Episode 346 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features two guests.
First up is Rich Eisen of the NFL Network and Peacock. Eisen talks about navigating his post ESPN-career, tells stories about his old "SportsCenter" days and legendary anchors and shares his thoughts on Kenny Mayne leaving ESPN. In addition, Eisen breaks down is responsibilities hosting the NFL Draft and what it's like hosting the NFL Networks' three hour schedule release show. He also discusses the Aaron Rodgers situation, streaming-only NFL games, the reunion of "Bennifer" and much more.
Following Eisen, "Rolling Stone" chief TV critic, Alan Sepinwall, joins the podcast to talk about his newly releases list of the "100 Greatest Sitcoms of All Time." Sepinwall explains the rankings of such shows as "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Friends," "The Simpson," "Schitt's Creek," "Big Bang Theory" and much more.
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