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Potts Picks: The Weekend’s Best TV – August 6-7, 2011

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10PM, SUN | AMC
Breaking Bad
– I would say that things are heating up for Walt and Jesse, but really, when aren’t they? Jesse’s behavior does bring some unwanted attention to he and Walt, while the Cartel makes a serious move (again, not that they’re ever not serious) and Walt and Skyler practice their card skills as they prepare to tell the “truth” about where their sudden financial uptick originated.

5AM, SAT | HALLMARK CHANNEL
I Love Lucy Marathon
– August 6 would have been Lucille Ball‘s 100th birthday, and there is no better way to celebrate than by tuning in to Hallmark’s weekend-long marathon of I Love Lucy, her classic 1951-57 sitcom.
Must-see episodes:

– “L.A. at Last!” (Sat., 8AM), in which Lucy has to don a fake nose (which catches on fire) to meet William Holden (the episode has been cited as Lucille Ball’s personal favorite);
– “Lucy in Palm Springs” (Sat., noon), in which Lucy and Ethel meet Rock Hudson in Palm Springs;
– “Harpo Marx” (Sat., 1PM), in which the beloved Marx Brother guest stars and recreates the famous Duck Soup mirror scene with Lucy;
– “Lucy’s Italian Movie” (Sat., 9:30PM), featuring the classic grape-stomping scene.

11PM, SAT | COMEDY CENTRAL
Michael Ian Black: Very Famous
– Skydiving and his kids’ lame trick-or-treating gear are among the topics the funny guy discusses in this performance, filmed at the Trocadero Theatre in Philly.

8PM, SUN | FOX
Teen Choice Awards
Kaley Cuoco hosts, One Republic and Jason Derulo perform and celeb presenters and attendees include Jason Bateman, Cameron Diaz, The Biebs, Robert Pattinson, Ellen DeGeneres, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Tyra Banks.

9PM, SUN | WE
Bridezillas
– Where does a frustrated (read: crazy) bride turn when her hair trial goes badly? She takes it out on the one person who so clearly deserves her ire: the person who dares to offer her water on her wedding day (read: super crazy).

9PM, SUN | TNT – 1ST SEASON FINALE
Falling Skies
– Tom stays at camp to protect the civilians when the resistance fighter launch a major attack against the aliens, who might finally reveal their motives.

9PM, SUN | CBS
Same Name
Mike Tyson, boxer, swaps lives with Mike Tyson … male nurse.

10PM, SUN | VH1
Behind the Music: Adam Lambert
– Friends, family and the American Idol runner-up himself are interviewed for this BTM.

10PM, SUN | HBO
Curb Your Enthusiasm
– The social assassin – that’s who Larry would be if he were a superhero! – is back in action, as Larry thwarts a buffet line-cutter. But not everything goes so well for him, as his excuse for getting out of volunteer work has very, ahem, moving consequences.

10PM, SUN | ANIMAL PLANET – SERIES PREMIERE
Hillbilly Handfishin’
– People swim (ha!) to Oklahoma to experience noodling, a.k.a. handfishing, a.k.a. that really stupid thing of sticking your paw inside a hole to catch a fish, without knowing for certain what’s inside that hole. Hmmm, if only there were some sort of catching device they could use to go fishing …

10PM, SUN | BRAVO
Real Housewives of New Jersey
– It’s New Year’s Eve, and everyone’s resolutions seem to involve ticking off their relatives.

Worth flipping to during commercials:
James McAvoy and Liza Minnelli visit the Graham Norton Show (Sat., 10PM, BBCA);
– Eviction nominees are revealed on Big Brother (Sun., 8PM, CBS);
– On Food Network Challenge: Renaissance Festival Cakes (Sun., 8PM, Food Network), chefs make cakes, uh, inspired by renaissance festivals;
– On Drop Dead Diva (Sun., 9PM, Lifetime), Jane’s mom gets arrested when she uses the emergency exit on an airplane;
Hugh has to rescue Rick when his truck breaks down. Again. On Ice Road Truckers (Sun., 9PM, History);
Next Food Network Star (Sun., 9PM, Food Network) cheftestants compete in Iron Chef battles;
– Andy has a date with Holly on True Blood (Sun., 9PM, HBO);
– Jim investigates when a high school teacher and coach (who was also a mentor to Jeff) is murdered on The Glades (Sun., 10PM, A&E);
– The fourth season finale of In Plain Sight (Sun., 10PM, USA) finds Mary’s work yet again interfering with her life, and, this time, Brandi’s wedding;
Kim Coates, a.k.a. Sons of Anarchy‘s Tig, guest stars as Vince’s old nemesis Carl Ertz on Entourage (Sun., 10:30PM, HBO).

