8 am — 6 am Doctor Who Marathon (BBC America) | It’s a full day of The Doctor, with programs airing in this order: The Companions, Tales From the TARDIS, Doctor Who Explained, An Adventure in Space and Time, four regular episodes of the series, The End of Time, The Day of the Doctor, The Time of the Doctor and Farewell to Matt Smith.
- What to Watch: Your Guide to 25+ New Year’s Eve/Day Marathons, Specials and More! (tvline.com)
- Television Marathons For New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day (coed.com)
- Geronimo (recklessannika.wordpress.com)
- Get ready for “Day of the Doctor” with an interactive guide to “Doctor Who” (newscanada-plus.com)
- ‘Doctor Who: Time Of The Doctor’ Review – Matt Smith Passes Tardis Keys To Peter Capaldi In Tearful Farewell (huffingtonpost.co.uk)
- Doctor Who: “Farewell to Matt Smith” 12/25 (lezgetreal.com)
- ‘Doctor Who’ Christmas Special Trailer: A Villainous Farewell to Matt Smith (Video) (thewrap.com)
- Doctor Who Anniversary prequel – “The Night of the Doctor” (comicmix.com)
- BBC America Doctor Who 50th anniversary schedule (wonderfultips.wordpress.com)
Originally posted on TVLine:
You might think New Year’s Eve TV is all about the countdown, but we at TVLine have compiled plenty of other hidden gems for you to keep on your radar. As 2013 becomes ’14, enjoy marathons of current favorites (The Walking Dead, The Mindy Project), New Year’s specials and, of course, the most important 10 seconds of the year. Enjoy!
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31
6 am — 8 pm Law & Order: SVU (USA Network)| Some things just go together: peanut butter and jelly, milk and cookies, and the holidays and SVU marathons.
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8 am — 5 am The Twilight Zone (Syfy)| The sci-fi marathon will include classic episodes like “The Hitchhiker” and “The Eye…
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