Mountain Standard and subject to change at the discretion of network, cable and local programmers. This list includes holiday-related special programming on local broadcast and select cable/satellite channels. It does not include holiday-theme episodes of regularly scheduled series.
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