Your Guide to Labor Day TV Marathons

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The premium cable network will be available to more than 71 million households during a Free Preview Weekend from Friday August 31 through Monday, September 3, according to a press release.

The Free Preview weekend will include early sampling of the series premiere of the new half-hour comedy Kidding, starring Golden Globe winner Jim Carrey in his first series regular role in more than two decades.

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'I will always be rooting for my family,' wrote the actress.

Also airing are full-season marathons of Shameless ahead of the season nine premiere on Sunday, September 9 at 9 p.m. The fourth, fifth and sixth seasons of Shameless will air on back-to-back days starting on Saturday, September 1 through Monday, September 3.

The Free Preview Weekend is available on both SD and HD feeds to digital subscribers of participating providers only. Select providers will offer the Free Preview via SHOWTIME ON DEMAND and SHOWTIME ANYTIME.

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FXX’s The Simpsons Labor Day Marathon kicks off with The Simpsons Movie on Monday, September 3 at 4:00 PM ET/PT. The episodes to follow feature trouble in the workplace and will conclude Tuesday, September 4 at 2:00 AM ET/PT, according to a press release.


Don’t miss the opportunity to catch up on Carter, starring Jerry O’Connell, with WGN America’s “Labor of Love” mini-marathon this weekend.

Starting this Sunday morning, September 2 at 12/11c, fans will be able to binge the most recent three episodes, as well as watch bonus content, including behind-the-scenes cast interviews and exclusive clips of the show’s fictional series “Call Carter,” per a press release.