HBO Comedy HD Schedule

HBO Comedy HD

HBO Comedy HD TV Schedule

Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Thursday, November 27 2014
  • Time Show
    • 12:00am
      Me, Myself and Irene

      Off-colour humour abounds in this smash-hit comedy from the Farrelly brothers, starring Jim Carrey as a mild-mannered policeman who has to balance his day-to-day responsibilities with a split personality. Unfortunately his alter ego is not quite as easy-going - a problem exacerbated when he falls in love. With Renée Zellweger, Anthony Anderson, Mongo Brownlee and Robert Forster.

    • 3:20am
      Tales From the Hood

      A mortician entertains a trio of drug-seeking youths with four cautionary tales of horror and revenge.

    • 5:00am
      Slap Shot 2: Breaking the Ice

      A struggling ice-hockey team are shocked when a conniving businessman buys them out as part of a diabolical scheme to ensure he nets a large end-of-season payout. Sporting comedy, starring Stephen Baldwin, Jessica Steen and Gary Busey

    • 6:50am
      Bye Bye Love

      Three divorced men face up to the trials and rewards of fatherhood as they juggle the demands of their children during one hectic weekend. Comedy, starring Matthew Modine, Randy Quaid, Paul Reiser and Janeane Garofalo

    • 8:40am
      Phat Girlz

      A would-be designer struggles to break into the fashion industry with her plans for a clothing line for larger women. When she and her friend win a holiday in Palm Springs, things look up for her when she catches the eye of a handsome Nigerian doctor. Comedy, starring Mo'Nique, Jimmy-Jean Louis and Kendra C Johnson

    • 10:20am
      Animal Attraction

      Ashley Judd stars as a woman abandoned by her boyfriend, who accepts the offer of sharing an apartment with philandering co-worker Hugh Jackman. She hatches a plan to research male behaviour, with her new flatmate as a case study. Her theories turn her into an overnight celebrity with hordes of female fans - but as her success grows she begins to question her findings. Flat romantic comedy, also starring Greg Kinnear, Marisa Tomei and Ellen Barkin

    • 12:00pm
      The Object of My Affection

      Pregnant Jennifer Aniston asks her homosexual friend to act as the baby's father, believing that between the two of them they will do an excellent job of raising the child. Nicholas Hytner's romantic comedy stars Paul Rudd, Kali Rocha and Nigel Hawthorne

    • 1:55pm
      Wet Hot American Summer

      After their charges have left, staff members of a children's camp pursue romances that have been brewing all season.

    • 3:35pm
      Jingle All the Way

      A workaholic father tries to make up for his perpetual absence from home by promising to buy his son a hugely popular action figure for Christmas - little realising every other father in town has the same idea. Comedy, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sinbad, Jake Lloyd, Rita Wilson, Robert Conrad and Phil Hartman

    • 5:05pm

      Excellent, fast-paced screwball comedy, starring Goldie Hawn as a spoilt heiress who suffers amnesia following a fall from her yacht. Kurt Russell plays a rough-hewn carpenter and father of four who claims to be her husband - but only to exact revenge for her ill-treatment of him. From Garry Marshall, the director of box-office smash Runaway Bride, the film neatly strikes a balance between sentimental scenes and genuine hilarity

    • 7:00pm
      VeepSeason 3 Episode 1: Some New Beginnings

      The return of Armando Iannucci's satire starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as the US vice-president. Selina sets her sights on becoming president and the funeral of a congressman provides her with an excellent networking opportunity, while a ban on mobile phones at Mike's wedding comes at the most inconvenient of times when important news breaks. As Dan vies with Amy to become Selina's campaign manager, he plots against presidential aide Jonah in the hope of scoring brownie points with his boss

    • 7:30pm
      VeepSeason 3 Episode 2: The Choice

      Selina is forced to clarify her stance on abortion after the president suddenly announces he is against it. Desperate not to offend anyone, she meets pro-life and pro-choice advocates and tries to reassure them she is on their side. Meanwhile, Jonah sets up a political blog and lands a guest spot on a TV show after a series of passionate rants, leading Dan to go to extreme lengths to ensure he doesn't say anything negative about the vice-president on air. Armando Iannucci's satire, starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus

    • 8:00pm
      The 40 Year Old Virgin

      A middle-aged electronics shop worker reveals that he has never been intimate with a woman, leaving his shocked colleagues with no choice but to set him up on a series of potentially passionate dates. When he falls for a single mum, his pals think he's on course for a lusty liaison, but his new partner isn't ready for a physical relationship. Judd Apatow's comedy, featuring moments of sensitive humour among the smuttier sketches. Starring Steve Carell, Catherine Keener and Paul Rudd

    • 10:00pm
      The Object of My Affection

      Pregnant Jennifer Aniston asks her homosexual friend to act as the baby's father, believing that between the two of them they will do an excellent job of raising the child. Nicholas Hytner's romantic comedy stars Paul Rudd, Kali Rocha and Nigel Hawthorne

    • 11:55pm
      Hello Ladies: The Movie

      To impress his ex and her husband, Stuart Pritchard enlists a Russian model to pose as his girlfriend. Based on the television series.

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