via press release:

Celebrate the Holidays with ABC Stars from Various Shows with Live Tweeting!



                ABC is in the holiday spirit! To celebrate our “Home for the Holidays” tradition, we are hosting live twitter chats with our ABC stars during their holiday-themed episodes. Join us for merriment, laughter and good cheer starting Monday, December 3 and continuing through Tuesday, December 18. During this time, fans of ABC primetime shows will be able to join in conversations with talent and other fans, as we all enjoy this special time of year.


To be part of ABC’s Season’s Tweetings, fans should follow the schedule below of participating stars and their respective shows, as well as at In order to participate, be sure to use the appropriate show hashtags and enjoy our Season’s Tweetings!



The ABC’s Season’s Tweetings schedule is as follows:


Monday, December 3, 10:00-11:00 p.m., ET

“Castle,” @Castle_ABC, #Castle

Follow: Molly Quinn @MollyQuinn93


Wednesday, December 5, 8:00-8:30 p.m., PT

“The Middle,” @TheMiddle_ABC, #TheMiddle

Follow: Patricia Heaton @PatriciaHeaton


Wednesday, December 5, 8:30-9:00 p.m., ET

“The Neighbors,” @TheNeighborsABC, #TheNeighbors

Follow: Tim Jo @hellotimjo


Wednesday, December 5, 9:31-10:00 p.m., ET

“Suburgatory,” @SuburgatoryABC, #Suburgatory

Follow: Carly Chaikin @carlychaikin


Friday, December 14, 8:00-8:31 p.m., PT

“Last Man Standing,” @LastManABC, #LastManStanding

Follow: Amanda Fuller @amandafuller27


Friday, December 14, 8:31-9:00 p.m., ET

“Malibu Country,” @Malibu_Country, #MalibuCountry




MONDAY, DECEMBER 3 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET):

“Secret Santa” – When a bearded, rotund man in a red Santa suit with an ID reading Kris Kringle falls from the sky in Central Park, Castle and Beckett are on the hunt to find the person who killed Santa. But everything isn’t holiday cheer, as they discover St. Nick may have been more naughty than nice. Meanwhile, Castle and Beckett prepare for their first Christmas together, on “Castle.”



WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5 (8:00-8:30 p.m., ET):

“Christmas Help” – Christmas doesn’t seem so merry to Mike when he helps brother Rusty (Norm Macdonald) move some furniture into the Heck house garage and discovers that Rusty doesn’t actually own the items. Meanwhile, Frankie hatches a plan to take a part time holiday job in a department store in order to get an employee discount to buy presents; Axl turns the garage with the stolen furniture into his own bachelor pad; and Reverend TimTom makes a bold choice by casting Brick in a holiday play and tasks an overly zealous Sue with baking cookies for the event, on “The Middle.”



WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5 (8:30-9:00 p.m., ET):

“Merry Crap-Mas” – The Weavers ask the Bird-Kersees to hide the multitude of Christmas gifts they’ve purchased for Amber, Max and Abby. But when Marty and Debbie are put off by their kids’ entitled attitude towards the holiday, they decide to return all the gifts and put the money toward a family vacation where they can focus on the true meaning of the holiday. There’s just one problem: Larry Bird has opened one of their gifts, spawning a frenzy of gift opening among the aliens and leaving the Weavers with no gifts and no way to pay for the trip. Can alien “Scrooge” Larry Bird save Christmas for the Weavers?



WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5 (9:31-10:00 p.m., ET):

“Krampus” – When George sends Tessa to NY for a Christmas excursion with her mom, he assumes that he’s given her the best present ever. Tessa soon learns to be careful what you wish for, and she finds herself missing George and Chatswin. Meanwhile Ryan finds out that he was adopted — throwing the Shay family in turmoil — and Dalia asks for Carmen for Christmas, on “Suburgatory.”



FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14 (8:00-8:31 p.m., ET):

“Putting a Hit on Christmas” – Vanessa, worn out from the recent Thanksgiving holiday, longs for the quiet, no-fuss Christmases when it was just her and Mike. Since he doesn’t have a clue about what to get Vanessa for Christmas, he decides a family-free holiday is the perfect gift, and now must figure out a way to get Boyd and the girls away for the holidays. Meanwhile, Ed mistakenly shoots an American bald eagle instead of a turkey, on “Last Man Standing.”



FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14 (8:31-9:00 p.m., ET):

“Merry Malibu Christmas” – Reba is shocked when Kim is chosen over her to sing a solo during the church’s Christmas service, and June confides in Cash that she is beginning to question her faith in God, on “Malibu Country.”

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