Charles M. Schulz’s beloved peanut gang lives on network television for their annual-television holiday special.
Wally’s Jason Freley reports on Charlie Brawn’s Holiday Specials (Part 1).
Covid-19 has settled the theatrical vs. streaming debate, with many major releases premiering on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime or HBO Max instead of multiplexes.
However, one last formation of the TV tradition still survives, as Charles M. Schulz’s beloved peanut gang lives on network television for their annual-television holiday special.
Fan reaction erupted after Apple TV + aired “This Great Pumpkin Charlie Braun” (1966), especially on Halloween, and the annual network TV tradition was broken.
Last week, PBS struck a deal with Apple to offer ad-free broadcasts of both Christmas and Christmas specials, giving fans a significant choice of options to watch Charlie Braun, Linus, Lucy, Snoopy and the entire Peanut Gang. Information received.
“A Charlie Brain. Thanksgiving” (1973) aired on PBS on Sunday night and will air again for free on Apple TV + from Friday to Friday, even without your subscription.
Similarly, “A Charlie Bra Christmas” (1965) will air on PBS and PBS Kids on December 13 at 7:30 pm. It will also air on Apple TV + from December 11 to December 13, although paid customers Be able to watch it on Apple TV first, starting December 4.
More ways to watch our beloved TV special is always a good thing, although the past year has seen a clear shift to streaming apps in our fragmented media landscape.
Every time we prepare to end the new era of TV, Lucy draws football.
Sadly, the holidays are a good time for a ceasefire in TV wars.
Wally’s Jason Freley reports on Charlie Brawn’s Holiday Specials (Part 2).
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