You've opened your Christmas presents, eaten far too much and properly enjoyed a glass of bubbly or two — now what?
To collapse in front of the TV for some festival specials, of course!
And when it comes to Christmas Day TV, it seems Wallace and Gromit are always a hit with the family.
According to viewing figures for the top 10 most viewed programmes on Christmas Days since 2005, Wallace and Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death had the highest average number of viewers tuning in, with 14.3m watching the show when it aired in 2008.
Click below for festive telly favorites, according to Christmas Day viewers
And we're no stranger to some festive drama either — six of the top ten spots went to episodes of EastEnders.
The 2007 two-part Christmas epsiode where Stacey Slater and Max Branning's affair was dramatically revealed came second with 13.9 million viewers, and the first part was also in the top 10 with 11.6 million viewers.
The Doctor took two top ten spots — 2007's Voyage of the Damned, starring David Tennant and Kylie Minogue, bagged 12.2 million viewers, and 2008's The Next Doctor, which saw Cybermen causing havoc in Victorian London, had an audience of 11.7 million.
The Vicar of Dibley made the top ten with its Christmas special in 2010.
The most recent programmes in the chart were aired in 2010, suggesting that in recent years people have been viewing festive specials via catch-up services or recording them for later.
But it seems we still love our festive telly — of the top 10 top rated programmes by people on IMDB over the past nine years, last year's Call the Midwife special came top, rated 9.1 out of 10 by viewers.
Close behind was the 2006 Vicar of Dibley Christmas special and the 2011 Downton Abbey special, where Matthew finally proposes to Mary, rated nine out of 10.
The most watched Christmas Day film was Shrek 2, which got 9.1 million viewers in 2007 — but the top rated film was Toy Story 3, rated 8.4 out of 10.
(Figures are based on the overnight ratings for programmes, so the estimates of how many people actually watched them live on Christmas Day, and don't include updates that add in people watching repeats or catch up TV.)