 

Potts Picks: The Weekend’s Best TV – July 30-31, 2011 (It’s Shark Week, Y’all!)

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9PM, SUN | DISCOVERY CHANNEL – 24TH ANNUAL
Shark Week 2011
– It began in 1987, and last year’s Shark Week was the highest-rated Shark Week ever, with more than 30 million viewers. This year’s Shark Week, which kicks off tonight with the new special Great White Invasion, promises to be just as sharktastic, with Saturday Night Live funny guy Andy Samberg as the official Chief Shark Officer/host.

Among the other new Shark Week specials:
Jaws Comes Home (July 31, 10PM) – Follows the adventures of shark expert Greg Skomal, who spent months chasing five great whites he’s given names like Curly and Ruthless;
Rogue Sharks (Aug. 1, 9PM) – Do sharks ever just go rogue? This rundown of some of the worst shark attacks in history suggests, yes;
Killer Sharks (Aug. 2, 9PM) – December, 1957, South Africa … bloody beaches provide still more proof that, yes, rogue sharks are a real possibility;
Shark City (Aug. 4, 9PM) – Samberg steps in to help us get to know a few sharks “as individuals,” their fears, hopes, dreams, likes and dislikes. Wonder if they prefer “Lazy Sunday” or “Dick in a Box”?

9PM, SAT | TLC
Nick & Vanessa’s Dream Wedding
– Nope, he apparently did not learn his lesson about reality TV. But hey, at least this wife knows Chicken of the Sea is not chicken.

10PM, SAT | NAT GEO WILD
The Lady With 700 Cats
– The title says it all: it’s life with a woman who lives on a no-cage cat sanctuary – her and 700 (actually, almost 800) cats. Lynea Lattanzio is the titular cat lady, and Glee star Jane Lynch narrates the show, which details Lynea’s ongoing efforts to save homeless kitties … she’s saved more than 19,000 in the last two decades.

NOON, SUN | IFC
Wilfred
Marathon – Do you love FX’s Wilfred as much as I do? Then you may want to check out the original, Australian Wilfred, which IFC unspools here (the whole 2007 first season) in marathon form. And no worries, Jason Gunn is the original Wilfred.

10PM, SUN | AMC
Breaking Bad
– Jesse, and events at his house, begin to spiral out of control, while Skyler needs help and decides, of course, that she “better call Saul.”

10PM, SUN | HBO
Curb Your Enthusiasm
– I know, I know, the season just keeps getting better. Tonight’s ep, “The Smiley Face,” keeps it rolling, as Larry decides society’s rules of dating are not the boss of him.

10PM, SUN | BRAVO
Real Housewives of New Jersey
– It’s still Christmas on RH of NJ, and Caroline and Melissa are having happy holidays, but Teresa … not so much.

Worth flipping to during commercials:
– On Cupcake Girls (Sat., 9PM, WE), Lori and Heather aren’t happy to find out that their franchisees are making their own cupcake flavors;
Gail helps a 23-year-old nanny who’s still living in her parents’ luxury home on Princess (Sat., 10PM, CNBC);
– Potential evictees are announced on Big Brother (Sun., 8PM, CBS);
– Failed spin-off series and live events gone askew are among the 25 Biggest TV Blunders 2 special (Sun., 8PM, TV Guide Channel);
– One bride’s bad dye job leaves her with spotted hair on Bridezillas (Sun., 9PM, WE);
Michael Lohan‘s ex shows up for family weekend and unloads on the famous father on Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew (Sun., 9PM, VH1);
– On Drop Dead Diva (Sun., 9PM, Lifetime), when Jane works on a pro bono case for the DA’s office, she finds out that old Jane had an affair with the DA;
Lisa drives through a blizzard on Ice Road Truckers (Sun., 9PM, History);
Frank Oz directed tonight’s Leverage (Sun., 9PM, TNT), which finds Nate and the gang plotting to swipe a computer chip from a very secure home;
– On The Next Food Network Star (Sun., 9PM, Food Network), the remaining cheftestants get roasted by comedians Louie Anderson, Aubrey Plaza and Gilbert Gottfried;
– The famous Kathy Griffin and a Kathy Griffin of the non-famous variety swap lives on Same Name (Sun., 9PM, CBS);
– Sookie goes off under a full moon to search for Jason on True Blood (Sun., 9PM, HBO);
Treat Williams stars in the new drama Against the Wall (Sun., 10PM, Lifetime), about a family of cops who are not unhappy when the youngest sister becomes an Internal Affairs detective;
– On Falling Skies (Sun., 10PM, TNT), Anne makes a disturbing discovery while performing an autopsy;
– A man is found dead, in a box of poisonous snakes, inside a church, on The Glades (Sun., 10PM, A&E);
– On In Plain Sight (Sun., 10PM, USA), Mary has to protect a woman from a gangster who also happens to be the woman’s babydaddy;
The Marriage Ref (Sun., 10PM, NBC): Again, terrible show, but tonight’s features JB Smoove, a.k.a. Curb Your Enthusiasm‘s hilarious Leon;
– Vince asks Billy Walsh to consider his miner movie idea as a starring vehicle for Drama on Entourage (Sun., 10:30PM, HBO).

