'Tis the season to untangle last year's Christmas lights, put up the Christmas tree, and catch some great Christmas classics on TV. Here's a short list of what will be on TV for the next few weeks!

Mon 11/28: ABC - "Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas"at 8PM

Tue 11/29: CBS - The Burl Ives' narrated "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer" at 8PM

Wed 11/30: NBC - "Christmas In Rockefeller Center" featuring Faith Hill, Justin Bieber, Michael Buble`, and many other stars.

Thu 12/1: ABC Family - "Mickey's Christmas Carol" at 6PM, followed by "Winnie The Pooh and Christmas, Too" and "The Santa Clause" starring Tim Allen.

Also on Thu 12/1: ABC - "CMA Country Christmas" features everyone from Amy Grant to Little Big Town, Martina McBride to Keith Urban -- and Vince Gill sings with Miss Piggy. Hosted by Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles.

Sat 12/3: NBC - the 1946 classic "It's A Wonderful Life" starring Jimmy Stewart.

Mon 12/5: ABC - "A Charlie Brown Christmas"

Also on Mon 12/5: ABC Family - "The Polar Express"

Fri 12/9: CBS - "Frosty The Snowman" and "Frosty Returns," starting at 8PM.

Mon 12/12: ABC Family - "A Flintstone Christmas" at 6PM.

Thu 12/15: AMC - "Miracle on 34th Street"

Fri 12/16: TNT - "Christmas In Washington" hosted by Conan O'Brien, featuring numerous musical groups, including The Band Perry.

Sun 12/18: CBS - "Story of Santa Claus" starring the voices of Betty White, Tim Curry, and Ed Asner.

Tue 12/20: NBC - "SNL: A Very Gilly Christmas" featuring the best holiday-oriented SNL skits.

Sat 12/24: TBS: 24-hours of "A Christmas Story"

Also on Sat 12/24: NBC - "Mass At St. Peters" Christmas Eve mass from Rome.