Get In the Christmas Spirit!

The Christmas season is the time to come together with family and friends. This year, RFD-TV offers great family-friendly programming you’ll want to enjoy together with your loved ones. From great gospel music to the joy and wonder of toy trains, special RFD-TV programs will bring the best of the Christmas season to your home throughout the holidays into 2018.

Check out the list of Christmas and New Year’s programming below.

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2017 RFD-TV Christmas Programming - All Times are Eastern
Dec. 212:00 PM“Best of America by Horseback”A Christmas Show taped before a live audience with nationally known music talent and United States Military bands (Part 2).
Dec. 216:30 PM“Gaither Gospel Hour”Christmas: A Time for Joy
Dec. 223:30 PM“The Penny Gilley Show Christmas Show”Country music from Fort Worth, Texas with hostess Penny Gilley. This week she welcomes guests Lisa Layne and Doug Allen Nash.
Dec. 225:00 PM“Big Joe Polka Show Classics”Classic Christmas episode of The Big Joe Polka Show.
Dec. 227:00 PM“The Jimmy Sturr Show”Christmas Special with Tri-City Singers and Joe Burns from the Mohegan Sun Pocono Casino in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania.
Dec. 229:00 PM“Texas Country Reporter”Intriguing holiday stories from the Texas backroads.
Dec. 235:00 PM“The Jimmy Dean Show”Jimmy’s guests are Porter Wagoner, Jerry Vale, The Quinto Sisters, Garry, Connie and Robert Dean, and Jim Henson’s Muppet Rowlf the Dog. (orig. aired Dec. 24, 1964).
Dec. 237:00 PM“Reno’s Old Time Music”Rhonda introduces a new song from her Christmas CD.
Dec. 237:30 PM“Presleys’ Country Jubilee”Christmas favorites and comedy from Presleys’ Country Jubilee in Branson, Missouri.
Dec. 238:00 PM“Opry Encore Christmas”This one-hour special features Joe Diffie, the Osborne Brothers, Steve Wariner, Jeannie Seely, Porter Wagoner, and Jean Shepard. (Originally recorded on 12/20/1997).
Dec. 239:30 PM“The Dailey & Vincent Show”Dailey & Vincent’s Christmas Special featuring special guest artist David Phelps (Part 2).
Dec. 2310:00 PM“Mollie B Polka Party”Mollie B 2014 Christmas Special from RFD-TV The Theater in Branson, Missouri (Part 2).
Dec. 245:30 PM“Cowboy Church”Cowboy Church Christmas in Waxahachie, TX. (2013, Part 2).
Dec. 246:00 PM“Midwest Country”The Christmas Show.
Dec. 259:00 AM“Andy Williams Christmas Special”Starring The Osmond Brothers and The Lennon Sisters.
Dec. 2511:00 AM“Presleys’ Country Jubilee Christmas”Join four generations of the Presley family as they perform their favorite Christmas music.
Dec. 2512:00 PM“Christmas with The Duttons”A live recording from their Christmas show in Branson, MO.
Dec. 251:00 PM“Small Town Big Deal”Join Rodney and Jann as they check out some extra-special Christmas celebrations in communities across the country.
Dec. 253:30 PM“I Love Toy Trains”Christmas Train Spectacular (Part 2). More Christmas layouts featuring Lionel trains, Dept. 56 buildings, and original music that take you back to some of your favorite nostalgic trains.
Jan. 17:00 AM“London’s New Year’s Day Parade”Ring in 2018 with our friends from across the pond as we air the 32nd Annual London New Year’s Day Parade.
Jan. 110:30 AM“2018 Rose Parade Pre-Show”Hosted by Christina Loren and Pam Minick – take a behind-the-scenes tour of the floats, performers, marching bands, horses, and myriad other special attractions as they all get ready to take their places in the spectacle that is the Tournament of Roses Parade, held annually in Pasadena, California.
Jan. 111:00 AM“129th Annual Tournament of Roses Parade”Welcome the new year with the spectacle and splendor of the Rose Parade! RFD-TV will air the parade on Monday, January 1, 2018 starting at 11:00 AM. Watch the incredible floats, bands and more as they make their way through sunny Pasadena, California.

This year, we are proud to team up with AgPhD for their Rose Parade debut with a “Salute to Farmers” float! The incredible 110' long float will include 100 farmers from across the USA as riders (a Rose Parade record)!