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2013 Memorial Day marathons: 'Arrested Development,' 'Veronica Mars' and more

If you don't have travel plans for Memorial Day weekend, get cozy on the couch (and set your DVR) because there are plenty of fun marathons happening.

Need to catch up on Season 1 of "Longmire" before the Season 2 premiere Monday, May 27? Want to re-live "Veronica Mars" Season 1? How about watching the entire series of "Arrested Development" (and reading our re-watch posts) before the new season is out on Netflix?

Here is all your Memorial Day weekend programming, all times Eastern.

Friday, May 24

A&E: "Storage Wars" marathon, 3 p.m. to 4 a.m. the next day

Animal: "Finding Bigfoot" marathon, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., "Invasion" premiere and new episode, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Bravo: "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" marathon, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., "Millionaire Matchmaker" marathon, 7 p.m. to 4 a.m. the next day

Chiller: "The Twilight Zone" marathon, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Discovery: "Sons of Guns" marathon,
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Syfy Launches New Movie Hub Featuring Free Streaming, Viewer Poll & Exclusive Photos

To celebrate Syfy’s June extravaganza of four Saturday Original Movies – Jersey Shore Shark Attack, Piranhaconda, Arachnoquake, and Bigfoot – Syfy Digital is offering fans free streaming of prior Saturday Original Movies at its new Movie Hub via Syfy Rewind.

In addition to streaming the movies, Syfy's Saturday Original Movie Hub showcases Caption This!, where fans can add their unique sense of humor as a caption to a photo from their favorite original movie, while users everywhere can join the fun by rating the captions. The mini-site also features weekly Viewer Polls (one per original movie) with a wide variety of questions pertaining to movie themes such as creatures, disasters, aliens, and zombies.

At this new destination fans can check in with the social service GetGlue and earn exclusive stickers for all new Original Movies as well as follow @SyfyMovies on Twitter and like Syfy Movies on Facebook.

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Exclusive: James Kyson Lee Interview

  • PopStar
He plays one of the most beloved characters on NBC's hit show Heroes airing Monday nights at 9pm. The quick wit and passion that James Kyson Lee brings to Ando Masahashi has made his a fan favorite. James Kyson Lee was born in New York and attended college in Boston, Massachusetts. His passion for sports almost carried the actor towards a career in sports journalism, however the acting bug was stronger and won out. Attending school in Boston gave the native New Yorker a new outlook on life and when a friend approached him about taking an improv class, his life changed forever. PopStar spoke with the multi-talented actor about his brave and unique journey to Hollywood, the handful of movies he has coming out this year, and stars as a series regular playing Ando on the hit show Heroes. James Kyson Lee Interview PopStar: Can you please begin by
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Exclusive: James Kyson Lee Interview

  • PopStar
He plays one of the most beloved characters on NBC's hit show Heroes airing Monday nights at 9pm. The quick wit and passion that James Kyson Lee brings to Ando Masahashi has made his a fan favorite. James Kyson Lee was born in New York and attended college in Boston, Massachusetts. His passion for sports almost carried the actor towards a career in sports journalism, however the acting bug was stronger and won out. Attending school in Boston gave the native New Yorker a new outlook on life and when a friend approached him about taking an improv class, his life changed forever. PopStar spoke with the multi-talented actor about his brave and unique journey to Hollywood, the handful of movies he has coming out this year, and stars as a series regular playing Ando on the hit show Heroes. James Kyson Lee Interview PopStar: Can you please begin by
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Exclusive: James Kyson Lee Interview

  • PopStar
He plays one of the most beloved characters on NBC's hit show Heroes airing Monday nights at 9pm. The quick wit and passion that James Kyson Lee brings to Ando Masahashi has made his a fan favorite. James Kyson Lee was born in New York and attended college in Boston, Massachusetts. His passion for sports almost carried the actor towards a career in sports journalism, however the acting bug was stronger and won out. Attending school in Boston gave the native New Yorker a new outlook on life and when a friend approached him about taking an improv class, his life changed forever. PopStar spoke with the multi-talented actor about his brave and unique journey to Hollywood, the handful of movies he has coming out this year, and stars as a series regular playing Ando on the hit show Heroes. James Kyson Lee Interview PopStar: Can you please begin by
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