Network Movies in HD: September 21 – 27

  

  Saturday 


  Megamind | Three, 4.00  

  James and the Giant Peach | TVNZ 2, 7.00

  The Reef 2: High Tide | Maori TV, 7.00 

  The Shawshank Redemption | TVNZ 2, 8.35

  You, Me and Dupree | Three, 9.30

  Ghosts of Mars | Duke, 9.30

  Mistress America | Three, 11.15

  Jupiter Ascending | TVNZ 2, 11.25

      

  Sunday


  Homefront | TVNZ 2, 1.35am

  Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle | TVNZ 2, 8.00

  Neighbours 2: Sorority Rising | Three, 8.30

  The Lobster | Maori TV, 8.30

  Final Destination | TVNZ 2, 10.25

 

  Monday


  I Am Legend | Prime, 8.30

  Mavis | Maori TV, 8.30

 

  Tuesday


  The Patriot | Duke, 8.30

 

  Thursday  


  Mom & Dad Undergrads | Three, 2.05

  The Karate Kid | Three, 8.30

 

  Friday


  Cast Vita | Three, 2.05

  Ghostbusters | Duke, 8.30

  Legends of the Fall | Maori TV, 8.30

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5 Responses to “Network Movies in HD: September 21 – 27”

  1. I found this on Geekzone. Unsure if accurate.

    “Sky Update
    Discovery HD CH 70,
    Discovery Turbo HD CH0 71
    Living HD channel CH0 17
    From October 8th”

  2. Thanks, Chris. Here’s the link: https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=106&topicid=257219. Seems legit given it appears to have come from installers. Certainly there’s not been any media releases and last time I asked Sky about their HD timeline they promised to keep me in the loop re further announcements post-Rialto’s upgrade.

  3. Sky’s just confirmed these channels will go HD from October 8. It’s yet to officially release the details but says there are no other updates on further HD channels at this point.

  4. I guess National Geographic is moving to Disney+ 🙂

  5. Of all the new HD channels, Sky has only made public announcement and notified the customers of only the extra sports channels … every other HD channel upgrade has been a hidden upgrade. I only found out about these through non-Sky platforms. Including Geekzone. Sky really dropping the ball when it comes to notifying the customers of all developments that are happening … the same applies to TVNZ and MediaWorks as they fail to provide updates to their services to customers.

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