By Tom Gliatto
December 11, 2000 12:00 PM

>Sunday, Dec. 10 ELVIS AND THE MEN WHO WOULD BE KING TLC (10 p.m. ET) Hour-long documentary about four Elvis impersonators with big hair and bigger dreams.

Monday, Dec. 11 A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS CBS (8 p.m. ET) The old Peanuts classic.

Tuesday, Dec. 12 ED NBC (8 p.m. ET) To impress a travel writer visiting Stuckeyville, Ed cooks up something called the Festival of Ducks.

Wednesday, Dec. 13 BIOGRAPHY: RANDY TRAVIS A&E (8 p.m. ET) The troubled, then happy life of the country star.

Thursday, Dec. 14 PRACTICAL MAGIC HBO (9 p.m. ET) A 1998 romantic comedy with Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman as two very good-looking witches.

Friday, Dec. 15 THE WEST WING NBC (9 p.m. ET) The President flies out to the West Coast while things get sticky in the Middle East.

Saturday, Dec. 16 THE PREACHER’S WIFE ABC (8 p.m. ET) Whitney Houston and Denzel Washington in Penny Marshall’s 1996 remake of the holiday perennial The Bishop’s Wife.