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Question of the week: what's your favourite part of TV Christmas?

Posted on November 30, 2011 | Post a comment | Bookmark and Share

Christmas on TV is a decidedly different affair from normal. The Christmas/Holiday special is the most obvious example.

However, there are differences on either side of the Atlantic as to how TV celebrates Christmas. Largely, around now, the regular US TV shows start winding down, to be replaced by movies, light entertainment shows and Christmas specials, usually ones that have been show every year since the dawn of TV time.

Meanwhile, in the UK, as well as a whole bunch of movies that have been shown since the dawn of TV film time…

…the tradition for most shows to continue up until nearly Christmas and for other shows to return with all-new, one-off, sometimes feature-length episodes.

So this week's question is a two-parter:

Which approach do you think is better? And what's your favourite Christmas show ever?

Answers below or on your own blog, please.

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