2011 July 4th Weekend TV Marathons

You want marathons? TVScreener.com‘s  got your marathons right here, bub.

FRIDAY | JULY 1
A&E
(5-11PM): Criminal Minds
ANIMAL PLANET (8PM-6AM SAT): Whale Wars
BBC AMERICA (8AM-7AM SAT): Star Trek: The Next Generation
BIO (8PM-5AM SAT): Biography
COMEDY CENTRAL (9PM-5AM SAT): 50 Star Stand-up Weekend (Hosted by Horrible Bosses stars Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis; stand-up shows include Daniel Tosh, Christopher Titus, Dave Chappelle, Kevin Hart, Dane Cook and Whitney Cummings)
DISCOVERY FIT & HEALTH (7AM-NOON): Addicted
FOOD NETWORK (7-10PM): Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives
FUSE (6AM-6AM SAT): 100 Sexiest Videos of All Time
GMC (NOON-9PM): The Waltons
ID (1-8PM): FBI: Criminal Pursuit
LOGO (NOON-4PM): RuPaul’s Drag U
MSNBC (10PM-5AM SAT): Lockup
MTV2 (NOON-8PM): Martin
SCIENCE (9AM-3PM): How It’s Made
SLEUTH (9AM-2PM): Law & Order: Criminal Intent
SLEUTH (2-6PM): NCIS
SYFY (8AM-8PM): Warehouse 13
SYFY (11PM-6AM SAT): Eureka
TV ONE (8PM-2AM SAT): Pam Grier Movie Marathon (Foxy Brown; Sheba, Baby; Coffy)
VH1 (1:30-6:30PM): Basketball Wives
WE (8PM-1AM SAT): Frasier

SATURDAY | JULY 2
A&E
(1PM-4AM SUN): The First 48
BBC AMERICA (7AM-9PM): Battlestar Galactica
CARTOON NETWORK (11:30AM-9PM): Looney Tunes Movie & TV Marathon (Space Jam; The Looney Tunes Show; Back in Action)
CHILLER (8PM-2AM): Fear Factor
COMEDY CENTRAL (8AM-5AM SUN): 50 Star Stand-up Weekend (Hosted by Horrible Bosses stars Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis; stand-up shows include Chelsea Peretti, Natasha Leggero, Jessi Klein, Aisha Tyler, Aziz Ansari, Steve Byrne, Norm Macdonald, Sinbad, Kevin James, Jim Gaffigan, Billy Gardell, Nick Swardson, Gabriel Iglesias, Daniel Tosh, Kevin Hart, Dane Cook, Katt Williams, Eddie Griffin, Dave Chappelle and Patrice O’Neal)
DISNEY (4-9:45PM): High School Musical (all three movies)
E! (NOON-8PM): The Voice
GMC (2-5PM): 227
HISTORY (7AM-8PM): Ax Men
HISTORY (8PM-4AM SUN): How the States Got Their Shapes
ID (7PM-6AM SUN): Nightmare Next Door
MSNBC (NOON-7AM SUN): Lockup
MTV (4PM-12:30AM SUN): Teen Mom
MTV2 (1-6AM): In Living Color
OVATION (NOON-8PM): Fame
OXYGEN (2-10PM): Snapped
PLANET GREEN (6PM-6AM SUN): Storm Chasers
SCIENCE (6AM-3PM): Factory Made
SLEUTH (6AM-6AM SUN): James Bond Movie Marathon (Tomorrow Never Dies; Moonraker; Diamonds Are Forever; Octopussy; Tomorrow Never Dies; Live and Let Die; Die Another Day; Man With the Golden Gun; Never Say Never Again)
TLC (NOON-7PM): My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding
TRAVEL (9AM-NOON): Man v. Food
TRAVEL (NOON-4PM): All-American Festivals (Marshmallow Festival; Blueberry Festival; Hot Dog Festival; Hamburger Festival; Big Pig Jig Cook Off; Guitarbeque; Star of Texas BBQ)
TRAVEL (9PM-4AM SUN): Ghost Adventures
TV GUIDE (11PM-2AM SUN): Weeds
TV ONE (NOON-8PM): Martin
USA (3-11PM): NCIS
VH1 (2PM-MIDNIGHT): Mob Wives
WE (10AM-6PM): Ghost Whisperer

