The Couchmaster’s Guide to Thanksgiving Day – All the Television Marathons You Need to Know About

by Howie Decker @HowardTheDeck on November 25, 2013

in Television

This year, your Thanksgiving Day television consumption can reflect your food preferences: you can try a little of everything, or you can have a whole lot of one thing.

Many networks are filling their holiday slate with a single program marathon (as usual), and we’ve got your guide to all the fixins right here:

American Pickers (Nov. 27 from 11am-10pm, History Channel)

Duck Dynasty  (Nov. 27 from 7pm-4:02am, and Nov. 28 from 6pm-4:02am, A&E)

Arrested Development (6 am – 6 am Friday, IFC)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer (6 am – 4 pm, Chiller)

Charlie Brown marathon  (Nov. 27 beginning at 4pm, ABC Family)

How I Met Your Mother (all day on FXX)

Three Stooges (IFC)

Friends (10 am – 5 pm, TBS)

Castle (10 am – 11 pm, TNT) (They know drama, so)

Modern Family (9 am – 1 am, USA)

Life Below Zero (9am, Nat Geo

Harry Potter marathon (Nov. 28-30 on ABC Family (beginning Nov. 28 at 1pm))

Cake Boss (6 am – 8:30 pm, TLC)

Supernanny (6 am – 3 am, Style)

The Andy Griffith Show (8 am – 7:30 pm, TV Land)

NCIS (10 am – 8 pm, USA)

Swamp People (7am-6pm, History)

The Godfather Parts I and II (11:30 am – 8 pm, AMC)

Brothers & Sisters (5 pm – 1 am, SOAPnet)

Mystery Science Theater 3000 (streaming here beginning 9am)

James Bond movie marathon (SyFy)

Real Husbands of Hollywood (BET)

Hitchcock marathon (Nov. 29 beginning at 9am, AMC)

Star Wars marathon (Nov. 29 from 2pm-12:30am; Nov. 30 from 12pm-1:30am, Spike)

You can find more notable 2013 Thanksgiving programming here, such as a new Doctor Who special, and a “countdown to 25 Days of Christmas on ABC Family” (so, essentially, a countdown to a countdown).


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