HBO and its fans are gearing up for some exciting programming and HBOWatch is here to cover it. It is now November and HBO pads its content this time of year and builds up to a big new year. We think and hope 2016 is going to be huge so get on the bandwagon now and enjoy all the fun and drama HBO offers to close out 2015 over the next two months. In November we add great music and some intense boxing action along with acclaimed series. Regardless of how you enjoy your HBO content let us be thankful for the rich and intriguing entertainment the network provides. What do you say? Shall we carve into it and get right to that good stuffing?
Originals: Our big drama right now is proving that Jarden, Texas just is not the miraculous town everyone thought it was. Created by Damon Lindelof and novelist Tom Perrotta, THE LEFTOVERS continues its second season with a new episode debuting SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 01 at 9:00pm followed by other episodes debuting over the next four Sundays in the month. Cast regulars for season two include Justin Theroux, Amy Brenneman, Christopher Eccleston, Liv Tyler, Carrie Coon, Ann Dowd, Margaret Qualley, Chris Zylka, Regina King, Kevin Carroll, Jovan Adepo and Janel Moloney.
How does that grip you? Here are brief details from November’s episodes.
— Episode #15 (season 2, episode 5): No Room at the Inn – Rev. Matt Jamison (Christopher Eccleston) takes his vegetative wife, Mary (Janel Moloney), outside Miracle to seek answers about her condition, but their lives take a dangerous detour when he is barred from returning to town. Racing to get her back into Miracle, he struggles to keep Mary safe from desperate tourists squatting just outside the town’s gates. Written by Damon Lindelof & Jacqueline Hoyt; directed by Nicole Kassell. It debuts SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 01 at 9:00pm. Other HBO playdates: 11.01 at 11:35pm & 1:50am; 11.02 at 11:30pm; 11.03 at 7:00pm & 2:15am; 11.04 at 10:15pm; 11.05 at midnight; 11.06 at 9:00pm; 11.07 at 12:15am and 11.13 at 8:00pm.
— Episode #16 (season 2, episode 6): Lens – Unexpected visitors get under Nora’s (Carrie Coon) skin and she becomes preoccupied with a burning question about herself. Kevin’s (Justin Theroux) predicament becomes impossible to ignore. Erika (Regina King) finds an unlikely ally and reveals haunting secrets. Written by Damon Lindelof & Tom Perrotta; directed by Craig Zobel. It debuts SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 08 at 9:00pm. Other HBO playdates: 11.08 at 11:30pm & 2:00am; 11.09 at 10:15pm; 11.10 at 8:00pm & 2:25am; 11.11 at 10:00pm; 11.12 at midnight; 11.13 at 9:00pm and 11.14 at 12:05am.
— Episode #17 (season 2, episode 7): A Most Powerful Adversary – Nora gives Kevin and Jill (Margaret Qualley) news they weren’t expecting. Kevin deals with the fall-out of Nora’s news and explores his options regarding tackling his Patti (Ann Dowd) problem head-on. Jill goes on a solo adventure that could only happen in Miracle. Laurie (Amy Brenneman) makes a rash decision that affects the Garveys. Written by Damon Lindelof & Patrick Somerville; directed by Mimi Leder. It debuts SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15 at 9:00pm. Other HBO playdates: 11.15 at 11:30pm & 2:00am; 11.16 at midnight; 11.17 at 8:00pm & 4:15am; 11.18 at 10:15pm; 11.19 at 12:25am and 11.21 at 10:10pm.
— Episode #18 (season 2, episode 8): International Assassin – In the shadow of Laurie questioning his mental health, Kevin attempts to vanquish Patti on an unexpected battlefield. A terrible, heartbreaking choice is all that stands between Kevin and his chance to rid himself of her and his past. Written by Damon Lindelof & Nick Cuse; directed by Craig Zobel. It debuts SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22 at 9:00pm. Other HBO playdates: 11.22 at 11:30pm & 2:00am; 11.23 at 10:45pm; 11.24 at 6:55pm & 4:15am; 11.25 at 10:00pm; 11.26 at 10:00pm and 11.28 at 2:00am and into December.
