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TVGN Schedules Marathons for CW’s ‘The Originals,’ ‘Reign’ and ‘Tomorrow People’

Pictured: The Cast of 'The Originals' - Claire Holt (Rebekah), Joseph Morgan (Klaus), Phoebe Tonkin (Haley), Daniel Gillies (Elijah) and Charles Michael Davis (Marcel). Photo courtesy The CW

CBS is putting its TV Guide Network (TVGN) to good use! The network announced TVGN will runnin all-day marathons of popular new drama series from The CW — The Originals, The Tomorrow People and Reign.

Saturdays in January will belong to The CW. Every episode to date of The Tomorrow People, The Originals and Reign will air back-to-back on TVGN in all-day marathons, giving fans and new viewers an opportunity to catch up on each series starting from their premieres.

“There is no better way to catch-up on great television than to binge every episode from the beginning of a series,” said Brad Schwartz, President of Entertainment and Media, TVGN. “If you haven’t seen these three shows that everyone is talking about, make a dent in your couch, turn the lights down, and catch up to the awesomeness that is The Tomorrow People, The Originals and Reign.

The Tomorrow People marathon will air Saturday, Jan. 4 starting at 2:00P M/EST. The Originals will air Saturday, Jan. 11 at 2:00 PM/EST and Reign will air Saturday, Jan. 18 at 2:00 PM/EST.

“The CW is thrilled to team up with TVGN to give viewers the opportunity to catch up on our three new hit series, The Originals, The Tomorrow People and Reign,” said Mark Pedowitz, President, The CW. “Now a whole new audience has the chance to experience these exciting dramas from the very beginning while fans of the series can see all the twists and turns they might have missed so far so everyone can be up to speed on all the action when these shows return with original episodes later this month on The CW.”

The Originals will return from its winter hiatus with new episodes beginning Tuesdya, Jan. 14. The Tomorrow People returns Jan. 15 and Reign Jan. 16.

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