New NFL-Inspired Television Programs: From Game Time To Show Time

Wayne TestoriCorrespondent IINovember 1, 2010

New NFL-Inspired Television Programs: From Game Time To Show Time

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    The National Football League has agreed to step in and lend some creative support to help the major networks boost their dwindling Nielsen ratings.

    As a result, fans will soon be able to see a whole new crop of NFL-inspired shows on network television this season. Read on to find out who will be starring.

New Ben Roethlisberger Show

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    Pittsburgh Steelers faithful will soon be able to see a new series starring quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

Mad Ben

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    The show will focus on the QB and his attempt to re-brand himself after violating the league's conduct code.

New Brett Favre Show

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    Fans of the Minnesota Vikings can tune in and get a look at a new medical drama that stars Brett Favre.

Favre's Anatomy

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    Each week viewers will be given an in-depth display of the many different parts that make up the human body.

New Jerry Jones Show

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    Dallas Cowboy fans, if there are any left, you’ll definitely want to keep an eye out for the new Jerry Jones investigative show.

Jones

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    Along with the help of a sexy forensic anthropologist, Jerry Jones searches to see if there is any life left in that collection of bones he calls a football team.

New Buffalo Bills Show

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    Buffalo Bills devotees will want to set their TiVo’s for a new crime thriller that is shot on the exotic landscape of this country’s 50th state.

Hawaii 0-Seven

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    Each week viewers will tune in to hear those immortal words, “book him” because Bills fans certainly won’t be hearing the immortal words, “beat them."

New Seattle Seahawks Show

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    Seattle Seahawks fans can hardly wait for the upcoming musical-comedy that captures their teams’ strong start to the 2010 season.

Gleeattle

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    It’s the show that will have you wanting to sing and dance along with a group of underachievers who beat the odds and continue to overachieve.