NBCSN’s soccer reality show Men In Blazers either devastates ratings or boosts early morning and late-night programming on the network, depending on how you look at it. But, perhaps, somewhere in the middle.
As part of their eighth season with NBC Sports, the well-known soccer personalities Roger Bennett and Michael Davies return as “The Men in Blazers.”
NBCSN signed the hosts to make a TV series, and it focused on the English Premier League that year. The show originated as a podcast on Grantland, an ESPN website. Since the television show’s conception, a number of sports have been featured in addition to soccer.
With regular interviews with athletes and cultural icons, the podcast has expanded its coverage beyond soccer recaps to be a fixture on iTunes.
Release Date of Men in Blazers Season 8 Episode 3
Season 8 of “The Men in Blazers” with Roger Bennett and Michael Davies with NBC Sports kicked off on November 7, 2021.
It’s only a couple of days until the latest episode, which is episode number three, is released; the next installment to the show will release on December 2.
Where To Watch Men in Blazers Season 8 Episode 3
Thursday, December 2, on NBCSN, the entire 30-minute episode ‘Men’ will be shown.
John Oliver, Arsene Wenger, Niall Horan, U.S. National Team’s Sam Mewis (Females), and Jurgen Klopp were all guests on last season’s show. You can also check out their official website. Or give them a follow on Twitter as well since they are pretty active there too.
What To Know Before Watching Men in Blazers Season 8 Episode 3?
NBC Sports and the British Embassy in Washington, D.C., also Roger and Michael did host their podcasts from Carnoustie Golf Links at Scotland and the Open in Carnoustie.
NBCSN debuted the Men In Blazers podcast and related TV show in September. As explained on the website, the podcast has been around for four years and is motivated by the belief that soccer is America’s future sport. Once, they saw each other at a Cruz at the two thousand six World Cup finale.
He couldn’t believe they had let go of the final and didn’t want to socialize because I was so upset about missing it, he recalls. he does remember that Davo was the same way. They gathered for a 15-minute meeting, following which they parted ways.
About the Duo
NBC was linked to their World Cup spots, and although some fans feared they would change their formula, or at least spruce it up a bit for television, the couple’s first couple of shows reassured those concerns, instead of using on-screen graphics for information scrawled on poster boards with a Sharpie, as well as using what Davies calls the highest unsatisfactory part done in sports programming.
They’ve had a growing fan base for quite some time now, but the World Cup this summer represented a giant step forward. As Roger and Michael discussed the games in the ESPN Panic Room at ESPN Headquarters, their studio was no bigger than the size of storage space.