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Is the tradition of 'Christmas specials' a purely British phenomenon?
I know that when US series are on air, they will quite often produce a Christmas episode to co-incide with the festive season, but what about those shows that are not showing over the winter months? Do any other countries re-assemble the cast, in the style of 'Gavin & Stacey', 'Doctor Who' and many other shows for a one-off Christmas special? Or indeed, are there any one-off dramas (like Northern Lights) produced especially for Christmas elsewhere in the world?
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vultan answers:

I think they do sometimes, but maybe not for current TV shows. The Star Wars Holiday Special is a famous example, in spite of George Lucas' attemtpts to airbrush it out of history.


Supplement from 12/22/2008 02:22pm:

This is how wookies celebrate christmas. Not for the squeamish.


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xoloriib answers:

The only one that I know in Australia is the Spicks and Specks Christmas special which has so far happened each year 2006, 2007, 2008.
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Supplement from 12/22/2008 07:56pm:

and also 2005 as this clip shows.


Supplement from 12/22/2008 08:07pm:

More details about this musical quiz programme at : -
http://www.abc.net.au/tv/spicksandspecks/


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