In 1997, legal comedy-drama, Ally McBeal, aired ‘Boy to the World’ – a Christmas-themed episode of the law-based show. The episode was broadcast to coincide with the holiday season and provide Ally audiences with some seasonal drama.
Due to the popularity of the episode, with audiences enjoying this dose of festive content, Christmas episodes became an annual thing on the show. Continuing in subsequent years, Ally McBeal incorporated Christmas episodes into every season.
But if you’re new to Ally McBeal, you love Christmas, and you want to seek out the holiday episodes of the show, what are the stories you need to look out for? And more importantly, how many Christmas episodes of Ally McBeal are there?!
For all the details and more, keep on reading!
Every Christmas episode of Ally McBeal in order
During the course of its run, Ally McBeal featured 8 holiday-themed episodes. If you wish to seek out all of the episodes, then simply follow this list:
- Boy to the World – Ally McBeal: Season One, Episode Ten (1997)
- Silver Bells – Ally McBeal: Season One, Episode Eleven (1997)
- Making Spirits Bright – Ally McBeal: Season Two, Episode Ten (1998)
- Saving Santa – Ally McBeal: Season Three, Episode Seven (1999)
- Blue Christmas – Ally McBeal: Season Three, Episode Eight (1999)
- ‘Tis the Season – Ally McBeal: Season Four, Episode Six (2000)
- The Man with the Bag – Ally McBeal: Season Four, Episode Eight (2000)
- Nine One One – Ally McBeal: Season Five, Episode Seven (2001)
Seek out the above episodes of Ally McBeal through streaming services, DVD, or via TV re-runs, and you’ll have all the holiday legal drama you could ever desire.
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One Response to List of Ally McBeal Christmas episodes
Thanks for that. I noticed that tendency and wondered why. I thought maybe it was just timing – that the shows ran in the fall and winter so they featured holiday themes.
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