“Charlie Brown Thanksgiving”: How to Watch

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“Charlie Brown Thanksgiving”: How to Watch

It’s the season for holiday movies and TV specials, and Charlie Brown is on TV this year, thanks to a reaction in 2020 after the Peanuts specials were originally scheduled to be broadcast over the air.

The only downside is that, while A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving is available to stream on Apple TV(plus), the PBS viewing window has passed. The legendary Christmas special aired on Sunday, Nov. 2 thanks to Apple TV(plus) partnering with PBS for a primetime presentation – which means you can’t view it on TV unless you recorded it using your DVR.

A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving is a famous holiday ritual that begins with the Peanuts gang meeting in a tradition that fans can’t get enough of. Even though the iconic character is traveling to meet his grandma, Peppermint Patty invites everyone to Charlie Brown’s for Thanksgiving in the short film. Naturally, Snoopy decides to prepare his own Thanksgiving lunch with the help of his pals. The one-night special aired at 7:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, Nov. 21. (check your local listings). It’s also available to stream in HD on Apple TV(plus) at your leisure, albeit you’ll have to subscribe to the service, unlike last year.

Do you recall any of @Snoopy’s special Thanksgiving delicacies for the (hashtag)ACharlieBrownThanksgiving feast?!

Find out tonight at 7:30/6:30c on PBS when the special one-night event airs! pic.twitter.comFKNtj8xRF3 Last year, the Charlie Brown special was canceled for the first time in more than 30 years, causing outrage among fans and watchers and generating a Change.org petition. Starting with the cancellation of ABC’s It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown for Halloween 2020, it was stated that the Peanuts group would now solely air programming on Apple TV(plus) rather than on a national network.

“To our shock and dismay, last night it was announced that Apple had swiped the football from us and claimed the specials for their Apple TV platform, leaving us devoted fans who have grown up with Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang in the dark, unable to watch,” the petitioner, Michael Nebbia, wrote. “It’s no longer appropriate to say ‘Good Grief.’ Our battle… Summary of Entertainment News from Brinkwire.

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