The CW has been promoting Terry Crews Saves Christmas as a “special” but there are five episodes, like a short-run holiday-themed TV series. Will it become a December tradition, like The Great Christmas Light Fight on ABC, and return for a second season next year? Stay tuned.
On Terry Crews Saves Christmas, energetic comedy actor Terry Crews is a big fan of Christmas. He visits hopeless holiday enthusiasts and puts them through a humorous crash-course on how to do Christmas right. After spying on the makings of a Christmas mess, an expert team (led by Crew and his no-nonsense food, beverage and design experts) intervene and provide tips and tricks to pull off a Christmas that friends and family will remember for years to come. Can Terry deliver the magic to save the (holly) day?
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What do you think? Do you like the Terry Crews Saves Christmas series on The CW? Do you think it should be renewed for a second season?