AMC (Pacific) Schedule

AMC (Pacific)

AMC (Pacific) TV Schedule

Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Monday, April 21 2014
  • Time Show
    • 49 mins ago
      Mad MenSeason 7 Episode 2: A Day's Work

      Peggy receives a bouquet of flowers at the office, Pete navigates the politics of new business and Joan is put in an incredibly awkward situation. Drama series set in the world of advertising in New York, starring Elisabeth Moss, Vincent Kartheiser and Christina Hendricks

    • in 15 mins
      CSI: MiamiSeason 10 Episode 11: Crowned

      The investigators head to a children's beauty pageant, where one of the contestants' mothers has been found dead, and suspect a rival parent may have been behind her demise. However, as Calleigh and Ryan examine the evidence, another horrific crime comes to light - leaving Horatio and the team with little time to prevent a tragedy

    • 7:13am
      CSI: MiamiSeason 10 Episode 12: Friendly Fire

      The team investigates the assassination of a billionaire who made his fortune by creating a hi-tech mobile phone. Suspicion initially falls on anti-corporate protesters who had been targeting the victim's firm, but Loman discovers the killing may be linked to one of the company's other products - a revolutionary type of bullet that can change direction. Guest starring Sendhil Ramamurthy (Heroes)

    • 9:00am
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    • 9:30am
      Healthy Meals in Minutes!

      Explore the possibilities with NuWave Oven Pro, a revolutionary oven featuring patented triple combo cooking power that will give you the most affordable, easy, healthy, and delicious method of cooking.

    • 11:30am
      Bedroom Olympics

      Androzene promotes male sexual health and nourishes the body.

    • 12:00pm
      History of the World: Part I

      Bawdy segments include the dawn of man, Moses, Nero, an empress, the Inquisition and the French Revolution.

    • 2:00pm
      The Last Samurai

      The emperor of Japan recruits an American Civil War veteran to train his troops to wipe out a rebel force of Samurai warriors. After the defeat of the imperial army, the soldier is captured and in time comes to respect his enemies' traditions and code of honour, finally going over to their side. Period drama, starring Tom Cruise, Ken Watanabe, Timothy Spall and Billy Connolly.

    • 5:30pm
      The Shawshank Redemption

      Quiet, unassuming banker Tim Robbins, wrongly jailed for murdering his adulterous wife and her lover, forms an extraordinary friendship with fellow inmate Morgan Freeman and, over the years, earns a position of trust as the corrupt governor's book-keeper. Frank Darabont's powerful and emotional drama, adapted from a story by Stephen King, frequently figures high in lists of the greatest movies ever made - and it's easy to see why. It really draws viewers into the lives of the prisoners, and although it didn't do especially well at the box office, has become one of the biggest-selling and most-rented movies on video and DVD. Bob Gunton, William Sadler, Clancy Brown and Gil Bellows co-star

    • 8:30pm

      Sporting drama, based on a true story, starring Mark Wahlberg as a down on his luck barman struggling to cope with the loss of a teaching job and his wife leaving him. His fortunes are turned around when the American football team he's supported all his life hold open tryouts and, against all odds, he wins himself a place on the squad. Starring Mark Wahlberg and Greg Kinnear

    • 11:00pm

      Steven Spielberg's classic blockbusting thriller, which was nominated for the Best Picture Oscar in 1976, about a New England seaside town where the holiday season is turned into a bloody nightmare by a giant killer shark. Roy Scheider stars as the local police chief who teams up with grizzled fisherman Robert Shaw and marine expert Richard Dreyfuss to hunt and kill the monster predator, while John Williams provides the familiar and foreboding soundtrack. The model shark used in the production of the film was nicknamed Bruce by Spielberg - in honour of his lawyer.

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