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Darren McMullen ("The Voice Australia") moved to America almost a decade ago, but he's still missing one important thing: an NFL team to call his own. Each week on "NFL Football Fanatic," Darren visits a different American city to learn about the unique take it has on football fandom, with real "super-fans" as his guides. He explores all aspects of NFL traditions and experiences, with behind-the-scenes access to players, coaches, and other iconic football figures during team practices and pregame warmups. By the end of the series, Darren may finally have a team to call his own and fans will appreciate the game in a whole new way.

Latest episodes

aired 915 days ago
The Rams re-ignite their fan base in Los Angeles; Darren practices with the team; style advice from Kayvon Webster.
aired 915 days ago
The fandom roots in Kansas City; a tackle from Chris Jones; a haircut with Travis Kelce; riding Warpaint.
aired 915 days ago
Philly fans are the most feared in the league; field goals with David Akers; making a fearsome entrance with Brian Dawkins.
aired 915 days ago
Giants fans make time for their team; toe tapping with Amani Toomer; hairstyle advice from Landon Collins.
aired 915 days ago
The Seahawks are said to have the most loyal fans; Coach Carroll, Blair Walsh and Seattle super fans show Darren what it means to be a 12th man.
aired 915 days ago
Green Bay fans show what it is like to own a team; cheese tastings; LeRoy Bulter offers advice on doing a "Lambeau Leap."
aired 915 days ago
An insider's look at the Dallas Cowboys; playing catch with Dak Prescott; Super Bowl champion Drew Pearson.
aired 915 days ago
Atlanta rises from a rough season; Darren plays table tennis with Matt Ryan and visits the home of Grady Jarrett.

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