Blogmas Day Nine: Snuggle Up This Friday Night With These Festive TV Classics



Good Morning Lovelies, 

Today, I wanted the Blogmas post to be a bit of a festive throwback, looking back and remembering some of the best Christmas TV episodes there has ever been. Great for snuggling up with, these classic festive treats are always on my must watch this when it comes to the big day. I honestly can’t go a year without watching them…

Gavin and Stacey Christmas Specials: Probably the best Christmas special around (if I do say so aha!), this is filled with everything that happens at Christmas. From singing songs, family arguments and the grand discussions on how much food we really do eat at Christmas, both seasonal episodes have everything you could ask for in them.

Miranda Christmas Special: Never one to spend a Christmas at home quietly, Miranda kept us laughing for years with her comedic holiday adventures, with many mishaps occurring alongside her. Especially with her festive fancies that included family parties and wedding planning. 

The Royle Family Special: Jim and Barbara have always shown us the magic of Christmas in their home. In this Christmas episode though, they go on a caravan trip. A holiday that reflects what many of us end up doing - arguing and wishing we could go home after a few days. The perfect antidote and show for lockdown viewing that will have you feeling thankful for getting the chance to spend the holidays in your own comfy happy place.

Wallace and Gromit: If you never spent a morning over your Christmas holiday from school watching these two, then you didn’t live lovelies! Wallace and Gromit are a staple TV pairing during the holidays and if they aren’t on, it wouldn’t be Christmas. We even have an advert with them this year.

Friends: The Holiday Armadillo episode showed us all that there are many ways to celebrate the festive season. With an armadillo, Superman and Father Christmas all turning up to make sure Ben knew about every possible way to celebrate the brightest season of them all. 

These are just a handful of what I enjoy each year. Plus, with the added bonus of new shows being added to the schedules, it just keeps growing. What are your favourite TV Christmas special lovelies? Let me know! 

Joey X

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