When Is ‘Elf’ Going to Be on TV?

Get your full helping of maple syrup this holiday season and gather the whole family around the tube to watch Elf. The festive comedy, which stars SNL alum Will Ferrell as Buddy the Elf, has rapidly become a seasonal favorite since first gracing the silver screen in 2003. Now, audiences everywhere can’t wait to watch the newest holiday classic.

Don’t know when or where you can watch this laugh-out-loud flick? Don’t be a cotton-headed ninny muggins — read on to see when Elf is going to be on TV. (And where to watch it if you don’t have cable.)

Will Ferrell in ‘Elf’ | Elf via Facebook

When is ‘Elf’ going to be on TV?

It looks like there are ample opportunities this year to post up in-front of the TV and join Buddy on his journey to New York City to find his dad. AMC got the broadcasting rights to the raucous Christmas comedy and, according to TV Guide, the channel is airing Elf six different times between December 1-December 11.

Want to tune in from across the pond? ITV announced via social media it will air the movie on Sunday, December 16.

Will Ferrell in ‘Elf’ | Elf via Facebook

Where can I stream ‘Elf’?

In this day and age, how could Elf not be available on at least one streaming service, right?

Unfortunately, streaming giant Netflix does not have this popular Christmas movie in its repertoire. The movie is, however, available to stream on Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and YouTube. According to Romper, the movie can also be purchased on iTunes.

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