When ESPN namechecks you to help bench someone, you know you’ve made it.
You know what’s awesome about leaking our Season 4 poster before the network’s shown it to anyone? Everything.
A lot of people watch TV on Sunday night. The big story, besides the NFL floating NBC its only win of the week, is that ABC’s Pan Am premiered to 10.87 million viewers and a 3.1 rating in the demo. It improved on its Desperate Housewives lead in and fared very well for a new, supposedly inaccessible, drama.
The annual mini series that follows the training camp of a promising NFL team will not air this year.
“The League plays on even if football doesn’t!” Amazing. But where was Mark Duplass?
The Cast of the League responds to the Possible NFL Lockout
America’s most beloved TV moments have been totally revamped by the NFL in this epic Super Bowl ad.
I’m not saying they made this specifically for me, but it easily could have been. Hands down my favorite of the entire night. Well done digital effects, sharp editing, perfectly chosen clips, and a clever statement about the intertwined relationship between television and professional football. Never before have I cared so much about the NFL.
If the NFL adds two games to its regular season, as some expect it will, the Academy Awards may have to get moved back to a Monday.
It’s all over the new “420 Football League" — a new "sport" in which teams compete by ripping a bong and then holding the "toke" for as long as they can. The active players — among them is rapper Ditch — can advance the ball one yard for every second they hold their breath. But back to the issue at hand …
The NFL has sent a cease and desist letter to the owner of the league claiming his 420 FL logo looks a little too much like the NFL shield … minus the marijuana leaves.