What to Watch on Friday: It’s time for ‘Frosty’

12/06/2013 6:00 AM

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Frosty the Snowman (8pm, CBS) - Jimmy Durante narrates the classic story about a warmhearted man of snow, who will melt unless he can get to the North Pole in time.

Yes, Virginia (8:30pm, CBS) - An 8-year-old girl in 1897 New York tries to discover if Santa Claus actually exists and writes a letter to a newspaper editor as a last resort to find the answer. Features the voices of Beatrice Miller, Alfred Molina, Neil Patrick Harris and Jennifer Love Hewitt.

The Neighbors (8:30pm, ABC) - Jackie’s folks help Marty and Debbie clean up after a water pipe bursts in their house, but their camaraderie gets on Jackie’s nerves. Meanwhile, Larry continues his job search to prove to his in-laws that he can support his family.

Raising Hope (9pm, Fox) - The Chances get new neighbors, but Burt begins to think there’s more to them than meets the eye.

Grimm (9pm, NBC) - Nick and Hank deal with an apparent case of demon possession involving the Wesen Council.

Grammy Nominations Concert (10pm, CBS) - Nominations for the 2014 Grammy Awards are announced, with performances by Drake, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Robin Thicke and Keith Urban. LL Cool J hosts.

Haven (10pm, Syfy) - William exposes Audrey to the truth about her origins, whether she wants to hear it or not. At the same time, a curse is unleashed that brings with it new Troubles for Haven.

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