TV: Scotty McCreery new Hallmark movie ‘Five More Minutes’

You Make It Feel Like Christmas (8 p.m., Lifetime) – This movie follows Emma, a talented designer who finds herself too busy to return home for the holidays, much to her father’s chagrin. When her ex-boyfriend finds out, he tries to convince her to celebrate Christmas with her family.

A Rich Christmas (8 p.m., BET) – In this movie, a spoiled and ungrateful socialite learns a valuable lesson one Christmas after her wealthy father forces her to work at the first property he ever owned — a family homeless center.

A Christmas Together With You (8 p.m., Hallmark) – In this Hallmark Christmas movie, a woman planning on spending the holidays alone instead goes with her father figure on a road trip to find his first true love.

Five More Minutes (10 p.m., Hallmark Movies & Mysteries) – We are excited for this one! This new movie, inspired by Scotty McCreery’s song “Five More Minutes,” is about a woman’s Christmas wish being answered in unexpected ways when her late grandfather’s journal turns up and reveals an untold romance. Here’s everything you need to know about the movie (and song), including when it will repeat and how to find the channel.

48 HOURS: A Killer in the Family Tree (10 p.m., CBS) – Correspondent Erin Moriarty interviews Chelsea Rustad, who uploaded her DNA to a public database hoping to find other branches of her family tree, and discovered instead that someone in her family may have committed a double murder. Rustad’s relative was the killer of Tanya Van Cuylenborg, 18, and her boyfriend, Jay Cook, 20, in 1987. He eluded police for 31 years and was identified in just two hours by genetic genealogist CeCe Moore. The broadcast features interviews with Rustad and Moore, but also looks at the murder case, and explores questions about the use of genetic databases by everyday people and how the new wave of investigators can bring life to cold cases.

Saturday Night Live (11:30 p.m., NBC) – Simu Liu hosts and Saweetie performs.

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Brooke Cain is a North Carolina native who has worked at The News & Observer for more than 25 years. She is the service journalism editor and writes about TV and local media for The N&O’s Happiness is a Warm TV blog.

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