SUNDAY | JULY 3
A&E
(NOON-5PM): The Glades
ABC FAMILY (7AM-2:30PM): Back to the Future (all three movies)
ANIMAL PLANET (7PM-6AM MON): Finding Bigfoot
BBC AMERICA (4:30-10PM): Top Gear
BET (1-11PM): Awards Shows Marathon (2009 BET Awards; 2010 BET Awards; 2010 Soul Train Awards)
BIO (6PM-4AM MON): I Survived
BRAVO (4:30PM-1AM MON): Real Housewives of New Jersey and Real Housewives of New York City
CARTOON NETWORK (11:30AM-9PM): Looney Tunes Movie & TV Marathon (The Looney Tunes Show; Space Jam; Back in Action)
CHILLER (MIDNIGHT-6AM MON): Buffy the Vampire Slayer
COMEDY CENTRAL (8AM-5AM MON): 50 Star Stand-up Weekend (Hosted by Horrible Bosses stars Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis; stand-up shows include Stephen Lynch, Kurt Metzger, Bill Engvall, Jim Gaffigan, Nick Kroll, Anjelah Johnson, Patrice O’Neal, George Lopez, Wyatt Cenac, Gabriel Iglesias, Kevin James, Jeff Dunham, Ron White, Christopher Titus, Louis C.K., Bo Burnham, Lisa Lampanelli and Wanda Sykes)
DISCOVERY (10AM-3AM MON): Deadliest Catch
DISCOVERY FIT & HEALTH (NOON-5PM): World’s Worst Teens
HALLMARK (11AM-1AM MON): I Love Lucy
HALLMARK MOVIE CHANNEL (8PM-6AM TUES): Murder, She Wrote
HISTORY (8AM-8PM): Pawn Stars
IFC (11:45AM-3:15PM): Arrested Development
LIFETIME (10AM-10PM): Drop Dead Diva
LOGO (3-10PM): Noah’s Arc
MSNBC (NOON-9PM): Caught on Camera
MTV (8AM-9PM): Teen Mom
NAT GEO (NOON-6PM): Ultimate Factories (Harley-Davidson; Peterbilt; Dodge Viper; Dodge Challenger; Camaro; Corvette)
NAT GEO WILD (8PM-2AM MON): Expedition Wild
OXYGEN (8AM-7PM): America’s Next Top Model
SLEUTH (6AM-6AM SUN): James Bond Movie Marathon (On Her Majesty’s Secret Service; The Spy Who Loved Me; A View to a Kill; Man With the Golden Gun; Die Another Day; Casino Royale; License to Kill; A View to a Kill)
SOAPNET (8AM-NOON): Beverly Hills 90210
STYLE (8PM-1AM MON): Jerseylicious
SYFY (9AM-6AM MON): The Twilight Zone
TLC (9AM-1PM): Say Yes to the Dress
TRUTV (NOON-7PM): World’s Dumbest
USA (2-11PM): Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
WE (6-10PM): Bridezillas

