via press notes:

This Saturday, Dec. 3, Nickelodeon will roll out special holiday-themed episodes of its live action hits beginning at 8 p.m. (ET/PT) with a brand-new Christmas episode of Victorious followed by encores of the hour-long Big Time Rush special “Big Time Christmas” at 8:30 p.m. (ET/PT) and iCarly “iChristmas” at 9:30 p.m. (ET/PT).

Victorious “A Christmas Tori” features a cast musical performance of the brand-new song “It’s Not Christmas Without You,”  which will be available on iTunes Saturday, Dec. 3.

Below is information on Nick’s holiday programming for the evening as well as episodic clips from Victorious “A Christmas Tori” and “Big Time Christmas” to post in advance of Saturday’s debut.



8:00 p.m. (ET/PT) – Victorious “A Christmas Tori” (Premiere)

It’s holiday time at Hollywood Arts and the kids have to find the perfect Secret Santa gifts for each other because whoever gives the worst gift has to go door-to-door yodeling with Sikowitz.  “A Christmas Tori” features a musical performance, “It’s Not Christmas Without You” by Victoria Justice, Leon Thomas, Ariana Grande and Elizabeth Gillies.

8:30 p.m. (ET/PT) – Big Time Rush “Big Time Christmas” (Encore)

The guys are excited to head back to Minnesota for the holidays, but Gustavo tells them they have to stay in L.A. to record a three-song Christmas EP, and it looks like they’ll be spending their first Christmas away from home if they don’t get it done in time.  Gustavo plans a new Yardquirrels album (an Alvin & Chipmunk-type novelty band that Gustavo had a hit with in the ‘90s).  The hour-long special guest stars Miranda Cosgrove and Snoop Dogg and features three musical performances by Big Time Rush: an exclusive duet with Miranda Cosgrove of the contemporary classic “All I Want for Christmas is You;” an animated music video with Snoop Dogg featuring an original song “Let’s Stay In Our PJs (All Christmas Long); and a holiday song “Beautiful Christmas.”

9:30 p.m. (ET/PT) – iCarly “iChristmas” (Encore)

In an attempt to spice up the Christmas tradition with an unconventional tree, Spencer accidentally sets fire to all of Carly’s presents.  Distraught, she wishes that she had a normal brother.  A Christmas angel visits Carly and shows her exactly what her life would be like if Spencer were more normal.

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