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6th Oct '17 7:22:55 PM Beats1218
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** ...and ''Film/TheHangover''.

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** ...and ''Film/TheHangover''.''Film/TheHangover'', but nearly every channel has the rights to both.



* For years, Telemundo would often use any major holiday as an excuse to play back-to-back Cantinflas movies. Though this is akin to a Robert De Niro marathon, in that it's not the repeat of the same movie, or the same series of movies, but a bunch of movies with similar flavors.

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* For years, Telemundo would often use any major holiday as an excuse to play back-to-back Cantinflas movies. Though this is akin to a Robert De Niro RobertDeNiro marathon, in that it's not the repeat of the same movie, or the same series of movies, but a bunch of movies with similar flavors.



* Fox constantly shows ''Film/IndependenceDay'' whenever a big event is happening on another network: Super Bowl, Oscars, etc... In fact, ''Independence Day'' airs often on ''every'' station that gets the rights to it. Even MTV, A&E, CMT, BET, Syfy, E!, Freeform, AMC, Spike, Bravo, and Creator/VH1 have been in on the act. There was one time, around 2009-ish, when it popped up every other weekend. Creator/{{TBS}}, Creator/{{TNT}} and Creator/WGNAmerica played it constantly, so did Creator/MyNetworkTV as a Sunday night movie and Saturday afternoon and The CW.

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* Fox constantly shows ''Film/IndependenceDay'' whenever a big event is happening on another network: Super Bowl, Oscars, etc... In fact, ''Independence Day'' airs often on ''every'' station that gets the rights to it. Even MTV, A&E, CMT, BET, Syfy, E!, Freeform, AMC, Spike, Bravo, and Creator/VH1 have been in on the act. There was one time, around 2009-ish, when it popped up every other weekend. 2009, Creator/{{TBS}}, Creator/{{TNT}} and Creator/WGNAmerica played it constantly, so did Creator/MyNetworkTV as a Sunday night movie and Saturday afternoon and The CW.



* Britain's Creator/{{ITV}} channels have a few favourites.

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* Britain's Creator/{{ITV}} channels have a few favourites.favorites.
6th Oct '17 7:15:52 PM Beats1218
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* Speaking of ''Film/MenInBlack'', nearly ''every'' channel adores to air the movie, especially the NBCUniversal Channels (USA, Syfy, E!, Bravo, and Oxygen).

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* Speaking of ''Film/MenInBlack'', nearly ''every'' ''Film/MenInBlack'',''every'' channel adores to air the movie, especially movie itself, including the NBCUniversal Channels (USA, Syfy, E!, Bravo, and Oxygen).sequel in a less extent.



* Fox constantly shows ''Film/IndependenceDay'' whenever a big event is happening on another network: Super Bowl, Oscars, etc... In fact, ''Independence Day'' airs often on ''every'' station that gets the rights to it. Even MTV, A&E, CMT, BET, Syfy, E!, ABC Family, AMC, Spike, Bravo, and Creator/VH1 have been in on the act. There was one time, around 2009-ish, when it popped up every other weekend. Creator/{{TBS}}, Creator/{{TNT}} and Creator/WGNAmerica played it constantly, so did Creator/MyNetworkTV as a Sunday night movie and Saturday afternoon and The CW.

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* Fox constantly shows ''Film/IndependenceDay'' whenever a big event is happening on another network: Super Bowl, Oscars, etc... In fact, ''Independence Day'' airs often on ''every'' station that gets the rights to it. Even MTV, A&E, CMT, BET, Syfy, E!, ABC Family, Freeform, AMC, Spike, Bravo, and Creator/VH1 have been in on the act. There was one time, around 2009-ish, when it popped up every other weekend. Creator/{{TBS}}, Creator/{{TNT}} and Creator/WGNAmerica played it constantly, so did Creator/MyNetworkTV as a Sunday night movie and Saturday afternoon and The CW.
1st Oct '17 9:22:49 AM nombretomado
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* For a while, it seemed as if {{E}}'s only defense against a day of dead air is rerunning ''Film/HesJustNotThatIntoYou'' sandwiched between multiple rerun blocks of Kardashian shows and ''Series/SexAndTheCity''.

