Network Movies in HD: November 16 – 22

  

Saturday 


   Police Academy 3: Back In TrainingTVNZ 2, 7.00

   Interstellar | TVNZ 2, 8.40

The Green Mile | Three, 8.55

Godzilla | Duke, 9.30

300: Rise of an Empire | TVNZ 2, 11.55

 

Sunday


   The Fifth Estate | TVNZ 2, 1.50am   

   John Wick | TVNZ 2, 8.30

   Hell or High Water | Maori TV, 8.30

   Fantastic Four | Three, 8.40

Any Given Sunday | Duke, 9.30

Lights Out | TVNZ 2, 11.30

 

Monday


   Non-Stop | Prime, 8.30 

 

Tuesday


   Stealth | Duke, 8.30

   

  Thursday


   Caught | Three, 1.00

   13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi | Three, 8.30

 

Friday


Cries in the Dark | Three, 1.00

Stealth | Duke, 8.30

Star Trek: Generations | Maori TV, 8.30

Captain America: The Winter Soldier | TVNZ 2, 8.35

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5 Responses to “Network Movies in HD: November 16 – 22”

  1. Hi Phil. Any idea what has happened to Chicago Med? I was happily watching it on Sunday evenings (tonight) and it now seems to have disappeared from the Sunday schedule? Has it affected by a mid-season break, or has it been dropped meaning I’ll have to download the rest of the series (in uninterrupted 1080p)?

  2. Hey, Rosco. S3 ended its run on November 11. There were only 20 episodes in the season.

  3. Hi Phil. Thanks for coming back to me. After I sent this message I did my own Googling and came to the same conclusion … it’s weird, as it didn’t seem like a season end … Just like the ending to any typical episode. Anyhoo, thanks for letting me know.

  4. All of the Chicago properties (Med, Fire, PD) air back-to-back this season in the States. Same night fill your boots on Chicago. Wonder if it’d work in NZ?

  5. Hi Mike. I’m not sure this would work here on the face of it (as much as I would like decent drama compared to all the reality cr*p we are subjected to), the trouble is Chicago Fire is up to Season 7, Chicago Med is Season 4 and Chicago PD is up to Season 6. You just can’t drop into those shows from those many seasons in. If they started at the first season of each and the audience could follow the unfolding story then perhaps it would work, but again this would literally take years of showing an episode a week to catch up.

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