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Apple TV+ debuts new content a day early for Thanksgiving, including ‘Twas The Fight Before Christmas’ documentary

Apple usually sets a Friday for the release of Apple TV+ content. In keeping with tradition in previous years, the service released all new episodes and premieres of the week a day early, so people could stream them on Thanksgiving in the US (and only another Thursday around the world).

A brand new premiere this week is a new documentary, Twas The Fight Before Christmas, which charts the insane lengths a man will go to decorate his home and celebrate Christmas with his local community… much to the chagrin of the community.

If you haven’t been keeping up with Apple TV+ for a while, the service premiered the season finale of The Morning Show and Foundation last week and currently has six active TV shows, all of which have new episodes available to watch today.

This includes new sequels from the comedy Dickinson and Acapulco, the sci-fi series Invasion, basketball drama Swagger, limited series The Shrink Next Door, and K-drama Dr. Brain.

However, this week’s big new premiere is Apple Original Films debut of the Twas The Fight Before Christmas documentary. This movie follows the story of Jeremy Morris, who stretches his joy of the holiday season to the extreme with his plans to host the biggest Christmas celebration ever on his doorstep, spurring many of the grievances of the surrounding neighborhood. In fact, Morris is so determined that he ends up opposing his case in court.

Continuing in the holiday spirit, Apple is bringing another special from Mariah Carey next week and a new ‘For Auld Lang Syne’ Charlie Brown special focused on celebrating the upcoming New Year on December 10. .

Another major release coming from Apple in December is the premiere of feature film Swan Song, starring Mahershala Ali, drama and science fiction.

Check out our comprehensive viewing guide to everything coming soon on Apple TV +.

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