M*A*S*H Maydays celebrates a new character each week with a bonus hour of M*A*S*H!

All month long, see specially selected episodes of your favorite characters during an extra hour of M*A*S*H.

Mayday! Mayday! MeTV is celebrating all things M*A*S*H with a bonus hour of the beloved show all month long.

See specially selected episodes that highlight one of the beloved characters of the 4077th each week. Not only that, but you’ll have an extra hour of M*A*S*H on weeknights to enjoy all May!

It all starts at 6P | 5C on May 1st.

Hawkeye week — May 1-5

Captain Benjamin Franklin “Hawkeye” Pierce is the lead character in the series, and an excellent Army surgeon. Alan Alda was the only actor to appear in every episode, and Alda also has M*A*S*H credits as a writer, director, and creative consultant. He captured several Emmys for the series for directing, acting and writing.

Monday, May 1: “Chief Surgeon Who?” / “Sometimes You Hear the Bullet”

Tuesday, May 2: “For Want of a Boot” / “Officer of the Day”

Wednesday, May 3: “Adam’s Ribs” / “The Late Captain Pierce”

Thursday, May 4: “Commander Pierce” / “None Like it Hot”

Friday, May 5: “Life Time” / “Where There’s a Will, There’s a War”

Margaret aka “Hot Lips” week — May 8-12

Major Margaret ‘Hot Lips’ Houlihan is a member of the Army Nurse Corps and the unit’s chief nurse. Swit won Supporting Actress Emmys for the role in 1980 and 1982 and was nominated another eight times from 1974 to 1983.

Monday, May 8: “Hot Lips and Empty Arms” / “Margaret’s Engagement”

Tuesday, May 9: “The Nurses” / “Margaret’s Marriage”

Wednesday, May 10: “Comrades in Arms”

Thursday, May 11: “Hot Lips Back in Town” / “Father’s Day”

Friday, May 12: “The Birthday Girls” / “As Time Goes By”

Radar week — May 15-19

Corporal Walter Eugene O’Reilly earned the nickname “Radar” because he was seemingly endowed with ESP, appearing at his commanding officer’s side before being called, plus superhuman hearing skills that enabled him to detect incoming helicopters before anyone else could. Burghoff won an Emmy for Supporting Actor for the role in 1977.

Monday, May 15: “Deal Me Out” / “The Chosen People”

Tuesday, May 16: “Mail Call, Again” / “The Price of Tomato Juice”

Wednesday, May 17: “Lt. Radar O’Reilly” / “The Most Unforgettable Characters”

Thursday, May 18: “Fallen Idol” / “Your Hit Parade”

Friday, May 19: “Goodbye Radar”

Colonel Potter week — May 22-26

Colonel Sherman T. Potter was the commanding officer of the 4077th and a career military man close to retirement. For the role, Morgan won a Supporting Actor Emmy in 1980.

Monday, May 22: “Change of Command” / “Dear Mildred”

Tuesday, May 23: “Hawkeye, Get Your Gun” / “Movie Tonight”

Wednesday, May 24: “Potter’s Retirement” / “Lil”

Thursday, May 25: “Old Soldiers” / “April Fools”

Friday, May 26: “A War for all Seasons” / “Pressure Points”

B.J. Hunnicut week — May 29 – June 2

Captain B.J. Hunnicutt is an excellent doctor who holds fast to his Hippocratic Oath and Hawkeye’s even-tempered best friend. Farrell was nominated for a Supporting Actor Emmy for the role in 1980.

Monday, May 29: “Welcome to Korea”

Tuesday, May 30: “Hanky Panky” / “Last Laugh”

Wednesday, May 31: “BJ Papa San” / “Preventative Medicine”

Thursday, June 1: “Period of Adjustment” / “Stars and Stripes”

Friday, June 2: “War Correspondent” / “Bombshells”a

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