Good Morning America
7 am/ET ABC
The Jonas Brothers are certainly no strangers to ABC. This will be the sixth time the preteen heartthrobs have been on GMA in the last year and a half, and they premiered the video for their latest single, "Fly with Me," on the Disney Channel last week. Don't be surprised if they play it during today's Central Park concert as well. And if you've seen Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, you probably also caught it there. By the way, their new CD, Lines, Vines and Trying Times, is slated for release Tuesday.
Read on for previews of Today, Mighty B, Adam Ferrara: Funny as Hell and Don't Forget the Lyrics!.
New releases announced today, December 1:
7th Heaven - The 8th Season will be coming out March 3
Girlfriends - The 6th Season will be coming out February 24
The Hills - The Complete 4th Season will be coming out March 3
The Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E. will be coming out March 3
The Mighty B! - We Got the Bee will be coming out February 24
Nash Bridges - The 2nd Season will be coming out March 3
My Wife and Kids - Season 1 will be coming out February 24
Visit TVShowsOnDVD.com for the complete stories on these and other news items.
Moonlight & Mistletoe
9 pm/ET Hallmark
"Jolly" might not be the first word people would use to describe Tom Arnold, but the sarcastic comedian-actor dodges typecasting tonight as he plays the head Santa and owner of a year-round Christmas attraction called Santaville. When the business begins to falter, his estranged daughter (Candace Cameron Bure) returns home to help her dad save Santaville from a mysterious investor. During the course of their efforts, father and daughter also take steps to repair their damaged relationship. — Brie Hearn
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Ellen's Even Bigger Really Big Show
9 pm/ET TBS
Ellen has not left the building. Our host with the most, Ellen DeGeneres, is instead in the house, holding court over this retro variety show and presenting her own pick of eclectic global entertainers, including Dutch illusionist Hans Klok, celebrity impressionists, dancers and music acts. DeGeneres also delivers her own wry brand of stand-up comedy and appears in vignettes. The show — recorded Nov. 20 at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas — kicks off a weekend-long series of Comedy Festival specials on TBS. — Dean Maurer
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