ESPY Awards

2014, TV Show


ESPYs Host Seth Meyers Prepares for Round 2

Seth Meyers

How will Seth Meyers ensure this year's ESPY Awards is bigger and better than last year's? "I hate to say this, but performance enhancing drugs," the Saturday Night Live star deadpans.

Taking the stage for the second straight year (airing live Wednesday, 9pm/ET, ESPN), Meyers is looking forward to... read more

Seth Meyers Named Key Speaker at White House Press Dinner

Seth Meyers

Saturday Night Live head writer and "Weekend Update" anchor Seth Meyers has been selected as the key speaker for the 2011 White House Correspondents' Association Dinner.

Meyers, 36, follows recent speakers such as Jay Leno, Wanda Sykes and Craig Ferguson.

In 2006, Stephen Colbert used the gig to... read more

Seth Meyers to Host ESPYs Again

Seth Meyers

Seth Meyers will return to host the ESPY Awards next year, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The Saturday Night Live star and head writer headlined this year's show two months ago, during which ...
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Soccer Stud Landon Donovan Is the Star of His Galaxy

Landon Donovan

The American public has a love-hate relationship with soccer, so it was fitting that the U.S. national team's recent run at the World Cup was both exhilarating and maddening. Though they had a tendency to surrender early goals, the squad's scrappy resilience earned them new fans — and impressive TV ratings. "I thought we played pretty well for the most part," midfielder Landon Donovan says of his team, which lost a frustrating game to Ghana in the Round of 16... read more

Seth Meyers Jocks Around Before the ESPYs

Seth Meyers

Before hosting the 2010 ESPY Awards (tonight at 9/8c on ESPN), Saturday Night Live's Seth Meyers fielded a few of our journalistic softballs. Talk about a good sport... read more

Tonight's TV Hot List: Wednesday, July 14, 2010

2010 ESPY Awards

ESPY Awards
9/8c ESPN
The 18th annual mingling of athletes and celebrities in L.A. adds a fresh coat of cynicism and sarcasm with Saturday Night Live head writer and "Weekend Update" anchor Seth Meyers running the show. With some 38 fan-voted awards on the agenda (fans can now vote during the show... no, this isn't the Oscars), it's tough to know how many shots at Tiger Woods Meyers can squeeze in. Woods can add to his record 22 ESPYs if fans yet again vote him Best Golfer, while LeBron James and Kobe Bryant look to bring the Best Male Athlete bragging rights back to the NBA for the first time since Michael Jordan won at the inaugural ESPYs in 1993.

Read on for previews of Breakfast Special, Ghost Hunters International, Chasing Mummies, Psych, Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown and CSI: NY. read more

Tonight's TV Hot List: Sunday, July 19, 2009

Samuel L. Jackson, The 2009 ESPY Awards

ESPY Awards
9 pm/ET ESPN
This 17th annual mingling of athletes and celebrities in L.A. comes on the heels of an Olympic year, which always adds a little intrigue to some of the 37 fan-voted award categories. Host Samuel L. Jackson can expect to see as many swimmers and gymnasts as NBA and NFL stars on the Nokia Theatre stage, which is graced by a variety of nonsports presenters from comedian Andy Samberg to model Marisa Miller to musician Kobe Bryant and Candace Parker are crowd favorites for Best Male and Best Female Athlete, but Michael Phelps and Nastia Liukin loom from the Beijing contingent.

Read on for previews of Labor Pains, AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Michael Douglas, HGTV Design Star and Most Popular. read more

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Premise: Drake hosts the 22nd annual event in Los Angeles, honoring top sports athletes and performances. Best Athlete nominees include Miguel Cabrera, Mikaela Shiffrin, Kevin Durant, Ronda Rousey, Floyd Mayweather, Breanna Stewart, Peyton Manning and Maya Moore.


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