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The following is just a summary of what will be approached in the next few weeks, including some small reviews to help separate naughty options from good options, as programmers scramble to figure out the next perennial work “Its Great Life” (again scheduled for Christmas Eve on NBC) or “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” (December 1 on CBS).
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Special music! This year, everyone wants to take part in the classic Christmas special, including: “CMA Country Christmas” (ABC, November 30), Carrie Underwood (HBO Max, December 3), Mariah Carey (Apple TV+, April 11), Dolly Parton (CBS, December 6), “High School Musical: The Musical: The Holiday Special” (December 11, Disney+), Argentine pop singer Diego Torres (HBO Max, December 18) and a Garth Live Concert Brooks-Trisha Yearwood (CBS, December 20).
“Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey” (Netflix): Newly released on Netflix, this energetic original musical starring Forest Whitaker as a toy producer – robbed of best ideas – who rediscovers the holiday spirit as his granddaughter enters the picture. “Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square” (November 22, Netflix): With original songs from Parton’s holiday album, the Mele Kalikimaka Hawaiian Merry Christmas , Womens Slim Fit Jersey T-Shirt, Christmas Pajama new Shirt film is perhaps unsurprisingly high-sugar, with Christine Baranski as the Scrooge-like character, who intends to evict the inhabitants of a small town, before finding holiday cheer (and a few other surprises). The songs are not particularly memorable, so the film – directed and choreographed by Debbie Allen – is ranked as the kind of set you really have to be in the mood/spirit to watch.