HBO HD (Pacific) Schedule

HBO HD (Pacific)

HBO HD (Pacific) TV Schedule

Local listings for: New York [Set TV Provider]
Thursday, July 2 2015
  • Time Show
    • 11 mins ago
      John Wick

      Former hitman, John Wick, comes out of retirement to track down a group of gangsters. Action thriller starring Keanu Reeves, Michael Nyqvist and Alfie Allen

    • 5:45am
      The Battle for Marjah

      Journalist Ben Anderson follows U.S. Marines as they try to liberate an Afghan district from Taliban forces.

    • 7:15am
      Meet Wally Sparks

      As the threat of cancellation looms, a TV talk show host pulls an outrageous stunt in an attempt to boost his ratings.

    • 9:00am
      Legally Blondes

      British identical twin sisters Isabelle and Annabelle start a new life in Los Angeles. However, fitting in at an American high school proves tough - especially when they are framed for a crime they did not commit. Comedy sequel, starring Rebecca and Camilla Rosso, with Christopher Cousins and Brittany Curran

    • 10:30am
      Dolphin Tale

      A boy helps rescue an injured dolphin caught in a crab trap, and helps a marine biologist look after it. The dolphin's tail has to be amputated, so the youngster seeks the help of the doctor who built his brother's artificial leg in building a prosthetic flipper. Family drama, starring Nathan Gamble, Harry Connick Jr, Ashley Judd and Morgan Freeman

    • 12:30pm
      In & Out

      An Oscar winner announces on national TV that his former schoolteacher is gay, causing uproar in the close-knit community where he grew up, and forcing the beleaguered tutor to convince his family, fiancee and pupils that he's not. Side-splitting comedy, starring Kevin Kline, Matt Dillon, Tom Selleck and Joan Cusack - who was nominated for an Academy Award for her performance

    • 2:00pm
      Draft Day

      After a 13-year losing streak, Cleveland Browns general manager Sonny Weaver Jr. looks to land the number one draft pick. American football based comedy-drama starring Kevin Costner, Jennifer Garner and Frank Langella

    • 4:00pm
      The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

      The party of dwarves and their hobbit ally continue the quest to reclaim their lost kingdom, journeying through the forest home of ancestral enemy the elves and finally facing the dragon that drove them from their home. Meanwhile, Gandalf the wizard investigates the rise of a mysterious dark power. Part two of Peter Jackson's fantasy adventure trilogy based on JRR Tolkien's novel, starring Martin Freeman, Ian McKellen, Richard Armitage and Orlando Bloom

    • 6:45pm
      Ender's Game

      70 years after a horrific alien war, an unusually gifted child is sent to an advanced military school in space to prepare for a future invasion.

    • 8:45pm
      Last Week Tonight with John OliverSeason 2 Episode 19: EPISODE: 19

      American talk show in which British comedian, actor and writer John Oliver presents a satirical look at the biggest news stories, political developments and pop culture events of the previous seven days. The topical series sees the former Daily Show reporter offer his distinct take on a variety of social, political and existential issues facing society

    • 9:15pm

      Bryan Singer's blockbusting adaptation of the popular Marvel comic book in which powerful mutants Wolverine and Rogue join an academy for their kindred, but are soon caught up in a battle against a rival organisation preparing for all-out war against human society. Adventure, which manages to be hugely entertaining without compromising its all-important comic-book heritage, starring Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Halle Berry, Ian McKellen, Famke Janssen and Anna Paquin. With a successful sequel following in its wake, the franchise will continue with a third instalment, featuring Vinnie Jones among others, scheduled for release this month

    • 11:00pm
      The BrinkSeason 1 Episode 2: Half-Cocked

      The geo-political satire continues as US Admiral McBride gives air force pilots Zeke and Glenn an angry lecture on why it is a bad idea to shoot down an Indian drone over Pakistani soil. Meanwhile, back in Islamabad, mid-level diplomat Alex Talbot is taken in for questioning by the leaders of Pakistan's new military regime, who seem to think he is in close cahoots with US Secretary of State Walter Larson. Comedy, starring Tim Robbins and Jack Black

    • 11:30pm
      BallersSeason 1 Episode 2: Raise Up

      Spencer struggles to close a deal; Jason works hard to renegotiate for his client; Ricky discovers that some of his new teammates are not friendly; Charles finds it hard to focus at his new job; Spencer counsels Vernon to learn from his mistakes.

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