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Dave Chappelle is coming to town. Now that the beloved Chappelle Show is gone, this is your only chance to see him, so check out his standup dates. If you’re not in the Christmas spirit yet, or don’t celebrate it at all, the classic movie It’s a Wonderful Life is still a good one to watch and its on Friday night. If you sadly have a loved one in jail this holiday, it’s not too late to get them a copy of Hill Harper’s inspiring book Letters to An Incarcerated Brother. And if you’d rather just hear Beyonce, you can do so live if you’re near Brooklyn, she’s wrapping up this leg of her U.S. tour in Brooklyn this weekend. Whatever you choose to do, do it safely and have a safe and enjoyable holiday season.


All Times Eastern

Friday, December 20

It’s a Wonderful Life

James Stewart stars in the perennial Christmas classic

NBC, 8 p.m.

Remember the Titans

AMC, 8 p.m.

Denzel Washington tries to bring wins and racial harmony to a divided high school football team

For Colored Girls

Tyler Perry’s adaptation of the classic Ntozake Shange stage play

BET, 8 p.m.

Saturday, December 21

Waiting to Exhale

BET, 8 p.m.

Whitney Houston and Angela Bassett star in this adaptation of Terry McMillan’s bestselling book

Sunday, December 22

Sunday Night Football: Bears at Eagles

Two teams with the same exact win/loss records face off in Philly


Letters to an Incarcerated Brother

Hill Harper pens loving and insightful letters to young men in jail



Joaquin Phoenix gets his real and virtual worlds confused when he falls in love with his computer’s voice. Directed by Spike Jonze.


American Hustle 

Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper team up for a comedic look at the ABSCAM scandal of the 70′s.

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