NBC is keeping the holiday spirit alive this season and they continue to air Christmas programming. From the heartfelt to the humorous, NBC has a full holiday lineup and tonight you can watch the replay of A Pentatonix Christmas Special and A Saturday Night Live Christmas. A Pentatonix Christmas Special airs on Dec. 17, 2016, at 8 p.m. ET, A Saturday Night Live Christmas follows at 9 p.m. ET. A new episode of Saturday Night Live will air at 11:29 p.m. ET with Casey Affleck and Chance the Rapper. You can watch NBC’s shows live and on demand through a variety of apps, websites and more. You can see videos of Pentatonix singing classic Christmas songs in the video player above. Check out the videos below for interviews, behind-the-scenes footage and more Pentatonix news and updates.
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Check out the BUILD AOL interview with Pentatonix that was recorded before the NBC show A Pentatonix Christmas Special premiered. Check out more videos including a full concert and Pentatonix performing at Christmas in Rockefeller Center in the video playlist below.
Pentatonix has quickly become a regular staple on NBC shows and they made joint appearances on The Voice with Dolly Parton to perform the song “Jolene.” Pentatonix will appear on NBC’s New Year’s Eve with Carson Daly on Dec. 31, 2016.
You can watch A Saturday Night Live Christmas streaming live online through NBC/Live, on various apps and the show is currently on demand at NBC.com. A Saturday Night Live Christmas includes top acts from people like Kristen Wiig, Jimmy Fallon, Fred Armisen, Amy Poehler, Adam Sandler, Alec Baldwin, Justin Timberlake, Steve Martin, Will Ferrell, Maya Rudolph, John Malkovich, Amy Adams, Vanessa Bayer, Jeff Bridges, Ana Gasteyer, Molly Shannon, Dana Carvey, Kenan Thompson, Ryan Gosling, Kate McKinnon, and more. If you’ve watched Saturday Night Live for decades, as many have, you might recognize some o the skits highlighted in the special. Adam Sandler performs his ode to Hanukkah in song and Alec Baldwin, who has been getting as many rave reviews as he has criticism for his Donald Trump impersonation, kills in the timeless “Schweddy Balls” skit. If you’ve never seen the classic SNL skit “Schweddy Balls” it would be worth watching the NBC special A Saturday Night Live Christmas if only to see this mature-themed comedic skit. You can watch “Schweddy Balls” with Alec Baldwin, Ana Gasteyer, and Molly Shannon and check out Adam Sandler performing the “Hanukkah Song” in the videos below.
There are multiple ways to watch NBC programming online, including tonight’s specials A Pentatonix Christmas Special and A Saturday Night Live Christmas. First, you can check with NBC Live to see if you live in an area where you can watch the programming streaming live. This option is only available in certain locations. In addition to NBC Live, there are apps available that you can download to your phone, tablets or other streaming devices. You will need a television subscription in order to watch. Keep in mind, that there are some videos available on the NBC website you may watch without a login, but there are on an individual basis.
Hulu often has NBC programming added to their collection the day following a show’s airing. Hulu used to have free content available, but now you must have a basic subscription. Hulu’s free network videos have moved to Yahoo View. They do add Saturday Night Live full episodes so you can watch those free and without a subscription there. The Pentatonix Christmas special and SNL Christmas special have not been added to Yahoo View. Those with a cable or a satellite television subscription ca access NBC programming on demand with their sign in information at the official NBC website or apps or at their television provider’s website or apps.
Are you going to watch A Pentatonix Christmas Special and A Saturday Night Live Christmas tonight? What do you think about NBC’s holiday programming?
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