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ABC Thanksgiving and Christmas Teasers: MODERN FAMILY, THE GOLDBERGS, SPEECHLESS and More


With Halloween nearly come and gone, it’s time to turn our attentions to the holidays: specifically, Thanksgiving and the Christmas season.

ABC has a plethora of holiday related programming coming up in the months of November and December, from holiday-themed episodes of its scripted shows to Christmas specials. Read on for a full list of what’s coming to ABC this holiday season.

Tuesday, November 15
FRESH OFF THE BOAT – “No Thanks-giving” – Louis and Jessica decide to open Cattleman’s Ranch on Thanksgiving Day, inspiring Emery and Evan to take heed of the restaurant business and perhaps inherit the family legacy someday. Meanwhile, Eddie decides to blow off the rest of eighth grade, so Jessica finds a creative way to teach him the meaning of hard work. (9:00–9:30 p.m.)

THE REAL O’NEALS – “The Real Tradition” – The O’Neals deal with a change to their Thanksgiving tradition when Pat and Eileen invite Gloria and VP Murray to dinner as their dates. Meanwhile, things don’t go as smoothly as planned when Gloria offers to help Kenny cook and Eileen prepares to meet VP Murray’s mom for the first time. The Food Network’s Graham Elliot, Alex Guarnaschelli and Antonia Lofaso as themselves. (9:30–10:00 p.m.)

Wednesday, November 16
THE GOLDBERGS – “HO-LY K.I.T.T.” – Murray and Uncle Marvin bond over their love of “Knight Rider” and attend the Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day parade to see K.I.T.T. in person. Upset at his father and uncle for going without him, Adam poisons their relationship but later regrets his actions. Meanwhile, when Barry declares he is splitting his time between the Goldberg and Lewis families for Thanksgiving, Beverly hatches a plan to invite Bill and Lainey over. But her plans go awry when Bill has his own idea how to celebrate the holiday. Dan Fogler returns as Marvin. (8:00–8:30 p.m.)

SPEECHLESS – “T-H-A-THANKSGIVING” – The DiMeo plan to avoid another horrible Thanksgiving with Jimmy’s brother (guest star Rob Corddry), and his family backfires when the older DiMeo clan invites themselves over to celebrate. While Kenneth and Ray destroy the turkey, the rest of the family create a game, checking off the various annoying things their relatives are known for. When Jimmy and his brother Billy decide to take their competition to the streets, the family discovers that Billy’s family is not as perfect as it seems. (8:30–9:00 p.m.)

MODERN FAMILY – “Thanksgiving Jamboree” – It’s going to be a Thanksgiving jamboree at the Pritchett-Tucker home this year, and Cameron has spared no expense. While Phil tries to get used to Rainer Shine (Nathan Fillion) dating his daughter, Hayley has to break it to her dad that she would rather spend the rest of her holiday with her new boyfriend than staying for the traditional family football game. Meanwhile, Jay has to figure out a way to keep his blood pressure down on one of the most stressful days of the year, as Gloria tries to show Joe that animals are our friends. Finally, Alex and Dwight get to know each other a little better than her Uncle Cam would like, while Mitchell has to stop clowning around and tell Cam the truth. (9:00–9:31 p.m.)

BLACK-ISH – “Auntsgiving” – Pops’ older sister, Almaviligerais (guest star Lorraine Toussaint), unexpectedly arrives for Thanksgiving, much to everyone’s delight except Ruby, who can’t stand her ex-sister-in-law. While Bow and Dre go on their last vacation before the baby arrives, the kids try to figure out why Ruby hates Almaviligerais so much. (9:31–10:00 p.m.)

Friday, November 18
LAST MAN STANDING – “My Father the Car” – Mike is determined to get Chuck to sell him a car recently left to him by his late father, but Joe (Jay Leno) might beat him to the punch. At the Baxter home, Kyle shows up with a family Thanksgiving heirloom and Vanessa doesn’t even try to hide her distaste for the hideous centerpiece. Meanwhile, Kristin and Ryan are forced to lay down some house rules after learning that Eve’s new boyfriend (Travis Tope) stayed over-night in their basement. (8:00–8:31 p.m.)