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* For a while, it seemed as if {{E}}'s Creator/{{E}}'s only defense against a day of dead air is rerunning ''Film/HesJustNotThatIntoYou'' sandwiched between multiple rerun blocks of Kardashian shows and ''Series/SexAndTheCity''.
20th Sep '17 10:15:06 AM PhantomDusclops92
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** Ditto for the Italian version of Boing, to the point that is one of the very few things they air that is not a Cartoon Network show.


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* Italian channel K2 airs cartoon movies every monday night, with reruns on saturday lunchtime and sunday morning. With a few exceptions, most of their movie airings are either ''WesternAnimation/AlvinAndTheChipmunksMeetFrankenstein'', ''WesternAnimation/AlvinAndTheChipmunksMeetTheWolfman'', ''WesternAnimation/MonstersVsAliens'', any ''Film/{{Pokemon}}'' movie starting from ''Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea'', any ''ComicBook/LuckyLuke'' movie, or a compilation of the various DVD-only shorts based on Dreamworks movies (plus the ''Film/TheSmurfs'' and ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe'' ones, for some reason).
14th Aug '17 10:21:10 AM CabbitGirlEmi
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* Every other week on FXX, the channel seems to love showing the depressing ''Film/TheFaultInOurStars'', particularly before marathons of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' reruns.
1st Aug '17 7:15:35 PM Lirodon
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*** By contrast, the Ice Hockey World Championships (its counterpart for professional players) is not considered to be as important in North America as it is elsewhere because it [[DuelingShows falls during the NHL's Stanley Cup Playoffs]]. Top American and Canadian players typically remain committed to their NHL teams if they make the playoffs, and a chance to make the men's national team tends to be a consolation prize for losing in the first round or not making the playoffs at all. This worked to Canada's advantage in 2015, as star player Sidney Crosby was able to join the national team when Pittsburgh got eliminated in round 1. They [[CurbStompBattle promptly crushed every opponent they met]], including Russia in the final: critics were quick to point out that Canada's dream team would be impossible to form in the NHL because it was ''way'' over the salary cap. At the same time, Canadian viewership of the NHL playoffs are relative to how many Canadian teams remain in the NHL playoffs, so their attention may shift to the IIHF tournament if there are fewer teams to root for.

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*** By contrast, the Ice Hockey World Championships (its counterpart for professional players) is not considered to be as important in North America as it is elsewhere because it [[DuelingShows falls during the NHL's Stanley Cup Playoffs]]. Top American and Canadian players typically remain committed to their NHL teams if they make the playoffs, and a chance to make the men's national team tends to be a consolation prize for losing in the first round or not making the playoffs at all. This worked to Canada's advantage in 2015, as star player Sidney Crosby was able to join the national team when Pittsburgh got eliminated in round 1. They [[CurbStompBattle promptly crushed every opponent they met]], including Russia in the final: critics were quick to point out that Canada's dream team would be impossible to form in the NHL because it was ''way'' over the salary cap. At the same time, Canadian viewership of the NHL playoffs are relative to how many Canadian teams remain in the NHL playoffs, so their attention may shift to the IIHF tournament if there are fewer teams to root for.remain...
1st Aug '17 7:15:08 PM Lirodon
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*** By contrast, the IIHF Ice Hockey World Championships (its counterpart for professional players) is not considered to be as important in North America as it is elsewhere because it [[DuelingShows falls during the NHL's Stanley Cup Playoffs]]. This means that star players remain committed to their NHL teams if they make the playoffs, and, primarily in Canada and the U.S., a chance to make the national team tends to be a consolation prize for not making it or losing during the first round. This worked to Canada's advantage in 2015, as star player Sidney Crosby was able to join the national team when Pittsburgh got eliminated in round 1. They [[CurbStompBattle promptly crushed every opponent they met]], including Russia in the final: critics were quick to point out that Canada's dream team would be impossible to form in the NHL because it was ''way'' over the salary cap.

