07.22.06 Everyone Stares: The Police Inside Out...


Stewart Copeland's movie about The Police 'Everyone Stares: The Police Inside Out' will be broadcast several times next month on the SHOWTIME and SHOWTIME 2 channel in the USA.

Scheduled broadcast dates and times are as follows:

August 6 @ 8.30pm ET
August 9 @ 10pm ET
August 12 @ 11pm ET
August 18 @ 10pm ET (SHOWTIME2)
August 22 @ 6.45pm ET
August 24 @ 6.15pm ET (SHOWTIME2)
August 30 @ 9pm ET (SHOWTIME2)
August 31 @ 6.45pm ET
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