DR. KEN – “Allison’s Thanksgiving Meltdown” – Allison convinces a reluctant Ken that it would be a fun, family adventure to drive to her parents for Thanksgiving dinner. But along the way, a traffic jam combined with her husband and kids’ antics causes her to lose her usual cool. Meanwhile, Clark takes charge to serve Thanksgiving dinner at a shelter for the homeless, but his bossiness and unnecessary attention to details drives everyone a little crazy. (8:31–9:00 p.m.)

Tuesday, November 22
THE MIDDLE – “Thanksgiving VIII” – Frankie has come to the conclusion that April (guest star Greer Grammer) is not good enough for Axl and does everything in her power to keep her out of their annual Christmas family photo. But she finds herself vying for Axl’s attention by trying to rearrange timing for the family’s Thanksgiving dinner when she discovers that he plans to go to April’s multiple family get-togethers that day. Meanwhile, Sue goes ballistic when she discovers that Brick will now be her new co-worker at Spudsy’s. (8:00–8:30 p.m.)

AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE – “The Blow-Up” – It’s Thanksgiving, but Katie is less-than-thankful that the holiday features a visit from her least-favorite person, her mom Kathryn (guest star Wendie Malick, “Hot in Cleveland”), a self-centered former Pan Am stewardess. Surprisingly, it’s Katie’s nemesis, Viv (Leslie Bibb), who helps ease the tension when she invites herself to dinner. (8:30–9:00 p.m.)

Wedneday, November 23
A CHARLIE BROWN THANKSGIVING – ABC celebrates the start of the holiday season with the classic half-hour animated Thanksgiving-themed PEANUTS special, “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving,” created by late cartoonist Charles M. Schulz. A special bonus cartoon from Charles M. Schulz, “This Is America, Charlie Brown: The Mayflower Voyagers,” will air with the PEANUTS classic. The cast includes Todd Barbee as Charlie Brown, Robin Kohn as Lucy, Stephen Shea as Linus, Hilary Momberger as Sally, Kip DeFaria as Peppermint Patty, Jimmy Ahrens as Marcie and Robin Reed as Franklin. (Rebroadcast – ABC OAD: 11/16/01). (8:00–9:00 p.m.)

Friday, November 25
“Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town” – In the perennial favorite created in 1970 by Rankin-Bass Productions (“Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” “Frosty the Snowman”), Fred Astaire narrates this timeless tale of Kris Kringle (Mickey Rooney), a young boy with an immense desire to do good things for others. The vocal cast features Mickey Rooney as Kris Kringle, Keenan Wynn as Winter, Paul Frees as Burgermeister Meisterburger, Grimsby, the soldiers and the townsmen, Joan Gardner as Tanta Kringle, Robie Lester as Jessica and Andrea Sacino, Dina Lynn, Gary White and Greg Thomas as the children. (8:00–9:00 p.m.)

Monday, November 28
CMA COUNTRY CHRISTMAS – Some of the biggest stars in music have come together to celebrate the holidays on “CMA Country Christmas,” a two-hour special hosted for the seventh year by Jennifer Nettles. (8:00–10:01 p.m.)

Thursday, December 1
A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS – Celebrate the joy of the holidays with the classic animated Christmas-themed PEANUTS special, created by the late cartoonist Charles M. Schulz. In the digitally re-mastered 1965 special, Charlie Brown complains about the overwhelming materialism that he sees everywhere during the Christmas season. Lucy suggests that he become director of the school Christmas pageant, and Charlie Brown accepts, but it proves to be a frustrating struggle. When an attempt to restore the proper spirit with a forlorn little fir Christmas tree fails, Charlie Brown needs Linus’ help to learn the real meaning of Christmas. (Rebroadcast – ABC OAD: 12/20/91). (8:00–9:00 p.m.)

