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The NFL Network is going big for its own first-ever NFL-branded television show.

Watch tnt (or tnt.tv) is the first show to air exclusively on the NFL Network, joining the likes of NFL Films, NFL Game Pass, NFL Network RedZone and NFL Network Extra on-demand.

The first season of the show is set to debut on Sept. 16 on NFL Network.

Watch will be produced by NFL Films and will air live and on-screen throughout the season.

WatchTnt is the brainchild of former NFL player and current NFL Network executive vice president of production Tony Visconti and will be overseen by Viscons son-in-law, Tony Russo, who will oversee production.

In addition to NFL Films programming, Viscontei will also serve as executive producer of WatchTnm, a live NFL Network show which will air in prime time and on NFL network channels.

WatchTM will feature exclusive interviews with former players, analysts and coaches, with exclusive highlights from the NFL Films archives, as well as the work of NFL players themselves.

WatchTnt will be exclusively hosted by former NFL players like Adrian Peterson, Trent Cole, Tim Tebow and many more.

The show will be streamed live on NFL.com/WatchTM, and will feature the top NFL players and coaches who have ever played, or have been active on, the NFL.

Watch Tnt will air twice per week, Monday through Thursday.

The show is expected to be available to watch on a variety of platforms including NFL Network Plus, NFL Now, NFL Pass, WatchTM, NFL Mobile, NFL.tv and more.

Watchtnt will also be available via Apple TV, Apple TV Stick, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, PlayStation Vue, and Xbox One.

The NFL Network will also have a presence at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine.

The NFL Scouting combine will be hosted by ESPN and NFL Films’ own Tom Verducci and the hosts will be former players such as former New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. WatchESPN is a partner in the event, with the NFL’s vice president for digital and digital media and senior vice president and general manager of the NFL, Chris Green.