Alternatives To Watching The Super Bowl On Sunday
It’s only the biggest game in the sporting world and it’ll be dominating NBC Sunday – I’m talking about the Super Bowl! However, I know there are quite a few people that could really care less that it’s on and will probably be looking for something else to watch instead of the biggest game of the year (not to mention you’ll be missing the commercials too)!
Several networks are dedicating blocks of programming or marathons of their biggest and most popular shows, while others have specialty programming like the Puppy Bowl on Animal Planet (the pet lover’s alternative to the Super Bowl).
Puppy Bowl @ 2 p.m.
It’s the seventh edition of puppies frolicking around in a miniature football stadium just playin’ and havin’ a good time
Chick-flick movie marathon!
Catch Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman followed by The Holiday, My Big Fat Greek Wedding and Mammia Mia
Movie marathon – 7 a.m.
Kirisie Alley and Kelly Preston will be starring in a marathon of movies featuring them as the lead
Jersey Shore – 11 a.m. – 6 hour marathon
If you missed out on Season 3, here’s your opportunity to get caught up. MTV is calling it “Jersey Bowl.”
Jerseylicious – 5 a.m.
Nothing but Jerseylicious episodes all day!
Say Yes To The Dress – 8 a.m.
It’s a marathon! Followed by Toddlers & Tiaras at 2p.
Ghost Hunters – 8 a.m.
A 12-hour marathon of hunting ghosts.
Ghost Adventures – 8 a.m.
If chasing ghosts are your thing – this is the day for you!
America’s Top Model – 7 a.m.
A 7-hour marathon of America’s Top Model followed by a marathon of Snapped at 1p!
Law & Order – 4 a.m.
The original series will be a part of a 13 hour marathon of Law & Orders!
Law & Order:SVU – 9 a.m.
The Law & Order spin-off will be a part of an all0day marathon
Crimial Minds – 4 p.m.
Not quite as long but you can get your fill of criminals with this mini-marathon
The Mo’Nique Show – 11 a.m.
An 11-hour marathon of Mo’Nique
The Real Housewives Of Berverly Hills and The Real Housewives of Atlanta – 2:30 p.m.
If you’ve missed any of these shows, this is a great opportunity to catch up. Or if you’ve never seen an episode, now’s the time to get hooked!
Super Bowl XLVI – 5:30 p.m.
Just in case you couldn’t take it anymore and you wanted to flip over and see New England and New York!