In October, Apple TV+ introduced that it’s going to completely stream the Peanuts vacation specials as a part of a wider deal that features new Snoopy and Charlie Brown authentic collection. That announcement irked some individuals, resulting in a ~250,000 signature petition that requested Apple to maintain to custom and put these specials on broadcast TV.
It appears Apple has listened to the complaints. The corporate immediately introduced that PBS will air each Charlie Brown Thanksgiving and Charlie Brown Christmas.
Initially, Apple promised free three-day home windows for the specials in order that anybody with entry to the TV app might tune in and watch, no subscription required. The exhibits would then be out there as paid content material on Apple’s streaming service. This already occurred with “It’s The Nice Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” this Halloween simply gone.
Underneath the brand new association, the upcoming vacation specials may even get proven on PBS with out commercials. Earlier than this yr’s Apple TV+ deal, these specials had been proven on CBS and ABC stations with promoting.
“A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” shall be aired on PBS and PBS Youngsters on November 22 at 7:30 PM. PBS will display “A Charlie Brown Christmas” on December 13 at 7:30 PM.
For paying subscribers, TV+ will begin streaming “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” from immediately. “A Charlie Brown Christmas” shall be out there from December 4.
If viewers would quite watch without spending a dime on Apple TV+, they will achieve this between November 25 and November 27 for “Thanksgiving”, and between December 11 and December 13 for “Christmas”. This clearly requires an Apple ID and entry to the TV app, however doesn’t require a paid subscription to TV+.
It’s not clear if this association with PBS is simply in place for this yr, or if it should proceed in 2021. Presumably, Apple TV+’s forthcoming authentic Charlie Brown specials will all the time be unique — becoming a member of the present TV+ launch title made by Peanuts: Snoopy in House.
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