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getTV is a division of Sony that was created in 2013, where viewers can enjoy classic movies and television programs that were on the air prior to the 1980's. This holiday season, getTV will be offering rarely seen #Christmas variety shows each Wednesday night at 8:00 PM between #November 25 and December 23. The festive lineup includes hosts such as Sonny & Cher, Bing Crosby, Mitzi Gaynor, Perry Como, and many more celebrities. There will also be a 30-hour marathon that begins at noon on Christmas Day. The extravaganza will begin with holiday-themed episodes from Judy Garland, Merv Griffin, and Andy Williams. A report by PR Newswire confirms all of this information and what is reported below.

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Old skool TV at it's best

getTV is a popular channel for baby boomers and those who grew up enjoying television programming of the 1970's and early 1980's. Some of the regular shows that can be viewed are "In the Heat of the Night," "Airwolf," and "7th Heaven." If you enjoy old skool television variety shows, check your local listings to see where you can find this network. Many aging Americans enjoy watching the television shows they grew up with, so this holiday season they can do just that.

Yuletide classics hosted by some of the most popular names in Hollywood are sure to bring back fond memories of Christmas time long ago. getTV announced on their website that many of the shows being featured during this #holiday extravaganza have not been seen since they debuted more than 40-50 years ago.

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This will really give viewers something to look forward to this season.

The getTV Christmas shows will bring back fond memories

Those who tune in to this holiday extravaganza are sure to be pleased with what they will be viewing. Mel Torme will be singing "The Christmas song," (Chestnuts roasting on an open fire). Torme is one who originated this popular tune. Judy Garland will offer renditions of "Have yourself a merry little Christmas," and "Winter Wonderland." Andy Williams and his brothers will sing with the Osmond family and although it was not listed perhaps the viewing audience will get to hear Williams and the late David Bowie doing the duet of "The Little Drummer Boy."

If you miss any episodes of the Christmas extravaganza, they each will have encore performances. You can find the entire schedule of programs at https://www.get.tv/schedule. Remember the fun begins on Wednesday night, November 25. Kick back with a cup of hot chocolate or your favorite tea and enjoy reminiscing about holidays past.