What you need to know
- 'Twas the Fight Before Christmas will get its premiere on November 26.
- Apple TV+ has shared its first trailer for the Christmas documentary.
We're getting closer to Christmas and the upcoming Apple TV+ documentary 'Twas the Fight Before Christmas has its first trailer ahead of its November 26 premiere.
The documentary follows the story of a North Idaho neighborhood that came to blows with perhaps the biggest Christmas event ever. And if this trailer is any indication, it's going to be must-watch Christmas television.
Check out the trailer to see why!
Whether you're someone who likes to decorate their home or someone who would prefer people stick to the insides of theirs, this looks set to be a Christmas winner regardless. So long as you don't happen to live in North Idaho, perhaps.
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