HBO Comedy Schedule

HBO Comedy

HBO Comedy TV Schedule

Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Saturday, November 28 2015
  • Time Show
    • 25 mins ago
      The Kid

      A wealthy consultant meets an eight-year-old who bears a striking resemblance to himself as a boy - and it's not long before he realises the youngster offers a glimpse into the childhood he's forgotten. Enjoyable Disney fantasy with some nice comedy touches, which avoids getting stuck in sugary sentimentality thanks to the efforts of Spencer Breslin, who gives an excellent performance as the hero. With Bruce Willis, Emily Mortimer and Lily Tomlin. Includes Lotto at 7.57

    • 7:50am
      Snow Day

      A New York borough is shut down during a blizzard - and a group of cheeky local children steal a snowplough in a desperate attempt to ensure the roads to their school stay closed as long as possible. Meanwhile, parents all over the city struggle to work out what to do with their offspring. Energetic comedy which bounds along at a healthy pace, starring Chris Elliott, Mark Webber, Jean Smart, Chevy Chase, Iggy Pop, Pam Grier and Zena Grey

    • 9:25am
      The Pink Panther Strikes Again

      Peter Sellers returns on hilarious form as accident-prone Inspector Clouseau, this time fending off the unwanted attentions of a murder syndicate led by demented former police chief Dreyfus, who's come up with a scheme to get rid of the clumsy cop once and for all. But it soon becomes clear that even the world's top assassins will have a hard time doing away with the lucky lawman. Entertaining slapstick comedy sequel, with Herbert Lom, Lesley-Anne Down, Burt Kwouk and Leonard Rossiter

    • 11:10am

      After a bad blind date, Jim (Adam Sandler) and Lauren (Drew Barrymore) find themselves stuck together at a resort for families in Africa

    • 1:10pm
      O Brother, Where Art Thou?

      Three bumbling crooks escape from prison during the 1930s, and strive to get their hands on stashed-away loot before a devastating flood ruins their spoils, but encounter all manner of scrapes and strange characters along the way. Another fabulous comedy from brothers Joel and Ethan Coen, this adventure is loosely based on Homer's Odyssey and boasts an excellent cast, including George Clooney, John Turturro, Tim Blake Nelson, John Goodman, Holly Hunter and Michael Badalucco. The soundtrack, which includes fictional group the Soggy Bottom Boys performing Man of Constant Sorrow, went on to scoop a clutch of Grammys

    • 3:00pm
      The Tao of Steve

      A portly slacker thinks he's found the perfect method of wooing members of the opposite sex, using a homegrown philosophy inspired by super-cool icons of the past. However, he's forced to reassess his theories when he encounters a beautiful but aloof woman at a school reunion and vows to win her heart. Clever, offbeat romantic comedy with a unique charm, starring Donal Logue, Greer Goodman and Kimo Wills

    • 4:35pm
      Collision Course

      A top Japanese detective teams up with a streetwise cop to tackle an international car-thieving ring, but a clash of cultures soon causes all manner of complications. Hackneyed comedy thriller, starring Pat Morita, Jay Leno - whose dreadful performance demonstrates why he's better off as a chat show host - Chris Sarandon and Al Waxman

    • 6:20pm
      The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy

      A close-knit group of friends regularly meet up to sympathise with each other and compare notes on their relationships - but as each searches for love, the ties between them are tested to the limit. Sharp romantic comedy drama with some nice rapid-fire exchanges, but one too many heart-warming cliches undermine director Greg Berlanti's efforts. Timothy Olyphant, Zach Braff and Dean Cain star

    • 8:00pm

      After a bad blind date, Jim (Adam Sandler) and Lauren (Drew Barrymore) find themselves stuck together at a resort for families in Africa

    • 10:00pm
      Four Weddings and a Funeral

      A yuppie seems destined always to be the best man and never the groom, but his run of romantic misfortune looks set to change once he meets an American beauty. However, the prospect of a transatlantic relationship succeeding seems slim, so the pair go their separate ways - only for him to realise he can't forget her. Richard Curtis's brilliantly played blockbusting comedy hurled Hugh Grant into the showbiz stratosphere, while Andie MacDowell manages to be slightly less annoying than usual, playing his unlikely soulmate. John Hannah, Charlotte Coleman, Kristin Scott Thomas, Simon Callow and James Fleet co-star as Grant's circle of friends

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