SAN FRANCISCO — The NFL’s San Francisco Zoo Series will premiere on ESPN2 on Sunday, Jan. 25 at 9 p.m.
The show will be hosted by “NFL Sunday Night,” a weekly podcast on ESPN that has been featured on NFL Network and NFL Network’s “Around the League Live.”
The podcast is produced by “Sports Media Buzz” co-hosts Adam Schefter and Michael DiMauro, with the help of San Francisco Chronicle writer Michael Silver.
The series will debut on ESPN on Sunday.
The zoo series is a new initiative to feature some of the most iconic parks in the world, with a focus on the San Francisco Bay Area.
The San Francisco Zoological Park will feature exhibits from the zoo and its partners, including a replica of the San Jose Earthquakes stadium.
In addition, the series will feature a visit from the San Diego Zoo’s penguin and sea turtle exhibit, and a look at how a polar bear has adapted to the frigid temperatures of Antarctica.
The series will also feature an in-depth look at the Golden Gate Bridge.
“We’re excited to be premiering our new Zoo Series, and we look forward to welcoming viewers to the San Fran Zoo for a special episode this season,” said NFL Senior Vice President of Programming for Outdoor Products, Matt Bennett.
“The San Francisco team has developed a unique, award-winning team and we’re proud to partner with ESPN to provide our fans a unique and engaging way to experience our parks.
We’re confident fans will find the Zoo Series to be an enjoyable, educational experience and to be a great addition to their NFL Pass.”
The San Fran Zoological Center, which hosts the San Franciscan Zoo, is the world’s largest zoo, home to more than 30,000 animals and is the third-largest in the U.S. The park was built to house nearly 200,000 bears, penguins, sea turtles and other marine mammals.
The zoo is located in the heart of the city of San Jose, California, and features two exhibit halls, the San José Aquarium and the San Bernadino Zoo, with more than 50,000 visitors a year.
The Zoo Series is a partnership between ESPN and ESPN2, the premier sports and entertainment network of the world.
The program will be produced by ESPN, San Francisco 49ers Senior Vice Presidents of Entertainment Jon Rosen, NFL Senior VP of Programming and Director of Outdoor Product Matt Bennett and Sports Media Buzz co-founders Michael DiBerg and Michael Silver, and will be presented on ESPN.
ESPN2 is a digital media platform that delivers a high-quality live streaming service, including the latest news, scores, photos, analysis, studio programming and live events from across ESPN, ESPN Deportes, ESPN3, ESPN Radio, ESPN Mobile and ESPN Insider.
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