‘Tis the season to stay in and enjoy more brilliant entertainment! TVMucho has some tremendous festive programmes for you to enjoy this Christmas season.
Here’s a sneak peek of the brilliant shows you wouldn’t want to miss.
Christmas Day- 6.10pm CET
Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special.
See your favourite Strictly dancers perform a dazzling Christmas special.
18th December- 7.30pm CET
The Royal Variety Performance 2021.
This year marks the 109th event. The star line-up includes Sir Rod Stewart and Ed Sheeran.
Christmas Day- 8.30pm CET
Terry Pratchett’s The Abominable Snow Baby.
A star-studded cast has come together in this beautiful animation based on Terry Pratchett’s best selling Christmas story.
New Year's Day 2022- 8.00pm CET
Doctor Who: Eve of the Daleks.
This special serves as the third and final New Year’s Day special episode for Jodie Whittaker.
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