List of 153 TV Marathons for Thanksgiving Weekend 2010

by Jason the TVaholic on November 24, 2010

in Cable TV, TV Talk

Here is a list of TV marathons for the Thanksgiving Weekend 2010 broken down by day. There are 51 on Thursday, 38 on Friday, 32 on Saturday and 32 on Sunday. Note: A marathon has to be at least five hours of the same show or type of movie to be listed. My Picks would be Burn Notice and The Cosby Show on Thursday, Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives and Everybody Hates Chris on Friday, House and Saturday Night Live on Saturday, and Undeclared and Three Stooges on Sunday. Happy Watching!

Thanksgiving Day TV Marathons

A&E has 20 episodes of The First 48.
AMC is playing The Godfather and The Godfather, Part 2 twice today.
Animal Planet has 11 episodes of The Haunted.
BBC America has 11 episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
BIO has 21 episodes of Biography.
Bravo has eight episodes of Millionaire Matchmaker followed by five episodes of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Centric has 24 episodes of The Cosby Show.
Cooking Channel has nine episodes of Foodography.
Discovery Channel has 11 episodes of MythBusters.
DIY has episodes of Cool Tools all day.
FX is playing the movie Kung Fu Panda 10 times today.
G4 has 21 episodes of Campus PD.
Green has 17 episodes of Everest: Beyond the Limit.
GSN has nine episodes of Deal or No Deal early.
HGTV has 10 episodes of House Hunters followed by 14 episodes of House Hunters International.
History has nine episodes of Ancient Aliens.
HUB has 12 episodes of The Twisted Whiskers Show followed by five episodes of Family Game Night.
Logo has 12 episodes of RuPaul’s Drag Race.
MSNBC has nine episodes of Caught on Camera followed by six episodes of Lockup: Raw.
MTV has five episodes of My Super Sweet 16.
MTV2 has 12 episodes of Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory followed by 18 episodes of Rob & Big.
Nat Geo has six episodes of How the Earth Changed early.
Nat Geo Wild has 17 episodes of My Dog Ate What?
Nickelodeon has 16 episodes of George Lopez tonight into late night.
Oxygen has 10 episodes of Snapped.
Science has 26 episodes of How It’s Made.
SoapNET has eight episodes of Beverly Hills, 90210.
Speed has 13 episodes of Dangerous Drives followed by six episodes of Hollywood’s Hottest Car Chases.
Spike TV has 12 episodes of Gangland.
style has 17 episodes of Clean House.
Syfy is playing eight James Bond movies today.
TLC has 39 episodes of Cake Boss.
TNT has seven episodes of Law & Order.
Travel Channel has 38 episodes of Man v. Food.
truTV has 12 episodes of Speeders followed by eight episodes of Smoking Gun Presents: World’s Dumbest Criminals.
TV Guide Network has 14 episodes of Ugly Betty.
TV Land has 11 episodes of I Dream of Jeannie followed by 12 episodes of Bewitched and then nine episodes of Roseanne.
Universal HD has 24 episodes of That’s Life.
USA has 12 episodes of Burn Notice.
Versus is playing Rocky II, III, IV & V twice.
VH1 has five hours of Saturday Night Live episodes.
WE has five episodes of Downsized.

Friday TV Marathons

A&E has 20 episodes of Criminal Minds.
Animal Planet has eight episodes of I Shouldn’t Be Alive followed by six episodes of Life.
BBC America has 14 the first eight episodes of Law & Order: UK.
BET has 20 episodes of Everybody Hates Chris.
BIO has 12 episodes of American Gangster.
Bravo has six episodes of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Centric has 24 episodes of Steve Harvey.
Discovery Channel has 12 episodes of Deadliest Catch.
Discovery Health has seven episodes of Dr. G: Medical Examiner.
DIY has episodes of Cool Tools all day.
Food Network has 16 episodes of Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives.
Green has 26 episodes of Operation Wild.
GSN has 11 episodes of Wheel of Fortune early.
History has 24 episodes of Pawn Stars.
ION has 10 episodes of Criminal Minds.
Logo has six episodes of The A-List: New York.
MSNBC has nine episodes of Caught on Camera.
MTV has eight episodes of My Super Sweet 16 early and later eight episodes of Teen Mom.
MTV2 has nine episodes of Bam’s Unholy Union followed by 18 episodes of Viva La Bam.
Nat Geo has five episodes of Ultimate Factories.
Nickelodeon has 12 episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants and later 16 episodes of George Lopez tonight into late night.
Speed has 22 episodes of Pinks: All Out.
style has seven episodes of Giuliana & Bill early followed by seven episodes of Jerseylicious.
Syfy is playing four James Bond movies and them two more later.
TBS has 18 episodes of Seinfeld.
TLC has 16 episodes of What Not to Wear.
truTV has six episodes of Most Shocking.
TV Land has 12 episodes of Sanford and Son followed by 10 episodes of Everybody Loves Raymond.
USA has 14 episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
VH1 is playing the Back to the Future Trilogy.
WE has six episodes of Downsized and later 10 episodes of The Golden Girls.