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*** By contrast, the IIHF Ice Hockey World Championships (its counterpart for professional players) is not considered to be as important in North America as it is elsewhere because it [[DuelingShows falls during the NHL's Stanley Cup Playoffs]]. This means that star Top American and Canadian players typically remain committed to their NHL teams if they make the playoffs, and, primarily in Canada and the U.S., a chance to make the men's national team tends to be a consolation prize for losing in the first round or not making it or losing during the first round.playoffs at all. This worked to Canada's advantage in 2015, as star player Sidney Crosby was able to join the national team when Pittsburgh got eliminated in round 1. They [[CurbStompBattle promptly crushed every opponent they met]], including Russia in the final: critics were quick to point out that Canada's dream team would be impossible to form in the NHL because it was ''way'' over the salary cap. At the same time, Canadian viewership of the NHL playoffs are relative to how many Canadian teams remain in the NHL playoffs, so their attention may shift to the IIHF tournament if there are fewer teams to root for.
29th Jul '17 8:25:23 AM Willbyr
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27th Jul '17 11:46:38 AM Assassin-sensei
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** ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' has ''three'' timeslots on Adult Swim's Saturday night lineup as of the August 2017 schedule - a full hour kicking off the regular Adult Swim block, as well as a regular slot on Toonami. No other anime has gotten this kind of treatment (at least since Toonami returned).
19th Jul '17 1:56:59 PM babydogpaste
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->''"But now, all of cable TV seems to operate in blocks and I have no freaking idea why. If you're giving me eight straight hours of ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'', aren't you forcing every single non-''King of the Hill'' fan to abandon your channel for the rest of the day to go watch something else?"''

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->''"But now, all of cable TV seems to operate in blocks and I have no freaking idea why. If ->''"If you're giving me eight straight hours of ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'', aren't you forcing every single non-''King of the Hill'' fan to abandon your channel for the rest of the day to go watch something else?"''



* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' for Creator/KidsWB. Sometimes they would show nothing but the show to promote a special or new movie, and they'd sometimes show it for three hours at a time. Cartoon Network, the show's current channel, doesn't do this nearly as often.
** Kids WB's adoration for all things ''Pokemon'' even spilled into their promotional attempts for other shows in their lineup. During a ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond''-themed [[MillenniumBug [=Y2K=]]] event, viewers were encouraged to send in their predictions of the future to be read on the air. One of the more notable entries: "In the future, Pokemon will be on every channel all day long." The daydreams of someone truly obsessed with the series, or an early example of epic trolling?

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* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' for Creator/KidsWB. Sometimes they would show nothing but the show to promote a special or new movie, and they'd sometimes show it for three hours at a time. Cartoon Network, the show's current channel, doesn't Network and Disney XD don't do this nearly as often.
** Kids WB's adoration for all things ''Pokemon'' even spilled into their promotional attempts for other shows in their lineup. During a ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond''-themed [[MillenniumBug [=Y2K=]]] event, viewers were encouraged to send in their predictions of the future to be read on the air. One of the more notable entries: "In the future, Pokemon will be on every channel all day long." The daydreams dreams of someone truly obsessed with the series, or an early example of epic trolling?



* ''Anime/SonicX'' was absolutely beloved by 4kids; even as their block changed identities, moved to different channels, and cycled through shows, ''Sonic X'' always had a spot on the lineup, despite having gone through its entire run dozens of times on Saturday morning television. Furthermore, as of July 1, 2017, Sinclair Broadcast Group's "[=KidsClick=]" syndicated block has picked the show up and given it slots on both the weekday and weekend lineups, despite it being ''fourteen years old''.

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* ''Anime/SonicX'' was absolutely beloved by 4kids; 4Kids; even as their block changed identities, moved to different channels, and cycled through shows, ''Sonic X'' always had a spot on the lineup, despite having gone through its entire run dozens of times on Saturday morning television. Furthermore, as of July 1, 2017, Sinclair Broadcast Group's "[=KidsClick=]" syndicated block has picked the show up and given it slots on both the weekday and weekend lineups, despite it being ''fourteen years old''.



