Christmas Day Marathons: South Park, Criminal Minds, Floribama Shore, & more

Criminal Minds season 13 premiereWhat are some of the most notable Christmas Day marathons? There are quite a few out there across the board, and they appeal to a wide array of different tastes.

Let’s go ahead and get one thing out of the way: If you love A Christmas Story, it’s going to continue to play all day on both TNT and TBS. That beloved Christmas classic isn’t going anywhere! Be sure to check that out and recite most of the dialogue by heart. We know you’ve got it down pat at this point.

As for a few other notable Christmas Day marathons, remember that all of the times listed below are Eastern standard.

Mythbusters (all day, Science Channel) – This is the perfect Christmas programming — it’s fun, engaging, and you can pop in and out whenever you want.

Dexter (8:00 a.m., Showtime 2) – Spend Christmas with a serial killer. No judgment here.

South Park (9:00 a.m., Comedy Central) – What’s more Christmassy than seeing Cartman and some of his friends curse and threaten to destroy stuff? Well, probably a lot of stuff … but you’ll enjoy it anyway.

Floribama Shore (4:00 p.m., MTV) – There isn’t that many episodes to marathon at the moment, but this will catch you up on the season before checking out a new one. (Yep, there is a new episode airing on Christmas.)

Criminal Minds (4:00 p.m., WE TV) – Seeing the BAU solve crimes is a good way to spend almost any holiday — this is one of those shows that does tend to marathon with regularity.

Outlander (11:00 a.m., Starz) – If you missed our previous report on it, the entire third season of the sensational drama series is going to run.

Shark Tank (5:00 p.m., CNBC) – Seeing the Sharks fight for deals may remind you of all of your family members fighting at the Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner table. Who’s down for relatable television?

The Simpsons (6:00 p.m., FXX) – Wrap up your Christmas with a little bit of signature comedy.

What are some of the Christmas Day marathons you’re checking out? Share below, and we thank you graciously for all of your support this year. To many more wonderful Christmases!

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