|Social networking brings people together.|
Hey Gang! It's time to get out our schedules. How about we discuss when to gather on Twitter and watch Christmas on TV? Last year, I hosted several live twitter parties over the holidays while we watched:
--1965's A Charlie Brown Christmas (on ABC)
--1974 Christmas TV movie A Dream for Christmas (on MeTV)
--the 2013 Christmas episode of The Michael J. Fox Show (on NBC--series now cancelled)
--1963 Christmas episode of The Dick Van Dyke Show (on MeTV)
--1960 Christmas episode of the Twilight Zone (on MeTV)
It was a lot of fun. Watching television is typically an activity one does at home, often alone--so it can be quite a new experience to join friends and watch together! I'm looking for some suggestions on what you'd like to watch and talk through. I know we all have busy schedules this time of year--that includes me. But maybe you're especially excited about watching a particular Christmas program and you'd like to make it a group experience.
|What Christmas program(s) would you be interested in watching together?|
Here are some options:
--Sun Dec. 7th at 8pm(ET) on CBS airs the original Christmas episode of I Love Lucy
--Sat Dec 6th at 8pm(ET) on NBC airs the movie It's a Wonderful Life
--Tue Dec. 9th, 8pm(ET) on CBS is 1964's Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
--Wed Dec 10, 8pm(ET) on ABC is new Christmas episode of The Middle, 9:30pm(ET) is new Christmas episode of new sitcom Black-ish.
Like any of these suggestions? Got other suggestions? I want to hear them. Leave your comments below or on Twitter, or even on Facebook.
Of course this means you need to be on Twitter--so if you don't already have an account, set one up now. After we decide when and what to watch, we'll determine a hashtag--to make it easier to engage. Do you already follow me on Twitter? Why not follow me now: @TistheSeasonTV