Thanksgiving is traditionally a time of travel, as families scattered across the globe come together for a meal. But 2020 has made that much more difficult. Between stay-at-home orders, borders being closed, and general coronavirus pandemic problems, many people will find themselves alone this year. But just because you can't see your own family this year doesn't mean you have to spend the holiday without any family. TV is here to provide, and it's got some lovely loved ones to spend the day with. So, here's what to watch on Thanksgiving if you're looking for some warm and cozy feels.
The holidays are a time for TV marathons, but the last few years have changed where viewers can find them. Once upon a time, basic cable channels were filled with back-to-back Friends episodes, The Simpsons for hours on end, and days of Westerosi programming with Game of Thrones. But in 2020, most of this has moved to streaming. Channels like Food Network offer a faux family of friendly faces cooking, but that's just not the same. Now, the best place for fans to go when looking for TV families to spend the day with are streamers like Netflix, Hulu, and HBO Max. Let's run down their best offerings: