Tonight on the Tube: 36 TV Marathons, Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives, Monk & White Collar

by Jason the TVaholic on November 27, 2009

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Get More Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives at AmazonOn cable tonight, Food Network has a Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives special, Science has the first season finale of Heavy Metal Task Force, and Sundance has the fifth season premiere of Shameless.

Need something to keep you entertained while your friends or spouse are out hitting all the sales today, then check out the list of 36 TV marathons below. Some of the best include Band of Brothers, Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives, The Golden Girls, Everybody Hates Chris, and White Collar.

Want to get some deals without leaving the house today, then check out Amazon’s TV on DVD Black Friday sale. There are some really great deals, like the first two seasons of Mad Men for only $14.00 ea. or the first season of Dexter for just $12.99. That’s about a buck an episode for each of those series.

Prime Picks

Smallville (The CW): Repeat. The “Savior” episode from earlier this season replays, where reporter John Corbin, guest star Brian Austin Green (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Beverly Hills, 90210) comes to work at the Daily Planet.

Monk (USA): New. It’s the beginning of the end tonight, as Mr. Monk is called to the crime scene where he first learned of the death of his wife and sets him down the path of investigating it once again. Plays again later. Last week’s episode replays earlier in the day.

White Collar (USA): New. Peter and Neal must deal with Interpol agents, Pai Gow, and the Triads as they investigate a case in Chinatown. Plays again later. The first five episodes of the series replay earlier in the day.

Other Option

  • Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives (Food Network): New. Guy takes another look back at some of his favorite places from the show. Plays again later. A 16 episode marathon plays leading up to this new episode.

Sports Notes

  • ABC has doubleheader college football action with Illinois at Cincinnati followed by Nebraska at Colorado.
  • ABC has college football action with Alabama at Auburn.
  • ESPN has three college basketball games and then doubleheader NBA action with the Washington Wizards at the Miami Heat followed by the Milwaukee Bucks at the team that shall not be named.
  • ESPN2 has college football with Rutgers at Louisville then two college basketball games and then more college football action with Pittsburgh at West Virginia followed by Nevada at Boise State.
  • Versus has the UFL Championship between the Florida Tuskers and the Las Vegas Locomotives from Las Vegas.

Late Night

  • Sons of Anarchy (FX): Repeat. This past Tuesday’s episode, “The Culling,” replays. Runs 65 minutes.

TV Marathons

A&E has 15 episodes of Criminal Minds.
Animal Planet has nine episodes of I’m Alive.
BET has 16 episodes of Everybody Hates Chris.
Biography has eight episodes of Biography early.
Bravo has nine episodes of The Real Housewives of New Jersey.
Discovery Channel has 14 episodes of Deadliest Catch.
DIY has 32 episodes of Cool Tools.
Fine Living has 12 episodes of Mission: Organization early.
Food Network has 17 episodes of Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives.
FOX Reality Channel has 15 episodes of Hell’s Kitchen.
FX has 18 episodes of That ’70s Show.
Green Channel has 24 episodes of Into the Pride.
GSN has nine episodes of Deal or No Deal early.
ID has 18 episodes of Deadly Women.
MSNBC has episodes of Caught on Camera all day.
MTV2 has 12 episodes of Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory.
National Geographic has six episodes of Ultimate Factories.
Nickelodeon has 18 episodes of George Lopez tonight into late night.
Science has six episodes of Extreme Machines early and later 12 episodes of Heavy Metal Task Force.
SOAPnet has eight episodes of Beverly Hills, 90210.
Speed has 22 episodes of Pinks – All Out.
Spike has 10 episodes of Band of Brothers.
Syfy has eight James Bond movies today.
TLC has 31 episodes of Say Yes to the Dress.
TNT has eight episodes of Law & Order.
Travel Channel has 11 episodes of Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern.
truTV has six episodes of Top 20 Most Shocking.
TV Land has 13 episodes of Sanford & Son early followed by 12 episodes of The Andy Griffith Show.
TV One has seven episodes of Bill Bellamy’s Who’s Got Jokes? early followed by eight episodes of Unsung.
USA has six episodes of NCIS early and later the first five episodes of White Collar.
VH1 has the five-part 100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs.
WE has 14 episodes of The Golden Girls early.

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