MONDAY | JULY 4
A&E
(7AM-10PM): Hoarders
ABC FAMILY (3-7PM): Switched at Birth
AMC (3PM-3AM): Rocky Movie Marathon (all five movies)
ANIMAL PLANET (2-7PM): Finding Bigfoot
BRAVO (10AM-10PM): Real Housewives of New York City
CHILLER (11AM-6AM TUES): Harper’s Island
COMEDY CENTRAL (9PM-MIDNIGHT): It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
COOKING CHANNEL (2-8PM): Eat Street
DISCOVERY (9AM-3AM TUES): American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior
DISCOVERY FIT & HEALTH (7AM-5PM): Trauma: Life in the ER
FOOD NETWORK (10AM-4PM): Paula’s Home Cooking
HALLMARK (3PM-2AM TUES): The Golden Girls
HGTV (6:30-11AM): Cash & Cari
HISTORY (8AM-8PM): How the States Got Their Shapes
THE HUB (1-8PM): Transformer and Transformers Prime
ID (10AM-6PM): I (Almost) Got Away With It
ID (6PM-3AM TUES): Red, White & Prison Blues Marathon: Behind Mansion Walls
MSNBC (11AM-5AM TUES): Lockup
NAT GEO (9AM-3AM TUES): Border Wars
NAT GEO WILD (1PM-3AM TUES): Swamp Men
OVATION (3-8PM): Johnny Cash Marathon (Johnny Cash Live at Montreux 1994; Johnny Cash: Half Mile a Day; Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison)
OWN (11AM-6PM): Season 25: Oprah Behind the Scenes
OXYGEN (6AM-6PM): Roseanne
OXYGEN (6PM-3AM TUES): Snapped
PLANET GREEN (9AM-3PM): Best Food Ever (Sensational Sandwiches; Darn Good Diners; Crazy for Cheese; Bodacious Bakeries; Fab Food Carts; Buzzworthy BBQ)
PLANET GREEN (3PM-3AM): BBQ Pitmasters
SCIENCE (8AM-2AM TUES): Firefly
SLEUTH (6AM-6AM SUN): James Bond Movie Marathon (For Your Eyes Only; License to Kill; Thunderball; Dr. No; Casino Royale; Goldfinger; Goldeneye; Dr. No; The Living Daylights )
SOAPNET (11AM-6PM): One Tree Hill
STYLE (6AM-8PM): Project Runway
STYLE (8PM-3AM TUES): Jerseylicious
SUNDANCE (10AM-6PM): Love Lust (The Little Black Dress; The Bikini; Heels; Makeup; Street Eats; Sex Symbols; The Social Network; The Undead)
SUNDANCE (6PM-MIDNIGHT): My So-Called Life
SYFY (8AM-4AM TUES): The Twilight Zone
TLC (6AM-10PM): Cake Boss
TNT (NOON-10PM): Law & Order
TRAVEL (NOON-5PM): Food Paradise (Deep Fired Paradise; Hamburger Paradise; Hot Dog Paradise; Pie Paradise; Ice Cream Paradise)
TV LAND (11AM-8PM): Bewitched
USA (6AM-6PM): Royal Pains
VH1 (3-11PM): Single Ladies
WE (8PM-1AM TUES): The Golden Girls

Potts Picks: The Weekend’s Best TV – June 18-19, 2011

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9PM, SUN | TNT – SERIES PREMIERE
Falling Skies
Steven Spielberg is the executive producer of this series about the aftermath of an alien invasion of earth. 10 episodes are on tap for the first season, which stars Noah Wyle as Tom Mason, a Boston professor who’s acting as a leader of the citizens trying to resist the aliens, while also trying to protect his three sons. In short, the Jericho-y (with a dash of V) series is a must-see.

4-10PM, SAT & SUN | SUNDANCE
The Killing
Marathon – As a prep for Sunday night’s 1st season finale, Sundance airs the whole season of sister network AMC’s buzzworthy drama.

8PM, SUN | CBS
38th Annual Daytime Emmys
Let’s Make a Deal remake host Wayne Brady – himself a very deserving nominee for Outstanding Game Show Host – hosts the Daytime Emmys live from Las Vegas, where Pat Sajak and Alex Trebek receive Lifetime Achievement Awards and an ever-dwindling number of daytime soaps are honored.

9PM, SUN | NBC
2011 Miss USA Pageant
– The main, okay, only, reason to watch: Andy Cohen‘s co-hosting.

9PM, SUN | LIFETIME – 3RD SEASON PREMIERE
Drop Dead Diva
Paula Abdul and Wendy Williams guest star in the season opener, as Jane (Brooke Elliott) waits for Grayson to wake up from his coma and works a hit-and-run case in which a bad boy celeb is the accused.

9PM, SUN | HBO – 1ST SEASON FINALE
Game of Thrones
– Catelynn demands answers from Jaime about her son’s fall and Khaleesi finds new hope.

10PM, SUN | AMC – 1ST SEASON FINALE
The Killing
– Mitch and Stan consider the future of their family, while Orpheus’ ID sheds light on the case in the season finale.

10PM, SUN | BRAVO
Real Housewives of New Jersey
– It’s a double dose of family drama when Teresa has sitdowns with both her brother Joe and his wife Melissa.

