Movies on TV

T2, buy only if its the Special Edition


Watch Terminator 2. One of the best sequels ever :stuck_out_tongue:

Sucks when two stations air the same franchise of the movie at the same time.


James Bond is back on 9Gem from 3 December starting with From Russia With Love, then Goldfinger, Thunderball, Casino Royale (1967), You Only Live Twice, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service and Diamonds Are Forever.

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So they’re just skipping Dr. No?

And yet airing this which isn’t even apart of the official series


Not really a choice I’d say, it’s just based on the distribution agreement they have.

Not sure why because it was aired in previous years including December 2022.


This always generates good ratings and shares, could aid in winning nights and if nightly even weeks

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apologies for double post

Love Actually is trending online tonight

Nine Saturday 9 December 8:30 pm - Stan original movie. Not sure why Nine didn’t show this during perhaps tonight during the survey period. (Note: 9pm in Queensland).


Sunday 10 December 9:00 pm Nine

Sunday 10 December 11:00 pm Nine

Monday 11 December midday Nine

Tuesday 12 December midday Nine

Thursday 14 December midday Nine

Friday 15 December Seven (times vary check guide)

Saturday 16 December 3:10pm Nine

Saturday 16 December Seven (times vary check guide)

James Bond marathon on 9Gem continues with
Live And Let Die, Live And Let Die, The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, For Your Eyes Only, Never Say Never Again and Octopussy.


Saturday 16 December Seven (times vary due to test cricket)

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Sunday 17 December 11:20 pm Nine

Monday 18 December midday Nine

Tuesday 19 December midday Nine

Wednesday 20 December 10:20 pm 9Go!

Thursday 21 December midday Nine

Friday 22 December midday Nine

Saturday 23 December 3:15pm Nine

9Gem’s Bond marathon continues with A View To A Kill, The Living Daylights, Licence To Kill, Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough and Die Another Day.


I have noticed that Crocodile Dundee has only aired on Nine since TV rights became available in the late 1980s. Did Nine get a permanent broadcast deal on the movie? Why were the other networks not given a chance with the distributor?


Sort of. They switched from the original Australian version to the international version after 20th Century Fox was brought out by Disney in 2019. Paramount are the current distributors of the film in Australia.

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I thought that Nine was an investor in the film but I’m not sure. IIRC at the time there was a 150% tax write off for Australian films.


Good selection of flicks on FTA this evening, not often this stacked:

I Still Know What You Did Last Summer
Last Night In SoHo (first run)
Deck the Halls
Godzilla (90s one - Broderick in two movies tonight)
Dangerous Minds
Never Say Never Again
The Polar Express
The Client
In The Line of Fire


Good is subjective I guess…

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Fair fair, but you have to admit all (nearly all) of them were blockbusters or box office successes, with a few classics, even some acclaimed or award winners. Not a regular thing all this on the one night, not to mention the production values/quality, at least from a Hollywood studio level-perspective.

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