The TVLine-Up: Your Guide to 88 Thanksgiving Marathons and Specials

Get comfy on that couch. The networks have cooked up a smorgasbord of programming to keep you entertained this Thanksgiving weekend. If you somehow avoid a food coma, you can enjoy traditional faves like the Macy’s Parade and not one but two Charlie Brown specials! Or maybe a marathon of TV families more dysfunctional than your own is more your style? Whatever you crave, TVLine’s roundup of marathons and specials has you covered.

SUNDAY, NOV. 27
Kitchen Nightmares (BBC America, 6 am – Monday, 5 am) | How awesome would it be if Gordon Ramsay busted into some unsuspecting person’s Thanksgiving kitchen?

Mad Men (AMC, 6 – 9 am) | Mad Men Sunday mornings return with three episodes from Season 1 – “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes,” “Ladies Room” and “The Marriage of Figaro” – and continue every Sunday until Season 5 finally premieres next year.

American Pickers (History, 8 am – 9 pm) | Treasure hunting, dumpster diving, modern archaeology or recycling America — pick your label.

Pawn Stars (History, 8 am – Sunday, 3:01 am) | Three generations of the Harrison family find gold in the most unlikely of places — Gold & Silver Pawn Shop.

The Bernie Mac Show (BET, 10 am – 3 pm) | Have some laughs with the late comic’s Fox sitcom.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta (Bravo, 10 am – 9 pm) | This marathon leads into a new episode at 9 pm.

Kourtney and Kim Take New York (E!, 2 – 7 pm) | If you’re not too distraught over the divorce, watch Kim — with sis Kourtney — take on the Big Apple.

The Walking Dead (AMC, 2:30 – 9 pm) | Blood, guts and carcasses. Nope, it’s not your Thanksgiving leftovers; just zombies. Catch up on the series’ second season before the mid-season finale airs at 9 pm.

Pandora’s Unforgettable Holiday Moments on Ice (NBC, 4 – 6 pm) | Brian Boitano, Ekaterina Gordeeva, Rachael Flatt, Michael Weiss, Yuka Sato and more skate to holiday classics — including a performance from American Idol‘s David Archuleta.

Challenge: Christmas Classics (Food Network, 8 – 9 pm) | As if it isn’t enough to make a Christmas tales and carols-inspired cake under pressure, the competitors who’ve been naughty will get an unwelcome surprise. What, no rising cake flour?

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