In 2001, US animated comedy, Family Guy, aired ‘A Very Special Family Guy Freakin’ Christmas’ – a Christmas-themed episode of the hit show. The episode was broadcast to coincide with the holiday season and provide audiences with some seasonal drama.
Due to the popularity of the episode, with audiences enjoying this dose of festive content with the Griffins, Christmas episodes became a regular thing on the show. Continuing in subsequent years, Family Guy incorporated Christmas episodes into future season.
But if you’re new to Family Guy, 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 Family Guy are there?!
For all the details and more, keep on reading!
Every Christmas episode of Family Guy in order
During the course of its run, Family Guy featured 10 holiday-themed episodes. If you wish to seek out all of the episodes, then simply follow this list:
- A Very Special Family Guy Freakin’ Christmas – Family Guy: Season Three, Episode Sixteen (2001)
- Road to the North Pole – Family Guy: Season Nine, Episode Seven (2010)
- Jesus, Mary and Joseph! – Family Guy: Season Eleven, Episode Eight (2012)
- Christmas Guy – Family Guy: Season Twelve, Episode Eight (2013)
- The 2000-Year-Old Virgin – Family Guy: Season Thirteen, Episode Six (2014)
- How the Griffin Stole Christmas – Family Guy: Season Fifteen, Episode Nine (2016)
- Don’t Be a Dickens at Christmas – Family Guy: Season Sixteen, Episode Nine (2017)
- Christmas is Coming – Family Guy: Season Eighteen, Episode Nine (2019)
- The First No L – Family Guy: Season Nineteen, Episode Nine (2020)
- Christmas Crime – Family Guy: Season Twenty, Episode Ten (2021)
Seek out the above episodes of Family Guy through streaming services, DVD, or via TV re-runs, and you’ll have all the holiday hilarity you could ever desire.
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