Labor Day TV Marathons 2010

Labor Day TV Marathons 2010

The idea of TV marathons seems quaint, somehow, since you can watch marathons of your own using streaming Netflix (among other things).  However, one of the few things I don’t like about Netflix is that you can’t just tell it to play the episodes through until you stop it.  That would be my preference, sometimes.  Some of the marathons may also be the current season…and, you know, you may just be nostalgic for when other folks got to pick what you watched when. 😉

I’ll consider it a marathon if there are at least three episodes of the same show in a row on the same channel…here are a few of them. 

A&E: Hoarders

Animal Planet: Whale Wars

BBC America: Star Trek: The Next Generation

BET: The Game

Bio: Aftermath

Bravo: Real Housewives of New Jersey

Discovery Channel: Dirty Jobs

Disney: Phineas and Ferb, Suite Life on Deck

Disney XD: Kick Buttowski

DIY: Yard Crashers

E!: Courtney and Khloe Take Manhattan

Food Network: Semi-Homemade Cooking

FX: Two and a Half Men

GSN: Baggage

Hallmark: I Love Lucy

History Channel: Pawn Stars

HGTV: House Hunters International

MTV: Made

NGC: World’s Toughest Fixes

Oxygen: Bad Girls Club

Syfy: Destination Truth

TBS: The Office

TLC: Little People, Big World

TNT: Supernatural

Travel: Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations

TruTV: Rehab: Party at the Hard Rock Hotel

TVLAND: Bewitched

WE: Ghost Whisperer

This post by Bufo Calvin originally appeared in the The Measured Circle

2 Responses to “Labor Day TV Marathons 2010”

  1. Paglli Says:

    Yapp! Must Try This one..

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