Retro television network Me TV says it will start airing Thanksgiving and Christmas-themed movies, TV shows and cartoons in mid-November.
The “Very Merry Me TV” holiday extravaganza kicks off on November 19 with the airing of a “Brady Bundh” episode called “The Un-Underground Movie,” followed by a pair of “Beverly Hillbillies” holiday specials called “Turkey Day” and “The Thanksgiving Spirit.”
Me TV will also air holiday specials from “M*A*S*H,” “Happy Days,” “Gunsmoke,” “Gilligan’s Island,” “All in the Family,” “The Waltons” and “The Love Boat,” along with one-off specials like “A Boy Named Charlie Brown” and “Snoopy Comes Home.”
The holiday programming continues on Me TV through Christmas Day, with Christmas episodes from “Matlock,” “Green Acres” and the Beverly Hillbillies.
Me TV is owned by Weigel Broadcasting. The network is available on some broadcast and cable systems across the country, and nationwide on streaming services Philo and Frndly TV. For a free trial of Frndly TV, click or tap here; to watch Philo free for seven days, click or tap here.