— Episode #19 (season 2, episode 9): Ten Thirteen – A personal loss and subsequent pilgrimage to Miracle offer clues on why Meg (Liv Tyler) embarked on her path as a Remnant crusader. After a fallout with Laurie, Tom (Chris Zylka) seeks to reunite with Meg. Written by Damon Lindelof & Monica Beletsky; directed by Keith Gordon. It debuts SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29 at 9:00pm. Other HBO playdates: 11.29 at 11:00pm & 1:00am and into December.
PROJECT GREENLIGHT concludes its eight-episode fourth season, chronicling the search for a first-time director and taking a revealing, uncensored look at the filmmaking process. Executive produced by Oscar-winners Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, the season finale debuts SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 01 at 10:00pm.
From this season’s winner, Jason Mann, the feature film THE LEISURE CLASS focuses on a man trying to marry into a wealthy, dysfunctional family – and the arrival of his wild and unpredictable brother, who could ruin everything. The comedy debuts MONDAY, NOVEMBER 02 at 10:00pm, the day after the conclusion of the fourth season of PROJECT GREENLIGHT, which chronicled the highs and lows as Mann made this first feature. Here is the first look on this site of the trailer.
From creators Mark V. Olsen and Will Scheffer (co-creators of the beloved HBO series BIG LOVE), the critically acclaimed GETTING ON follows the daily lives of nurses and doctors as they struggle with the darkly comic realities of caring for the elderly in an overwhelmed healthcare system, skewering the petty bureaucracies of modern medical practice in America. Laurie Metcalf, Alex Borstein, Emmy nominee Niecy Nash and Mel Rodriguez star. The comedy series kicks off its six-episode third and final season SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 08 at 10:00pm followed by new episodes each Sunday at the same time. November’s episodes, which HBOWatch will review follow:
— Episode #13 (season 3, episode 1) This Is About Vomit, People – As Dr. Jenna James (Laurie Metcalf) looks to move past her hospice scandal, she finds her job threatened by a handsome new doctor (Grant Bowler) and takes immediate action. DiDi (Niecy Nash) is inspired to fight for her union rights, while cutbacks force Patsy (Mel Rodriguez) to return to floor duty. Dawn (Alex Borstein) questions her marriage and later gets distressing news. Written by Mark V. Olsen & Will Scheffer; directed by Miguel Arteta. It debuts SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 08 at 10:00pm. Other HBO playdates: 11.08 at 12:30am & 3:00am; 11.09 at 11:15pm; 11.10 at 5:50pm; 10.11 at 9:30pm and 11.14 at 1:00am.
— Episode #14 (season 3, episode 2) Don’t Let It Get in You or on You – The staff faces an infectious disease crisis. DiDi’s family drama spills into work, in the person of Yvette (Marsha Stephanie Blake), her sister-in-law. Dr. James reaches out to a pharmaceutical company and finds herself affected by a patient with a complicated past (Joyce Geronimus). A worn-out Dawn is revived by Patsy’s unpredictable advances. Written by Mark V. Olsen & Will Scheffer; directed by Miguel Arteta. It debuts SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15 at 10:00pm. Other HBO playdates: 11.15 at 12:30am & 3:00am; 11.16 at 1:00am; 11.17 at 4:15pm, 11.18 at at 9:45pm and 10.21 at 11:10pm.
— Episode #15 (season 3, episode 3) No, I Don’t Want a F***ing Smiley Face – While preparing for a conference, Dr. James is caught off-guard by workplace politics. A felon (Rhea Perlman) with cancer, and a history of daring escapes, arrives at the ward. When his mother (Ivone Coll) pays a visit, Patsy asks Dawn to pose as someone she’s not. DiDi’s mother-in-law (Gloria Leroy) comes to Billy Barnes for treatment, sparking a family feud. Written by Mark V. Olsen & Will Scheffer; directed by Miguel Arteta. It debuts SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22 at 10:00pm Other HBO playdates: 11.22 at 12:30am & 3:00am; 11.23 at 11:30pm; 11.24 at 5:00pm; 11.25at 9:30pm and 1.28 at 3:00am.
