It's the 'Knights of November' this month on PIX

MUMBAI: This month PIX is all set to roll out Knights of November. The month will be packed with some action packed movies and special episodes on the Knights of the industry.

The month starts with Tom Cruise, who tops the list of Knights of the 21st century. A two-hour special episode of Inside the Actors Studio with Tom Cruise will be aired on 5 November at 7 pm followed by Jerry Maguire on PIX of the Week, 5 November at 9 pm.

PIX will telecast another episode of Inside the Actors Studio with Hugh Jackman on 12 November at 7 pm and Seven years in Tibet, a Brad Pitt starrer on PIX of the week, 12 November at 8 pm.

Rage and Honor and Rage and Honor II are scheduled as a great at 8 on 15 and 16 November. Cheap thrills Friday would bring Last Dragon and Year of the Dragon on 17 November at 8 pm and 10 pm respectively.

PIX then has a line-up of Hollywood movies like Men in Black on 23 November, Vertical Limit on the 25 November and Look Who's Talking on the 26 November. PIX also brings the Indian television premiere of Being Cyrus a Saif Ali Khan starer which will air on the 19 of November as PIX of the Week at 8 pm.

The month will round-up with a special two hour episode of Inside the Actors Studio with John Travolta on the 26 November at 7 pm. "This is a damn good month for all women - it's the month ruled by the hunk," said PIX programming head Gitanjali Murari.

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