We all know about the time-honored tradition of Syfy's Twilight Zone New Year's marathon. But in case you're not into a 24-hour trip into another dimension and still want to watch a buttload of TV today and tomorrow, here is a short list of other TV marathons that might interest you!
24 Hours of Portlandia (IFC), starting tonight at 6:00 PM (EST)
(Doctor) Who Year's Eve (BBC America), last episode airs at 5:00 AM (EST) tomorrow morning
MacGyver marathon (Cloo), last episode airs tomorrow morning at 5:00 AM (EST)
New Year's Hercul-Eve Marathon (The Hub), 10 episodes of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys starting tonight at 8:00 PM (EST)
How Do They Do It? marathon (Science), last episode airing at 1:30 AM (EST) tomorrow morning, followed by a Fringe marathon
The Walking Dead Season 3 (AMC), starting tonight at 9:00 PM (EST)
Mysteries At the Museum (Travel Channel), starting at 9:00 AM (EST) tomorrow morning with a special, followed by regular episodes
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