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It’s almost the weekend before Thanksgiving, and for some of us, that means the final days of denial before we’re forced to confront the financial, social, and emotional stresses of the holiday season. (Anyone else staring down a calendar chock-full of travel days, shopping outings and obligatory family gatherings?)
Quite frankly, ‘Peanuts’ character Franklin had a major cultural impact
If there were ever a list of fictional beach meetings that made significant cultural impacts, then this would likely be on it. On July 31, 1968 in the famous “Peanuts” comic strip created by Charles M. Schulz, Charlie Brown and Franklin met on a beach.
‘Peanuts’ TV specials will no longer broadcast on air. Here’s where you can watch them.
After 54 years on the air, the beloved ‘Peanuts’ specials we grew to adore will not air on TV this year, CNN reported. Stream "It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" exclusively on Apple TV+ and get ready for more Peanuts specials this holiday season. https://t.co/rq6TFCLS8L pic.twitter.com/DI14FsjR1l — Apple TV (@AppleTV) October 19, 2020The company snagged the rights to broadcast in a deal with WildBrain, Peanuts Worldwide, and Lee Mendelson Film Production, CNN reported. Families can still watch the ‘Peanuts’ specials, including the upcoming ‘It’s a Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" for free from Oct. 30 - Nov. 1 “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” from Nov. 25-27, and “A Charlie Brown Christmas Special” from Dec 11-13. Apple TV+ is $4.99 a month.