Thanks­giv­ing 2023: Key TV times to plan your meal time round

Many time-hon­ored Thanks­giv­ing tra­di­tions are pub­licly tele­vised each year, which can make sched­ul­ing a large meal for the fam­i­ly a dif­fi­cult task between events such as parades, dog shows, and foot­ball games.
Every year, the annu­al Macy’s Thanks­giv­ing Day Parade fea­tures thou­sands of per­form­ers and attracts mil­lions of view­ers nation­wide. The NFL is also noto­ri­ous for fea­tur­ing a triple­head­er that sched­ules the games through­out the day.
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Here is a guide to cru­cial Thanks­giv­ing events on Thurs­day so that you can enjoy a feast with your entire fam­i­ly:
Macy’s 97th annu­al Thanks­giv­ing Day Parade
The annu­al New York City parade will get start­ed at 8:30 a.m. instead of 9 a.m., mean­ing that typ­i­cal view­ers will need to wake up a bit ear­li­er this year if they wish to watch the parade in its entire­ty. The singer head­lin­ing this year’s parade is Cher, who recent­ly released a new Christ­mas album last week titled Christ­mas. The parade will also have appear­ances by sev­er­al Broad­way shows, includ­ing Back to the Future: The Musi­cal, & Juli­et, an …