That includes two movie marathons -- one featuring 11 of her films, the other, featuring just the one some people call her star-making vehivle while others call it her campiest: “Cleopatra” over, and over, and over again.
Thursday, MARCH 24
BIO Channel announced it will air a two-hour special, “BIO Remembers: Elizabeth Taylor” that includes interviews with friends, tonight at 8 p.m. ET.
Sunday, MARCH 27
Fox Movie Channel will air an all-day “Cleopatra” marathon this coming Sunday, starting at 6 a.m. with the occasional break for something called “Fox Legacy” in which Tom Rothman, Chairman and CEO of 20th Century Fox, talks Taylor (all times ET):
· 6:00 am — Cleopatra
·11:00am — Cleopatra
· 3:30pm — Cleopatra
· 8:00pm — Fox Legacy: Cleopatra
· 8:30pm — Cleopatra
· 1:00am — Fox Legacy: Cleopatra
· 1:30am — Cleopatra
Sunday, APRIL 10
Turner Classic Movies will do a 24-hour Elizabeth Taylor marathon beginning at 6 a.m., Sunday, April 10 (all times are ET):
6 a.m. – Lassie Come Home (1943), with Roddy McDowall and Edmund Gwenn; directed by Fred M. Wilcox.
7:30 a.m. – National Velvet (1944), with Mickey Rooney, Anne Revere and Angela Lansbury; directed by Clarence Brown.
10 a.m. – Conspirator (1952), with Robert Taylor and Robert Flemyng; directed by Victor Saville.
11:30 a.m. – Father of the Bride (1950), with Spencer Tracy, Billie Burke, Joan Bennett and Don Taylor; directed by Vincente Minnelli.
1:15 a.m. – Father’s Little Dividend (1951), with Spencer Tracy, Billie Burke, Joan Bennett and Don Taylor; directed by Vincente Minnelli.
2:45 p.m. – Raintree County (1957), with Montgomery Clift, Eva Marie Saint, Lee Marvin, Rod Taylor and Agnes Moorehead; directed by Edward Dmytryk.
6 p.m. – Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958), with Paul Newman and Burl Ives; directed by Richard Brooks.
8 p.m. – Butterfield 8 (1960), with Laurence Harvey and Eddie Fisher; directed by Daniel Mann.
10 p.m. – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966), with Richard Burton, George Segal and Sandy Dennis; directed by Mike Nichols.
12:30 a.m. – Giant (1956), with James Dean and Rock Hudson; directed by George Stevens.
4 a.m. – Ivanhoe (1952), with Robert Taylor and Joan Fontaine; directed by Richard Thorpe.
We will keep you posted as other networks announce Taylor-related programming.