SHO 2 HD (Pacific) Schedule

SHO 2 HD (Pacific)

SHO 2 HD (Pacific) TV Schedule

Local listings for: New York [Set TV Provider]
Wednesday, July 1 2015
  • Time Show
    • 1:00am
      The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2

      After the birth of their daughter, Bella and Edward must gather fellow vampires to back them up as they try to prove to the Volturi that young Renesmee is not an immortal child, but a unique being with a rare gift. Dramatic conclusion to the Twilight Saga, starring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner.

    • in 21 mins

      Bryan Barber's feature debut, a musical drama set in 1930s Georgia, features André Benjamin and Antwan A Patton - better know as Andre 3000 and Big Boi of urban music duo OutKast. The pair star as a manager and performer of a lucrative club, which is under threat from powerful gangsters looking to seize a portion of the profits. Also with Paula Patton and Terrence Howard.

    • 7:15am
      To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar

      Three drag queens embark on a cross-country trip from New York to Hollywood. They get stranded in a small town when their car breaks down, and manage to change the locals' lives and attitudes along the way. Comedy, starring Patrick Swayze, Wesley Snipes, John Leguizamo, Stockard Channing and Chris Penn

    • 9:05am
      Nobody Walks

      A wealthy family's lives are changed when they take a young artist into their home. Drama starring John Krasinski, Olivia Thirlby, Rosemarie DeWitt, India Ennenga, and Justin Kirk

    • 10:30am
      Cradle Will Rock

      Engaging fact-based drama chronicling the problems faced by theatrical giant Orson Welles as fear of communism grows in Thirties America - placing him under pressure to cancel his pro-union play. Elsewhere, banking legend Nelson Rockefeller comes into conflict with artist Diego Riviera over a controversial work or art, and an Italian countess sells paintings to fund Mussolini. Tim Robbins' fact-based drama boasts a remarkable cast, including John Cusack, Susan Sarandon, Vanessa Redgrave and Bill Murray

    • 12:45pm
      Promised Land

      An Idaho high-school athlete and cheerleader reunite years later with their friend and his reckless wife.

    • 2:30pm
      The Watcher

      Detective Joel Campbell (James Spader) finally admits defeat in his quest to track down a serial killer, and moves to a new town. However, it's not long before he begins receiving letters from the murderer, along with photographs of the next victims. Joe Charbanic's thriller is full of cliches and contrivances, but somehow works as a well-crafted, taut piece of film-making. Keanu Reeves goes against type to play the twisted murderer, alongside Oscar-winner Marisa Tomei and Ernie Hudson

    • 4:15pm
      Adult World

      An aspiring poet takes a job as a clerk at an adult book store and tries to make her contemptuous literary idol take her on as his protege. Comedy starring Emma Roberts, John Cusack and Evan Peters.

    • 7:30pm
      Akeelah and the Bee

      Heartwarming social drama about a talented young African-American girl, Akeelah, who uses her gift for words to compete in a televised spelling bee. With the help of her stern coach, Dr Larabee, she is determined to make it to the finals of the competition in Washington. Her sceptical mother, however, lacks belief in her daughter's abilities. Will she hold her little girl back?

    • 9:25pm
      Nacho Libre

      A portly Mexican friar working as a cook in an orphanage adopts the guise of a masked wrestler. He teams up with a thief and enters a tournament hoping to win enough money to sort out the monastery's financial problems, feed the kids under his care and impress the nun he is in love with. Comedy, starring Jack Black and Ana de la Reguera

    • 11:00pm
      The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

      A renowned but eccentric undersea expert - who may or may not be a fraud - sets out in search of a shark that killed an old friend and crew-mate. But the journey is beset by problems, not least thanks to a British journalist and a man claiming to be the scientist's long-lost son. Cult director Wes Anderson's penchant for whimsy overwhelms this offbeat comedy drama, making it something of an acquired taste - fans of his work will no doubt love it and Bill Murray is a delight as the deadpan explorer, but the uninitiated might find it a little too self-consciously quirky. Owen Wilson, Cate Blanchett and Willem Dafoe also star. The film boasts stop motion animation sea life and a soundtrack of David Bowie songs in Portuguese.

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