5 Shows To Watch on Christmas Eve Like The Elf Marathon, 11 Episodes of Modern Family and More

Elf movie marathon christmas eve

Dec. 24 2013, Published 12:54 p.m. ET

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Although the holidays are more about eating, gifting, and hanging out with family, we say it's fine to indulge in a little TV tonight as you prep for Christmas morning, too. Here's marathons, TV movies, and more to tune into this evening:

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Elf. 12pm on STARZ. 24 hours of Buddy the Elf coming right up! Starz will be playing Elf from noon today to noon tomorrow. Hope you have your syrup handy...

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It's a Wonderful Life. 8pm on NBC. It ain't Christmas eve without a viewing of the greatest holiday movie ever. Cuddle up with your fam to watch this 1946 classic.

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Modern Family. 8pm on USA. 11 episodes in a row that focus on the Dunphy's oldest daughter, Haley? Best. Christmas Eve. Ever.

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The Drama Queen. 9pm on E!. Marki holds a momager seminar where the momagers fight with each other on tonight's episode. Think fellow E! star Kris Jenner will be making an appearance?

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TV Land's Merrython Event. 8pm-6am on TV Land. Because it's not the holidays without a bit of nostalgia, check out this major TV event to see classic Christmas episodes of old school faves like The Golden Girls, Roseanne, Everybody Loves Raymond and more.


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