Celebrate 100 years of Charles Schulz with a pair of 'Peanuts' films on MeTV!
Watch 'A Boy Named Charlie Brown' and 'Snoopy, Come Home,' on MeTV!
If you've never heard of Charles Schulz, there's a good chance you've heard of a little comic strip he created back in the early Fifties, that over the decades since has morphed into several television specials and feature animated films. Of course we're talking about the Peanuts gang!
The legendary group of Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Linus, Pig-Pen and all the others have been a holiday season staple for decades, and a pair of films are coming to MeTV to honor what would have been Schulz's 100th birthday.
Join us Sunday, Nov. 20 at 8P | 7C for A Boy Named Charlie Brown, the Peanuts film debut! The film originally came out in December of 1969 and did better than $12 million at the box office! Charlie Brown competes and succeeds in a spelling bee, requires help from his ol' buddy Snoopy and deals with the rest of the Peanuts' shenanigans!
A week later, Sunday, Nov. 27 starting at 8P | 7C, see Snoopy leave Charlie Brown on a journey to his former owner in Snoopy, Come Home.
Celebrate 100 years of Charles Schulz with us Sunday, Nov. 20 and Sunday, Nov. 27 starting at 8P | 7C, with Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the rest of the Peanuts party, all part of our Very Merry MeTV holiday schedule!
Click here to see our FULL Very Merry MeTV schedule, that includes over 100 programs to enjoy throughout this holiday season!