How to watch “A Charlie Brown Christmas” on Broadcast Television

Around evening time, the classic occasion special A Charlie Brown Christmas re-visitations of broadcast TV. That comes as an relief to numerous who expected that this and different Peanuts occasion uncommon wouldn’t air because of another select streaming game plan with Apple TV+.

Fortunately for them, Apple and PBS consented to put the energized program on TV and make it accessible to stream for free for a limited time. The program will air as an advertisement free transmission, yet it won’t be accessible through or the PBS application. In the event that you need to watch A Charlie Brown Christmas Special, here’s the manner by which to ensure you don’t miss it:

Audiences can get A Charlie Brown Christmas on their local PBS station this evening. Check your local listings or your cable company’s channel inclining to discover your PBS station and affirm the time it is broadcasting on December thirteenth. Once more, A Charlie Brown Christmas won’t be accessible by means of your station’s livestream on or through the PBS application.

On the off chance that your neighborhood PBS station has a PBS KIDS channel, A Charlie Brown Christmas will air there. Check your nearby postings or link channel list for the PBS KIDS channel and afterward turn it on around evening time, December thirteenth, at 7:30 p.m. ET. PBS KIDS is likewise accessible by means of YouTube TV. Likewise with the PBS site and applications, A Charlie Brown Christmas won’t show up on or the PBS KIDS Video App.

In the event that you can’t get the broadcast around evening time, A Charlie Brown Christmas is accessible to stream for free – ad-free and in superior quality – on Apple TV+ from December eleventh through December thirteenth. Watch it there when you can.

In A Charlie Brown Christmas, “Linus reminds the Peanuts gang of the meaning of Christmas, in a beloved holiday classic. As Christmas approaches, Charlie Brown is depressed; he confides in Linus, who tries to cheer him. He visits Lucy’s psychiatric booth, but she’s no help. He tries throwing himself into the pageant, but it only makes him feel worse. Finally, he decides that they need a Christmas tree for their play — but his selection leaves the rest of the group laughing. Then Linus reads his friends the story of the Nativity, which prompts them to work on decorating the humble tree and exclaim gleefully, ‘Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown!'”

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