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The NFL Show/NFL This Week

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The NFL Show/NFL This Week
The NFL Show.png
Presented byCurrent:
Dan Walker
Nat Coombs
Jason Bell
Osi Umenyiora
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original languageEnglish
Production locationsBT Studios[1]

Super Bowl:
On location
Running timeThe NFL Show:
30 minutes

NFL This Week:
50 minutes
Production companyWhisper
Original networkNFL This Week:
BBC Two (2016–2020)

The NFL Show:
BBC One (2016–)
Picture format16x9
Audio formatStereo
Original release13 September 2016 (2016-09-13) –
Related showsMatch of the Day

The NFL Show and NFL This Week are a pair of American football programmes broadcast on the BBC.

Neither show has a fixed timeslot, but The NFL Show typically airs either on Saturday evenings or after midnight on BBC One. NFL This Week was a BBC Two show, usually airing late on a Tuesday evening or shortly after midnight.[2][3] The NFL Show is hosted by BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker, who took over from Mark Chapman, who recently stepped down from hosting this show since its launch.


The NFL Show

It usually follows Match of the Day.[4]

NFL This Week

NFL This Week was cancelled for the 2020-21 NFL season, but a revamped version of the highlights show was reintroduced for the 2021-22 season.


Jason Bell is a former NFL cornerback. He played for the Dallas Cowboys, the Houston Texans, and the New York Giants over a spell of six seasons.[5]

Osi Umenyiora is a two-time Super Bowl-winning defensive end with the New York Giants. He also played for the Atlanta Falcons for two seasons.[6][7]

See also


  1. ^ "BT Studios".
  2. ^ "The NFL Show episodes".
  3. ^ "NFL This Week episodes".
  4. ^ "About The NFL Show".
  5. ^ "Bell's NFL profile".
  6. ^ "Umenyiora two-time Super Bowl champion".
  7. ^ "Umenyiora's NFL profile".

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