Comcast SportsNet’s “State of the Revs” debuts as bi-weekly TV show on Thursday, April 24 at 9pm
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Comcast SportsNet’s on-going special about the New England Revolution -- “State of the Revs” -- will be coming to televisions regularly as a new bi-weekly 30-minute TV show premiering on Thursday, April 24th at 9 p.m.
Hosted by Comcast SportsNet’s Dalen Cuff, the “State of the Revs” bi-weekly show will take a regular look at the Revolution, both on and off the field. With player interviews, inside access to the team, telestrator analysis, and behind-the-scenes features, “State of the Revs” will be the go-to television destination for Revolution news, information and unique story lines.
In addition to Revolution coverage, “State of the Revs” will also have regular contributions from NBC’s soccer broadcast team, covering soccer topics from around the world, including Major League Soccer.
"We're thrilled to provide Revs fans with this new, exclusive programming," said Bill Bridgen, President and General Manager of Comcast SportsNet New England. "The Revs are on the rise after making the playoffs last year, and we plan to deliver some of the best on and off the field stories to New England’s soccer fans."
“We’re excited that Comcast SportsNet has committed to providing additional on-going coverage of the team,” Revolution club president Brian Bilello said. “Comcast SportsNet has been a tremendous partner and they’ve been enthusiastic about furthering the Revs’ presence on their network. We’re looking forward to working with Comcast SportsNet to provide must-see destination Revolution programming for our fans.”
“State of the Revs” will debut new episodes every other Thursday at 9PM throughout the Revs season. The first edition of the show will be re-aired at 7 p.m. ET, on Saturday, April 26, as lead-in programming to the Revolution’s match against Sporting Kansas City at 7:30 p.m. The next new episode is scheduled to premiere on Thursday, May 8.
Comcast SportsNet will produce the show and Kraft Sports Productions will contribute segments to each show.