As the 4th of July rolls around, what better way to celebrate American independence than by watching marathons of your favorite shows and fireworks displays on TV? Lucky for you, TheWrap has you covered!
"Jaws" movie marathon, 1 p.m on AMCJust when you thought it was safe to watch a movie marathon, AMC will air the entire "Jaws" franchise.
"Baywatch" Marathon, 11 a.m. on PopBeautiful people in tight swimsuits run in slow motion on a beach in this classic 90s series.
"Veep" marathon, 2:30 p.m. on HBO2Julia Louis-Dreyfus
does her best not to run the country into the ground.
"The Simpsons" marathon, 6 p.m. on FXXEveryone deserves to spend quality time with Springfield's first family.
"Homeland" marathon, 8 a.m. on ShowtimeClaire Danes
uses espionage to protect your freedom, you ingrate.
"Blue Bloods" marathon, 9 a.m. on WGN AmericaTom Selleck
keeps order in a family full of cops using his wits and mustache
"American Ninja Warrior" marathon, 7 a.m. on EsquireHighly-trained athletes complete challenging obstacle courses. Or total schlubs fall and bust their butts. Either way, it's fun to watch.
"Shark Tank" marathon, 1 p.m. on CNBCAspiring entrepreneurs pitch their best ideas to a panel of business experts.
"Three Stooges" marathon, 6 a.m. on IFCLarry, Moe, and Curly took slapstick to a whole new level in these classic comedy shorts.
"The Andy Griffith Show" marathon, 9 a.m. on TV Land
Andy spends most of his time philosophizing and calming down his cousin in a small town in North Carolina.
"NCIS" marathon, 7 a.m on USA NetworkNot even a day long marathon could totally catch you up on the 13 seasons of this procedural favorite.
"Criminal Minds" marathon, 9 a.m. on IonProfilers analyze dangerous criminal minds in an effort to anticipate their next moves.
"Idris Elba: No Limits" marathon, 7 p.m. on Discovery Channel
The international film star indulges his passion for speed in this racing miniseries.
"Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks", 7 p.m. on NBC The annual fireworks display over the East River will light up the sky.
"A Capitol Fourth", 8 p.m. on PBSWatch the Capitol's firework extravaganza from the West Lawn of the White House.
"Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular," 9 p.m. on CBSFounded in by Arthur Fiedler in 1929, this is one of the best-attended Independence Day celebrations in the country with estimated crowds of 200,000-500,000 people.