Miracle on 34th Street (4:45pm, AMC) - Maybe my favorite Christmas movie of all time. Maybe. Edmund Gwenn won an Oscar for his portrayal of the department store Santa on trial to prove he's real in this heartwarming 1947 Christmas fantasy.
White Christmas (7pm, AMC) - Irving Berlin's music plus the singing and dancing of Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye and Rosemary Clooney? Yes, it's the 1954 classic "White Christmas." It airs again at 9:45.
Elf (8pm, CBS) - In this 2003 movie, a human (Will Ferrell) who has been raised by elves leaves the North Pole to search for his gruff birth father (James Caan) in New York City. Also stars Zooey Deschanel, Bob Newhart, Edward Asner and Mary Steenburgen.
Baby's First Christmas (8pm, Hallmark) - A new movie in which feuding lawyers spend Christmas together for the birth of their married siblings' son. But when the pair discover their siblings are in major financial trouble, they set out to solve the problem and end up on an adventure around the city.
Merry In-Laws (8pm, Lifetime) - A new movie in which a woman learns that her future in-laws are Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus.
The Real St. Nick (10pm, Lifetime) - Another new Lifetime movie, this one about about a psychiatrist who reluctantly falls for a cute guy who is placed in a psychiatric ward after he claims he is Santa Claus.
Hitched for the Holidays (10pm, Hallmark) - A single New Yorker hires a woman to pose as his girlfriend to appease his family during the holidays. But as the two spend more time together attending parties and gatherings, their fake relationship starts to feel real.
Saturday Night Live (11:29, NBC) - Martin Short hosts and Paul McCartney is the musical guest.