December 2011

Saturday, December 24 at 11pm ET/PT/CT/MT on Citytv

Carollers assemble to bring holiday cheer with Citytv’s third annual Carol Sings, hosted by Gord Martineau at Toronto’s Yorkminster Park Baptist Church. Special guest tenor Richard Margison of Leoncavallo’s I Pagliaci performs, along with his daughter, soprano Lauren Margison. Other performances include the High Park Choirs of Toronto, the Larkin Singers and the Yorkminster Park Baptist Church and Christ Church Deer Park choirs. Viewers are able to spread the holiday joy by making a donation to a local food bank in their region by contacting the number located at the bottom of the screen.

10 p.m. Saturday, December 24 on E!

Grammy Award-winning record producer, composer, rapper, and singer Timbaland and those closest to him reveal the man behind the music, including little-known stories about Timbaland’s lifelong struggles to gain respect and recognition, and how he survived several tragic events including a suicide attempt.

Saturday December 24 – 9pm ET/PT on Global

When an accountant is dumped by his fiance because of his workaholic ways and his emotional detachment from life, he meets a man and starts a choir with a group of homeless men to help them out at Christmas time. Through friendship and music they discover what’s truly important in life.

9:00pm – Saturday, December 24 on CTV

See description from Saturday, Dec. 3.

Saturday, December 24 at 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT on Bravo!

John Candy delivers one of his finest acting roles in UNCLE BUCK, the classic film about a perpetual bachelor and slob who babysits his brother’s rebellious teenage daughter and her cute younger brother and sister.

Saturday, December 24 at 8pm ET/PT/CT/MT on Citytv

Every year the Herbie Fund helps children from around the world come to Toronto’s hospital for sick children to get the life saving surgical help they can’t get at home. In Second Chances, children from around the world get a second chance at life through the Herbie Fund and the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.

Saturday, December 24 at 7:30ET/PT/CT/MT on Citytv

“Hollywood Dreaming”

Jason discovers that restaurants and bars have a program called Barwatch where they ban patrons who wear clothes associated with gangs or organized crime – and Dussault Apparel is on the list. Jason thinks it is against basic human rights to profile customers on their attire. As a result, he creates a line called Barwatch Babies to denounce the Barwatch rule. Meanwhile, Ayden designs a new Dussault skateboard line while Mashiah rekindles her dream of being an actress, without Jason’s blessing.

12:00am – Saturday, December 24 on CTV

See description from Friday, Dec. 23.

10:30 p.m. Friday, December 23 on E!

See December 2 synopsis.

10 p.m. Friday, December 23 on E!

See December 2 synopsis.