So, you’ve forgotten to take the turkey out of the freezer and it’s 1am Thursday morning. What to do, while you stare helplessly at the too-slowly-thawing bird? Syfy has the answer: Watch a James Bond movie! In fact, watch a dozen Bond movies and serve popcorn and maybe no one will notice the lack of traditional Thanksgiving food!
And Saturday, while you’re scanning the internet for the best buys for holiday booty? Three words: Star. Trek. Movies. And as everyone knows, nothing goes better with Sunday’s cold leftover pumpkin pie than Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
Thanks, Syfy, for catering to all our Thanksgiving weekend viewing needs! Check out the full schedule below:
SYFY CELEBRATES THANKSGIVING WEEKEND WITH TWELVE JAMES BOND MOVIES
SIX STAR TREK FILMS
PLUS INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL
NEW YORK – Syfy will shake up the Thanksgiving Weekend (November 28-December 1) with its annual two day James Bond marathon featuring a dozen movies starring Sean Connery, Daniel Craig, Pierce Brosnan, Roger Moore and yes — even Timothy Dalton.
The 007-fest fires its first shot with Tomorrow Never Dies on Thursday, November 28 at 1AM (ET/PT) and includes special Thanksgiving primetime presentations of Die Another Day (6PM) and Casino Royale (9PM), concluding Friday, November 29.
For those viewers who like their action in space, Syfy will beam down six Star Trek movies on Saturday, November 30, highlighted by Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (6:30PM) and Star Trek VII: Generations (9PM).
The holiday movie festival ends on Sunday, December 1 at 8PM with Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
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