10PM, SUN | OWN – SERIES PREMIERE
Ryan & Tatum: The O’Neals
– The famous father and daughter try to repair their relationship, which has been beyond rock for more than 25 years, on a reality show. Yeah, that’s what celebreality shows do really well … bring people together.

Worth flipping to during commercials:

Cops (Sat., 8PM, Fox) airs its 23rd season finale;

Inception premieres on HBO (Sat., 8PM);

America’s Most Wanted (Sat., 9PM, Fox) closes its 24th season with the search for a child predator in South America;

– On the 3rd season premiere of Celebrity Ghost Stories (Sat., 9PM, Bio), Regis Philbin and Ana Gasteyer share their spooky tales;

– On the series premiere of Celebrity Close Calls (Sat., 10PM, Bio) Ice-T and Cheryl Tiegs recall some life-threatening experiences;

– A booter is confronted by neighborhood locals on Parking Wars (Sat., 10PM, A&E);

Gail helps free-spending couples on Til Debt Do Us Part (Sat., 10PM, CNBC);

– In the 3rd season premiere of The Inbetweeners (Sat., 11PM, BBCA), Carli organizes a fashion show but only asks the popular kids to participate;

– It’s the BBCA premiere of Come Fly With Me (Sat., 11:30PM, BBCA), a comedy that spoofs the British documentary series Airline and Airport (much like the U.S. series Airline that aired on A&E);

Lorenzo has his first salon job on Jerseylicious (Sun., 8PM, Style);

– New Mob Wives on VH1 (Sun., 8PM);

Clint Eastwood and Denzel Washington are among those celebrating the guest of honor on AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Morgan Freeman (Sun., 9PM, TV Land);

– On Audrina (Sun., 9PM, VH1), Corey and Audrina meet for a drink, but he can’t keep his temper in check;

– On Bridezillas (Sun., 9PM, WE), one raving diva may kick one of her parents out of her wedding, while another pits her bridesmaids against each other;

Alex deals with an oil leak and Hugh and Rick haul a record-breaking load on Ice Road Truckers (Sun., 9PM, History);

– Desserts are the theme of a new Next Food Network Star (Sun., 9PM, Food Network), which involves a challenge where Hershey products are used to make dinner;

– On The Glades (Sun., 10PM, A&E), Callie becomes Jim’s co-worker when she starts working as a forensic nurse with the FDLE;

– Mary helps a dying man reconnect with this estranged children on In Plain Sight (Sun., 10PM, USA);

– Colson moves to the homicide division on Treme (Sun., 10:15PM, HBO).

2011 Memorial Day Weekend TV Marathons

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Marathons … so many TV marathons this Memorial Day weekend. Here, a handy dandy guide to every possible way you could spend your weekend channel surfing:

FRIDAY | MAY 27
A&E
(4-11PM): Criminal Minds
AMC (8PM-10PM SUN): War Heroes Weekend (Patton, Miracle at St. Anna, Halls of Montezuma, Jet Attack, Guadalcanal Diary, The Dirty Dozen, Tora! Tora! Tora!, Apocalypse Now Redux, Paratroop Command, Fixed Bayonets, MacArthur, The Great Raid and Pearl Harbor)
ANIMAL PLANET
(7PM-6AM SAT): River Monsters
ANIMAL PLANET (8AM-7PM): Whale Wars: The Aftermath
BBC AMERICA (8AM-6AM SAT): The X-Files
BRAVO (10AM-9PM): Millionaire Matchmaker
CHILLER (9AM-4PM): Masters of Horror
DISCOVERY FIT & HEALTH (8PM-1AM SAT): My Strange Addiction
DISNEY (5-10:10PM): Suite Life on Deck
HGTV (8PM-4AM SAT): House Hunters International
HISTORY (8AM-8PM): Modern Marvels
MSNBC (10PM-5AM SAT): Lockup: Raw
MTV2 (11AM-9PM): Silent Library
SCIENCE CHANNEL (9AM-4PM): How It’s Made
SCIENCE CHANNEL (6PM-3AM SAT): How It’s Made
SPIKE (9AM-7PM): Gangland
SYFY (8AM-6AM SAT): Syfy Original Movie Marathon (Dinocroc, Snakehead Terror, Dinoshark, Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus, Mega Piranha, Malibu Shark Attack, Lake Placid 2, Kraken: Tentacles of the Deep and Sea Beast)
TCM (8PM-4:15AM TUES): Memorial Day War Marathon (Run Silent, Run Deep, Destination Tokyo, Up Periscope, Torpedo Run, Hell Below, Tank Battalion, The Tanks Are Coming, Sahara, Imitation General, Invasion Quartet, Buck Privates, What Next, Corporate Hargrave?, Ensign Pulver, Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo, Men of the Fighting Lady, Flying Leathernecks, Flight Command, Fighter Squadron, Hell to Eternity, From Here to Eternity, All Quiet on the Western Front, Sergeant York, The Deep Six, They Were Expendable, The Story of G.I. Joe, Battleground, Tell It To the Marines, Ashes and Diamonds, Paratrooper, Screaming Eagles, Objective, Burma!, The Green Berets, Kelly’s Heroes, A Bridge Too Far, The Best Years of Our Lives, Since You Went Away, The White Cliffs of Dover and Homecoming)
TRAVEL (7PM-4AM SAT): Ghost Adventures
truTV (11PM-4AM SAT): Forensic Files
WE (8PM-1AM SAT): Frasier

