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On TV tonight, there really is something for everyone. Feast your eyes, before you feast on Christmas dinner.

Spider-Man

From today, Sky Cinema

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Spidey might have gone through numerous incarnations over the years, but Toby Maguire's turn as the webslinger is one of the best. This film focuses on the origin of Spider-Man, how a shy and awkward high school student named Peter Parker gains spider-like abilities, and how he uses them to fight evil after his family is struck by tragedy. Kirsten Dunst, Willem Dafoe and James Franco also star.

Motherwell vs Aberdeen

7:45pm, BT Sport 1

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Another clash between these two Scottish Premiership teams was abandoned earlier in the month due to failing floodlights, so let's hope there are no such issues this time around. Aberdeen currently sits quite a few places above Motherwell, so the home team will have its work cut out.

The Graham Norton Show

10:35pm, BBC One

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It's another star-filled sofa for Norton this week, with Will Smith, Helen Mirren and Naomie Harris joining him to talk about their new film 'Collateral Beauty'. Martin Freeman is also on hand to tell all about the forthcoming series of 'Sherlock', while Katie Melua performs live. Plus audience members will try to impress with festive stories from the big red chair. Let's hope they don't get flipped.

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