— Episode #16 (season 3, episode 4) Am I Still Me? – On the day of her “Sympoosium,” Dr. James is plagued by unexpected complications. Patsy embraces his truth, and DiDi finds herself caught between work and family. Dawn and Dr. James see uncanny visions of themselves in two British visitors, Dr. Pippa Moore (Vicki Pepperdine) and Sister Den Flixter (Joanna Scanlan). Written by Mark V. Olsen & Will Scheffer; directed by Miguel Arteta. It debuts SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29 at 10:00pm. Other HBO playdates: 11.29 at midnight & 2:00am; 11.30 at 3:20am and into December.
Here first time on the site is an Invitation To The Set piece:
Don’t forget filling in Sunday nights at 10:30 is an encore of TOGETHERNESS. Plus, our two top commentators both conclude their seasons in November. Presenting a satirical look at the week in news, politics and current events, LAST WEEK TONIGHT WITH JOHN OLIVER continues its second season with a new edition debuting SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 01 at 11:00pm followed by other weekly editions this month including the season finale on SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22. REAL TIME WITH BILL MAHER continues its 13th season with a new edition FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 06 at 10:00pm. His season finale hits on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. If you missed them as of late in October Oliver riffed on such topics as the Jason Chaffetz scandal and the Canadian election with guest Mike Myers. Over with Maher he had Neil deGrasse Tyson and Bernie Sanders on.
Theatrical Movies: Time to get a gander at the cinematic films that will be gobbled up by moviephiles in November. You might catch something for the first time or enjoy again a favorite from months past. Saturday nights are reserved for the following – they are UNFINISHED BUSINESS, RUN ALL NIGHT, FIFTY SHADES OF GREY and KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE. Below is a look at each.
We start off the month with some UNFINISHED BUSINESS. This comedy follows a hardworking businessman (Vince Vaughn) and his associates (Tom Wilkinson, Dave Franco) on a European business trip where everything goes astray. Vince’s executive is quoting as saying “The first rule is to always show your client a good time.” Yes, but will we have a good time watching this movie? Sienna Miller, Nick Frost and James Marsden also star. Directed by Ken Scott with a screenplay by Steven Conrad, this comedy debuts SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 07 at 7:30pm an opposed to the usual 8pm start time. In RUN ALL NIGHT, a hitman (Liam Neeson) has one night to decide whether his loyalties lie with his best friend and mob boss (Ed Harris), or his estranged son (Joel Kinnaman). It is directed by Jaume Collet-Serra with a screenplay by Brad Ingelsby. This action thriller debuts SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14 at 7:00pm. Note its earlier start than usual also. Who’d a thought Neeson would hold our attention as an action star this long?
A shy college student (Dakota Johnson) pursues an unconventional romance with a mysterious billionaire (Jamie Dornan) in FIFTY SHADES OF GREY, debuting SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21 at the usual 8:00pm start time. This one has had many a person hot & bothered but isn’t as steamy as the novel. Jennifer Ehle and Marcia Gay Harden also star. Directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson with a screenplay by Kelly Marcel, this racy drama is based on the bestselling novel of the same name by E.L. James.And finally a top-secret spy agency recruits a promising street kid to fight an evil tech genius when KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE debuts SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28 at 8:00pm. Starring Colin Firth, Samuel L. Jackson, Mark Strong, Taron Egerton and Michael Caine, the action film is directed by Matthew Vaughn, with a screenplay by Jane Goldman and Matthew Vaughn.
Specials: On SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14 (9:00-11:30 p.m.), HBO presents U2: iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE LIVE IN PARIS, recorded the same day as the concert. The performance showcases an inventive set that literally moves throughout the venue via multiple stages, a one-of-a-kind interactive floor-to-ceiling arena-length LED screen that has earned its reputation as the fifth member of U2, and a radical new approach to surround sound that ensures everyone in the audience sees, feels and hears the show with maximum impact from every seat in the house.
