Many repeats early in the night but things start to pick up as the night moves along. The Prime Picks tonight are all new episodes except for Charlie Brown of course. What will you be watching on TV tonight?
A Charlie Brown Christmas (ABC): The most classic of classic animated holiday cartoons.
My Name is Earl (NBC): Earl tries to win a new car in a radio contest for Joy to make up for all the lousy Christmas presents he got her when they were married.
The Office (NBC): Who would want to miss the office Christmas party? If you watch tonight you wonâ€™t.
Boston Legal (ABC): A kidnapped boy and some impersonating of FBI agents and Alan Shore is not a part of it. The show starts a minute into the third hour of primetime.
NCIS (CBS): Repeat of a good episode from earlier this season where Gibbs and the team reopen the case of a convicted serial killer.
Commander in Chief (ABC): Repeat of the Pilot episode. See how it all began. Runs 61 minutes.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (NBC): The team investigates the almost fatal beating of a 12 year old boy.
The 2005 Billboard Music Awards (FOX): Tom Petty and Kanye West are scheduled to be presented with awards and Green Day and Toby Keith are scheduled to perform. The show runs two hours.
The Victoriaâ€™s Secret Fashion Show (CBS): Musical performances and models strutting their stuff in lingerie.
Emeril Live (Food Network): Emeril cooks up some holiday cookies in this repeat.
The Triangle (SCI FI): Part Two of this three part mini series about the Bermuda Triangle runs for two hours. Part One of this series plays the two hours before if you missed it last night. Part Two also replays again right after.
Sleeper Cell continues tonight on Showtime. Nip/Tuck on FX is new. Daisy Does America a new comedy show produced by David and Courtney Cox Arquette debuts tonight on TBS.