Today you will find an abundance of College Bowl games, see below for who is playing where. There are actually a few new episodes of TV shows worth a look on the networks. In the Holiday TV Show Marathon department there are a few of those running today as well. ABC Family is playing the entire first season of Wildfire today leading up to the first episode of season two. For a list of more TV show marathons see below. Happy Viewing!
Arrested Development (FOX): S.O.B.s is the title of the episode. A fundraiser is held and hilarity ensues.
Arrested Development (FOX): Repeat with guest star Martin Short as Uncle Jack called in to help deal with Lucille 2.
Las Vegas (NBC): Ed and Danny try to track down a diamond thief after they go missing during the shooting of a music video.
Medium (NBC): Joe fears for their daughter when Allison canâ€™t stop dreaming about a murderer who kills girls.
Surface (NBC): Rich and Laura try to get their footage to the media before Lee finds them.
House (FOX): Repeat with a dying young girl with an amazing strength in the face of her situation. House is not sure whether it is or is just a symptom of her condition. This was a very good episode. It is definitely worth a look if you have not already seen it or if Las Vegas isnâ€™t your cup of tequila.
CSI: Miami (CBS): Repeat where a teenage tourist goes missing.
The King of Queens (CBS): Repeat where Doug thinks Deacon has replaced him with a new friend.
How I Met Your Mother (CBS): Repeat of the very funny Halloween episode. Barney with his many costumes and Ted goes in search of his pumpkin dream girl. This episode is one of the funniest of this show so far.
Two and a Half Men (CBS): Repeat with Charlie having a little trouble getting up and Rose tries to help him understand his problem as it relates to his mother. This show is always solidly funny but this episode was great.
Out of Practice (CBS): Repeat where Oliver loses his apartment and has to move in with Ben.
No third hour other option.
Wildfire (ABC Family): Season Premiere. Replays again right after.
Unwrapped (Food Network): Get a look at the making of some of your favorite skinny snacks.
Unwrapped (Food Network): Repeat about protein snacks.
HGTVâ€™s Dream House 2006 (HGTV): See it take shape from just a plot of land to the finished product.
ESPN has the Outback Bowl with Florida versus Iowa from Tampa, FL in the morning.
FOX has the AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic with Alabama playing Texas Tech from Dallas, TX in the morning.
NBC has the Toyota Gator Bowl with Louisville and Virginia Tech from Jacksonville, FL in the morning.
ABC has a tripleheader that starts right after the parade coverage. First is the Capital One Bowl with Auburn playing Wisconsin from Orlando, FL. Then it is the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, which is the only Bowl where the whole name fits, with Notre Dame facing off against Ohio State from Tempe, AZ. The capper for the night is the Nokia Sugar Bowl with Georgia versus West Virginia from Atlanta, GA.
Holiday TV Show Marathons
Discovery Channel: Five episodes of A Haunting follow by five episodes of I Shouldnâ€™t Be Alive.
Hallmark Channel: Eight episodes of JAG overnight.
ESPN2: Replays off six different years of the National Spelling Bee are played.
Speed: Coverage of the Barrett-Jackson Automobile Auction.
Travel Channel: Tournament of Roses Parade 2006 Pre-Show followed by the actual parade and then the parade is repeated two more times in case you missed it the first time.
TLC: Six episodes of 10 Years Younger followed by six episodes of What Not to Wear.
ABC Family: The entire 12 episode first season of Wildfire plays leading up to the first episode of Season 2, which premieres tonight.
Animal Planet: 11 episodes of Thatâ€™s My Baby followed by shows involving animals and cops.
CourtTV: Nine episodes of Dominick Dunne: Power, Privilege & Justice.
A&E: Blocks of Inked and Dog the Bounty Hunter.
TNT: Nine episodes of Law & Order.
Sci Fi Channel: 14 straight episodes of Stargate SG-1. You may also find a few episodes of The Twilight Zone early in the morning.
E!: Nine episodes of Dr. 90210.
Bravo: The entire 12-episode season of The Biggest Loser.
Noggin: 16 episodes of Degrassi: The Next Generation.
Discovery Health: Eight episodes of Plastic Surgery: Before & After.
TV Marathons Note: Check your local listing for exact times in your area.