Kathryn Tappen and Chris Simms to host post-game show “Peacock Sunday Night Football Final”


Sunday night football Viewers who want more post-game discussion, analysis and commentary after each week’s marquee game will have this content available on NBC Peacock’s streaming platform starting this season.

NBCUniversal announced on Wednesday that Kathryn Tappen and Chris Simms will host Peacock Sunday Night Football Final, streaming exclusively after every NBC Sunday night TV show. The post-game show will air following the Chicago Bears-Los Angeles Rams game in Week 1.

Peacock Sunday Night Football Final will feature reactions and highlights from the previous game, in addition to interviews from the scene. In addition to Tappen and Simms, Mike Tirico, Tony Dungy, Drew Brees, Rodney Harrison and Jac Collinsworth of the FFootball night in America The team will also appear on the show to provide recaps and commentary from Sunday night’s game and the other NFL action of the day.

The post-game Peacock show will not air until after the Sunday night TV shows. So there won’t be any shows after Thursday’s NFL Cowboys-Buccaneers Kick-off Game (September 9) or the Thanksgiving Bills-Saints Evening Game (November 25).

“I am honored to join Chris and this cast of the best voices and opinions in the NFL. The producers of our Peacock show have created a fun and energetic format that plays into all of our personalities, ”Tappen said in the official NBC announcement. “Having the opportunity to wrap up the most watched day of the week in the NFL is going to be awesome!”

Sunday night football final joins a growing NBC Sports lineup available on Peacock, including PFT Live, The Dan Patrick Show, The Rich Eisen Show, Brother from Another, PFT PM, Safety Blitz with Rodney Harrison, The Peter King Podcast and Chris Simms Unbuttoned.

In addition to the daily schedule, Peacock also offers coverage of Premier League football, IndyCar races, AVP volleyball, athletics and Notre Dame football, in addition to programming for upcoming events. such as Super Bowl LVI and the Beijing Winter Olympics.


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