How to Watch Yule Log on TV, Streaming, and Online

How to Watch Yule Log on TV, Streaming, and Online

This year, Angelenos who were planning to receive their Christmas presents beside a roaring fire on a chilly morning will be disappointed. Even though it’s already quite chilly, on Christmas Eve, local air quality regulators issued a no-burn order for all of Orange County, the non-desert areas of Riverside, San Bernardino, and Los Angeles counties.

Fortunately, the internet exists, and there are a lot of online options.

The original is, of course, the three-hour looping WPIX Yule Log, which debuted on Christmas Eve 1966 and is a 17-second clip of the mayor of New York City’s mansion, Gracie Mansion, roaring in the fireplace. On Christmas Day, the station will broadcast its 1970 Yule Log from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for people living in the tri-state area. WPIX will play the 1966 original from 4 to 5 p.m. for anyone who would like to see it.

The Fireplace for Your Home on Netflix is one of the most well-liked choices. Originally released in 2011, the package includes three fireplace episodes that were written by George Ford and are now available to watch in vibrant 4K Ultra HD. Three 60-minute movies were produced; Cracking Yule Log Fireplace (music from songs like “Joy to the World” and “We Wish You a Merry Christmas”), Cracking Fireplace (no music), and Crackling Fireplace with Music (music for a more sombre atmosphere).

Superman started a fire in DC’s own 10-hour Yule Log Fireplace, which served as the holiday gathering place.

There is a Yule Log Channel on Roku that offers holiday specials from the public domain in addition to a Yule Log.

Customers of Spectrum TV can find some warm Christmas cheer in the Christmas Yule Log On Demand category through December 31. Customers of Spectrum Video may enjoy eight channels of enticing holiday ambience, including festive fires, cosy piano sounds, and gifts beneath the tree, all for free when they subscribe to the Yule Log category.





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