What can get you into the holiday mood faster than a Charlie Brown cartoon?
Premiering the same date will be an episode of “Stillwater” titled “The Way Home.” This series is based on the Scholastic book series Zen Shorts by Jon J Muth and is produced by Gaumont and Scholastic Entertainment. And one week before the new Peanuts special streams on Apple TV (which means this also debuts on December 3rd), subscribers can view “It’s Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown,” created and written by Peanuts creator Charles Schultz.
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Already available on the platform is the classic “A Charlie Brown Christmas.” Charlie Brown, upset over how commercial the season has become, searches for the true meaning of Christmas while directing the gang’s holiday play. This cartoon has become such a tradition that several teachers we know have said about it, “Wah Wa Wa Wah Wa Wa,” (you have to be a Peanuts fan to understand that reference).
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And while we are on the subject of Charlie Brown and his crew, would you like to learn how to draw yourself as a Peanuts character? A video released by Apple four months ago teaches you how you can draw yourself as one of the Peanuts gang. “The Snoopy Show” Showrunner Mark Evestaff together with Krista Porter, the storyboard artist for the Apple TV show, teaches you how to become a Peanuts character with help from Today at Apple’s Anthony.