Documentary: Debuting MONDAY, NOVEMBER 02 at 8:00pm, the documentary THE DIPLOMAT chronicles the political and personal life of the late Richard Holbrooke (pictured), a larger-than-life ambassador whose career spanned 50 years of American foreign policy, ranging from Vietnam, to Bosnia and Kosovo, to Afghanistan. Directed by his son, David Holbrooke (HBO’s HARD AS NAILS) the film shows how he grapples with Richard Holbrooke’s public and private personas, creating a delicate portrait of fatherhood, ambition and the force required to effect lasting change in the world. The documentary features interviews with such notables as Bill and Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, Madeleine Albright, Henry Kissinger, Al Gore, Diane Sawyer and Samantha Power, among others. With more than 50 million Latinos now living in the United States, Latinos are taking their seat at the table as the new American power brokers in the world of entertainment, business, politics and the arts. Through stirring performances, archival footage and exclusive interviews, THE LATIN EXPLOSION: A NEW AMERICA spotlights many of the key Latino musical talents who helped shape America over the past 70 years. Showing how a booming Latin population has embraced its homegrown talent and transformed American culture in the process, the documentary debuts MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16 at 9:00pm and features exclusive interviews from Gloria Estefan, Marc Anthony, Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull, Ricky Martin and others. Catch a little hype below.
Debuting MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23 at 9:00pm, the documentary 3 ½ MINUTES, TEN BULLETS probes the case of Jordan Davis, a black teenager, and Michael Dunn, a middle-aged white man, whose angry encounter over loud music outside a convenience store ended in the young man’s death, when Dunn shot multiple times into the car where Davis was sitting. Featuring intimate interviews with Davis’ parents, exclusive courtroom footage and recordings of Dunn while in police custody, this powerful film tells the story of the devastating effects of racial bias and the search for justice within the judicial system. Winner of a Special Jury Prize at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, the documentary debuts in conjunction with the third anniversary of Davis’ death.
Sports: One of boxing’s biggest stars returns to the ring to meet one of the sport’s most popular action fighters on WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING: TIMOTHY BRADLEY JR. VS. BRANDON RIOS AND VASYL LOMACHENKO VS. ROMULO KOASICHA, presented SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 07 at 9:30pm. Timothy Bradley Jr. (32-1-1, 12 KOs) takes on Brandon Rios (33-2-1, 23 KOs) in a scheduled 12-round welterweight championship contest in Las Vegas. The opening bout of the evening features a world featherweight title defense as titleholder Vasyl Lomachenko (4-1, 2KOs) meets challenger Romulo Koasicha (25-4, 14 KOs). The HBO Sports team will be ringside for all the action, which will be available in HDTV, closed-captioned for the hearing-impaired and presented in Spanish on HBO Latino. Immediately following is 24/7 COTTO/CANELO, which takes viewers inside their training sessions as they prepare for their big matchup.
KAREEM: MINORITY OF ONE looks at the life and career of Kareem Abdul Jabbar, (pictured) the National Basketball Association’s all-time leading scorer with 38,387 points, and six-time MVP and world champion. Debuting TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 03 at 10:00pm, the film spotlights an athlete who had unparalleled impact on and success in basketball, and has witnessed many landmark moments over the past 50 years. REAL SPORTS WITH BRYANT GUMBEL goes behind the box scores and statistics to tackle timely subjects in the world of contemporary sports. Featuring a top lineup of contributors, the next monthly edition debuts TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 at 10:00. Hosted by the four-time Sports Emmy winner, THE FIGHT GAME WITH JIM LAMPLEY is a provocative, engaging and informative experience that delves into intriguing storylines, newsmakers and issues that are top-of-mind in boxing. The latest edition debuts WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11 at 11:00pm.
Other Movies and Shows: 5 FLIGHTS UP stars Morgan Freeman and Diane Keaton. On Veteran’s Day catch ALIVE DAY MEMORIES: HOME FROM IRAQ and also repeats 2014’s THE CONCERT FOR VALOR. On Thanksgiving night let the meal digest in front of NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM and NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: SECRET OF THE TOMB. Also country music star Keith Urban plays a deputy sheriff in BEERS FOR MY HORSES (check the trailer below) starting 11.09. Also on HBO is not one but four CATHOUSE specials in late night. I wonder if Odom will be watching?
