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Outspoken sports radio host Jim Rome, who has previously hosted TV shows on Fox Sports Net and ESPN, brings his often-controversial takes to Showtime with this series -- which began as a monthly show before expanding to a weekly format in its fourth season -- that showcases his provocative opinions on the latest sports stories and interviews with sports figures. The hourlong program, part of Rome's overall deal with Showtime corporate sibling CBS Sports, also includes in-depth features and profiles of influential people in the sports and entertainment industries.

Latest episodes

aired 397 days ago
Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith, Sr., pro skateboarder Rob Dyrdek, former NFL running back Ricky Williams, and others.
aired 397 days ago
Ben Roethlisberger; Steve Ballmer; Ronda Rousey; Ray Romano; Eddie George; Brian Scalabrine; Michael Irvin.
aired 398 days ago
LeSean McCoy; David Price; Anthony Davis; Chris Herren; LaVar Arrington; Bruce Pearl; Jeff Pearlman.
aired 398 days ago
Andrew Wiggins; Lee Jenkins; Cory Booker; Tyrann Mathieu; Adam Corolla; Takeo Spikes; Mark Kriegel; Lee Jenkins.
aired 399 days ago
Al Michaels; Mark Messier; Harvey Levin; Torii Hunter; Scott Fujita; Peter Schrager; Dr. Harry Edwards.
aired 399 days ago
Mike Trout; Jeff Gordon; Darryl Strawberry; Adam Jones; D.L. Hughley; Roger Mason, Jr.; Dr. Todd Boyd; Ephraim Salaam.
aired 400 days ago
Andre Agassi; Bubba Watson; Manu Ginobili; Jonny Gomes; Jeanie Buss; Raja Bell; Drew Rosenhaus;Paul Solotaroff.
aired 400 days ago
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers; actor Marlon Wayans; Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo; Dallas Mavericks player Dirk Nowitzki; in the forum: former NFL player Tony Gonzalez, sportswriter Jason Whitlock and former NBA coach Byron Scott.
aired 401 days ago
Kevin Hart; Clayton Kershaw; Lamarcus Aldridge; Jadeveon Clowney.
aired 401 days ago
Wayne Gretzky and Indiana Pacer Paul George; interviews with Frank Thomas and Kevin Love; in the forum, David Feherty, Jim Mora Jr. and Kevin Frazier.
aired 594 days ago
Aaron Rodgers.
aired 594 days ago
Joe Namath; Heath Evans; Brian Scalabrine; Mike Hill; Wladimir Klitschko; comic Jim Gaffigan; comics the Sklar Brothers.
aired 595 days ago
Jim Kelly.
aired 595 days ago
Checking in with Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota.
aired 596 days ago
James Harden; Reggie Bush; Jason Kidd; Andrew McCutchen; Dana White; Bart Scott; Chuck D.
aired 596 days ago
Kobe Bryant; Russell Wilson; Danica Patrick; Mark Cuban; Lenny Dykstra; Clinton Portis; Takeo Spikes; William C. Rhoden.
aired 596 days ago
Legendary broadcaster Bob Costas.
aired 596 days ago
Doc Rivers; Rick Pitino; Dustin Pedroia; Wes Welker; Charles Barkley; Snoop Dogg; Michael Irvin; Dr. Harry Edwards; Stephen Jackson.
aired 596 days ago
Kurt Warner.
aired 597 days ago
Adrian Peterson; Ricky Williams; Jerry Stackhouse; Bill Romanowski; Jerry O'Connell.
aired 597 days ago
Sean Payton; Victor Conte; Tim Donaghy; Rachel Nichols; Dr. Todd Boyd; Gabe Kapler.

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