A new Spreety.com video gives tips on Holiday Shows Online.
Los Angeles, CA (TransWorldNews) December 23, 2009 -
The holidays bring a variety of TV specials. This may be the first season where more holiday shows are available online than via the old TV.
As examples, ABC Family has a library of streaming holiday movies as part of their "25 Days of Christmas" web page. Charlie Brown as multiple specials online for free, including "I Want A Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown" and the classic "A Charlie Brown Christmas". The Muppets are not to be out done, as they have "A Muppets Christmas: Letters to Santa" online.
For holiday musicals, online TV has "A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All", Carrie Underwood's "An All-Star Holiday Special", ABC's "Christmas at the White House" and "Jennifer Hudson: I'll Be Home for Christmas".
Martha Stewart has a free series of podcasts on iTunes full of tips for the holidays, including food and crafts. The History channel has additional specials about Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and New Year's Eve.
Classic TV episodes are also online, such as 30 Rock "Ludachristmas", Adam-12 "Log #46-The Pilgrimage", ALF "Oh, Tannerbaum" and "Alf's Special Christmas", Alfred Hitchcock Presents "Back for Christmas", Arrested Development "In God We Trust", Benson "Snowbound", Beverly Hills, 90210 "Somewhere in the World It's Christmas", Chicago Hope "Love and Hope", D.C. Follies "Reagan Accidentally Gives Fred a Nuke for Christmas", Dilbert "Holiday", Dragnet "The Christmas Story", Family Ties "A Christmas Story" and "A Keaton Christmas Carol", Father Knows Best "The Christmas Story", Friends "The One With The Holiday Armadillo", Futurama "Xmas Story", Gilligan's Island "Birds Gotta Fly, Fish Gotta Talk", How I Met Your Mother "The Limo" and "How Lily Stole Christmas", In Living Color "Fire Marshall Santa", Journeyman "Home By Another Way", Lou Grant "Christmas", Major Dad "The Gift of the Major", Married... with Children "Christmas", McHale's Navy "The Day They Captured Santa", Melrose Place "A Melrose Christmas", News Radio "Xmas Story" and "Stupid Holiday Charity Talent Show", Party of Five "Christmas", Perfect Strangers "A Christmas Story", Picket Fences "High Tidings", Silver Spoons "The Best Christmas Ever", South Park "Mr. Hankey the Christmas Poo", South Park "Red Sleigh Down", Square Pegs "Child's Christmas in Weemawee", Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip "The Christmas Show", The Donna Reed Show "A Very Merry Christmas", The Mary Tyler Moore Show "Christmas and the Hard Luck Kid", The OC "The Chrismukkah Bar Mitz-vahkkah", The Office "Christmas Party" and "A Benihana Christmas", The White Shadow "A Christmas Present" and "Christmas Story", Twilight Zone "The Night of the Meek", and Welcome Back, Kotter "A Sweathog Christmas Special".
All of the links to the above are available at Spreety TV Online at http://Spreety.com . Spreety is a fun and free television guide for the Internet.