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ESPN’s sports newsmagazine series E:60 returns for a new 11-episode season beginning Tuesday, Aug. 28, at 7pm ET. The premiere episode includes features on Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin “Megatron” Johnson, U.S. soccer star Hope Solo, and Jamil Pollard, a football recruit who committed to Penn State and then transfered to Rutgers. E:60 airs Tuesdays at 7pm ET (Except for an NFL season kickoff edition on Wednesday, Sept. 5, at 7:30pm ET). Episode schedule and planned stories below: Fall Highlights of E:60 Date (7 p.m. ET) Scheduled stories include* Tue. Aug. 28 Calvin Johnson, Hope Solo Wed. Sept. 5 # Eli … Continue reading
ESPN’s sports newsmagazine series E:60 returns for a four-episode run this spring beginning with an NFL Draft Special on Tuesday, April 24, at 7pm ET. The three following episodes of E:60 will air Tuesdays through May 15. From ESPN’s press release: E:60’s NFL Draft Special on April 24 at 7 p.m. will feature the following original and previously aired pieces:
ESPN’s sports newsmagazine series E:60 returns with five new episodes beginning Tuesday, April 12, at 7pm ET. Features on the April 12 edition include: Mumbai “Masters” – Caddies from an upscale golf club in Mumbai, India are not allowed to play on the traditional course because of their social and economic status. Angel in the Outfield – Nine-year-old Christina Taylor Green was the youngest victim in the Tucson shooting January 8, 2011. It was especially painful for the baseball community as her grandfather was Dallas Green, the World Series-winning manager with the Phillies. Ryan’s Hope – Ryan Westmoreland, the No. … Continue reading
By Ryan Features on the Tuesday, Aug. 25 (7pm ET) edition of ESPN’s sports newsmagazine series E:60: Plaxico Burress — Former N.Y. Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress, will talk in detail with correspondent Jeremy Schaap in an exclusive E:60 interview, Tuesday, Aug. 25, at 7 p.m. ET, about the early morning hours of Nov. 29, when he accidentally shot himself in the leg with his own gun at the Latin Quarter nightclub in Midtown N.Y., and about the two-year jail sentence he now faces. Burress pleaded guilty Thursday, Aug. 20, to the weapons charge and avoided what would have been … Continue reading
By Ryan Features on the Tuesday, Aug. 18 (7pm ET) edition of ESPN’s sports newsmagazine series E:60: Larry Fitzgerald E:60 profiles acrobatic and unstoppable wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, who helped the Arizona Cardinals reach Super Bowl XLIII. E:60 follows Fitzgerald through his rigorous offseason workouts, as well as jet skiing, and playing basketball games with NFL stars. E:60 also looks at his relationship with his mother. Rachel Nichols reports. Davonte Kelly E:60 tells the story of 11-year-old Davonte Kelly, a Brooklyn, N.Y., baseball player who survived being shot in the head while awaiting his turn on team picture day. Just … Continue reading
By Ryan Two news series this week will interview sports figures who’ve been in a heap of legal trouble lately. From ESPN: Suspended Cleveland Browns Wide Receiver Donte Stallworth Speaks Exclusively to E:60 Tuesday, August 11, at 7pm ET Suspended Cleveland Browns wide receiver Donte Stallworth, in an exclusive E:60 interview, will talk in detail with correspondent Michael Smith on Tuesday, Aug. 11 at 7pm ET, about the early morning hours of March 14, when Stallworth killed a man while driving under the influence in Miami. A plea deal was reached in June, and Stallworth was sentenced to 30 days … Continue reading
By Ryan E:60, ESPN’s prime-time sport newsmagazine program, returns Tuesday, July 28, at 7pm, the first of five new shows to be aired weekly through Aug. 25. Tuesday’s program includes: Vince Young – In his first sit-down interview about the murder of his longtime mentor, Steve McNair, Vince Young tells E:60‘s Michael Smith he is ready to lead the Tennessee Titans again, and discusses the emotional impact of the murder and how he will honor is father-figure’s legacy. Young also provides details on the September 2008 night teammates feared he was missing and contemplating suicide after a game against Jacksonville … Continue reading
“E:60”: UFC President Dana White, Binghamton Bar Brawl, Matt Steven, And Sports Gambling In Delaware
Features on the Tuesday, May 12 (7pm ET) edition of ESPN’s sports newsmagazine series E:60: UFC President Dana White — At 39, Dana White, the president of Ultimate Fighting Championship, is both czar and star of one of the world’s fastest growing sports — mixed martial arts. He is at the epicenter of an enterprise that has moved from spectacle to sport in less than a decade. Mostly, White is outside the box, and at times, out of control. E:60 had unprecedented access to White over a four-month period, following him to UFC events in the United States and Canada. … Continue reading
By Ryan Features on the May 5 (7pm ET) edition of ESPN’s sports newsmagazine series E:60: The Darkest Day in Polo — A few weeks ago, the genteel world of polo was rocked when 21 prized horses died during the U.S. Open Polo Championship in Wellington, Fla., the Super Bowl of the sport. Lechuza Caracas, one of eight teams in competition, was one win away from the semifinals and favored to win until the team’s horses became ill and started falling to the ground one by one. Spectators watched in horror as veterinarians, players, grooms and total strangers worked together … Continue reading
By Ryan Features on the Tuesday, April 28 (7pm ET), edition of ESPN’s sports newsmagazine series E:60: Stephon Marbury Revealed — E:60’s Lisa Salters explores the conflicting sides of Boston Celtics guard Stephon Marbury as he opens up about the most tumultuous chapters of his life. Topics covered include his public divorce with his hometown New York Knicks last winter, his feud with former Knicks coach Isiah Thomas, and his shocking testimony in Thomas’ sexual-harassment trial. More intimate matters are also discussed, leaving Marbury in tears and exposing a side of him hardly anyone has seen.