GREENSBORO, N.C. – There’s nothing like a cup of hot chocolate, a burning fireplace and you’re favorite Christmas movies!

The holidays are here and why not make it a family fun night around the TV this Christmas season.

You can do just that thanks to CBS Holiday movies which will air right here on WFMY News 2.

CHRISTMAS MOVIE SCHEDULE

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14

I LOVE LUCY CHRISTMAS SPECIAL (8:00-9:00 PM)

Featuring two back-to-back episodes of the classic series, the colorized “Christmas Episode” (first presented in black and white on Christmas Eve, 1956) is paired with the newly colorized “Pioneer Women.”

“The Christmas Episode” finds the Ricardos and Mertzes decorating Lucy and Ricky’s Christmas tree and reminiscing about how their lives have changed since the arrival of the Ricardos’ son, Little Ricky (Keith Thibodeaux).

In “Pioneer Women,” Lucy and Ethel’s hopes of joining the posh Society Matrons’ League leads to a bet with their husbands over which sex – the men or the women – had it harder living in a bygone era. They select the turn of the last century, and as Lucy and Ethel start to bake their own bread and churn their own butter, the men become acquainted with straight-blade shaving and riding home from work on horseback. They all have some “‘splainin’” to do when two ladies from the Society Matrons’ League stop by for an unexpected visit.

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I Love Lucy!

THE DICK VAN DYKE SHOW – Now in Living Color! (9:00 - 10:00 PM)

The special features two newly colorized classic episodes of the beloved 1960s series of the season one episode “Where Did I Come From,” written by Carl Reiner, and the season four episode “Never Bathe on Saturday,” also written by Reiner.

In “Where Did I Come From,” 6-year-old Ritchie asks his parents the inevitable “where did I come from?” question, and they recall the days before his birth. The episode was first presented on Jan. 3, 1961 during the series’ first season.

In “Never Bathe on Saturday,” the Petries’ romantic second honeymoon becomes a disaster when Laura’s toe gets caught in a bath spout. The episode was first presented on March 31, 1965, during season four.

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The Dick Van Dyke Show Pic. Courtesy: CBS

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21

A HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS: THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY (8:00 – 9:00 PM)

Celebrating 20 years, this heartwarming special calls attention to the rewards of giving foster children permanent families and better futures. This special will feature uplifting stories of adoption from foster care to raise awareness of this important social issue and will include performances by some of today’s most popular artists.

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