E:60 2007 | TV Show Watchlist


ESPN's award-winning news magazine show featuring sports profiles and innovative stories.

Premiered: October 16, 2007

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E:60 Backstory Matt Forte: How a kid from Louisiana became the next great Bears running back
In this E:60 excerpt, Lisa Salters takes you through Matt Forte's journey from Slidell, Louisiana to Tulane University, where Forte speaks in depth ab (more…)
E:60 Excerpt - The Turf War
There are over 12,000 synthetic turf fields in the US, most of them contain ground up tires, called crumb rubber. Recently, questions have been raised (more…)
E:60 Extra - According to Edelman, Gronk is a savant
Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman offers insight on teammate Rob Gronkowski in this E:60 Extra.
E:60 Backstory - One relationship paved the way for Edelman's success
In this E:60 excerpt, Jeremy Schaap tells the story of the relationship that forged Patriots WR Julian Edelman's toughness. Watch the entire E:60 Juli (more…)

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Mon Nov 30 3:00am
E: 60(Season 9, Episode 3) ESPN2

Houston Texans star J.J. Watt is profiled. Also: The Gift, a story of help and healing.

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Mon Nov 30 4:00am
E: 60(Season 9, Episode 4) ESPN2

Featured: Patriots WR Julian Edelman; the Mets' young starting pitchers; and "Throne of Games," a look at the growth of competitive gaming, including the Dota 2 International event that had an $18.4 million prize pool in 2015.

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Mon Nov 30 5:00am
E: 60(Season 9, Episode 5) ESPN2

Bears RB Matt Forte's path to the NFL and his memories of Hurricane Katrina; Julie Foudy reports on the hazards of synthetic turf fields; an Ottawa teenager ("the butterfly child") whose rare disease keeps him from playing hockey.

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  • Premiered: October 16, 2007
  • Rating: None
  • Premise: ESPN's award-winning news magazine show featuring sports profiles and innovative stories. (more)

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