Sports Tonight Is Coming Back -- Bigger And Better Than Ever
Sport fans rejoice!
It's been a long seven years since Sports Tonight graced our screens, but the hit TV show is returning with a fresh new look and star-studded panel.
Matt White is returning as host, and each week will be joined by Rugby League legend Laurie Daley and AFL Premiership-winning hardman Josh Gibson, as they review the week that was in sport.
Caty Price and Scott Mackinnon will join the panel from the ground, bringing audiences the latest breaking footy news and tackling the big issues.
Fresh off a Logie win for 'Best Sports Coverage' with the Bathurst 1000, Matt White said it was "fantastic" that Sports Tonight" is with a "rejuvenated style".
"This is a sports news show that won't disappoint and will bring all the latest on sports scores, highlights, expert opinion, interviews and analysis to viewers," he said.
"We are introducing a number of new and exciting segments. We plan to have a lot of fun each week."
Fans of the show will be pleased to know that the much-loved Play Of The Day will be sticking around, as well as a new segment -- Footy Focus -- which will dissect the talking points of the nation's favourite sports.
Beverley McGarvey, Network Ten Chief Content Officer, is thrilled about the re-launch of one of Australia's favourite sport shows.
"Sports Tonight is an extremely popular sports news program which is perfect for our Sunday night line-up," she said.
"It will provide all the latest sports news and some great light-hearted fun and games, with some of the best Australian and international sports people.
Sports Tonight will hit the screen LIVE on July 15 at 9.15pm on TEN and WIN.