What would Super Hanukkah be without a Hanukkah bush? Beverly Goldberg doesn't see why Hanukkah can't be as festive and raucous as Christmas and if renaming a few things makes her happy, more power to her!
The Tanner-Fullers -- Fuller House
Who wouldn't want to spend the holidays in this gorgeous house in San Francisco with a family that coordinates as well as this bunch? Honestly, where do they find a tree like that in California?
The Khans -- Doctor Who
The Who-verse isn't known for deep or detailed family relationships. Most Companions are fairly footloose and fancy-free and, if they aren't, their family members tend to tag along in the T.A.R.D.I.S. The most recent season broke with many traditions and one of the nicest things to come out of that was meeting Yaz's family. Mum Najia is extremely capable and keen to put a name to everything, Hakim is a very easy-going dad in a house full of strong female personalities. Sister Sonya is highly observant, with a curious nature about her sister and Nani Umbreen sets a high standard for wit and wisdom, having lived an adventure-filled and ground-breaking life. Holidays with the Khans would be brilliant.
The Finns (and maybe Isaac) -- The Orville
Dr. Claire Finn has had a family very much on her terms, raising two sons with no father and taking them to her postings on her pick of the Planetary Union's fleet. She probably wouldn't have predicted how her sons would take to Isaac, the Kaylon crew member, making him family by circumstance if not biology. However they celebrate holidays in the future, I suspect Dr. Finn makes sure her sons have a great time.
The Spellmans -- Chilling Adventures of Sabringa
Another magical household, The Spellmans and all their hangers-on epitomize the saying,"May you live in interesting times." As seen in the Solstice episode, even the innocent wish to spend some time with her mother, leads Sabrina into some crazy times. Who wouldn't want a front row seat to that?
The Villanuevas -- Jane the Virgin
For a family as deep in their faith as the Villanuevas are, Christmas is a truly spiritual time. We have seen how closely they hold to family and the love therein. Christmas-time amplifies that all a hundred-fold.
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