ESPN is giving newsmagazine program E:60 a permanent home, announcing that – staring May 14 at 9a – a weekly Sunday morning edition will launch, marking the first time E:60 will air live and on a year-round basis in a regular timeslot. Hosts Jeremy Schaap and Bob Ley host from a dedicated new studio in Digital Center DC-2 with the new E:60 introducing a new and diverse team of journalists and feature stories from ESPN’s award-winning Outside the Lines team. Regular features will include: The Take – offering Schaap and Ley commentary, storytelling and perspective; ICYMI- the most bizarre/unusual piece of sports video from the week; the sports fact or statistic of the week; the Calendar which spotlights the week’s key, interesting and obscure sports events; and the Social Story, showcasing the best fan-generated video of the week.
NBC is feeling strong – the network this summer is bringing back American Ninja Warrior for its eighth season. Production will begin in the spring; a premiere date will be announced shortly. Hosted by Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbajabiamila, the obstacle course competition series will hit six cities this season: LA, Atlanta, Oklahoma City, Baltimore […]
From exec producers Fred Armisen, Bill Hader and Seth Meyers, a new season of Documentary Now! returns to IFC to once again pay tribute to some of the world’s most renowned docs on February 20 at 11p. Guests this season include Michael Keaton and Owen Wilson, who star in the premiere ep, as well as […]
MLS Commissioner Don Garber inked a new deal that will keep him in the role for another five years, running through the 2023 season in addition to serving as CEO of Soccer United Marketing. Garber, 61, has presided over MLS’s dramatic growth and consolidation since taking the post in 1999, with the league expanding from […]
Stadium announced the launch of its 24/7 network on Sling TV, available to subscribers of both the “Sling Orange” and/or “Sling Blue” services. “We first teamed up with Sling TV in 2016 for the launch of Stadium Plus, and we look forward to this next evolution as we launch Stadium 24/7 to its subscribers,” said […]
The Breaking Bad movie, to star Aaron Paul, is headed to Netflix and AMC, the latter the network the original home of the lauded series. In a twist, Netflix will likely take the first distribution window and AMC the second.