Lineup to Feature the Debut of the “Joe Judge Report,” Airing at 7:30pm ET on
Tuesday After Sunday Games and on Wednesday After Monday Games;
First Episode to Premiere on Wednesday, September 16th

Coverage Includes the Return of “Giants Postgame Wrap-Up, presented by Mercedes”, Set to
Air at 11:30pm ET Every Sunday Night and Live at 11:30pm ET Following Primetime Games,
Starting in Week 1 on Monday, September 14th

New York, NY (September 11, 2020) – With the NFL season set to get underway, MSG Networks (NYSE: MSGN), the television home of the New York Giants, today announced its new lineup of season-long Giants programming. The coverage will be highlighted by the return of “Giants Postgame Wrap-Up, presented by Mercedes”, the team’s official post-game show that will air at 11:30pm ET every Sunday night and live at 11:30pm ET following primetime games.

Hosted by Madelyn Burke, the exclusive postgame show will first air live on Monday night, September 14th, after the team’s opening week matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Burke will be joined on the postgame shows by a rotating group of analysts including Shaun O’Hara, Victor Cruz and David Diehl in the studio at the team’s practice facility, the Quest Diagnostics Training Center, in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

The new programming lineup this year will feature the debut of the “Joe Judge Report,” which will give fans with tremendous insight into the coaching philosophy of the team’s new Head Coach. Hosted by Bob Papa, the show will feature Judge using the telestrator and providing viewers with unique, in-depth analysis of the team. Carl Banks will join the discussion as well each week to preview the team’s next opponent. The show will air during the season on Tuesday at 7:30pm ET after games on Sunday and on Wednesday nights following games played on Monday. The first episode will premiere on Wednesday, September 16th.

To kick-off the season, MSG Networks will air “Giants First and 10, presented Stop & Shop” at 8:00pm ET tonight, a one-hour preview show hosted by Bob Papa and Carl Banks. Airing every Friday night, the show will feature reporting from Madelyn Burke and Paul Dottino and a panel of Giants experts including Howard Cross, Victor Cruz, David Diehl and Shaun O’Hara breaking down the team’s upcoming matchup with ten ‘must know’ topics. Each week, the show will also profile a key player or moment from the Giants’ 1990 Super Bowl championship season, in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the team’s Super Bowl XXV win over the Buffalo Bills.

Starting this Sunday at 10:30am ET, the weekly programming will also include “Giants Chronicles, presented by Hackensack Meridian Health,” an award-winning documentary series that will give fans a great look back every Sunday morning at the classic games, moments and players from that storied 1990 championship season. The lineup will also include “Giants Access Blue, presented by Toyota” as well, which will provide viewers with an inside look into the lives of Giants players and coaches off the field each week, beginning on Thursday, September 16th at 6:00pm ET.

All Giants programming throughout the season on MSG Networks will also be available on MSG GO, MSG Networks’ live streaming and video on demand platform for smartphones, tablets and computers.

About MSG Networks Inc.
MSG Networks Inc., a pioneer in sports media, owns and operates two award-winning regional sports and entertainment networks and a companion streaming service that serve the nation’s number one media market, the New York DMA, as well as other portions of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. The networks feature a wide range of compelling sports content, including exclusive live local games and other programming of the New York Knicks, New York Rangers, New York Islanders, New Jersey Devils and Buffalo Sabres, as well as significant coverage of the New York Giants and Buffalo Bills. This content, in addition to a diverse array of other sporting events and critically acclaimed original programming, has established MSG Networks as the gold standard in regional sports.

About the New York Football Giants
A cornerstone franchise of the National Football League, the New York Football Giants began play in 1925. With eight championships, including a victory over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI, their second in five seasons, the Giants are the only franchise in the NFL with a Super Bowl victory in each of the last four decades. Headquartered at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center in East Rutherford, N.J., the Giants enter their 96th season of play this fall. For more information, visit 

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