There are viewing marathons aplenty on the menu for Thanksgiving weekend. Channel Guide Magazine’s
Jeff Pfeiffer compiled a list
of nearly 70 such marathons.
Among the participating cable networks are USA, History Channel, AMC, A&E, TLC, FX, Animal Planet, Food Network, TNT, TBS, TV Land, HGTV, MTV, Nickelodeon and Spike TV. They are available to virtually all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service.
11/19/12 at 3:31 pm Steve
Airing tonight on TLC at 7:00 and 9:00 CT, “9-11 Emergency Room”
documents how doctors, nurses and paramedics at a small New York City hospital responded as they treated attack victims.
“The 9-11 Surfer,” which airs tomorrow night at 7:00 CT on Discovery Channel, looks for the truth behind the story of 9/11 survivor Pasquale Buzzelli. For the first time on national television, the Port Authority employee tells how he “surfed” down with the falling debris from a 22nd floor stairwell of the World Trade Center’s North Tower and was rescued.
TLC and Discovery Channel are available to virtually all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service.
09/10/12 at 3:22 pm Steve
A year after the royal wedding, TLC will present “William & Kate: One Year Later,”
a look back at the couple’s journey since walking down the aisle, as well as how the wedding impacted the lives of those around them. It will air tomorrow night at 9 p.m. ET. The special will be followed by “My Mother Diana,”
a look at how Princess Diana’s life shaped Prince William.
TLC is available to virtually all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic service.
04/27/12 at 3:25 pm Steve
If you’re looking for some non-basketball fare to watch during the NCAA tournament, consider the following options over the next two days. Many cable networks are serving up back-to-back episodes of their popular series, running them opposite tournament games tonight and tomorrow.
This evening, History Channel will air six hours of its hit series “Swamp People” while Discovery Channel will run four hours of “Auction Kings.” A six-hour “Project Runaway All Stars” marathon can be seen on Lifetime Television. A&E has scheduled nine hours of “The First 48,” its documentary reality series. On both Thursday and Friday evening, TLC will show six hours of “Four Weddings” episodes.
On Friday, A&E will present a full evening of “Storage Wars.” USA Network has scheduled a day-long “NCIS Mark Madness Marathon,” featuring 11 hours of “NCIS” programming starring Mark Harmon. Also, a repeat of the series-ending episodes of “Gold Rush: Season 2” and an after-show will air on Discovery Channel.
History Channel, Discovery Channel, Lifetime Television. A&E, TLC and USA Network are available to virtually all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service.
03/22/12 at 10:11 am Steve
Though most Americans will be watching Sunday’s Super Bowl extravaganza, there are many others who just don’t care about it. For them, there are plenty of viewing alternatives, as detailed by The Hollywood Reporter. They range from Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl to TBS’s lineup of six “movies women want.”
Among others counter-programming are MTV, TNT, USA, A&E, Lifetime Television, TLC and Discovery Channel. They are available to virtually all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service.
02/01/12 at 2:01 pm Steve
Multichannel News reports
that cable shows about discarded merchandise or hidden treasures – History’s Channel’s “Pawn Stars,” TLC’s “Auctioneers” and “Pawn Queens,” Spike TV’s “Auction Hunters” and A&E’s “Storage Wars” – are producing record viewership for the networks. Given the tough economy, the shows’ mix of entrepreneurialism, nostalgia and get-rich-quick elements are driving the genre’s popularity, according to network executives.
History, TLC, Spike TV and A&E are generally available to Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service.
08/08/11 at 2:45 pm Steve