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Apple TV+ introduces additional material a day early for Thanksgiving, including the documentary ‘Twas The Fight Before Christmas.’

Apple usually releases Apple TV+ programming on Friday. Following in the footsteps of prior years, the service has published all new episodes and debuts for the week a day early, allowing viewers in the United States to watch them on Thanksgiving Day (and just another Thursday around the world).

The new documentary film ‘Twas The Fight Before Christmas,’ which documents the ridiculous lengths to which one guy would go to decorate his house and celebrate Christmas with his local community, much to the chagrin of the town, had its world premiere this week.

If you haven’t been paying attention to Apple TV+, the service recently launched the season finales of The Morning Show and Foundation, and it presently has six live TV programs, all of which have new episodes available to watch today.

New episodes of the comedy Dickinson and Acapulco, the science fiction series Invasion, the basketball drama Swagger, the limited series The Shrink Next Door, and the Korean drama Dr. Brain are among them.

The big new premiere this week is the documentary ‘Twas The Fight Before Christmas,’ which will be released by Apple Original Films. This video tells the tale of Jeremy Morris, who takes his love for the holiday season to new heights by planning the largest Christmas event ever on his doorstep, much to the chagrin of his neighbors. Morris is so adamant about his cause that he ends up battling it in court.

In keeping with the holiday spirit, Apple will screen another Mariah Carey special next week, as well as a brand new ‘For Auld Lang Syne’ Charlie Brown special on December 10 focusing on the New Year. On Apple TV+, you can already watch classic Peanuts holiday specials.

Another notable Apple release in December is the debut of the feature film Swan Song, a sci-fi thriller starring Mahershala Ali.

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