Here’s Where To Find ‘The Grinch’ This Holiday Season
Have you been feeling a bit Grinchy or more like Cindy Lou Who this holiday season? Either way, there are plenty of opportunities to catch Dr. Seuss’ heart-melting classic Christmas tale of the Grinch and his attempt to rob Whoville of Yuletide joy on TV over the next few weeks.
Originally published as a children’s book in 1957, How the Grinch Stole Christmas has been adapted for the small and big screen many times since then. The original 26-minute 1966 animated version is scheduled to air on NBC on Thursday, November 30th at 8:00 p.m. ET. That’s the one with the deep-voiced Thurl Ravenscroft singing “You’re a Mean One Mr. Grinch.” You can also stream it anytime on Peacock.
The O.G. (1966)
Need a little more? According to USA Today, Ron Howard’s feature-length, live-action version starring Jim Carrey will be airing on Christmas Day (December 25th) at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. The movie will also be streaming on Peacock between December 20th and 31st.
But wait, there’s more! Another way to see the 2000 Jim Carrey film is in select theaters starting Sunday, December 3rd. If none of those options or times are convenient for you, Prime Video and Apple TV are offering the movie version of How the Grinch Stole Christmas as a 48-hour rental.
Jim Carrey’s Grinning ‘Grinch’ (2000)