Fill Up on SoapNet's 'General Hospital' and 'Beverly Hills, 90210' Marathons for Thanksgiving

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November 5th, 2012

via press release:

FILL UP ON SOAPNET’S THANKSGIVING MARATHONS WITH “QUARTERMANIA”

ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 7PM-12AM, AND “KELLY & DYLAN: HEATING UP

THE HOLIDAYS” ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 8PM-1AM

 

Thanksgiving Day Marathon Features Five Episodes of “General Hospital

 

Day-After Thanksgiving Marathon Focuses on Kelly and Dylan from “Beverly Hills, 90210”

 

                Spend Thanksgiving night with SOAPnet and the funniest family in Port Charles. This five-hour “General Hospital” marathon celebrates the Quartermaines and all of their wacky, wild and beloved Thanksgiving traditions. The marathon starts at 7PM ET/PT ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22.

 

“Beverly Hills, 90210’s” good girl, Kelly Taylor, and bad boy Dylan McKay had a steamy, stormy relationship. Tune in on “Black Friday” for five hours of their hot make-ups and break-ups in “Kelly & Dylan: Heating Up the Holidays” from 8PM-1AM ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23.

 

Thanksgiving Day “Quartermania” episodes airing Thursday, November 22 include:

 

7PM - General Hospital Episode #1995-8358 (original air date November 23, 1995) - Lucy is horrified to find her duck, Sigmund, missing on Thanksgiving. Lucy’s worry that he’s become someone’s dinner results in the Quartermaines eating pizza.

 

8PM - General Hospital Episode #1997-8877B (original air date November 27, 1997) - On Thanksgiving, Jason saves the Quartermaines from being robbed by the pizza deliverymen.

 

9PM - General Hospital Episode #2001-9899B (original air date November 22, 2001) - Drama over Skye and Rea at the Quatermaines’ Thanksgiving table turns into a food fight.

 

10PM - General Hospital Episode #2009–11942 (original air date November 25, 2009) - The Quartermaines’ Thanksgiving becomes even wackier when Luke and the Spencers join them for the holiday.

 

11PM - General Hospital Episode #2011-12440 (original air date November 23, 2011) - There’s tension in the air when Sam and Jason spend Thanksgiving with the Quartermaines.

 

“Kelly & Dylan: Heating Up the Holidays” episodes airing Friday, November 23 include:

 

8PM - Beverly Hills 90210 Episode #1993-054 - “Shooting Star/American In Paris” - With Brenda off in Paris, Kelly gets romantic with Dylan.

 

9PM - Beverly Hills 90210 Episode #1993-068 - “Back in the High Life Again” - Dylan tells Kelly that he chooses her over Brenda and they kiss in the pool.

 

10PM - Beverly Hills 90210 Episode #1995-139 - “Hello Life Goodbye Beverly Hills” - Kelly’s torn when Dylan asks her to join him on a trip around the world, and Brandon proposes to her.

 

11PM - Beverly Hills 90210 Episode #1999-242 - “Marathon Man” - Dylan whisks Kelly away to Mexico, causing problems for her relationship with Matt.

 

12AM - Beverly Hills 90210 Episode #2000-285 - “Ode to Joy” - Matt comes to David and Donna’s wedding to try and reconcile with Kelly, but realizes that she should be with Dylan.

 

 

SOAPnet owns the world of character-driven soapy drama. The network features same-day episodes of popular daytime dramas “Days Of Our Lives,” “General Hospital” and “The Young and The Restless” as well as classic episodes of “All My Children” and “One Life To Live.” Plus favorite primetime series “Gilmore Girls,” “One Tree Hill,” “Veronica Mars,” “Brothers & Sisters” and “Beverly Hills 90210.” Wrapped in a 24-hour environment, SOAPnet is the one destination for stories focused on real emotions and revealing truths about intriguing yet flawed characters.

 
  • MBmomof3

    Love me some SOAPnet, but enough with the BH 90210 already! Hopefully I’ll catch some of the GH marathon though.

  • DenverDean

    Considering March 2012 was drop date, it seems like quite a few providers have kept SN and added Disney Jr. Y&R still draws around 500K just for first showing each weeknight. Those are pretty nice numbers for a “fringe” cable station. Too bad Comcast dropped it.

  • http://tvbythenumbers.com Bill Gorman

    “Considering March 2012 was drop date, it seems like quite a few providers have kept SN and added Disney Jr. Y&R still draws around 500K just for first showing each weeknight. Those are pretty nice numbers for a “fringe” cable station. Too bad Comcast dropped it.”

    Soapnet still in 60% of US HHs as of July. Definitely on the lower end of mainstream, but the most widely available cable nets are only in the upper 80%s.

  • MBmomof3

    @Bill Gorman…Wow! I’m shocked by the number of HH with SOAPnet. So many soap fans have reported it just disappears in the middle of the night. I figured I was just one of the lucky ones who is served by a provider who is still locked in a contracr. I have ATT Uverse. Any idea if ABC/D plans to keep it going? It is the channel I watch most regularly. Thanks for any info you could provide.

    At any rate, I’m always pleasantly surprised to see a promo.

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