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Here’s how to watch your favorite vacation classics: Frosty the Snowman, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, and more

Here's how to watch your favorite vacation classics: Frosty the Snowman, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, and more

Thanksgiving is finally here, and that means it’s the holidays officially arrived. So when you’ve seen the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade come to an end, break out all of these decorations without judging your neighbors that it’s “too early” and ring in the best time of the year with some classic Christmas deals .

From the likeable little tree in A Charlie Brown Christmas to a not entirely ominous, but surely grumpy Dr. Seuss character and his two numbers too small hearts, classic Christmas TV specials like Frosty the snowman and How the Grinch stole Christmas are packed with holiday nostalgia.

But if you want to see Rudolph and his so bright Win your nose and help sweeten Santa Claus’ day by saving Christmas this holiday season you might face a little challenge. In the age of streaming, it can be difficult to find many of these older vacation deals online.

CBS has released its vacation schedule, which includes popular specials like Frosty the snowman, Frosty return and Rudolf, the red-nosed reindeer, but if you’ve cut the cord or just want the chance to stream these specials in your spare time, read on to find out how to watch all of your favorite Christmas classics this year:

A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Day

A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Day
Apple TV +

It’s the big Thanksgiving special, Charlie Brown! Join Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Woodstock, Lucy, Peppermint Patty, Marcie, Franklin, Linus and Sally for their little Thanksgiving dinner in the backyard that the beloved and always brave Peppermint Patty decides to force Charlie Brown to throw (despite his existing plans). Snoopy cooks his own Thanksgiving meal with the help of Woodstock, and everyone ends up having a wonderful – and popcorn-filled – time.

A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Day is available to stream exclusively on Apple TV +.

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Frosty the snowman

Frosty The Snowman

In 1969 Frosty the snowman, Karen and her friends decide to make a snowman to celebrate Christmas Eve and put a top hat of the magician Professor Hinkle on the head of the snowman. The magical hat brings Frosty to life and he and the kids dance and play together. But Professor Hinkle is saddened by his lost hat and the temperature is slowly rising, so the kids and Frosty make their way to the North Pole to keep Frosty cool. Many pitfalls crop up on their journey, but in the end it just takes a little bit of Christmas magic to save the day.

If you have cables, you can catch it Frosty the snowman on Freeform as it will air six times during the station’s ’25 Days of Christmas’ lineup. CBS also airs Frosty the snowman, on Friday, November 26th, at 8:00 p.m., followed by the 1992 animated sequel, Frosty return, on November 26th at 8:30 p.m. You can watch CBS on a streaming platform with live TV services such as fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, and Parent + (all offer free trials).

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How the Grinch stole Christmas

How The Grinch Stole Christmas
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Although there have been many adaptations with this grumpy Seuss character, the original 1966 cartoon is from How the Grinch stole Christmas is an undeniable classic. The Grinch and his “two sizes too small” heart live in a cave outside of Whoville, and one fateful Christmas Eve he is overwhelmed by his hatred of the holidays and the Grinch sets out to drag an inverted Santa into the village, stealing with the careful help of his dog Max with all of their decorations and gifts. The Grinch manages to steal all of the physical symbols of Christmas, but finds the Christmas cheer of the Whoville residents, who gather without gifts or decorations to all sing together on Christmas morning.

The Grinch finally understands the real meaning of Christmas and his heart grows three sizes as he returns the stolen material to the Whoville people and attends the Christmas celebrations.

You can stream this cartoon briefly How the Grinch stole Christmas At peacock with a premium subscription for $ 5 a month.

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Rudolf, the red-nosed reindeer

Rudolf, The Red-Nosed Reindeer
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When Santa’s reindeer and his wife have a new baby, they are shocked to find that little fawn Rudolph has a bright red nose. When his colleagues discover that he is different, they cast him out. Rudolph befriends Hermey, the elf who runs away from Santa’s workshop because he dreams of becoming a dentist instead of making toys, and Yukon Cornelius, a prospector who spent his life looking for silver and gold wears.

The trio go on adventures, first to the Island of Misfit Toys and then to save Rudolph’s friends and family from the hideous snow monster. When they return, an approaching blizzard threatens the state of Christmas, and Rudolph and his glowing nose step in to save the day.

This popular Christmas special from 1964 is available at Prime Video for $ 10.

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A Charlie Brown Christmas

A Charlie Brown Christmas
Apple TV +

Even a little Christmas magic can’t keep Charlie Brown’s blues away. When seeking psychiatric help, Lucy suggests Charlie Brown direct the group’s annual Christmas drama. Rehearsing for the show only brings Charlie Brown down further as he complains about the commercialization of the holiday and how those around him fail to grasp “what Christmas is about”. After Charlie Brown picks a small tree – the only real tree on the Christmas tree lot – for the piece, his friends mock him for his choice. But soon afterwards everyone comes together to beautify the tree and decorate it as a group to wish Charlie Brown a Merry Christmas.

You can stream A Charlie Brown Christmas At Apple TV +.

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