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This is cool that it's apparently going to be available on cable as well as direct tv.

It's official!

NFL Network, the first 24-hour, seven-day-a-week cable and satellite television network dedicated solely to the NFL, will launch at 8 p.m. ET on Election Day Tuesday, Nov. 4 -- with its signature show NFL Total Access, hosted by Rich Eisen. A destination for all that happens around the league, the launch will follow Week 9 of the NFL season when the playoff races are heating up.

Primetime programs

NFL Total Access | NFL Films Presents | Playbook

NFL Total Access

8 p.m. Monday-Friday

For one hour each Monday through Friday at 8 p.m. ET, NFL Total Access on NFL Network will be a gathering place for all elements of football. The fans, players, owners, coaches, officials, teams and the league will congregate daily on NFL Total Access on NFL Network.

Hosted by veteran sportscaster Rich Eisen, the show will deliver to viewers the latest breaking news directly from team sites, plus behind-the-scenes insight from players, coaches and newsmakers. It will also showcase diverse opinions from NFL personalities past, present and future.

Using NFL Network's unique access, all aspects of the NFL, on and off the field, will be part of this first-ever programming service.

NFL Total Access will take advantage of its Los Angeles studio location by adding celebrities to the mix -- showing the connection between Hollywood and the NFL experience.

NFL Films Presents

9 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday

Every Tuesday through Saturday from 9-10 p.m. on NFL Network, NFL Films Presents explores the depth of the NFL Films archive -- the world's largest sports film library -- with unique perspectives on football's greatest heroes and personalities, as well as its history, humanity and humor. Interviews with NFL legends and contemporary stars, visual essays, historical features and clever deconstructions of the game's current trends and nuances are the core elements of NFL Films Presents. The show features Rich Eisen and NFL Films president Steve Sabol.


10 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday

Five nights a week (Tuesday–Saturday) from 10-11 p.m. on NFL Network, Playbook harnesses the exclusive access that only NFL Films receives to give fans an in-depth look at the NFL.

Tuesday night, Playbook: Postgame Sound is an all-access pass to listen in as NFL Films' ubiquitous sound crew picks up what's said in postgame locker rooms and press conferences around the NFL.

Wednesday night, Playbook: HD Game of the Week lets fans relive Sunday's most exciting game in High Definition. More than just a three-minute recap, this 60-minute review uses cutting-edge technology to examine all the key personnel matchups, outstanding performances and pivotal plays as NFL Films' signature slow-motion cinematography and sideline sound gives fans a unique and in-depth perspective of how the game was won -- and lost -- that cannot be seen anywhere else.

Thursday–Saturday nights, Playbook provides an in-depth look at the key matchups of the entire slate of upcoming games by analyzing pro football through the exclusive use of team-supplied footage -- the same video that coaches and players use each week to prepare game plans. As an exclusive series feature, these episodes of Playbook also focus on NFL fantasy football, giving fantasy football "owners" insightful tips and analysis as they formulate their weekly rosters.

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