THE GREAT AMERICAN BAKING SHOW – It’s going to be a Very Mary Berry Christmas when “The Great American Baking Show” returns with a two-hour season premiere. Hosts Nia Vardalos (“My Big, Fat, Greek Wedding”) and Ian Gomez (“Cougar Town”) return with Britain’s “Royal Queen of Baking,” Mary Berry, and James Beard Award-winning pastry chef and author, Johnny Iuzzini, as judges where bakers from around the country will compete for the title of “America’s Best Amateur Baker.” Each week these bakers will share their recipes for holiday-themed fare with everything from cakes, cookies and pies on the dessert menu. “The Great American Baking Show” is from Love Productions and is executive produced by Richard McKerrow and Joey Allen. (9:00–11:00 p.m.)

Mondays, December 5, 12, 19
THE GREAT CHRISTMAS LIGHT FIGHT – It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas with ABC’s hit holiday decorating competition series, “The Great Christmas Light Fight,” returning for its fourth season with returning celebrity judges Taniya Nayak and Carter Oosterhouse. ”The Great Christmas Light Fight” features families and neighborhoods from across America decorating their homes to the extreme for Christmas in hopes of winning a cash prize and the coveted Light Fight trophy. The series will air for three consecutive weeks with back-to-back episodes. In each of the six one-hour episodes, four families compete for the $50,000 prize, with a total of $300,000 given away for the season, as they transform their homes into a festive wonderland for the holidays. (8:00–10:00 p.m.)

Thursday, December 8
TOY STORY THAT TIME FORGOT – Pixar Animation Studios’ special for television “Toy Story That Time Forgot” features your favorite characters from the “Toy Story” films. During a post-Christmas play date, the “Toy Story” gang find themselves in uncharted territory when the coolest set of action figures ever turn out to be dangerously delusional. It’s all up to Trixie, the triceratops, if the gang hopes to return to Bonnie’s room in this “Toy Story That Time Forgot.” The cast of “Toy Story That Time Forgot” includes Tom Hanks as Woody, Tim Allen as Buzz, Kristen Schaal as Trixie, Kevin McKidd (“Grey’s Anatomy”) as Reptillus Maximus, Wallace Shawn as Rex, Timothy Dalton as Mr. Pricklepants, Don Rickles as Mr. Potato Head and Joan Cusack as Jessie. (8:00–8:30 p.m.)

SHREK THE HALLS – DreamWorks Animation’s “Shrek the Halls,”starring America’s favorite ogre and his friends and featuring the voices of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz and Antonio Banderas. Just when Shrek thought he could finally sit back, relax and enjoy his happily ever after with his new family, the most joyous of all holidays arrives. It’s Christmas Eve, and everyone is filled with holiday cheer – except for Shrek. He isn’t exactly the picture of yuletide joy, but for the sake of Fiona and the kids, he tries to get into the spirit of things as only an ogre can. Unfortunately, everyone seems to have their own ideas about what Christmas is all about, so when Donkey, Puss In Boots, Gingerbread Man and the whole gang try to join in on the fun, Shrek’s plans for a cozy family celebration end up spiraling into one truly unforgettable Christmas. (8:30–9:00 p.m.)

Saturday, December 10
MARY POPPINS – Set in Edwardian London, the film features no-nonsense nanny Mary Poppins, who flies out of the windy London skies and into the home of two mischievous children of the wealthy and strict Banks family, Jane (Karen Dotrice) and Michael (Matthew Garber). With the help of a carefree chimney sweep named Bert (Dick Van Dyke), the spirited nanny sets off on a series of fantastic adventures with Bert and the children, and teaches their parents some lessons about love along the way. Disney’s beloved classic received a total of 13 Academy Award® nominations, including Best Picture, and won five, including Best Actress (Julie Andrews), Best Song (“Chim Chim Cher-ee”), Best Visual Effects, Best Film Editing, and Best Original Music Score. The movie features many classic songs, including “A Spoonful of Sugar,” “Jolly Holiday,” Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious,” “Feed the Birds,” “Chim Chim Cher-ee” and “Let’s Go Fly a Kite.” (8:00–11:00 p.m.)

