Saturday’s TV Highlights: ‘A Bride for Christmas’ on Hallmark

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This week’s TV Movies  




My Crazy Obsession: This new episode features a woman who has more than 120 fully decorated Christmas trees, a man whose goal is to cover his property in 1 million lights, a couple with a houseful of nutcrackers and snowmen and a couple obsessed with holiday inflatables (9 p.m. TLC).


100 Greatest Kid Stars:  The countdown continues (9 p.m. VH1).



A Few Good Men:  A brash young Navy lawyer and a by-the-book colleague (Tom Cruise, Demi Moore) defend two closemouthed Marines accused of murdering a fellow soldier. Jack Nicholson, Kevin Bacon and Kevin Pollak also star (7 p.m. Bravo).

Harry and Tonto:  Art Carney won a well-deserved Oscar for his understated, moving performance as 70-something widowed New Yorker who goes on a cross-country journey with his cat, Tonto. Ellen Burstyn, Larry Hagman and Geraldine Fitzgerald also star (7 p.m. TCM).

It’s a Wonderful Life:  Director Frank Capra’s holiday classic stars James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore and Henry Travers (8 p.m. NBC).


College football: Oklahoma at Texas Christian (9 a.m. ESPN); Conference USA, Final: Central Florida at Tulsa (9 a.m. ESPN2); Kansas at West Virginia (11:30 a.m. FSN); Boise State at Nevada (12:30 p.m. ABC); SEC Championship: Alabama vs. Georgia (1 p.m. CBS); Pittsburgh at South Florida (4 p.m. ESPN2); Texas at Kansas State (5 p.m. ABC); Big Ten Championship: Nebraska vs. Wisconsin (5 p.m. Fox); ACC Championship: Florida State vs. Georgia Tech (5 p.m. ESPN) College Football Oklahoma at Texas Christian (9 a.m. ESPN).

Soccer: The MLS Cup: The Houston Dynamo visits the Galaxy (1:30 p.m. ESPN).

Pro basketball: The Sacramento Kings visit the Clippers (7:30 p.m. FS Prime).


High school football: CIF L.A. City Section Division I, Final: Narbonne vs. Crenshaw (7 p.m. TWSN). CIF-SS Pac-5 Final: Long Beach Poly vs. Mater Dei (7:30 p.m. FSN).

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