HBO’s Other Platforms: Just be thankful HBO is around to give us the top quality entertainment we see and the diverse talent and movies of all kinds that appear month after month. HBO Latino: The channel continues its MAGNIFICA ’70 series and pops up a Short Film to boot entitled COMPLETO. In it, tired of his employee giving free milk to the girl he likes, Lizardo offers Completo a reward so he can ask her out on a proper date, but at a price. Three movies t note are CUIDAD DELIRIO in which a shy Spanish doctor pursues an unlikely romance with a beautiful Salsa school owner; NO ROBARAS (THOU SHALL NOT STEAL) – When 16-year-old Lucia’s mother is accused of attempted murder after pushing the abusive father of her baby down a flight of stairs, Lucia is left in charge of her siblings. Unable to find any help, she has no choice but to start stealing to support her family. Vanessa Alvario stars. Finally there is OLVIDADOS (FORGOTTEN). This powerful, fact-based story exposes the era of torture and mass killings committed by Bolivia’s military dictatorship during the 1970s. HBO Family: Just a few random choices here: PROJECT NIM (one of my favorites); Woody Allen’s BANANAS; ICE AGE: THE MELTDOWN and LEAN ON ME. HBO Signature. PEACOCK (listed as a First Run feature) in which Cillian Murphy gives a superb performance as a shy, small-town bank clerk with multiple-personality disorder who starts to lose his grip on reality after a train crashes into his backyard and his neighbors discover his new “wife.” Co-starring Susan Sarandon, Ellen Page, Keith Carradine, Josh Lucas, Bill Pullman. Also a First Run is HAVOC with Anne Hathaway. Rich, bored white kids from the ‘burbs take a walk on the wild side looking for thrills who get more than they bargained for when they get mixed up with Latino gangstas. HBO Comedy: THE RETURN OF THE MUSKETEERS the 1989 romp with Michael York and Oliver Reed; Mel Brooks’ BLAZING SADDLES (a classic favorite) and the comedy of LEWIS BLACK: RED, WHITE AND SCREWED are all treats to be found on the channel.
Now/Go: Coming soon to the sites are the likes of BULL DURHAM with Kevin Costner, EVOLUTION with David Duchovny, THROW MOMMA FROM THE TRAIN with Billy Crystal, ALL THE RIGHT MOVES with Tom Cruise and all five installments of the original PLAENT OF THE APES franchise with Roddy McDowell. Don’t forget you can also catch up on some of the older series you might have missed like Louis C. K. in all 13 episodes of LUCKY LOUIE and all 10 episodes of TELL ME YOU LOVE ME. Also in November –
HBO NOW Unveils Movember Collection, Celebrating the Most Iconic Moustaches in HBO History to Raise Awareness for Men’s Health
From Al Swearengen’s 1870s businessman moustache to Rust Cohle’s trucker ‘stache, HBO NOW has created a collection of episodes and programs featuring the most iconic moustaches in HBO history as part of the Movember Foundation’s annual Movember campaign, which helps encourage men to live happier, healthier, and longer lives through investing in four key areas: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health, and physical inactivity. Celebrate the ’Stache: 22 HBO Moustaches for Movember is available on HBO NOW today and features moustaches made famous in hit HBO programming. Included are – Al Swearengen from Deadwood; Adam Sackler from Girls; Bert/Bertha Hagenbeck in Carnivale; BK from No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency; Bob Black from Behind the Candelabra; Charlotte York from Sex and the City; Clay Davis from The Wire; Dom Basaluzzo from Looking; Frank Harlow from Big Love; Jermaine and Bret from Flight of the Conchords; Keith Charles from Six Feet Under; Larry David from Curb Your Enthusiasm; Louis Greene from Bored to Death; Mike McClintock from Veep; Monty Beragon from Mildred Pierce; Mr. Pfister from Family Tree; Nick Wasicsko from Show Me a Hero; Patsy de la Serda from Getting On; Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish from Game of Thrones; Ray Velcoro from True Detective Season 2; Richard Harrow from Boardwalk Empire and Rust Cohle from True Detective Season 1.