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SUPERNATURAL Preview: A Family Hunting Trip


Dean seemed to have trouble adjusting to Mary’s return in this week’s SUPERNATURAL, not knowing how to deal with having his mother in his life. Sam, meanwhile, still refused to give up any information to Toni, who quickly turned to torturing him herself. When Cas got a lead on Toni’s location, Dean headed out to find his brother. He was hesitant to bring his mother along, but Mary insisted she could handle herself. After arriving at the seemingly abandoned farmhouse Dean went in alone, while Mary waited outside with Cas, who was warded against going into the building. Of course, Dean got himself captured, which meant Mama Winchester had to save both of her boys.

Rowena, meanwhile, wanted to leave her old life behind and had taken to dating rich men. But Crowley still wanted his mother’s help in settling a score with Lucifer. Speaking of Lucifer, we met the Devil’s newest vessel this week: Vince Vicente. He was a mildly popular rock star, but he was dealing with the grief of losing his wife. When Lucifer messed with his mind and appeared as his wife, he unknowingly agreed to be his vessel. Rowena and Crowley managed to trap Lucifer, but couldn’t send him back to the cage and the Devil trapped Rowena when Crowley ran for his life.

In the end, another British Men of Letters member — Mick — arrived to tell the brothers that he wanted to work with them, not against them. He gave them time to come around and then took Toni back to England to face consequences for going too far. Later, Toni told Mick that the Winchesters needed to go if they got in their way and Mick agreed, if it got that far. And we learned that Mr. Ketch — apparently a very dangerous man — was on his way from England.

In next week’s episode, the Winchester family goes on a hunt together, investigating a case involving a crying baby and an abandoned house. It looks like we’re dealing with some very creepy ghosts. Meanwhile, Crowley and Castiel team up to hunt down Lucifer/Vince.

Don’t miss an all new episode of SUPERNATURAL airing on Thursday, October 27 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.

THIS IS US: Race Issues Continue to Follow the Family


THIS IS US delicately weaves three main tales: one of race relations, one of of self-esteem issues, and one of overall family relationships. Each of these are equally important and equally relatable to our own lives today.

In tonight’s all new episode, THIS IS US brings race issues to the forefront with an episode titled “The Pool”. With their air conditioner broken, Rebecca and Jack take Kevin, Kate and Randall to the community pool. When Randall disappears and is found playing with other African-American children, one of the mothers tries to tell Rebecca about sending Randall to a barber who knows how to cut African-American hair. As you can imagine, Rebecca doesn’t take too kindly to the insinuation that her one son is different, particularly when it becomes clear that Randall would like to play with children who more closely resemble him. This is all a set-up for what’s happening in the present day as Randall learns that William spent time fighting racism in his youth. When William is mistakenly reported as a loiterer in Randall’s predominately white neighborhood, Randall makes it clear that he thinks about racism every day, even if he grew up in a white family.

Meanwhile, Kate’s body image issues haunt her in both the past and the present. Jack is encouraging of young Kate’s new bikini, but the other young girls at the pool make fun of her appearance. In the present day, Kate catches sight of Toby’s ex-wife, who happens to be very thin. This sends her into a spiral of self-doubt.

Finally, Kevin has arrived in New York and heads to his first audition for a Broadway play. He has a run-in with an actress who doesn’t think much of “The Manny” or his acting skills.

THIS IS US airs tonight (October 18) at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on NBC (U.S.) and CTV (Canada).

MADAM SECRETARY Sneak Peek: The McCord Family Hacking


There’s been a security breach inside the McCord family. On the season premiere of MADAM SECRETARY we learned that Jason’s computer had been the target of hackers, but it appears that something even bigger is at play. In tonight’s episode we learn that the FBI is helping the McCords investigate the hacking of Jason’s computer and whatever they learn eventually leads to the McCord children getting their own security detail. The girls seem alright with it, but Jason doesn’t like himself and his electronics being monitored.

Meanwhile, we learn that Algeria is on the brink of civil war and Elizabeth is attempting to negotiate a regime change to ensure stability. Unfortunately when Roy Curtis, the trusted U.S. Ambassador to Algeria dies, her plans go awry. At the same time, Henry learns that Hizb al-Shahid is destroying religious antiquities in Algeria, so he reaches out to Jose to see what the U.S. government can do to preserve them.

