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7p.m. on4 FOX 2018 MLS Cup
The culmination of the 2018 Major League Soccer season comes tonight at either Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta or Red Bull Arena in New Jersey, as the champions of the Eastern andWestern Conferences vie in the 2018 MLS Cup. Last year, Toronto FC defeated the Seattle Sounders FC 2-0 in the title game — but it won’t be repeating as the defending champs failed to qualify for the postseason.
7p.m. onFREE Disney’s Fairy TaleWeddings: Holiday Magic
Married dancers and choreographers Allison Holker and Stephen “tWitch” Boss co-host this all-new installment of enchanting nuptial ceremonies atWalt DisneyWorld Resort in Florida. Since those Disney geniuses rarely miss a marketing opportunity, this year’s special throws a spotlight on the company’s huge Christmas movie release, “Mary Poppins Returns.” Country music superstar Martina McBride also performs.
7p.m. onHALL Movie: Homegrown Christmas
After spending years successfully running her own company, shoe designer Maddie (Lori Loughlin) sells the business and accepts her mother’s (Gwyneth Walsh) invitation to come home for Christmas and reconnect with her long-ignored family. Her younger sister, Hallie (Kate Isaac), gives her a chilly reception, and things aren’t very comfortable for her with Carter (VictorWebster), the former beau she abandoned to move to New York. As Maddie begins to mend fences, another tempting business prospect lands in her lap.
7p.m. onLIFE Movie: Santa’s Boots
Holly (Megan Hilty) isn’t expecting anything unusual when she makes her annual Christmas trip back to her hometown, where she’s totally blindsided by the news that the family business, a department store, is teetering on the brink of foreclosure in this new holiday gender-switched spin on “Cinderella.” Pitching in as Santa’s helper, Holly takes an instant liking to Nick (Noah Mills), the store’s surprisingly young Santa. As Christmas looms, however, Nick abruptly disappears, leaving Holly to search for him with only one clue: a black boot he left behind.