SATURDAY | MAY 28
A&E
(5PM-4AM SUN): Parking Wars
ANIMAL PLANET (11AM-4PM): Operation Wild
BBC AMERICA (6AM-6AM SUN): Doctor Who
BET (3:30-8PM): The Game
BOOMERANG (1-5:30PM): The Flintstones
BRAVO (1-8PM): Real Housewives of New Jersey
CENTRIC (NOON-8PM): The Steve Harvey Show
CHILLER (8AM-2PM): Outer Limits
DISCOVERY (11AM-3AM SUN): MythBusters
DIY (NOON-4PM): Yard Crashers
G4 (1-9PM): Jump City Seattle
HISTORY (8AM-8PM): America the Story of Us
HISTORY (8PM-4AM SUN): Swamp People
THE HUB (2-5PM): Jem
IFC (10:20AM-1:40PM): Three Stooges
LIFETIME REAL WOMEN (8PM-4AM SUN): Coming Home
LOGO (1PM-7:30PM): Noah’s Arc
MILITARY CHANNEL (6AM-8PM): World War II in Color
MSNBC (6PM-7AM SUN): Lockup: Raw
MTV2 (6AM-11PM): Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory
MTV2 (11PM-6AM SUN): Jackass
NAT GEO WILD (9AM-7PM): Dangerous Encounters
NGC (1AM-7PM): Breakout
PLANET GREEN (7PM-6AM SUN): Storm Chasers
SCIENCE CHANNEL (6AM-3AM SUN): Oddities
SPIKE (1-6PM): Jail
SYFY (9:30-5AM SUN): Star Trek Movie Marathon (Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home and Star Trek: First Contact)
TEENNICK (NOON-7PM): True Jackson, VP
TLC (2PM-2AM SUN): 48 Hours Hard Evidence and 48 Hours Mystery
TRAVEL (NOON-8PM): Extreme Specials (Extreme Pig Outs, Extreme Restaurants, Extreme Superstores, Extreme Towns, Extreme Mindblowing Hotels, Extreme Resorts, Extreme Pools and Extreme Terror Rides: Death-Defying Drops)
TRAVEL (8PM-4AM SAT): Ghost Adventures
truTV (NOON-3PM): Southern Fried Stings
TV LAND (2AM-8AM): M*A*S*H
VH1 (3-8PM): Saturday Night Live
WE (10AM-6PM): Ghost Whisperer

SUNDAY | MAY 29
ANIMAL PLANET
(9AM-11PM): River Monsters
BBC AMERICA (6AM-6AM MON): Top Gear
BRAVO (8AM-4AM MON): Real Housewives
CENTRIC (10AM-5PM): The Steve Harvey Show
CHILLER (8PM-2AM): Fear Factor
DISCOVERY (9AM-3AM MON): Deadliest Catch
DISCOVERY FIT & HEALTH (5PM-2AM MON): Addicted
HISTORY (6PM-4AM MON): American Pickers
LIFETIME REAL WOMEN (8PM-4AM MON): Coming Home
MILITARY CHANNEL (2AM-7PM): World War II in Color
MTV2 (3-8PM): Martin
NICK (12:30-6:30PM): SpongeBob SquarePants
SCIENCE CHANNEL (8AM-3AM MON): Firefly
STYLE (1-7PM): Project Runway
SYFY (11AM-2AM MON): Star Trek Movie Marathon (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Nemesis, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Star Trek Generations and Star Trek V: The Final Frontier)
TEENNICK (NOON-7PM): True Jackson, VP
TLC (4-9PM): Extreme Couponing
TLC (9AM-4PM): Four Weddings
TRAVEL (8:30PM-3AM MON): Man v. Food
truTV (NOON-7PM): Bait Car
TV LAND (2-8AM): M*A*S*H
TV LAND (8PM-6AM MON): M*A*S*H
TV ONE (NOON-3:30AM MON): Way Black When
WE (10AM-9PM): Bridezillas

