A lot to watch on TV before the weekend is out.
According to TVaholic, if you define a marathon as "at least five hours of the same show or type of movie," there are over 80 marathons on TV on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. We’ve jotted down some of the ones that sound most intriguiing to us; click here to go to TVaholic to see its entire list.
Today, Friday, Nov. 26th:
Discovery has 12 episodes of "Deadliest Catch."
Food Network has 16 episodes of "Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives."
History has 24 episodes of "Pawn Stars."
TBS has 18 episodes of "Seinfeld."
We has 10 episodes of "The Golden Girls."
On the movie front today, Syfy is showing six James Bond movies.
Over on TCM, it’s three Alfred Hitchcock movies starting at 1 PM, ET. Two of them feature the ravishing Grace Kelly (‘Dial M For Murder" and "To Catch a Thief"). A 1 pm (ET) the featured film is one of Hitchcock’s best movies, "Strangers on a Train." It stars Robert Walker, who is little known to most general audiences today, in one of the creepiest portrayals ever recorded on celluloid. It’s a most-see!
Tomorrow, Saturday, Nov. 27th, some of the marathons we’ll watch include:
BET, which has 21 episodes of the "Bernie Mac Show"
Bravo, which has six episodes of "House"
GSN, which will show 12 episodes of "Deal or No Deal"
Oxygen, which has 11 episodes of "America’s Next Top Model"
On the movie front, Spike has two showings each of "Star Wars" I, II
Here’s some favorites from Sunday’s marathon lineup:
AMC has it’s Three Stooges, which are are usually on multiple day and times.
Ten episodes of "Dirty Jobs" on Discovery Channel
Eight episodes of "Mystery Diagnosis" on Discovery Health
Thirty episodes of "Pimp My Ride" on Speed
Seven episodes of "Hoarding: Buried Alive" on TLC
Thirteen episodes of "NCIS" on USA
Movie of the Day on Sunday is the LOL "The Odd Couple" with Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau at 6 p.m. ET on TCM