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It's Thanksgiving Eve, and there are plenty of new shows and movies to check out before you spend safe time with family and eat some delicious turkey.


Saved By The Bell - Peacock

Return to Bayside as Peacock rebooted Saved By The Bell with the former stars of series.

Good Morning Christmas - Hallmark Channel

Catch Alison Sweeney and Marc Blucas in the new Hallmark Christmas movie, Good Morning Christmas.

Woman of Worth - NBC

NBC will be honoring powerful everyday women who are dedicated to giving back. Join Eva Longoria, Elle Fanning, Aja Naomi King and more as they honor 10 extraordinary women.

For Life - ABC

ABC airs the second episode of the second season of the drama series produced by rapper 50 Cent.

Christmas Chronicles 2 - Netflix

Kurt Russell returns as Santa Claus for the Christmas Chronicle 2 directed by Chris Columbus. The film is the follow up to the 2018 film that also includes an appearance of Goldie Hawn as Mrs. Claus.

Happiest Season - Hulu

Watch Kristen Stewart, Dan Levy, and Mackenzie Davis in the new queer holiday comedy film, Happiest Season.

Sean Connery Marathon - TCM

It's been almost a month since Hollywood lost legendary actor Sean Connery and Turner Classic Movies will be honoring the actor with a marathon showing of his iconic films like Thunderball (1965), You Only Live Twice (1967), Marnie (1964), The Hill (1965), and The Man Who Would Be King (1975).

The Croods: A New Age - Theaters

Looking for a new movie to check out in theaters? Join Ryan Reynolds, Nicholas Cage, and Emma Stone for the The Croods sequel. The film picks up where audiences saw the cavemen family back in 2013.

Happy watching!


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