Looking to check out a holiday movie or TV series right about now? We've got you covered from Hallmark and CBS cartoon specials to streaming platforms and classic Christmas movies. Now, it's time to add free streaming service, Pluto TV to your holiday entertainment radar.
This holiday season, Pluto TV Christmas (Channel 250) has got oodles of holiday content for your enjoyment all at no cost. If you don't already use the service, simply go to Pluto TV’s website or get the Pluto TV app, available on almost all smart devices and get watching with no login even required.
So what yuletide magic is in store? On the TV front, there's a slate of incredible holiday episodes of some of your favorite sitcoms on the horizon:
Family Ties — “A Christmas Story” (Season 1) and “A Keaton Christmas Carol” (Season 2)
Happy Days — “Guess Who's Coming to Christmas” (Season 2)
Laverne & Shirley — “Oh Hear the Angels’ Voice” (Season 2) and “O Come All Ye Bums” (Season 4)
Designing Women — “I'll Be Home for Christmas” (Season 2)
Married With Children — “You Better Watch Out” (Season 2) and “It’s A Bundyful Life” Parts 1 and 2 (Season 4)
Sister, Sister— “Christmas" (Season 3)
The Beverly Hillbillies — “Home for Christmas” (Season 1), “No Place Like Home” (Season 1), and “Christmas at the Clampetts” (Season 2)
The Love Boat — "Lonely at the Top / Silent Night / Divorce Me, Please" (Season 1)
The Nanny — “The Christmas Show” (Season 1)
Wings— “A Terminal Christmas” (Season 2)
If you're in the mood to watch movies, flicks like St. Nick, Dear Santa, A Country Christmas Story, A Place for Christmas, A Christmas Cruise, and more will be available. Worth noting: Some of these movies and shows are available on demand while others are not.
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From one-woman show ANN about the famed Texas governor Ann Richards to Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn, who wants to join us for a matinee?
Can somebody say Designing Women break? Beam up our rocket ship — Pluto, here we come, ladies and gentlemen.