While Jan. 17 happens to also be Martin Luther King Jr. Day this year, and will appropriately be honored to celebrate one of the biggest icons of the Civil Rights Movement, Hallmark Channel is taking a different approach this year, by honoring an icon from the acting industry—Betty White.

While many will be off from work and school today because of the annual holiday celebrating Dr. King, the network is airing a special slate of programming to honor the memory of White, who would have celebrated her 100th birthday today, but passed away on Dec. 31, 2021.

While a slate of movies the network is known for would usually air for most of the day, allowing those using their day off to stay cozy on their couch and watch as much romance as possible, this special slate of programming will feature a marathon of “Golden Girls” episodes, honoring White and her former co-stars, Estelle Getty, Bea Arthur and Rue McLanahan, who passed away in 2008, 2009 and 2010. In addition, they will have a special rebroadcast of the 2011 film White starred in for the network.

Here’s the full schedule of episodes and information about the special film.

Betty White
Betty White is pictured in “The Lost Valentine.”  Courtesy of Hallmark Channel

8:00 a.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 3, Episode 9- “A Visit From Little Sven”

Rose's cousin Sven arrives in Miami just prior to him being married by arrangement. However, when Blanche plays a trick on her latest beau, which involves Sven, the naïve groom falls for her.

8:30 a.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 1, Episode 23- “Blind Ambitions”

Rose’s sister, Lily, must deal with life as a blind person after recently losing her sight. Meanwhile, the girls hold a garage sale in order to buy a new TV.

9:00 a.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 4, Episode 21- “Little Sister”

Rose’s sister, Holly, comes for a visit and becomes quick friends with Dorothy and Blanche, and leaves Rose out in the cold.

9:30 a.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 3, Episode 5- “Nothing to Fear But Fear Itself”

When Rose must give a eulogy at her aunt’s funeral, Rose must try to get over her biggest fear in the world, giving speeches. This also brings up Dorothy and Blanche’s biggest fears.

10:00 a.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 1, Episode 22- “Job Hunting”

When Rose loses her job at the grief center, she begins searching for other sources of work. However, in the meantime, she becomes incredibly depressed when she battles age discrimination.

10:30 a.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 6, Episode 19- “Melodrama”

Rose tries her hand at TV reporting. Her assignment? A dog show.

11:00 a.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 2, Episode 11- “Twas the Nightmare Before Christmas”

The girls each plan to spend Christmas with their families but before they each go home, they enjoy a Christmas gift exchange. The next day, a series of strange occurrences lead them to spend Christmas together in Miami.

11:30 a.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 5, Episode 4- “Rose Fights Back”

When the company that Rose’s husband worked for cuts off their pension plan, Rose must face the fact that she’s going to have to get a new job—one that pays more.

12:00 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 2, Episode 25- “A Piece of Cake”

While preparing for a friend’s birthday party, the girls recall past birthdays, including Rose’s surprise birthday party for Dorothy, and a surprise birthday party for Blanche.

12:30 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 3, Episode 3- “Bringing Up Baby”

Rose is shocked to learn that in her late uncle’s will, he left her his “Baby.” However, she is quickly delighted to learn the “baby” is a pig.

1:00 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 2, Episode 4- “It’s a Miserable Life”

The girls circulate a petition to save a 200-year-old oak tree which is located on the property of the most hated woman in the neighborhood.

1:30 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 7, Episode 22- “Rose: Portrait of a Woman”

It’s Miles’ birthday and Rose is planning on giving him a golf club. However, Blanche gives her an idea that would spice up her relationship.

2:00 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 3, Episode 12- “Charlie’s Buddy”

A wartime buddy of Rose’s late husband arrives in Miami to see Rose, however, he has more on his mind than just a friendly visit.

2:30 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 6, Episode 21- “Witness”

Rose has a new man, Carl, in her life, but suddenly, out of the Blue, Miles returns.

3:00 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 3, Episode 22- “Rose’s Big Adventure”

Rose’s latest boyfriend has just retired and she is ready to spend more time with him but his retirement quickly turns him into a couch potato.

3:30 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 4, Episode 13- “The Impotence of Being Ernest”

Rose is crazy about her latest boyfriend, Ernie, but can’t understand why he doesn’t approach the subject of sex so when she forces the subject, she learns the truth.

4:00 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 3, Episode 24- “Mister Terrific”

Rose begins to date “Mr. Terrific,” a kiddie show host, who gets fired when Dorothy gets a part-time job as a consultant on the show.

4:30 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 2, Episode 10- “Love, Rose”

Rose places an ad in the personals column and she is let down when she doesn’t hear an immediate response. This leads Blanche and Dorothy to begin responding under the name Isaac Newton.

5:00 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 1, Episode 15- “In a Bed of Rose’s”

Rose brings a man home and they spend the night together. However, in the morning, she finds that he has passed away. Even worse, she later discovers he was married.

5:30 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 1, Episode 13- “A Little Romance”

Rose has been dating Dr. Jonathan Newman and begins to think their relationship is leading to the altar. However, she begins to have second thoughts, especially since he’s a midget.

6:00 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 2, Episode 5- “Isn’t It Romantic”

Dorothy’s old friend, Jean, comes to Miami for a visit and Dorothy decides not to tell Blanche and Rose that Jean is a lesbian. Then, after spending time with Rose, Jean begins to fall for her.

6:30 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 5, Episode 6- “Dancing in the Dark”

Rose has been dating Miles Webber, a college professor. But when Miles invites her to a party, Rose feels like a fish out of water surrounded by all his intelligent friends.

7:00 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 7, Episode 10- “Ro$e Love$ Mile$”

Rose, tired of Miles’ penny-pinching ways, decides to take Blanche’s advice and go out with her and some big spenders.

7:30 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 1, Episode 25- “The Way We Met”

One night after watching “Psycho,” the girls find it hard to sleep, so they stay up and reminisce about how they all came to live with one another.

8:00 p.m.: “The Lost Valentine: Remembering Betty White”

Susan Allison (Jennifer Love Hewitt), a TV reporter, receives a sentimental news assignment: the story of Caroline Thomas (Betty White), who has waited 60 years for her pilot husband—declared missing in action during World War II—to return to her.”

10:00 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 2, Episode 2- “Ladies of the Evening”

Blanche has won three tickets to see the opening of Burt Reynolds’ new movie and passes to the party held afterward. However, on the evening of the opening, the hotel is raided and the girls are mistaken as prostitutes.

10:30 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 4, Episode 20- “High Anxiety”

After Sophia accidentally knocks a bottle of Rose’s pills down the sink, it is discovered she is addicted to them.

11:00 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 5, Episode 12- “Have Yourself a Very Little Christmas”

It’s the Christmas season and the girls decide to buy gifts for the one person they pick from a hat. Later, the girls decide to serve Christmas dinner for the homeless.

11:30 p.m.: “Golden Girls” Season 7, Episode 5- “Where’s Charlie?”

After Miles gives Rose a ring, Rose becomes convinced Charlie is trying to contact her from the grave because he disapproves of her relationship with Miles.