A new episode of MADAM SECRETARY airs tonight (October 16) at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on CBS (U.S.) and Global (Canada).

SUPERNATURAL Season 12 Premiere Recap: Rejoining the Family Business


We opened the season 12 premiere of SUPERNATURAL exactly where we left off — with Dean seeing his newly resurrected mother in the cemetery. She takes him to the ground the moment he reaches out for her and then introduces himself. She’s disbelieving since the Dean she remembers is only four years old, but flashbacks to her death and Dean’s tale of how John and Mary met convince her quickly. She embraces him lovingly. Later Dean is telling Mary about John’s death and about how he raised them as hunters. With that done, he tells her they should head home.

Then we cut to Castiel, who is shooting through the air like a comet before punching a hole through the ground. When a passing driver tells him he’s three hours from Lebanon, Kansas he puts the man to sleep and steals his car.

Meanwhile, Toni is dealing with a wounded Sam (who has been shot in the leg), so she recruits a random vet to clean and stitch up his wound and then ties him to a chair so she and her friend can torture him a bit. He threatens to kill both women, but she just wants to know more about the Winchesters, American hunters and how they saved the sun. Toni also insists that she knows him because they’ve been watching him for years. Some of the British Men of Letters wanted to step in and assist with the apocalypse and other big crises, but the “big man” didn’t want them to interfere. Now she insists they’re “here to help” and if he answers her questions she’ll let him go. But Sam isn’t in a mood to share and he taunts her to come at him. Thus the torture begins. She later explains the difference between the British MOL and American hunters — how the BMOL are so much more organized and effective. “We are good at our job,” she claims, before telling him they should work together. He refuses, so Toni’s friend burns him.

Mary and Dean arrive back at the bunker, where she admits she knows about the MOL but thought they were just a myth. The pair immediately become concerned when they see nothing but blood at the bunker and Dean starts looking for Sam and Cas. Cas returns and Mary confronts him, but Dean stops her from shooting the angel, saying he’s a friend. Cas explains what happened and Dean uses traffic cameras to find their first lead.

Crowley, on the other hand, is dealing with the still-free Lucifer, who is burning through vessels at an alarming rate. Other demons are in touch with Lucifer, but Crowley is hot on their tail. He manages to kill the demons who laugh at him for his recent predicament and then keeps chasing his prize.

Later Cas roughs up Toni’s driver, who provides them with another dead-end lead. At Sam’s prison, Toni suggests to her friend that they try to break Sam’s mind instead of his body. Fortunately for Sam’s wound-be rescuers, Mary, Dean and Cas find the vet that helped Sam, who provides them with Toni’s number.

Sam quickly realizes something is up when he finds himself unshackled in his cell with his burned foot bandaged. Enter Dean, who calls up Toni. He wants her to hand Sam back. “When I find you, and I will find you, if he’s not in one piece I will take you apart,” he threatens her. Sam, meanwhile, is not entirely in one piece. He’s hallucinating the death of people he knew and loved, all of whom are blaming him for their death and pain. As Dean, Cas and Mary head back to the bunker to trace the call, Toni’s associate gets the jump on them. With the help of some enchanted brass knuckles she takes down Dean and Castiel, at least until Mary stabs her through the chest with an angel blade.

Back in his prison cell, a guilt-ridden Sam grabs a piece of glass and slits his own throat.

At least, that’s what we were led to believe. It turns out he tricked Toni to get her into the cell so he could choke her. But she got the jump on him and locked him up again.

Back at the car, Mary tells Dean she never wanted this life for her children. Dean tells her he understands, but this is their life and he thinks “they make the world a better place”. As they head out to find Sam, the younger Winchester brother sits in his prison.

Don’t miss the next new episode of SUPERNATURAL on October 20 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW. You can watch a preview for the episode here.

SUPERNATURAL Extended Preview: Ghosts, Nazis, a New Devil and an Expanded Winchester Family is Coming in Season 12


The SUPERNATURAL production team is no stranger to cool-looking previews. Last season they started putting out bloopers and special promos on a YouTube channel and now they’ve delivered an extended preview for season 12 full of moody music and reverse action. To be specific, the majority of the preview below actually shows scenes in reverse, allowing the audience to see a lot of awesome special effects (such as a door getting put back together before a man slams through it).

