What to Watch on Christmas Day 2013

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After the eggnog hangover ends and the presents have been ripped open, there’s nothing better to do during the Christmas holiday than kickback and enjoy some of our holiday classics. Here’s a list of some of the best movies, shows, and events you can be apart of after eating half a fruitcake and overdosing on candy canes.

Disney Parks Christmas Parade – ABC, 10am

The 30th year of the Disney Christmas parade comes to you live from Disneyland and Disneyworld. The parade is hosted by Neil Patrick Harris and Nick Cannon and is guaranteed to satisfy anyone who is young at heart.

Oy! to the World: A Mel Brooks Christmas Marathon – Sundance Channel, 6am

What better way to celebrate the happiness of the holiday than with a marathon of Mel Brooks movies. “Blazing Saddles” can teach us to not judge a book by its cover, and that eating too many beans can result in gaseous emanations. Imagine how much easier labor would have been for Mary and Joseph if they could have watched “Young Frankenstein”.

Duck Dynasty Marathon – A&E, 3:30pm

Hey, have you heard about this “Duck Dynasty” show before? Well catch a massive marathon on A&E today that’s guaranteed to feature all the duck commander classics.

NBA on Christmas Day – ESPN & ABC, 12pm – 10:30pm

Check out Hidden Remote’s complete coverage of the NBA Christmas Slate

Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor – BBC America, 9pm

This year’s Doctor Who Christmas Special bids goodbye to Matt Smith’s incarnation of the Doctor. During the special Smith will hand over the baton to Peter Capaldi who will be the twelfth time lord. It’s a can’t miss even for Who fans.

 

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