'The Waltons'

Samuel Goergen (from left), Ryan Newman, Logan Shroyer, Tatum Matthews, Christian Finlayson, Callaway Corrick and Marcelle LeBlanc attend the premiere for “A Waltons Thanksgiving” at The Garland in Los Angeles.

TV producer Sam Haskell was thrilled last year to be able to revive “The Waltons” for the first time in a quarter century with “The Waltons’ Homecoming” on the CW. It drew solid ratings.

He was hoping he could convince the network to turn the wholesome family series into a rebooted series. But the CW instead gave him the green light for a second movie, “A Waltons Thanksgiving.”

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