How can I watch The Flintstones Christmas?
Currently you are able to watch “A Flintstone Christmas” streaming on Boomerang, Boomerang Amazon Channel.
How many Flintstones Christmas episodes are there?
The original series The Flintstones aired just one Christmas episode over its six-season run. But what a gem it was.
How many Flintstones Christmas specials are there?
The episode is followed by three Christmas-themed Flintstones specials: A Flintstone Christmas (1977), A Flintstone Family Christmas (1993) and A Flintstones Christmas Carol (1994). It has been released on DVD.
Did the Flintstones celebrate Christmas?
The flintstones celebrated Christmas before the birth of Jesus Christ.
WHEN DID A Flintstone Christmas come out?
December 7, 1977
A Flintstone Christmas/Initial release
The special first aired on NBC on December 7, 1977. The special has been released on VHS and DVD. It is followed by two more Flintstones Christmas specials, A Flintstone Family Christmas (1993) and A Flintstones Christmas Carol (1994).
Is the Flintstones set in the future?
The Flintstones and other Bedrock residents are living in a post-apocalyptic future, and the Jetsons reach this society through the time machine.
Which came first Jetsons or Flintstones?
The Hanna-Barbera animated sitcom premiered two years after The Flintstones, on September 23, 1962. It remains as relevant as ever. But there are some things you might not know about the Jetsons!
Is Flintstones after Jetsons?
They were both made by the Hanna-Barbera Productions company, and while you may not really think that they are connected, there are a lot of people who think that its all in the same universe. Not only that, but they believe that The Flintstones are actually in a post-apocalyptic future right there with The Jetsons.
Why did The Jetsons get Cancelled?
3. THE JETSONS WAS CANCELED BECAUSE OF “LACK OF COLOR.” In 1962, less than three percent of American homes had a color TV set, but The Jetsons was broadcast in color—ABC’s first show to air that way. For those watching on a black-and-white TV, they missed out on the vibrant world Hanna-Barbera had created.