The preview below seemingly covers several episodes in the first 8 episodes of the season. We know that the first two episodes will focus on the search for Sam, who has been kidnapped by the British Men of Letters and is being tortured. In episode 3 we’ll see Mary hunting with her boys. Episode 5, meanwhile, will have the return of the Thule Society and an appearance by Hitler (or the SUPERNATURAL version of Hitler, according to producer Andrew Dabb). Another episode later in 2016 will feature the Winchester brothers doled up in leather jackets as they attend a rock concert — one seemingly performed by Vince Vincete (a.k.a. Lucifer’s new vessel).

Watch the new SUPERNATURAL preview below and don’t miss the season premiere on Thursday, October 13 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.

SUPERNATURAL Season 12 Preview: The Family That Hunts Together….


Mary Winchester will be joining her sons in their hunting adventures on the upcoming twelfth season of SUPERNATURAL. In a new extended preview for the premiere we see Mary dressed up in FBI garb and investigating a case with her boys. We also see what looks like an early season 12 case with blood dripping from a faucet and from Mary’s eyes.

But before she can join the “family business”, Mary and Dean have to find a missing Winchester: Sam. Castiel crawls out of the hole that Lady Toni Bevell banished him to and makes his way back to the Men of Letters bunker. There he officially meets Mary Winchester and tells Dean that a woman kidnapped Sam. Cas joins the Winchesters on a hunt to track down Sam and once he’s reunited with his mother and brother, the trio set out on a case.

While the Winchesters hunt, Castiel teams up with Crowley for an angel/demon road trip to track down Lucifer, who has now jumped into the body of rockstar Vince Vicente.

Tune in to the season premiere of SUPERNATURAL on Thursday, October 13 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.

CHICAGO MED Sneak Peek: Maggie’s Family Reunion


We learn more about Maggie on this week’s CHICAGO MED as the doctors deal with a patient with a language barrier, a potential clash of authority, and an unusual pregnancy.

Maggie’s sister, Denise, is in town for their family reunion and she ends up in the ER. But it seems like she’s not entirely comfortable being there. Dr. Halstead and Maggie try to get her to stay, but she quickly shoots it down. The introduction in the preview below sends up some warning flags and we’re left wondering what Maggie’s sister is hiding.

Elsewhere on CHICAGO MED,  Dr. Manning and Jeff are working to narrow down exactly what their patient has, but are met with a language barrier, as their Indonesian patient speaks no English. What’s worse is that it seems he’s in terrible shape and the pair are struggling to figure out why.

Finally, Dr. Rhodes decides to take on a patient that requires a complicated heart surgery without talking to Dr. Latham about it, while Reese and Dr. Charles find themselves with a patient going through some unusual effects during her pregnancy.

Watch a new CHICAGO MED tonight (October 6) at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.

MODERN FAMILY Sneak Peek: Cam and Mitchell Get Blindsided and Luke Runs for President


Cam pulls a little “Blind Side” action in this week’s all new MODERN FAMILY. When he learns that his star football player is set to move in the middle of the season, Cam makes a rash decision and invites him to live at his house. When he brings the proposal to Mitchell, Mitchell says no. Unfortunately, Cam already promised the kid he would have a place to stay. Awk-ward.

Elsewhere, Luke’s principal tells Luke and Claire that he has terrible test scores, so he’ll need really good extra-cirriculars if he has any hope of getting into college. Luke decides to run for senior class president, but this pitts him against Manny, who desperately wants to win the election. Gloria and Jay try to convince Luke to let Manny have this one and not run, but Claire and Luke decide to throw his hat into the ring. This means war between the Dunphys and the Pritchett’s as Claire, Gloria and Jay act as campaign managers for their respective children.

Finally, Phil insists on helping Hayley now that she’s started her own promotion business. He wants to introduce her to marketing guru Merv Schechter (played by Martin Short), who “hasn’t seen a stress ball he can’t slap a logo on yet.”

A new episode of MODERN FAMILY airs tonight (October 5) at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.



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