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Photo Flash: First Look - SUBURGATORY's 'Krampus,' to Air 12/5

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Check out a first look at SUBURGATORY's upcoming episode, "Krampus," set to air on Dec. 5 on ABC!

"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 Carly asks for Carmen for Christmas, on "Suburgatory," WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5 (9:31-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

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Photo Flash: First Look - SUBURGATORY's 'Krampus,' to Air 12/5

Photo Flash: First Look - SUBURGATORY's 'Krampus,' to Air 12/5
Carly Chaikin, Cheryl Hines, Jeremy Sisto

Photo Flash: First Look - SUBURGATORY's 'Krampus,' to Air 12/5
Malin Akerman

Photo Flash: First Look - SUBURGATORY's 'Krampus,' to Air 12/5
Cheryl Hines, Carly Chaikin, Jeremy Sisto

Photo Flash: First Look - SUBURGATORY's 'Krampus,' to Air 12/5
SUBURGATORY - Parker Young

Photo Flash: First Look - SUBURGATORY's 'Krampus,' to Air 12/5
DEREK WATERS, Allie Grant, Parker Young, Chris Parnell, Ana Gasteyer

Photo Flash: First Look - SUBURGATORY's 'Krampus,' to Air 12/5


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