* For a few years at the TurnOfTheMillennium, there were 24-hour marathons of ''WesternAnimation/TheIronGiant'' on Creator/CartoonNetwork every Thanksgiving Day. Justified, [[NoHoperRepeat since viewership was way down]] (most everyone who's watching TV on Thanksgiving is watching football anyway) and they could write off advertising and let most of their employees take the holiday off. That said Cartoon Network has been known to flood their timeslots with ''Iron Giant'' on other holidays too, such as Memorial Day, supposedly because it's Ted Turner's favorite movie.

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* For a few years at the TurnOfTheMillennium, there were 24-hour marathons of ''WesternAnimation/TheIronGiant'' on Creator/CartoonNetwork every Thanksgiving Day. Justified, [[NoHoperRepeat since viewership was way down]] (most everyone who's watching TV on Thanksgiving is watching football anyway) and they could write off advertising and let most of their employees take the holiday off. That said Cartoon Network has been known to flood their timeslots with ''Iron ''The Iron Giant'' on other holidays too, such as Memorial Day, supposedly because it's Ted Turner's favorite movie.



* HBO Family seems to love playing ''WesternAnimation/TheLegoMovie'', on most weekends and holidays. Before that, it was any of the latest Creator/DreamworksAnimation films.

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* HBO Family seems to love playing ''WesternAnimation/TheLegoMovie'', on most weekends and holidays. Before that, it was any of the latest Creator/DreamworksAnimation films.



* FX just loves showing off some Creator/DreamWorksAnimation movies every chance it gets. The first ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'' movie, both ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' movies, and the entire ''WesternAnimation/{{Madagascar}}'' trilogy are frequent favorites.

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* FX just loves showing off some Creator/DreamWorksAnimation movies every chance it gets. The first ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'' movie, both the ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' movies, and the entire ''WesternAnimation/{{Madagascar}}'' trilogy are frequent favorites.



* Remember that {{Creator/HBO}} once stood for "Hey! ''[[Film/TheBeastmaster Beastmaster]]'''s On!". And it aired so often on Creator/{{TBS}} that [[FanNickname it earned itself the nickname]] "[[FunWithAcronyms The Beastmaster Station]]".

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* Remember that {{Creator/HBO}} once stood for "Hey! ''[[Film/TheBeastmaster Beastmaster]]'''s On!". And it aired so often on Creator/{{TBS}} that [[FanNickname it earned itself the nickname]] "[[FunWithAcronyms The Beastmaster Station]]".



* It was almost impossible to turn on HBO in the early 1980's and not see ''[[Film/ScavengerHunt1979 Scavenger Hunt]]''.
** ''Film/TheBlackHole'' was another overplayed staple of early HBO.

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* It was almost impossible to turn on HBO in the early 1980's and not see ''[[Film/ScavengerHunt1979 Scavenger Hunt]]''.
** ''Film/TheBlackHole'' was another overplayed staple of early HBO.
Hunt]]'' or ''Film/TheBlackHole''.



** As of October 2015, the network will show the entire ''Film/BackToTheFuture'' series every weekend, as well as on holidays and days when kids have school off.
* ABC and ABC Family (now Creator/{{Freeform}}) milk ''Franchise/HarryPotter'' marathons even more frequently than Spike did with ''Star Wars''. In almost every season of the year, there is a ''Harry Potter'' marathon on ABC Family. They would often take it to the max whenever another ''Harry Potter'' film was being released to theaters. In 2018, the title of ''The Harry Potter Network'' will shift to Creator/USANetwork as part of a new rights deal.

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** *** As of October 2015, the network will show the entire ''Film/BackToTheFuture'' series every weekend, as well as on holidays and days when kids have school off.
* ABC and ABC Family (now Creator/{{Freeform}}) milk milked ''Franchise/HarryPotter'' marathons even more frequently than Spike did with ''Star Wars''. In almost every season of the year, there is a ''Harry Potter'' marathon on ABC Family. They would often take it to the max whenever another ''Harry Potter'' film was being released to theaters. In 2018, the title of ''The Harry Potter Network'' will shift to Creator/USANetwork as part of a new rights deal.



* Spike loves showing the ''Film/BackToTheFuture'' trilogy whenever it's a holiday.
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