Thanksgiving is over, so let the season of TV Christmas specials commence! (Not that it hasn't already, but, you know.)
On Monday, Nov. 27, Grammy-winning and multi-platinum a cappella recording group Pentatonix returns to NBC for another holiday special—A Very Pentatonix Christmas—following up on their 2016 hit holiday broadcast A Pentatonix Christmas Special.
The group recently released a deluxe version of their certified platinum 2016 holiday album, A Pentatonix Christmas Deluxe, and will be beginning their Christmas tour in Chicago this coming Sunday, Dec. 3.
'Christmas in Rockefeller Center' will air live on NBC. 'Today' anchors Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb and Al Roker will host the annual tree lighting celebration.
Among the performances in the hourlong NBC event will be the group's duet of holiday classics with multi-award-winner and The Voice coach Jennifer Hudson; country singer Brett Eldredge performing with the group; and 13-year-old America's Got Talent winner, ventriloquist/singer Darci Lynne Farmer, also performing.
Other guest stars include Jay Leno and Kermit the Frog.
In this exclusive look at A Very Pentatonix Christmas, we get a peek at the holiday cheer that's in store. Check it out!
A Very Pentatonix Christmas, Monday, Nov. 27, 10/9c, NBC. Encore airing Wednesday, Dec. 6, 8/7c.