The slime-filled broadcast of the NFL Wild Card Game will return to Nickelodeon on Sunday, January 16, alongside CBS Sports coverage on the CBS TV network.

All-New NFL Weekly Series NFL Slimetime, hosted by CBS Sports Analyst and former NFL star Nate Burleson and Nick Star Young Dylan, and featuring Dylan Schefter as correspondent, premieres Wednesday, September 15 at 7 p.m. (ET / PT) on Nickelodeon

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HOLLYWOOD, California, September 10, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Nickelodeon and CBS Sports Partner with the National Football League (NFL) to Bring Prime Time Slimetime for the 2021-2022 Football Season with All New Content Created Specifically for Kids and families, including another slime- full showcase of an NFL Wild Card game that airs on Nickelodeon on Sunday, Jan.16 at 4:30 p.m. ET alongside CBS Sports coverage of the game on the TV network CBS and NFL Slimetime, an all-new NFL half-hour weekly series on Nickelodeon, premiering Wednesday, September 15 at 7 p.m. ET / PT.

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Hosted by CBS Sports analyst and former NFL star Nate Burleson and Nick Young star Dylan (Dylan Gilmer, Tyler Perry’s Young Dylan), with teenage sports correspondent Dylan Schefter and Lincoln Loud (The noisy house), NFL Slimetime (23 episodes) will be a fun weekly NFL experience for kids and families. The series will include: highlights and Nick-ified play footage; football floodlights for young people; special appearances by Nick’s stars; interviews with NFL players; and entertaining segments highlighting players and teams on and off the pitch. After its premiere in Week 2 on Wednesday, September 15 at 7 p.m. ET / PT, NFL Slimetime airs weekly Wednesdays at 7 p.m. ET / PT, with episodes available to stream on Paramount + the next day through February 16, Super Bowl week. NFL Slimetime is produced by Ashley Kaplan, Luke Wahl, Paul J Medford and Jana Blumenthal. Shawn Robbins of CBS Sports is an executive producer and showrunner. Nickelodeon production is overseen by Ashley Kaplan, Senior Vice President, Digital Studios.

Brian Robbins, President and CEO of Nickelodeon and Chief Content Officer of Kids & Family for Paramount +, said Brian Robbins: “Our coverage of the NFL Wild Card game has literally been a game-changer in so many ways, and the sensational response has absolutely proven that there is huge demand for sports content with the kind of kids and family perspective that only Nickelodeon can deliver. In this next step in our tremendous partnership with the NFL and CBS Sports, we’ll raise the bar even further and help innovate sports programming to bring the whole family together for unique viewing experiences. “

According to Sean McManus, President of CBS Sports: “Together with Nickelodeon, CBS Sports is cultivating the next generation of NFL fans. NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon was an exceptional demonstration of the power and ability of ViacomCBS to continue to reach a wider and younger audience. We’re excited to team up with the NFL and Nickelodeon this season, bringing kids and families a full season of unique and unprecedented NFL content, including our second edition of the NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon. “

Said Shawn Robbins, executive producer and showrunner of NFL Slimetime: “I am delighted to build on the success of last season NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon with NFL Slimetime and another Wild Card presentation. Nick-ified highlights, expert advice, kid-focused fun, and special guest appearances, NFL Slimetime will wow kids and families like only Nickelodeon can on a weekly basis. “

Hans Schroeder, Executive Vice President and COO of NFL Media, said Hans Schroeder: “We are delighted to continue our partnership with CBS Sports and Nickelodeon to present our game and our content to young NFL fans and to their families. Nickelodeon’s unique presentation of last year’s Wild Card The game was a success and we look forward to another playoff broadcast this year and a new weekly show for family enjoyment. “

Said Amanda Herald, vice president of NFL Strategy and Marketing Insights: “In expanding and expanding this partnership, we wanted to deliver content that allows families to share their NFL fandom across generations – a key to developing our future fan base. Collaboration between Nickelodeon, CBS Sports and NFL Media will allow us to provide authentic and fun NFL coverage throughout the season. “

Following the success of the Sports Emmy Award last year NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon, CBS Sports and Nickelodeon are teaming up again for a special presentation of an NFL Wild Card game on Sunday, Jan. 16 at 4:30 p.m. ET, featuring unique content, guest reporters, original on-field graphics, virtual filters and more, all designed for family viewing pleasure. The NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon will air alongside CBS Sports’ coverage of the game, which will be available on The CBS Television Network and streamed digitally to devices via Paramount + digital properties, CBS Sports and NFL, and on mobile via Yahoo Sports and mobile properties of the participating teams.

that of last season The NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon (Sunday, Jan. 10, 2021) – the first-ever NFL TV show produced for children and families – was Nick’s most-watched show by total viewership in nearly four years and the first TV show by cable of the week with Kids 2 -11 and children 6-11. Airing alongside CBS Sports’ broadcast on The CBS Television Network, the program generated over two billion social media impressions and Nickelodeon was the # 1 trending topic in the United States on Twitter during that afternoon. . The NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon received two Sports Emmy Awards in the Outstanding Playoff Coverage and Outstanding Live Graphic Design categories.

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