Holiday TV Brings New Movies, Specials — and Charlie Brown
By LYNN ELBER, AP Television Writer
LOS ANGELES (AP) — There's no supply-chain shortage when it comes to holiday movies and TV specials.
That includes the movie "Candy Coated Christmas," featuring Ree Drummond of Food Network's "The Pioneer Woman" series. The movie will debut on discovery+.
Old favorites such as 1965's "A Charlie Brown Christmas" may require a bit of strategy to watch. The Peanuts special will air Dec. 19 on PBS and be available for free on Apple TV+ during a three-day window, Dec. 11-13.
Another classic, the movie "It's a Wonderful Life," will air Dec. 4 and 24 on NBC.
On the musical side, Michael Bublé and Kelly Clarkson are hosting holiday specials.
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11 Ways to Avoid Getting Ripped Off When Holiday Shopping Online
The world-wide shipping delays have shoppers buying holiday gifts early this year and much of the commerce is happening online. After all, how can you avoid the amazing deals? Now more than ever, these amazing deals are shady transactions that look authentic and safe.
One way to shop safely online is to buy from local vendor websites, or visit sites like Etsy which touts small meaningful gifts, often times created by small businesses and crafters.
The Better Business Bureau recommends online buyers do research before they click the checkout button.
Here are 11 things you can do to avoid getting ripped off online, according to the Better Business Bureau.