Network Movies in HD: March 26 – April 1



Jack the Giant Slayer (TVNZ 2, 7.00)

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (Three, 7.00)

Agent Cody Banks (Maori TV, 7.00)

The Great Gatsby (Eden, 8.30)

Goldstone (Maori TV, 8.50)

The Dark Tower (TVNZ 2, 9.00)

Bachelorette (Three, 9.10)

Se7en (Duke, 9.30)

Batman Begins (TVNZ 2, 10.50)

The Nanny Betrayal (Three, 11.00)



Dolphin Tale 2 (TVNZ 2, 3.40)

Shrek the Third (TVNZ 2, 5.40)

The Legend of Tarzan (TVNZ 2, 7.30)

On the Basis of Sex (Eden, 8.30)

The Straight Story (Maori TV, 8.40)



We Own the Night (Prime, 9.30)



Demolition Man (Duke, 8.30)

Rambo – First Blood Part II (Duke, 10.35)



Rambo III (Duke, 12.20am)

The Confirmation (Maori TV, 8.30)



White House Down (Three, 7.30)

Date Movie (Duke, 10.40)

Keanu (TVNZ 2, 2.25am Saturday).

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3 Responses to “Network Movies in HD: March 26 – April 1”

  1. Warning: preg_replace(): Unknown modifier '/' in /home/customer/www/ on line 66
    March 27, 2022 at 8:42 am

    Looks like Three have pulled Bad Boys for Life and replaced it with a Shane Warne tribute special – am guessing the one Seven aired earlier in the week. I wonder if any of our FTAs/sports channels will transmit the funeral/memorial this Wednesday?

  2. Watching The Chase USA on Eden is mind boggling especially with the amounts of money that can be won. It makes the UK version look like cheapskates ?

  3. Thanks, Clint, have amended accordingly. Yes, it is the Seven documentary, and Three’s pre-emption of the FTA premiere of Bad Boys for Life could be risky gambit given the special tanked in Australia. Reports the Daily Mail: “Channel Seven’s tribute to late cricket great Shane Warne was a ratings flop on Wednesday night. The one-hour ‘special event’ titled Warnie attracted a disappointing 445,000 metro viewers and finished third in its timeslot.” It will stream on ThreeNow from Sunday night.

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