Gather together and celebrate Thanksgiving with these fun specials for kids and great programs for the whole family.
Holidays with the Peanuts Gang
We hope you enjoyed A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving this past Sunday.
Mark your calendars now and make plans to watch A Charlie Brown Christmas with us, too!
Sunday, Dec. 13, 7:30/6:30 pm on KET and KETKIDS
The Surprising Origin of Thanksgiving Foods
It’s Okay To Be Smart: How your favorite Thanksgiving dishes made it to the table.
The True Story of the First Thanksgiving
American Experience: The first Thanksgiving wasn’t the same holiday we celebrate today.
The First Official Thanksgiving
In 1619, a group of English settlers landed on the banks of the James River in Virginia and gave thanks for safe passage.
An Arthur Thanksgiving
Arthur and his friends must find a way to save the Thanksgiving celebration.
Cyberchase: “Giving Thanks Day”
The CyberSquad want to pull off a Giving Thanks Day feast, but all the pristine produce is sold out!
Martha Speaks: “Martha’s Thanksgiving – Parts One and Two”
Martha digs into her past to find her long-lost siblings and mother.
Pinkalicious & Peterrific: “A Fairy Thanksgiving / Pinkfoot Playdate”
Pinkalicious and Peter accidentally damage Fairyanna’s Thanksgiving table and want to make things right.
Wild Kratts: “Happy Turkey Day”
The Kratts are on a mission to defend the honor of the wild turkey and to stop Gourmand, who is hunting for the largest turkey in the forest.
WordGirl: “Guess Who’s Coming to Thanksgiving Dinner/Judging Butcher
Becky isn’t happy about sharing a table with Tobey and his mom.
Fun to Watch with the Family
Great Performances: Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn – The Broadway Musical
Enjoy the hit Broadway adaptation of the classic 1942 movie musical, showcasing an Irving Berlin score…
Great Performances: Lea Salonga in Concert
Acclaimed singer and Broadway star Lea Salonga and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra perform at the Sydney Opera House.
Making a New American Nutcracker
Go behind the scenes of this re-imagined classic. Chicago’s Joffrey Ballet gives The Nutcracker an ingenious makeover…