Amazon-Video Comedy Central Showtime Apple TV+ DC Universe Disney Plus YouTube Premium HBO Max Peacock source-3036 Netflix Vudu HBO Go Hulu Plus Amazon Prime CBS All Access Verizon

Join or Sign In

Sign in to customize your TV listings

Sign in with Facebook Sign in with email

By joining TV Guide, you agree to our Terms of Use and acknowledge the data practices in our Privacy Agreement.

Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel

Episodes

12 Episodes 2008 - 2008

Episode 1

null

Tue, Jan 22, 2008 60 mins

Segments on the NFL and Super Bowl include a look at the wives of players and the problems faced after retirement; an update on allegations of payments to Reggie Bush at Southern California; and a report on excessive drinking at stadiums.

Where to Watch

Episode 2

null

Mon, Feb 11, 2008 60 mins

Segments include an interview with racecar driver Dario Franchitti as he makes the switch from IndyCar to NASCAR; a chat with Sister Madonna Buder, a 77-year-old nun who has run more than 300 triathlons; and an update on a profile of Tennessee women's basketball coach Pat Summitt.

Where to Watch

Episode 3

null

Mon, Mar 10, 2008 60 mins

Interviews with Tennessee men's basketball coach Bruce Pearl and Rutgers women's coach C. Vivian Stringer. Also: former MLB pitcher Mike Marshall discusses the fragile arms of young hurlers.

Where to Watch

Episode 4

null

Tue, Apr 15, 2008 60 mins

Included: an interview with Sen. Barack Obama on his love of basketball; a visit with new Angels outfielder Torii Hunter; a report on the death of minor-league baseball coach Mike Coolbaugh, who was killed by a foul ball last summer; and an update on Lee Benson Jr., who returned to basketball after serving an eight-year prison term.

Where to Watch

Episode 5

null

Mon, May 12, 2008 60 mins

Segments include an interview with former Patriots video assistant Matt Walsh; a report on race horses after their competitive careers have ended; an interview with Venus Williams; a look at former NBA player Kevin Johnson's run for mayor of Sacramento; and a visit with racer Danica Patrick.

Where to Watch

Episode 6

null

Tue, Jun 24, 2008 60 mins

Segments on the Beijing Olympics include a look at the Chinese sports-school system; a profile of the U.S. women's softball team; and a visit with former world-champion cyclist David Millar. Also: an update on the business of horse breeding.

Where to Watch

Episode 7

null

Tue, Jul 22, 2008 60 mins

Segments include a one-on-one interview with Bill Parcells; a look at women's gymnastics and the toll it takes on the gymnasts; a report on the dangers of equestrian eventing; and a profile of U.S. runner Lopez Lomong. Correspondents include Frank Deford, Andrea Kremer and Jon Frankel.

Where to Watch

Episode 8

null

Tue, Aug 26, 2008 60 mins

A look at Donald Trump's golf community on the coast of Scotland; a report on gambling in pro tennis and a profile of baseball player Josh Hamilton. Correspondents include Bernard Goldberg and Frank Deford.

Where to Watch

Episode 9

null

Tue, Sep 16, 2008 60 mins

Segments include a visit with former NFL player Michael Strahan; an investigation into the alleged use of child labor to make soccer balls in India; and a profile of two-time defending NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson. Correspondents include Bernard Goldberg and Frank Deford.

Where to Watch

Episode 10

null

Tue, Oct 21, 2008 60 mins

A profile of Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt; a visit to the Angola Prison Rodeo in Louisiana; a chat with sports surgeon James Andrews. Correspondents include Bernard Goldberg and Jon Frankel.

Where to Watch

Episode 11

null

Tue, Nov 25, 2008 60 mins

Segments include an interview with former U.S. sprinter Tim Montgomery in prison; a visit with a high-school athlete with Down Syndrome and a profile of a BMX rider who suffered a spinal injury. Correspondents include Frank Deford and Mary Carillo.

Where to Watch

Episode 12

null

Tue, Dec 23, 2008 60 mins

A round-table review of the top stories of 2008, with correspondents selecting their favorites. Included: skyrocketing ticket prices; excessive drinking at NFL stadiums; and profiles of Barack Obama and Lenny Dykstra.

Where to Watch