"NHL Overtime" scores the winner each night for fans searching for the latest news from the National Hockey League. The show features game highlights, recaps and pointed analysis from ex-NHLers and others. There's also exclusive interviews, special features, occasional live look-ins at games in progress and post-game access to players and coaches.
Airing a half-hour or so prior to most NHL games on the NBC Sports Network, "NHL Live" presents the latest news from the National Hockey League and previews the game (or games) airing on the network that night. It also features highlights, exclusive interviews, special features and occasional live look-ins at contests already in progress. Liam McHugh hosts "NHL Live," joined by analysts Mike Milbury and Keith Jones (and occasionally Jeremy Roenick). Guest analysts including Mike Keenan and Eddie Olczyk lend their expertise as well.
When the weekend racing action hits the checkered flag, "NASCAR America" feeds the appetite of fans for up-to-the-minute coverage with a weekday news, analysis and all-access series. Host Carolyn Manno is joined by a revolving roster of guest analysts -- including former drivers and crew chiefs as well as NASCAR executives -- to deliver a mix of highlights, thought-provoking debates, and interviews with a variety of newsmakers in the world of motorsports. The series also features social media elements and simulator segments.
Weekends are a big time for NASCAR and its fans, with most races happening then, which is why NBCSN airs "NASCAR America Sunday" on the second half of the weekend. It continues feeding the appetite of fans for up-to-the-minute coverage after the workweek ends. The show features a host joined by a revolving roster of guest analysts -- including former and current drivers and crew chiefs as well as NASCAR executives -- who deliver a mix of highlights, fresh perspectives and insights. Breaking news and feature coverage on drivers and race teams are also part of the festivities.
Fishing enthusiast Charlie Moore, also known as "The Mad Fisherman," is stepping out of his comfort zone and into the worlds of his guests, but first they have to visit his. In each episode, a special guest is invited into Charlie's world, and then the roles are reversed. When it's his turn, Charlie immerses himself in the local culture of the town he visits, wanting to experience everything that makes it special, from the best places to eat to favorite fishing destinations, and nobody is safe from his comedic critiquing.
Fishing for bass or salmon, working a farm pond or a ripe river spot, or angling for fresh or saltwater catch, Roland Martin has done it all ... and then some. For more than two decades, the legendary Martin, a nine-time B.A.S.S. Angler of the Year, has shown viewers how to outsmart a variety of game fish, and he continues to pull in the big ones. Each episode features Roland, often joined on his boat by a guest or two, tackling a new sport-fishing adventure in North America and providing fundamental tips and techniques.
Modeled after the longtime, highly regarded BBC show of the same name, "Match of the Day" presents an extended highlights rundown -- all of it by way of the original announcer calls from the game broadcasts -- of every Premiere League match from Saturday, plus post-match interviews and reactions. Rebecca Lowe, who covered soccer for the BBC and ESPN prior to joining NBC Sports, hosts the show, with analysis presented by former Jamaican national team player Robbie Earle and former English footballer Robbie Mustoe, and contributions by legendary U.K. striker Gary Lineker and Daily Mail columnist Neil Ashton.
Three-time world sailfish champion Peter Miller brings viewers along as he and his guests -- experienced anglers and amateurs alike -- travel across Florida on unforgettable fishing adventures. Miller begins each episode by meeting his guests either at the airport or at their resort accommodations, and then the fun begins. The fishing expeditions are taken on both fresh and saltwater sites and some of the many species featured include largemouth bass, swordfish, tarpon, shark, snook, red snapper and grouper. Away from the water, Miller also extends his guests such amenities as shopping experiences and tickets to pro sports events.
Scores are settled and wrongs -- real or fancied -- are righted on the race track in this series. It features trash-talking street racers in killer cars who are given once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to settle long-standing grudges in front of the world and defend their most valuable asset: personal pride. Following a best of three competition format to ensure the most competitive racing, the winner gets to decide the loser's punishment, which might include removing key parts of his or her car. Radio/TV personality Willie B hosts.
What's the best Premier League match from a weekend's slate of games? It's the one that re-airs in its entirety on "Match of the Week," a two-hour presentation that certainly comes in handy for fans who miss the original live transmission from the U.K., which -- because of the time difference -- is usually a morning airing in the U.S.
Following Sunday night NHL action on NBCSN, host Dave Briggs and analysts, including Jeremy Roenick, Brian Boucher and Anson Carter, recap the league's top moments from the past week. In addition to the biggest goals, saves, hits and surprises, "Sunday Shootout" previews the next seven days in hockey and features recurring segments, including "NHL Live Roundtable," "NHL Best of 7" and "Inside the Numbers."
Sports is rife with subjects that fans can bat around in spirited debates. With a storied history dating back to 1917, the National Hockey League has plenty to offer in that regard, as demonstrated in "NHL Top 10." The series runs the gamut of hockey "bests" and counts them down from 10 to one, with each half-hour episode focusing on a single topic like goal scorers, team rivalries, game-winning moments, toughest places to play, and U.S.-born players. Included with the highlights are commentary and analysis from current and former players, as well as broadcasters and journalists.
There are up to 16 games played each week during the NFL season, and each one has a crucial moment, a turning point, that plays a large role in the game's outcome. As the title suggests, "NFL Turning Point" examines those crucial moments for two games each week. Hosted by Dan Patrick, the show utilizes NFL Films' unprecedented access and unique cinematography to analyze the games' turning points from numerous angles. The show often features games involving the two teams scheduled to play each other in the upcoming week's marquee Sunday night game.
To enhance its current game coverage dubbed "Wednesday Night Rivalry," NBCSN created a sister show that pays tribute to the most explosive matchups in the NHL's past. "NHL Rivals" documents the storied history shared -- but not nicely -- by many of the teams featured on "Wednesday Night Rivalry," as told by current and former players, broadcasters and journalists. Included are plenty of highlights from knock-down, drag-out games between the Islanders and Rangers, Blackhawks and Blues, Flyers and Capitals, and Bruins and Canadiens, among others, that ultimately paved the rivalry road.