News & Notes
Over on cable, A&E has the third season winter premiere of Beyond Scared Straight, Bravo has the second season finale of The Real Housewives of Miami, Cooking Channel has the third season premiere of Hook, Line & Dinner, FX has the eighth season finale of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, History has a 2012 the End is Now special, Lifetime has a Project Runway special, MTV has the series finale of Jersey Shore, TLC has a Say Yes to the Dress special, and USA Network has the sixth season finale of Burn Notice.
In late night, FX has the fourth season finale of The League and the series finale of Unsupervised and Showtime has the first season finale of Reality Show.
Take a look at the week leading up to Christmas Day TV wise with ‘Twas the TV Week Before Christmas – 2012.
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I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown (ABC): Repeat. Linus and Lucy’s little brother ReRun spend the holiday hanging out with Snoopy and his brother Spike.
Burn Notice (USA Network): Season Finale. Things take a bad turn while trying to get one last thing to aid their disappearance, which leads to Jesse getting captured and worse for Sam. But, everything leads to a potential plan that could help them out of their predicament. Runs two hours. Plays again later. Very entertaining and action packed finale that leaves things in an interesting place to head into season seven.
- Dexter (SHO2): Repeat. This past Sunday night’s seventh season finale episode, “Surprise, Motherf**ker!,” replays.
- Homeland (SHO2): Repeat. This past Sunday night’s second season finale episode, “The Choice,” replays.
- ESPN has the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl with BYU vs. San Diego State.
- TNT has doubleheader NBA action tonight.
Thursday TV Marathons
Centric has 20 episodes of The Steve Harvey Show.
Oxygen has 16 episodes of House.
Syfy has 11 episodes of Haven.
USA Network has eight episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit early followed by seven episodes of NCIS.
What are you going to watch Thursday?