Saturday TV Marathons

ABC Family is playing Home Alone 4, 3 & 2: Lost in New York tonight.
Animal Planet has six episodes of Confessions: Animal Hoarding.
BBC America has six episodes of Law & Order: UK.
BET has 21 episodes of The Bernie Mac Show.
Bravo has six episodes of House.
Centric has 19 episodes of Soul Train.
Discovery Channel has 15 episodes of Deadliest Catch.
G4 has 12 episodes of Heroes followed by 16 episodes of Cheaters.
Green has nine episodes of Treasure Quest.
GSN has 12 episodes of Deal or No Deal.
Hallmark Channel has made for TV holiday themed movies all day.
History has 11 episodes of Ice Road Truckers.
HUB is playing four Muppet movies today.
ID has 16 episodes of Deadly Women.
Lifetime has made for TV holiday themed movies all day.
MSNBC has five episodes of Lockup: Raw.
MTV has five episodes of True Life.
MTV2 has 11 episodes of American Gladiators.
Nat Geo has five episodes of Border Wars followed by five episodes of Great Migrations.
Nickelodeon has 16 episodes of George Lopez tonight into late night.
Oxygen has 11 episodes of America’s Next Top Model.
Science has 36 episodes of How Do They Do It?
Speed has 14 episodes of Stacey David’s Gearz followed by 15 episodes of Dangerous Drives.
Spike TV is playing Star Wars Episode I, II & III twice.
TLC has 13 episodes of 48 Hours…
Travel Channel has five episodes of Food Paradise.
TV Land has 13 episodes of The Nanny early and later 10 episodes of Everybody Loves Raymond.
TV One has 34 episodes of Good Times.
VH1 has eight hours of Saturday Night Live episodes.

Sunday TV Marathons

ABC Family is playing Home Alone 4, 3 & 2: Lost in New York today.
AMC has 12 episodes of Three Stooges.
Animal Planet has six episodes of River Monsters…
Bravo has five episodes of Tabatha’s Salon Takeover early.
Centric has 10 episodes of Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is.
Discovery Channel has 10 episodes of Dirty Jobs.
Discovery Health has eight episodes of Mystery Diagnosis.
Green has six episodes of Out of Egypt early followed by 13 episodes of Solving History With Olly Steeds.
Hallmark Channel has made for TV holiday themed movies all day.
HGTV has 10 episodes of House of Bryan.
IFC has 14 episodes of Undeclared.
Lifetime has made for TV holiday themed movies all day.
Logo has seven episodes of Arrangement.
MTV has six episodes of 16 & Pregnant.
MTV2 has 17 episodes of Run’s House.
Nickelodeon has 16 episodes of George Lopez tonight into late night.
Oxygen has 15 episodes of Snapped.
Science has 20 episodes of Factory Made.
Speed has 14 episodes of Hot Rod TV followed by 30 episodes of Pimp My Ride.
Spike TV is playing Star Wars Episode IV, V & VI twice.
TLC has eight episodes of Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta followed by seven episodes of Hoarding: Buried Alive.
TNT has five episodes of Law & Order early.
truTV has six episodes of Full Throttle Saloon.
TV Guide Network has 10 episodes of Ugly Betty.
TV Land has nine episodes of The Nanny early.
USA has 13 episodes of NCIS.
VH1 has 11 episode of Fantasia For Real.
WE has six episodes of Amazing Wedding Cakes and follwed by six episodes of Bridezillas.

Will any of these TV marathons get you to sit for hours over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend? Know of a marathon that I missed, let me know in the comments.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Justin November 24, 2010 at 6:58 pm

Definitely house of Brian on HGTV Sunday

2 Patty November 25, 2010 at 8:18 am

House of Brian caught my eye also. Possible some Muppet movies.

3 AndrewT November 28, 2010 at 6:59 pm

So glad you like so many television programs and actually enjoy watching TV. So many critics only tolerate the shows that are marginal hits and always seek to denigrate them for not having numbers. Many quality programs exist and are enjoyed by large numbers of viewers, just not enough to be Neilson champs. You know I’m talking about 30 Rock, Community, “smartly scripted dramas”, etc.

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