Charlie Brown may decry the commercialization of the holidays, but there's no denying the continued popularity of his TV specials. A Charlie Brown Christmas returns to ABC Wednesday night (8/7c) for the first of two airings this month, and if the network's recent rebroadcasts of the Peanuts Halloween and Thanksgiving specials are any indication, it's sure to do well.read more
As Chuck and Co. gather to get their "Auld Lang Syne" on in Happy New Year, Charlie Brown, tonight's adorable end-of-the-year special from 1986, we'd like to take a cup of kindness and count down the reasons these old acquaintances will never be forgotten.
1. They rock the holidays. The Emmy-winning It's a Charlie Brown Christmas has taught generations the true meaning of the season, and if you've never joked about "getting a rock" while trick-or-treating, it's possible you grew up living under one.
2. Snoopy! Since his debut on October 4, 1950, Daisy Hill Puppy Farm's top graduate has stolen our hearts as a World War I flying ace, an author and, of...read more
Move over, Giggy. Andy Cohen has a new four-legged friend and he's even cooler than a Real Housewives' house pet. Bravo's veep of original programming and diehard Snoopy fan is set to fete the canine icon at an event being held Thursday at the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, CA. Sponsored by Hallmark, Inc. and sure to be a doggone good time, the VIP night will include a screening of a brand-new "Charlie Brown" straight-to- DVD production and a Cohen-hosted discussion afterward. So of course, we just had to chat up the king of Watch What Happens Live about his lifelong Peanuts pal and how Snoopy may actually leave a permanent impression on him.