Some people like to watch TV shows.
Others, like the one above, like to be in the know.
And the trend seems to be accelerating.
The number of TV shows airing during Thanksgiving on networks and cable providers has more than doubled since 2008.
And if you’re a huge movie buff, you might already be watching a few shows this year.
Here are the TV shows that you’re most likely to see on Thanksgiving Day:Here are some other notable TV shows and movies that you should be watching on Thanksgiving:”Star Trek” (1966): Star Trek is the quintessential sci-fi series that follows the adventures of a crew of human explorers who embark on a mission to boldly go where no humans have gone before.
It’s a popular show for its epic tone, and the show is beloved for its exploration of space and its portrayal of gender roles.
But there’s another side to the Trek canon.
Its depiction of sexual harassment in the military has also inspired a film franchise.
And the franchise has grown into a sprawling franchise that has inspired two films, “Star Trek Beyond” and “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”
So what’s it all about?
Well, if you follow the news and pop culture, you know that this holiday season is an era of political upheaval, the election of Donald Trump and the coronation of the first Black president.
So what are you hoping to watch on Thanksgiving?
Here are a few things to look out for:”The Big Bang Theory” (CBS): The show that follows scientists and physicists at the Large Hadron Collider is a popular favorite for its scientific accuracy and humor.
It airs during Thanksgiving.
“Game of Thrones” (The HBO series): The epic series has inspired several movies and TV shows, and has been renewed for a third season.
It premieres this weekend on HBO.
But for now, it’s Thanksgiving.
So which show are we most excited about?
Follow the trends here to see which TV shows are most likely for your viewing this Thanksgiving.