Tonight on Fox: ‘Ice Age – A Mammoth Christmas’

The half-hour animated special “Ice Age – A Mammoth Christmas” will air tonight on Fox, 8 p.m. CT.

Here’s the breakdown: When Sid destroys Manny’s favorite decorations, an angry Manny convinces Sid he is on Santa’s naughty list. Sid, Crash, Eddie and Peaches head to the North Pole to change Santa’s mind. But when they accidentally destroy Santa’s Workshop, it’s up to them to orchestrate a Christmas miracle.

The Arctic herd is brought to life by the voice talents of John Leguizamo, Ray Romano, Seann William Scott, Josh Peck, Ciara Bravo, Queen Latifah and Denis Leary.

Tonight: ‘Moonshiners’ and ‘Mafia’ Christmases

Take a peek at how the casts of “Moonshiners” and “Amish Mafia” celebrate the yuletide with special Christmas episodes tonight on Discovery.

At 7 p.m. (CT), the moonshiners share some of their favorite holiday traditions. Tim celebrates with his firehouse family and Josh cuts the best tree for his daughter. Mark and Jeff share a holiday dinner, Bill fashions handmade gifts, and Tickle offers some holiday tips.

At 9, on “A Very Amish Christmas,” Merlin takes it upon himself to teach everyone the true meaning of Christmas. Levi uses the holiday to make money off of the English, and Wayne protects his community while Esther reunites with John Freeman.

Discovery Channel is available to all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service.

Plenty of Cheer on ABC Family Tonight

ABC Family’s 25 Days of Christmas kicked off Sunday and includes original and classic holiday programming every evening through Dec. 25. Tonight’s line-up includes four longtime standards.

At 5 p.m. CT, Bill Murray stars as a cynical TV executive who is visited on Christmas Eve by otherworldly beings in the 1988 film “Scrooged.”

Chevy Chase stars as the lovable Clark Griswold in 1989’s “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation,” which follows at 7 p.m.

Next, at 9 p.m., Matthew Broderick and Danny DeVito star as neighbors bickering over one’s obsession with Christmas lights  in 2006’s “Deck the Halls.”

Late-nighters can catch America’s favorite blended family in “A Very Brady Christmas” (1988) at 11 p.m.

ABC Family is available to virtually all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service