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Special X'Mas shows and movies from Kids' channels

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MUMBAI: The magical festive season with carols and special offering for viewers from the kids' channel across the board for the festive seasons would service the whole family with some special X'Mas shows and movies.



The new entrant in the kids channel Disney Channel aims to provide entertainment for the entire family, with Studio Disney which airs at 5pm to 7pm followed by the hugely popular animated feature Mickeys Once Upon a Christmas and followed by the Disney family Mickey Mouse, Minnie, Goofy Donald and Daisy to celebrate Chirstmas at 7.00pm.

 

 

While Nick will programme packed full of Christmas goodies with Nick Jr: Little Bill - Merry Christmas Little Bill at 10 am. The show as the Glover family is getting ready for Christmas, Little Bill is worried that Alice the Great, who is visiting friends in Ohio, won't get back home in time for the holiday.



When Alice calls from the airport to tell them her flight is snowed in, Little Bill decides to write a last minute letter to Santa Claus, hoping his sleigh can make it through the bad weather and he can give Alice the Great a lift back, informs an official release.



Fairly Odd Parents  A Wish Too Far will feature at 12 pm. Timmy finds a cute girl on the school bus, but she only likes popular kids. So Timmy wishes to be popular, but he doesn't thank Cosmo and Wanda, and they are being re-assigned.



Christmas Crackers: 3 Hour Marathon will air at 4 pm where three straight hours featuring favorite Nicktoons such as SpongeBob, CatDog, Rugrats and many more, ending with a never seen before episode of 100 Deeds For Eddie McDowd!



Yakkity Yak  Nerds Are People Too at 10 pm, the show where Yakkity's class takes a test where high achievers will win a place in a special camp. Little do they know, it's all part of the plan of Gary, the villain who wants to destroy Onion Falls.



Cartoon Network celebrates the festive season with the Christmas specials featuring all your favourite cartoon stars in a very jerry Christmas.



On the Christmas day special episodes of Bob The Builder, Baby Looney Toons and Scooby Doo will be shown. The Christmas day megatoon movies aired back-to-back including Barbie and the Nut Cracker at 12 pm followed by Batman and Mr. Freeze at 2 p.m.



For the action lovers, special Christmas episodes of X Men Evolution and Justice League, only on Powerzone Christmas, informs the company release. And the channel will feature a 90-minute special Christmas show with the Flintstones featuring the Flintstones Christmas Carol.



The sibling channel Pogo will feature Prime Pogo X'Mas Specials, will showcase feature of Robbie The Reindeer from 5:30 pm onwards, with Robbie The Reindeer In Hooves of Fire, and Robbie The Reindeer In Legend of The Lost Tribe.



Two of a Kind - A Very Carrie Christmas will feature Mary-Kate and Ashley who are excited when Carrie accepts Kevin's invitation to be with the family on Christmas Eve at 6 pm.



And Mr. Bean - Merry Christmas Mr Bean will air at 7pm that features, Mr. Bean who purchases his Christmas decorations at Harrods; collects money for and then conducts a Salvation Army band, informs the company release.

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