Looking for love this Christmas? It might be right in your face. That’s the case for Malinda Williams, on TV anyway. She stars in Marry Me For Christmas on Aspire. Chi-town, stand up. Beyonce’s in town and she’s ready to rock, so you better be in the house. If you can’t make it to Chicago, you can catch Ginuwine or Kem in Washington, D.C. They’re both there the weekend, so if you’re in love, it’s the kind of show that will make you and your S/O feel good. If you’d just rather sit home and watch TV, Nia Long and Larenz Tate bring love and dope verses to the Chicago poetry scene of the 90′s in the insta-classic movie Love Jones. Or if you’d rather see a woman kickin’ butt – Zoe Saldana does her best in Columbiana. And of course, Madea’s back and just in time for Christmas.
HOT ON TV:
Friday, December 13
F/X 9 p.m.
Zoe Saldana goes medieval on the crew responsible for her parent’s murder
Saturday, December 14
Iyanla, Fix My Life
OWN, 9 p.m.
It’s the season finale of Iyanla: Fix My Life. Tune to watch as Iyanla supports brothers who say their absent father lied, betrayed them and kept an explosive secret for 35 years.
BET, 9 p.m.
Nia Long and Larenz Tate make up and break up in Chicago
Sunday, December 15
Marry Me For Christmas
Aspire, 8 p.m.
Malinda Williams is torn between a faux beau and an old love when she has to provide a fiancee for her family’s holiday event.
Sunday Night Football: Bengals at Steelers
NBC, 8:20 p.m.
The AFC North battles it out this week; Cincy drew first blood with a win in September
All Times Eastern
See how things got so crazy with the Duncan family in this prequel to The Family Business
A Madea Christmas
Tyler Perry is back as Madea in a movie Tom Joyner says is now his favorite Christmas movie of all time
Saving Mr. Banks
Tom Hanks is Walt Disney who must convince Mary Poppins author to sell the rights to her children’s classic
Jennifer Lawrence joins up with Bradley Cooper and director David O. Russell again for a comic take on a 70’s scandal
What In The Weekend With Nikki Woods: Have a Marry Christmas was originally published on blackamericaweb.com