Pardon the Interruption - Netflix
Pardon the Interruption is a sports television show that airs weekdays on various ESPN TV channels, TSN, ESPN America, XM, and Sirius satellite radio services, and as a downloadable podcast.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Pardon the Interruption - Pardon My Take - Netflix
Pardon My Take is a comedic sports podcast created by the blog Barstool Sports. Since its founding in February 2016, the podcast has grown a massive fan base and is regularly among the top charting podcasts in the Sports category on iTunes and other podcast platforms. Though the show features a number of guests, the primary show members consist of co-hosts Dan “Big Cat” Katz, son of Rick Reilly, and PFT Commenter, along with producer Henry “Handsome Hank” Lockwood. The show is notable for its satirical nature, its unconventional style of sports coverage, and the chemistry between the two co-hosts. In its relatively short existence, Pardon My Take has received widespread success and acclaim. The podcast is estimated to obtain between 750,000 and 1.5 million listeners per episode. Apple named the show one of the twelve best podcasts of 2016, and The Big Lead ranked Big Cat and PFT Commenter as the number one sports media talents under 40 years of age in 2017. Pardon My Take has an average iTunes rating of five stars from over 10,000 ratings.
Pardon the Interruption - Segments - Netflix
Hot Seat, Cool Throne ESports Update with Darren Rovell Soggy Sorrows Kings Stay Kings Riddlin’ Jimbos Football Guy of the Week Fastest Two Minutes in Sports Mount Rushmore Mike Greenberg’s Dumb Rules Higher learning/education with Billy Football Guys on Chicks Boobs, Beer, Football Lebron Blames Locker Room Talk with Lenny Dykstra (We don't do it anymore) Bad Visual Tiger Woods Memorial Who's Back of the Week Drunk Ideas That's Enough Internet for Today Talking Soccer Calling Marlins Man on National TV Talking Tennis Peter King Ate the Trash Again Hurt or Injured Hot in the Streets with Hank People Forget That Humans vs. the Sun Jacksonville Jaguars Stat of the Day Explain it to Hank Thoughts and Prayers PR 101 As a White Guy Spinzone Sabermetrics Respect the Biz Fantasy Fkbois Protect the Shield Stay Woke Put One in his Ear Hole Bachelor Update for (and from) Guys that Don't Watch the Bachelor Mike and Mike Fair Play (RIPIP) Trouble in Paradise Seeing Red Puking Green Adam Sandler Movie Ideas Roasts Take Quake Blake Bortles’ Wikipedia Club Airport Reviews Most of the guest interviews throughout 2016 were concluded by Big Cat asking three questions: if the guest washed their apples, who the most famous person in the guest's cell phone was, and a third question tailored to each guest, entitled, “a question I'm gonna ask, that you don't have to answer, but I'm gonna ask anyway.” This third question was often the most provocative or ridiculing one of the interview. [-Promised but yet to be delivered, time frame still TBD
-first official airport review (NYC’s La Guardia airport) is found on the website draftjoshallen.com ]
Pardon the Interruption - References - Netflix