Cinemax: In November, CINEMAX continues to be the only premium channel presented in 100% True HD (1080i). Which means that its hit series THE KNICK can be seen in all its glory. November’s episodes are as follows –
— Episode #14 (season 2, episode 4): “Wonderful Surprises” – Abby’s (Jennifer Ferrin) worsening condition persuades Thackery (Clive Owen) to test out his novel syphilis treatment. Edwards (André Holland) comes clean to Opal (Zaraah Abrahams), but does not get the response he expects. Cleary (Chris Sullivan) makes a last-ditch effort to raise funds for Harriet (Cara Seymour) as her date in court arrives. Bertie (Michael Angarano) undergoes physical training; Barrow (Jeremy Bobb) loses a sponsor; Gallinger’s (Eric Johnson) prejudices are reinforced; Cornelia (Juliet Rylance) probes a suspicious death; Lucy (Eve Hewson) laments her lot in life. Written by Jack Amiel & Michael Begler; directed by Steven Soderbergh. It debuts FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 06 at 10:00pm. Other CINEMAX playdates are 11.06 at 11:00pm & midnight); 11.07 at 9:00pm & 12:15am; 11.08 at 5:30pm; 11.09 at 8:00pm & 10:45pm; 11.10 at 10:00pm; 11.11 at 9:00pm and 11.25 at 7:00pm.
— Episode #15 (season 2, episode 5): “Whiplash” – A subway explosion leads to an influx of patients at The Knick, but little margin for profit. Pursued by Henry (Charles Aitken), Lucy takes to heart advice from one of Ping Wu’s girls. An addict’s misfortune gives Thackery an ideal test case for his latest theory on addiction. Bertie submits his adrenalin research to Zinberg (Michael Nathanson); Cornelia gets a new clue in Speight’s death; Barrow repays a debt but gets no credit; Genevieve (Arielle Goldman) charms the Chickerings; Harriet finds herself a boardinghouse pariah. Written by Steven Katz; directed by Steven Soderbergh. It debuts FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13 at 10:00pm. Other CINEMAX playdates: 11.13 at 11:00pm & midnight; 11.14 at 9:00pm & 11:40pm; 11.15 at 5:00pm; 11.16 at 8:00pm & 10:40pm; 11.17 at 10:00pm; 11.18 at 9:00pm and 11.25 at 8:00pm.
— Episode #16 (season 2, episode 6): “There Are Rules” – Faced with a quandary, Bertie decides to take matters into his own hands at Mt. Sinai, enlisting Algernon to help. Thackery investigates the efficacy of hypnosis, and takes an interest in a pair of conjoined twins. Lucy lobbies Henry for a gala invitation; Cornelia visits the brother of a deceased immigrant with ties to Speight; Gallinger dines with an unwelcome guest; Barrow previews a new home for Junia (Rachel Korine); Harriet agrees to make a change. Written by Jack Amiel & Michael Begler; directed by Steven Soderbergh. Debut: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20 at 10:00pm. Other CINEMAX playdates: 11.20 at 11:00pm & midnight; 11.21 at 9:00pm & midnight; 11.22 at 5:45pm; 11.23 at 8:00pm & 10:35pm; 11.24 at 10:00pm and 11.25 at 9:00pm.
— Episode #17 (season 2, episode 7): “Williams and Walker” – Fighting his nerves, Thackery readies himself to attempt to separate Zoya and Nika in front of a packed audience. After getting a surprise gift from her father-in-law, Cornelia attends a gala charity ball for the new Knick with other familiar guests. Barrow gets rid of a threat; Opal spoils the Robertsons’ good mood. Algernon gets a long-overdue spotlight in the surgical theater, but complications ensue. Written by Jack Amiel & Michael Begler; directed by Steven Soderbergh Debut: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27 at 10:00pm. Other CINEMAX playdates: 11.27 at 11:00pm & midnight; 11.28 at 9:00pm & 11:50pm; 11.29 at 5:00pm; 11.30 at 8:00pm & 10:50pm and into December.
Cinemax is also spotlighting…Robert Redford in November.
Next Month’s Tease: For December your clue is – this 2015 movie takes place right after the events depicted in Peter Weir’s acclaimed 1981 film.
November’s answer was U2 iNNOCENCE + ePERIENCE LIVE FROM PARIS as the mentioned names of Mullen Jr. & Clayton join Bono & The Edge in concert. I’m looking forward to that, are U 2?
Final Clip: No movie clip this month ‘cause I’m sticking with some U2. Here is a tease and the end of this post. Enjoy and be thankful.