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What to observe and stream on Recent Yr’s 2022

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2023 is here finally. To ring out 2022 in style, there’s a slew of Recent Yr’s Eve specials featuring various celebrities and musicians. Or, in case you’d reasonably just sit back and watch a movie,  we’ve got you covered there, too.

Here’s your essential guide for what to observe on Recent Yr’s Eve and Recent Yr’s Day.

Recent Yr’s Eve

“Dick Clark’s Recent Yr’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest”

The decades-long annual tradition is back. This yr, Liza Koshy co-hosts together with Seacrest; the special will feature a combination of performances and celebrity appearances from Halle Bailey, Duran Duran, Ciara, Ben Platt, Shaggy and more. 

Where to observe: ABC (8 p.m.) 

Ryan Seacrest returns to host the Times Square NYE event. Getty Images

“Miley’s Recent Yr’s Eve Party”

Miley Cyrus returns for her second NYE special, joined by Dolly Parton. Produced by Lorne Michaels, it’s going to feature performances from, amongst others, Cyrus, Sia and Rae Sremmurd. Chloe Fineman and Sarah Sherman (“SNL”) can even make appearances, together with the comedy trio “Please Don’t Destroy.” 

Where to observe: NBC (10:30 p.m.) and Peacock.

Miley Cyrus smiling. Miley Cyrus. Vijat Mohindra/NBC via Getty Ima

“Recent Yr’s Live” 

Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen co-host the countdown to the ball dropping, and this yr, their notoriously boozy coverage will reportedly be sober. They’ll be joined by quite a lot of celebs and musical guests, including Usher, Ellie Goulding, Jean Smart, Jon Stamos and Jack Black. 

Where to observe: CNN (8 p.m.) 

“All American Recent Yr 2023” 

“Fox & Friends” weekend hosts Will Cain, Rachel Campos-Duffy and Pete Hegseth will emcee the night, joined by musical guest Brantley Gilbert. 

Where to Watch: Fox News Channel (10 p.m.) 

“United in Song 2022” 

Hosted by Grammy winner Renee Fleming, this special celebrates quite a lot of music, from rock to Broadway to country. Featured artists making appearances include Jason Derulo, country singer Brett Young, American Pops Orchestra and “Eccanto” star Carolina Gaitán.

Where to observe: PBS (8 p.m.) 

Jason Derulo singing in sunglasses onstage. Jason Derulo is one among the various singers appearing on “United in Song.” Getty Images

“Recent Yr’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash”

This five-hour special will feature a medley of huge names in country music, including Sheryl Crow, Little Big Town, Luke Bryan and Zac Brown Band.

Where to observe: CBS (8 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.) and Paramount+.

“Back that Yr Up: NYE Special”

Comedians Kevin Hart and Kenan Thompson host this special that reflects on the yr’s biggest moments in popular culture, politics, sports and social media. Celebrities making guest appearances include Nick Cannon, Quinta Brunson, Rob Gronkowski, Terry Crews and Roy Wood Jr.

Where to observe: streaming on Peacock

Kevin Hart and Kenan Thompson hosting Kevin Hart and Kenan Thompson are hosting “Back that Yr Up.” Kevin Kwan/Peacock

“A Toast to 2022!”

This two-hour special features “Today” co-hosts Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager and can look back on the yr’s biggest moments including interviews with Christie Brinkley, Mario Lopez and Johnny Weir. George Lopez, Martha Stewart, Kenan Thompson, Miley Cyrus and Dolly Parton can even appear.

Where to observe: NBC (8 p.m).

Recent Yr’s Day

“Joyful Recent Yr, Charlie Brown!”

This special originally aired on Recent Yr’s Day in 1986 on CBS. It follows Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus and the gang as they prepare for his or her Recent Yr’s celebrations. Meanwhile, Charlie Brown spends the day dreading doing a book report on “War and Peace.” 

Where to observe: AppleTV+.

“Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery”  

In the event you’d reasonably watch a movie, the sequel to the 2019 hit “Knives Out” is now streaming. Detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) solves one other mystery, this time involving a death on a billionaire’s private island. The star-studded solid includes Edward Norton, Janelle Monáe, Kate Hudson, Leslie Odom Jr., and Kathryn Hahn. 

Where to observe: Netflix.

 Kate Hudson, Jessica Henwick, Daniel Craig, and Leslie Odom Jr. in Kate Hudson, Jessica Henwick, Daniel Craig, and Leslie Odom Jr. in “Glass Onion.” ©Netflix/Courtesy Everett Colle

“All the things In all places All at Once”

This critically-acclaimed 2022 movie has racked up a slew of awards thus far, including six Golden Globe nominations. In the event you missed it in theaters, what higher strategy to ring in 2023? The plot follows Evelyn Quan Wang (Michelle Yeoh), a girl who gets swept up into an adventure exploring other lives she could have led. 

Where to observe: Amazon.

“When Harry Met Sally”

Can a person and woman really be just friends? Join Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan within the Nora Ephron classic as Harry and Sally have an ill-fated first meeting that evolves right into a relationship over time — all culminating on Recent Yr’s Eve.

Where to observe: Hulu, Showtime (streaming).

“Kaleidoscope”

This recent heist-drama series boasts a solid including Giancarlo Esposito, Jai Courtney, and Rufus Sewell, and it has an revolutionary format where viewers get the episodes in several orders, ending within the grand finale of the heist.

Where to observe: Netflix.

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