Brian Boitano Skating Spectacular
(4-6 p.m., NBC10) - Barry Manilow sings classic American tunes in support of what's become a classic holiday event. This year's production comes from San Francisco and features Olympic champions Dorothy Hamill, Viktor Petrenko and David Pelletier, as well as eight-time British national champion Steven Cousins and world champion Yuka Sato.
The Wizard of Oz
(7-9:15 p.m., TNT) - This 1939 classic about a girl from Kansas (Judy Garland) who finds herself in a fantasy world full of eccentric characters, some nice and some nasty, is fun for the entire family. Repeats at 9:15 p.m.
(8-10 p.m., CBS3) - Will Ferrell stars as a foundling raised by elves at the North Pole who ventures to New York City to find his biological father. It's an enjoyably goofy Yuletide tale, with James Caan as the Scrooge-like father figure and Zooey Deschanel as a jaded New Yorker who falls for the towering innocent.
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
(8-10 p.m., 6ABC) - Jim Carrey is in full, wacky flourish in director Brad Silberling's stylish, faithful take on Daniel Handler's books. Three orphans are set to stay with a series of guardians, the most notorious being Count Olaf (Carrey), who adopts various disguises in trying to swindle the kids out of the fortune they've inherited.
(8-9:30 p.m., HBO) - When they're stranded at an airport during the holiday season, several children turn the sprawling place into their private playground - to the alarm of the authorities and older travelers - in this spirited 2006 comedy sure to delight younger viewers. Tyler James Williams is among the stars who get to run rampant between gates.