Mrs Brown's Boys will return for two festive shows on the BBC, with other Christmas highlights including a French and Saunders reunion.
Comedy duo Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders are together again for the first time in 10 years, to mark their 30th anniversary.
Victoria Wood is being celebrated with Our Friend Victoria, which will show clips of the late comedian.
Other shows include Peter Capaldi's final Doctor Who episode.
The broadcasters are starting to release their Christmas TV schedules with the Beeb being the first.
So what delights do we have? A Irishmen dressing up as a woman, two female comedians from the past, highlights from a dead comedian, The Apprentice final, Merry Berry (bless her) and some dramas too, nice of them to bother!
So, what do you think of the Christmas TV, so far?
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I wonder what "goodies" ITV will come up with??? Christmas fights Jeremy Kyle, Roast Turkey with Judge Rinder and a billion episodes of Coronation Street.
To think, we used to have people like Morecambe and Wise who would spend the best part of a year coming up for ideas for their Christmas Show, whereas nowadays most TV, including what's shown at Christmas, is cobbled together in five minutes.
Damn lazy tv makers! Humbug.
I'm not looking forward to Christmas TV, in fact I doubt the box will be on much at all.