What To Watch Tonight? It’s Thanksgiving Eve and most of TV (except CBS which is all new) is taking the night off, offering repeats, game show specials or Holiday programming. For us, the night is all about A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving. Check out all of our picks below. What are you watching?
1st Choice: A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving. “Charlie is the hapless host and Snoopy is in the kitchen dishing up ice cream, popcorn and toast. Included: the bonus cartoon “This Is America, Charlie Brown: The Mayflower Voyagers,” which finds the gang aboard the Mayflower in 1620.” ABC
2nd Choice: Ellen’s Game of Games. “Contestants will play “Dizzy Dash,” “Son Of A One Eyed Monster,” “You Bet Your Wife” and “Blindfolded Musical Chairs.” The winner of each of the first four rounds advances to “Know or Go” and the winner of that game advances to “Hot Hands” for a chance to win a cash prize. Stephen “tWitch” Boss serves as announcer.” NBC
3rd Choice: Frightsgiving. “A woman’s psychic ability is awakened after she moves into a rundown townhouse with a terrifying secret. She faces her worst nightmare as she is forced to confront the dead.” Travel
1st Choice: SEAL Team. “While Jason is sidelined with an injury, Ray takes over as Bravo 1 and leads the team on a mission to rescue a marine pilot who was shot down in enemy territory.” CBS
2nd Choice: A Saturday Night Live Thanksgiving Special. A collection of Thanksgiving themed sketches over the series long run. NBC
3rd Choice: Frightsgiving: Unwanted Houseguests. “A family thought their home’s haunted reputation was just small town rumors — until they moved in. After years of aggressive paranormal activity, they call on the Ghost Brothers to reach out to the dark entities tormenting them.” Travel
1st Choice: S.W.A.T. “The SWAT team joins forces with the Los Angeles Organized Crime division to recover an officer abducted during a failed undercover operation. Also, Chris struggles with how to comfort the kidnapped officer’s parents when she is restricted from giving them certain details of the investigation.” CBS
2nd Choice: A Saturday Night Live Thanksgiving Special. Continues on NBC.
3rd Choice: Shattered. “In 2006, Officer Mike Kermon is the first to arrive at a house on Hamilton Avenue where neighbors believe shots have been fired. As he enters the quiet home, he has no idea that what he’ll find inside will change his life forever.” ID