MONDAY | MAY 30
A&E
(7AM-10PM): Breakout Kings
AMC (9AM-5:30AM TUES): War Heroes Weekend (Twelve O’Clock High, Patton, The Longest Day, Midway and The Dirty Dozen)
ANIMAL PLANET (9AM-11PM): River Monsters
BBC AMERICA (8AM-5AM TUES): Top Gear
BET (8AM-7:30PM): The Game
BOOMERANG (9AM-MIDNIGHT): Smurfs
BRAVO (6:30AM-9PM): Real Housewives of New Jersey and Real Housewives of New York City
CENTRIC (9AM-5PM): The Proud Family
CHILLER (12:01-6AM): Buffy the Vampire Slayer
CHILLER (8AM-4AM TUES): Stephen King Movie Marathon (Stephen King’s The Langoliers, Stephen King’s The Tommyknockers and Stephen King’s The Stand)
COMEDY CENTRAL (9:15AM-12:45PM): Futurama
COMEDY CENTRAL (9-11PM): It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
COOKING CHANNEL (2-8PM): United Tastes of America
DISCOVERY (9AM-10PM): American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior
DISCOVERY FIT & HEALTH (NOON-8PM): Untold Stories of the E.R.
E! (8AM-6PM): Sex and the City
FOOD NETWORK (11AM-3PM): Grill It! With Bobby Flay
FX (NOON-MIDNIGHT): Two and a Half Men
G4 (9:30AM-3:30AM TUES): Campus PD
HALLMARK MOVIE (8AM-MIDNIGHT): “Love” Movie Marathon (Love Comes Softly, Love’s Enduring Promise, Love’s Long Journey, Love’s Abiding Joy, Love’s Unending Legacy, Love’s Unfolding Dream, Love Takes Wing and Love Finds a Home)
HGTV (11AM-3AM TUES): House Hunters
HISTORY (8AM-9PM): Pawn Star$
THE HUB (8AM-NOON): The Adventures of Chuck and Friends
THE HUB (7PM-6AM TUES): Batman
THE HUB (3-7PM): Batman Beyond
THE HUB (NOON-3PM): Pound Puppies
IFC (8AM-6PM): Arrested Development
ION (3PM-3AM TUES): Criminal Minds
LIFETIME (10AM-10PM): “Perfect” Movie Marathon (The Perfect Neighbor, The Perfect Nanny, The Perfect Assistant, The Perfect Marriage, The Perfect Wife and The Perfect Teacher)
LIFETIME MOVIE NETWORK (NOON-4PM): Betty Broderick Movies (A Woman Scorned: The Betty Broderick Story and Her Final Fury: Betty Broderick, the Last Chapter)
LOGO (2-6:30PM): Noah’s Arc
MSNBC (NOON-5AM TUES): Caught on Camera
MTV (9AM-10PM): Jersey Shore
MTV2 (8AM-4PM): Randy Jackson Presents America’s Best Dance Crew
NAT GEO WILD (2-10PM): Python Hunters
OWN (11AM-4PM): Season 25: Oprah Behind the Scenes
SCIENCE CHANNEL (6AM-9PM): How It’s Made
SPIKE (9AM-7PM): Star Wars Movie Prequels (Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones and Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith)
STYLE (9AM-11PM): Project Runway Season 4
SUNDANCE (1-6PM): My So-Called Life
TBS (4-8PM): Seinfeld
TEENNICK (NOON-7PM): True Jackson, VP
TLC (2:30-10PM): Cake Boss
TLC (6AM-2:30PM): Cake Boss: Next Great Baker
TRAVEL (NOON-7PM): Paradise Specials (Ice Cream Paradise, All You Can Eat Paradise, Ribs Paradise, Barbecue Paradise, Hamburger Paradise, Hot Dog Paradise and Deep Fried Paradise)
TV LAND (8PM-6AM TUES): M*A*S*H
TV ONE (11AM-9PM): Martin
USA (6AM-8PM): NCIS
WE (8PM-1AM TUES): Golden Girls

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