Prior to the start of the 2016 NFL regular season, NFL Network announces a new daily morning show,Good Morning Football, premiering Monday, August 1.
Hosted by Kay Adams, MAXX Client Nate Burleson, Peter Schrager and Kyle Brandt, Good Morning Football airs Monday through Friday at 7:00 a.m. ET on NFL Network from CBS Studios in New York City. The three-hour show is NFL Network's first show to originate from New York City in the network's nearly 13 year history.
Good Morning Football will re-air Monday through Friday starting at 10:00 a.m. ET.
"We are excited to launch Good Morning Football and bring football fans a new and exciting way to start their day," said Jordan Levin, Chief Content Officer of NFL Media. "While Good Morning Football will first and foremost be a morning show bringing viewers the NFL, sports, entertainment and news content they crave, it will be a catalyst for a broader discussion with a distinctive sensibility, tone, style and filter reflective of the talent and the producers. Good Morning Football will serve to be a truly cross-platform program that will allow us to connect with our fans in new and exciting ways."
Produced by Embassy Row (Men in Blazers, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee and Watch What Happens Live), Good Morning Football brings a fresh and innovative voice to NFL Network's slate of programming, and serves as the morning show destination that sets both the daily narrative for NFL fans and the agenda for NFL conversation across all of sports media. Each morning from the heart of New York City, Good Morning Football brings viewers up-to-the-minute breaking NFL news as well as local NFL stories on a national platform, and features a combination of headline-making interviews and a discussion of a wide array of issues in the areas of sports, news and entertainment.
Furthermore, with an accompanying podcast, newsletter and original content produced specifically for social media consumption, Good Morning Football serves as a truly cross-platform program representative of the tone and style of its hosts, as well as NFL Network and Embassy Row.
"The NFL has given us a massive opportunity to make a groundbreaking morning show from Manhattan," said Michael Davies, President of Embassy Row and Executive Producer of Good Morning Football. "We have assembled an exceptional group of on-camera talent, and by feeding them with our proven ability to book celebrity guests and national and local journalists with something to say, and the close collaboration we are beginning to forge with all 32 NFL teams, we intend to break out both within and well beyond our time period."
Ted Winner is the Show Runner and Co-Executive Producer of Good Morning Football.
The cast of Good Morning Football features:
» Nate Burleson -- Nate joined NFL Network in 2014 following a 11-year career in the NFL with theMinnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks and Detroit Lions. In addition to his work on Good Morning Football, Nate is the host of the R&B Podcast with Michael Robinson, available for download on NFL.com, iTunes, YouTube and NFL Now