Full TV guide so that you won't miss a single Thanksgiving episode of your favorite TV shows
With CBS' "The Thanksgiving Day Parade" just around the corner, you can be sure to catch up on every single thanksgiving-themed episode.
Most of your favorite shows will also be available for live streaming on CBS All Access. The streaming schedule might change, but updates will be added to the CBS website.
Follow our Twitter account @amomama_usa for more. Details about your favorite shows can be found below.
Thanksgiving Day Parade
The special includes everything from snippets of the 92nd Annual Macy's "Thanksgiving Day Parade" with its marching day parade, to film classics to enjoy.
Viewers will also be treated to the Broadway hit musical "Dear Evan Hansen" as well as "King Kong." Those who cannot attend in person, don't despair.
Thanks to CBS All Access, viewers can enjoy a smorgasbord of viewing delights on November 22, as well as new CBS revival show, "Murphy Brown."
The Parades will be broadcast live from 9 am until 12 pm Eastern time, and 8 am to 11 am central time.
"A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving"
Thanksgiving just won't be the same without Charlie Brown and fans of the Peanuts gang can look forward to a special screening this year.
Make a note of November 21, because that's when Charlie and his friends will grace your screens. But even if you miss this particular screening, there's still hope.
The show creators blessed us with no less than 45 holiday specials, including "It's The Great Pumpkin Charlier Brown" from the sixties.
It's Christmas on Hallmark
Hallmark undoubtedly has the best collection of Christmas cheer this holiday season. On November 10, set your alarm for "It's Christmas, Eve," featuring singer LeAnne Rimes.
On Sunday, November 11, tune in at 8 pm for "Christmas in Love," a film about an aspiring crafter who makes Christmas Kringles in her small hometown.
The following weekend, brace yourself for "Christmas at Graceland at 8 pm, followed by "Return to Christmas Creek" at 9 pm.
The highly anticipated "Hope at Christmas," featuring Scottie Thompson and Rayn Paevey, airs on November 20 at 9 pm as well.
With more than 200 titles to keep you entertained, Christmas won't be a dull affair this year. The full schedule can be seen here.