TV Christmas line-up: What TV shows are available on ITV Hub over the festive season?

ITV ARE bringing their viewers a whole host of festive treats this Christmas.

And if that wasn't enough, you'll be able to watch all evening shows BEFORE they air on the ITV Hub.

What TV shows are available on ITV Hub over the festive season?

Viewers won’t have to wait to unwrap their festive TV treats this Christmas, as ITV has revealed how over the festive period, evening shows will be available on ITV Hub each morning – before they are aired later on.

Whether it's the feature length Christmas special of The Larkins or the Christmas Day episodes of Coronation Street and Emmerdale, viewers won’t have to wait.

The full list of shows, which will be made available on ITV Hub from 7am, ahead of their evening broadcast, include:

Christmas Eve

Tipping Point: Lucky Stars Christmas Special – 3.55pm

Host Ben Shephard bring you a celebrity version of his famous daytime quiz show.

There is a brand new batch of celebrities hoping they have what it takes to beat the extraordinary machine and win thousands of pounds for charity.

The star-line up is Scarlett Moffatt, Bobby Norris and Anton Du Beke.

The Chase Celebrity Christmas Special -5:30pm

Bradly Walsh is back again with his annual festive edition of his teatime quiz show.

But the difference is, celebrity guests will take on the famous Chasers

The star line-up is yet to be released, but as soon as we know

Gino's Italian Family Adventure: A Festive Feast – 6.30pm

Famous Italian chef Gino D’Acampo will be returning to Italy for a festive special.

He will be joined on his Italian journey by his wife and children.

In the ITV show, the family will be sampling a very Italian Christmas, and will show viewers how they can do the same from home.

Bradley and Barney: Breaking Dad at Christmas – 9pm

The one-off Xmas special sees the father-and-son team travel to Iceland to take in the winter sights.

ITV says that they will explore volcanoes, glaciers and breath-taking landscapes, finding Christmas joy and terrifying challenges in equal measure.

Bradley said about the show: “Barney knows I hate the cold but I love Christmas, so I had to say yes to a festive road trip around Iceland.

“I just hope I can find somewhere to roast my chestnuts.”

Christmas Comedy Club with Lost Voice Guy – 10.30pm

Britain's Got Talent winner Lost Voice Guy is hosting a one-of yuletide show.

Viewers will see Lee joined live by some of the biggest names in comedy to treat viewers to a night of laughs and entertainment.

Expect lots of laughs and fun in this festive feast.

Paul O Grady: For The Love of Dogs at Christmas – 5.30pm

Warmth and humour are the order of the day as Paul tries to give the dogs the best Christmas present of all – a new home. 

Dog lover Paul is on hand to help pooches in need this Christmas time.

Expect lots of tears and laughter from this festive special of the hit ITV show.

Christmas Day

The Masked Singalong – 6pm

Don't miss this special spin-off of The Masked Singer.

Called titled The Masked Singalong, the show will see never-before-seen holiday performances.

You and your family can sing along with this festiev treat.

The Larkins Christmas Special – 9pm

The series may have come to an end on ITV, but those adorable Larkins are back for a festive edition of the show.

Don't miss the adventure of Pop Larkin and is HUGE family as they navigate Christmas.

This show is bound to warm your heart on Christmas Day.

Boxing Day

Saturday Night Takeaway Presents: Double Trouble – 4.15pm

Ant and Dec are back for a special edition of their Saturday night show.

There will be more capers from the Geordie duo.

ITV are yet to reveal anymore details on the festive special of this show.

All Star Musicals at Christmas – 8pm

The celebs will receive mentoring from esteemed West End choreographers and vocal coaches before performing for a panel of expert judges and a live audience.

Making up the panel are West End legend Elaine Paige, Frozen star Samantha Barks and Hamilton’s Trevor Dion Nicholas.

Those taking part are presenter Fern Britton, actor Ben Miller, former-MP and broadcaster Gyles Brandreth, presenter Anita Rani, actress Catherine Tyldesley, and sports presenter Radzi Chinyanganya.

Billy Connolly: My Absolute Pleasure – 9.30pm

The show is a follow-up to It’s Been A Pleasure which marked the comic's decision to step back from stand-up after 50 years.

A year later, Billy, who has Parkinson's, invites viewers into his Florida Keys home where he shows off his new lifestyle.

While he also shares his favourite stand-up routines, some which have never before been seen on telly.

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