One thing I loved about Halloween as a kid was all of the fun shows and movies related to the holiday. I got into Horror movies at a very young age and embraced such films as "Friday the 13th," "A Nightmare on Elm Street," and "Halloween" to name a few. Speaking of "Halloween," I was such a fan of the movie that I used to walk around my neighborhood in the full Michael Myers outfit. I guess it wasn't that strange to do that around Halloween. The strange thing about me doing it is I would dress up as the character during other parts of the year as well. Oh well, it's the simple things in life that keep me

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'It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown' is a Favorite of Mine but it Won't be on Traditional TV This Year. Oh No! 

It wasn't all about blood, guts, and stabbing for me though. I also really enjoyed watching the Peanuts special "It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown" when it would come on cable and/or regular broadcast television. Speaking of that, just like last year, you won't be able to watch the classic Peanuts special on broadcast or cable television this year as Apple TV+ has gobbled up the special and made it an exclusive for the streaming service.

If I Don't Have an Apple TV+ Subscription is There Any Other Way I Can Watch the Peanuts Special?

According to Good Housekeeping, last year, Apple TV+ made "It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" available to stream for free to non-subscribers for a few days at the end of the month. So far, Apple has not made any announcements about showing the special to non-subscribers. If you aren't planning on subscribing to Apple TV+ anytime soon, there are two ways you can watch it which is via physical media be it DVD or Blue Ray. Amazon has it available on DVD for about $10.00 or you can watch it in 11 separate clips on YouTube. If Apple TV+ does make the special available to non-subscribers this year, we'll let you know.

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