There are usually two different types of people on Boxing Day.
The super early risers who like to hit the Oxford Street sales to bag those unreal deals, or the ones who just about manage to drag themselves out of bed around midday before devouring a leftover Christmas lunch sandwich.
However you choose to spend your Bank Holiday this year, you can always rely on the TV to have you covered on the best films and shows to watch so you can hang on to the last of the festive celebrations before the dreaded New Year’s plans begin to take shape.
We have the full schedule on what to watch on TV on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
The old Corrie lovers could reunite this Christmas
7:20am: Celebrity Lego Masters at Christmas (Channel 4)
9:00am: Strange Magic (BBC1)
9:20am: Amazing Hotels: Life beyond the Lobby (BBC 2)
9:25am: Free Willy 3: the Rescue (ITV)
10:20am: The Young Victoria (BBC2)
10:30am: The Princess and the Frog (BBC1)
Anika Noni Rose stars as the voice over for the 2009 film which follows the story of a waitress who is desperate to fulfill her dreams as a restaurant owner and sets out to turn a frog prince back into a human.
11:05am: The Witches (ITV)
12:00pm: Snow Chick: a Penguin’s Tale (BBC1)
1:25pm: Raiders of the Lost Ark (BBC1)
1:25pm: Kung Fu Panda 2 (Channel 4)
1:30pm: The Secret Life of Mary Poppins (BBC2)
3:15pm: The Highway Rat (BBC1)
5:40pm: The BFG (BBC1)
5:45pm: Mrs Doubtfire (Channel 4)
Robin Williams stars as Mrs Doubtfire
Robin Williams stars as divorced Daniel Hillard who hatches a plan to dress up as a woman and pretend to be a nanny in a desperate attempt to spend time with his children.
7:30pm: The Midnight Gang (BBC1)
7:30pm: Coronation Street (ITV)
8:00pm: Quantum of Solace (ITV)
8:00pm: The Crystal Maze: Celebrity Christmas Special (Channel 4)
8:30pm: Eastenders (BBC1)
Kat Moon will finally find out the truth about baby Cherry
(Image: BBC / Kieron McCarron)
Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) suffers a devastating blow when Alfie is revealed as the secret father of Hayley’s baby. Meanwhile, with Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) out of prison looking for revenge and Kim Fox giving birth – it’s safe to say it won’t be a quiet Christmas in Eastenders.
9:00pm: The ABC Murders (BBC1)
9:00pm: Big Fat Quiz of the Year (Channel 4)
9:00pm: Darcey’s Ballet Heroes (Channel 5)
9:00pm: Bridesmaids (ITV2)
10:00pm: Dirty Dancing (Channel 5)
10.20pm: Match of the Day (BBC1)
10:20pm: Love Actually (ITV)
11:00pm: The Green Mile (Channel 4)
11:15pm: Dragon’s Den (BBC2)