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Many horror classics are in theatres this month with “Scream” being shown on Sunday and Monday, October 10-11, 2021
The Hallmark Channel’s Countdown to Christmas begins Friday, October 22, 2021, with the first of 41 brand new Christmas movies.
The three traditional Charlie Brown fall and Holiday specials will be shown on public TV this year, PBS and Apple announced.
An all-new season of All Creatures Great and Small – James Herriot’s adventures as a British veterinary surgeon in the 1930’s – arrives on PBS starting Sunday, January 9, 2022.
Turner Classic Movies has a Halloween film fest with all-day horror movies starting Friday, October 29, 2021.
After being on pause for more than a year, The Metropolitan Opera resumes its Live in HD broadcasts on Saturday, October 9, 2021 and an encore on Wednesday, October 13.
The lead artificial intelligence researcher on a project to complete Beethoven’s 10th Symphony tells how it all came together, leading up to a world premiere on October 9, 2021.
Amazon Prime Video begins carrying Thursday Night Football this week.
AARP has more films planned for their Free Movie Screening Program with the next film, “Siempre, Luis,” on Friday, October 15, 2021.
Turner Classic Movies has a month-long tribute to Lucille Ball every Thursday in October.
Billy Joel, whose new Vinyl Collection set is scheduled for a November release, has his own SiriusXM channel now through November 2, 2021.
SiriusXM celebrates John Lennon’s birthday on Saturday, October 9, 2021 with guest DJ Sean Lennon, a Paul McCartney interview and more.
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AMC Theatres have resumed their Discount Tuesdays, Discount Matinees and more specials.
Regal Cinemas has Regal Value Day on Tuesday and more deals.
After suffering a fall, Elton John has delayed the restart of his 300-city Yellow Brick Road tour to 2022.