Best Thanksgiving TV And Movie Specials You Can Binge in 2021 Instead of Watching Football

This blog is updated in 2021
Thanksgiving is soon approaching (I know, time flies so fast, it shocks us too). It implies that it’s already 2021. And if you’re still not prepared for the early Christmas celebrations,here are our recommended turkey TV specials you can watch from Charlie Brown to a Friends.

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? Best Thanksgiving Snacks

High Quality Chocolate Fashioned Into Very Cute Little Figurines – “Lindt is a brand that I trust to provide high quality chocolate at affordable prices. These novelty milk chocolate figures were a hit with my wife’s coworkers when we included them in gift bags for them. I ate a few myself and I can tell you that they are addicting.”


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? Best Thanksgiving Popcorn

FANTASTIC AND UNIQUE FLAVOR RECOMMEND WITH 10 STARS. Best Popcorn Flavor I Have Ever Had – “The flavor is fantastic and the best popcorn I’ve ever had. no oil, butter or salt. of course you could add these if you would like

OUR MICROWAVE cooks EVERYTHING too hot. However the recommended tome of 90 seconds was too brief and most of the the popcorn did not pop.

Tried a second at at 2minutes and 30 seconds and a VERY small amount was scorched but it was effectively popped. It filled the paper bag. Will try 2 minutes and 20 seconds next time.
2 minutes and 20 seconds still scorched some of the popcorn but even the scorched corn tastes great!!”

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? Best Thanksgiving Movie Collections

A Delightful Adventure Back In Time – “We always loved the series when it was on the network. The characters seemed so real — the kids, the parents, the grandparents, Ike and Corabeth, the Recipe Sisters. Looking back, the show brought warm memories, though I confess, I had almost no specific memories of particular episodes. It was more the aura, stirring up my own memories of growing up in a large family of brothers and sisters, Mother and Daddy and one Grandma. So it’s been a renewing experience to see them all come alive again.”

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? Best Thanksgiving TV Collections

Get The Blu-Ray And Experience THE BEST Of Winnie The Pooh – “Don’t Watch Games!
Get the Blu-ray full version if you want to truly step back to your childhood and have that full theater experience.

Disney paved the way and set the standard for theater scale animated storytelling and this collection will serve to inspire and excite your children and grandchildren.

74 Minutes of hand rendered and illustrated backgrounds, with hand sketched and colored animated cells… frame by fabulous frame… you don’t see that anymore.

You’ll appreciate the art behind this film when you realize the backgrounds are watercolor illustrations, the characters are sketched by animators, and later copied and hand painted with custom colors. It’s more than a simple cartoon.

Narrated by Sabastian Cabot (well remembered as Mr. French)

And that highly recognizable Winnie the Pooh voice – by Sterling Holloway

Real animation, faithfully reproduced and presented in 1080p 16 x 9 High Definition.

Break out the popcorn, take your seats, kill the lights and experience Winnie the Pooh with this FABULOUS Blu-ray Disc.

I’m thrilled with it and recommend The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (Blu-ray) version without reservation!”

Wednesday, November 27

A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving

8 p.m. on ABC

If you haven’t visited your hometown bar and avoided running into people back in high school before Thanksgiving, you can begin your day with this classic one. Also, I would like to say officially that this may be the first Friendsgiving. I appreciate Charles Schulz for starting this Instagram holiday.


Thursday, November 28

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

9 a.m. on NBC

Stuffing is our favorite Thanksgiving tradition. Our second favorite has been happening for 93 years. Macy’s throws a party!

This year’s Today show parade hosts are Hoda Kotb, Savannah Guthrie, and Al Roker.  Also, we’ve got balloons including astronaut Snoopy and Smokey the Bear celebrating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing and his 75th birthday respectively.

Black Eyed Peas, Ciara, Idina Menzel, Lea Michele, TLC, and more performers will go all out for this year’s parade.

The Thanksgiving Day Parade

9 a.m. on CBS

If you are looking for more after the parade, Kevin Frazier from Entertainment Tonight will be holding the 59th year CBS special. The special will go back and forth between its own correspondents and the Macy’s parade. Miranda Lambert will perform on the show. Don’t miss out on her amazing performance, which is the highlight of this parade.

Friends Thanksgiving marathon

1 p.m. on TBS

If you need some entertainment that doesn’t involve football, check out TBS! It plays the Friends marathon we want. Hopefully, it includes all the fun holiday episodes and, of course, the beef-sautéed-with-peas-and-onion trifles we can dream of.

Home Alone and Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on Freeform

As soon as the parade ends, Christmas comes…or at least that’s how it goes on TV. Spend your time with baby Macaulay from Home Alone series Christmas movies that is classiques.

The Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Holiday Celebration

8 p.m. on ABC

Disney is opening its Christmas season celebration as soon as it possibly can with celebrities, music performances, and views of its resorts in California and Florida. From the top of Cinderella’s Castle, s two-hour special celebration will be hosted by Matthew Morrison, Baby Spice Emma Bunton, and Certified Daddy Jesse Palmer. Also, look forward to seeing a collaboration song by Sting and Shaggy and other amazing performances by Andy Grammer, Pentatonix, Portugal, The Man, and more.

’Tis the Season: A One Tree Hill Cast Reunion

10:05 p.m. on Lifetime

In case you’re satisfied with our selections and all Thanksgiving’ed out. (You’re welcome.)

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