A digital content network delivering unique
original programming for all age groups.
A live quiz gameshow with several hosts that allows users to win real cash and prizes in real time via a series of original live game shows.
Live shows will air several times a week in prime time, and users can play non live games daily to compete against other users. The game shows will range from categories in Sports, History, Geography, Science, etc.
Users can also play 4 non live gameshows daily for cash and prizes.
Brian Baldinger, currently in his 15th year with NFL Network as an analyst for their signature shows in addition to hosting Film Sessions and #BaldysBreakdowns, National NFL radio analyst for Compass Media Networks since 2009, National NFL analyst for Entercom Sports since 2019, College football analyst for Fox Sports since 2010, Owner of Football Stories the Magazine since 2004, Previously, FOX Sports NFL game analyst from 1998-2008 and worked with Joe Buck, Dick Stockton, Pat Summerall and Kenny Albert at various times. Baldinger is a regular contributor to NFL.com, played guard, center and tackle for the Dallas Cowboys, Indianapolis Colts, Buffalo Bills and Philadelphia Eagles. Baldinger is a former color commentator for NFL telecasts on Fox
Schwab is a native Long Islander, born and raised in Baldwin, New York. A 1982 graduate of St. John's University, Schwab served as the editor-in-chief of College & Pro Football News Weekly in the mid-1980s before joining ESPN in 1987. By 1995, he was the coordinating producer for the network's website, ESPN.com. Beginning in 1998, Schwab served as a coordinating producer for ESPN studio production, which entailed duties on programs including SportsCenter and Outside the Lines. Schwab also served as the resident Couch Potato on ESPN's First Take, on which he discussed the top sports television programming each weekend, evaluating the TV lineups of Friday, Saturday, and Sunday on a 1–5 bags of chips rating system. Schwab also appeared with Merril Hoge and Matthew Berry on ESPNEWS' Sunday Fantasy Insider.
Amber Theoharis is a co-host for NFL Network on NFL Total Access.
Theoharis is a 1996 graduate of Middletown High School (Maryland) and of the University of Maryland. She started her media career in Salisbury, Maryland at WBOC news and was formerly a sports talk radio host for WJZ-FM, and a sports reporter for WRC-TV in Washington, D.C.
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Mykel Hawke is a retired U.S. Army Special Forces officer, author, and television and film personality. He is perhaps best known for the television programs he created on Discovery Channel called Man, Woman, Wild and One Man Army. He left Discovery to work on two new programs: Lost Survivors for Travel Channel and Elite Tactical Unit for Outdoor Channel.
Born in Toronto, Canada, Jordan Andino began his foray into the culinary world at the young age of 9. After moving to Manhattan Beach, CA, he traded in his surfboard to work in fine dining kitchens with his father, and later attended Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration. Andino has gained experience working at acclaimed restaurants including The French Laundry and Jean Georges. His talent was recognized early on by WME, and the agency continues to represent him to this day.
Jordan's dynamic demeanor has caught the attention of numerous networks and icons alike. This fall, he will be debuting as the host of a brand new Food Network/Cooking Channel show "Late Nite Eats". In addition to launching a show, Jordan has made chef, contestant, judge, and guest appearances on a variety of popular shows including Kourtney and Khloe Take The Hamptons, Chopped, Rachael Ray, The Today Show, Beat Bobby Flay, Worst Cooks In America, Cooks vs. Cons, DIRECTV’s Fantasy Zone, and Recipe for Deception.
Robert Joshua Dobbs is an American football quarterback for the Jacksonville Jaguars of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for the Tennessee Volunteers, and was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the fourth round of the 2017 NFL Draft.