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When Will “Being Liverpool” Debut On US TV? Everything You Need To Know About the LFC Documentary

being liverpool 600x313 When Will Being Liverpool Debut On US TV? Everything You Need To Know About the LFC Documentary

“Being: Liverpool,” the behind-the-scenes Liverpool FC documentary by FOX Sports, will debut on Sunday, September 16 alongside NFL programming on the free-to-air FOX network, FOX Sports announced today.

WHO: FOX Sports Media Group has partnered with Liverpool Football Club to produce a behind-the-scenes documentary, chronicling one of England’s greatest-ever teams from the end of last season through to the club’s managerial change and Liverpool’s tour of North America.

WHAT: “Being: Liverpool” is a six-part documentary series from Emmy Award-winning producer Scott Boggins.

WHEN: Depending on local NFL coverage, “Being: Liverpool” will debut on US TV on Sunday, September 16, 2012 either preceding the 3pm ET NFL game or following the 4:30pm ET NFL singleheader on FOX. The title of the first episode is “Silver Shovel.” Check local listings.

WHERE: If you do miss it live on FOX, the first episode of the six episode series will repeat twice that night on FOX Soccer. One of the repeats will be shown at 9pm ET (the other time is to be announced). The program will repeat throughout the week on National Geographic Channel, FOX Sports Networks and FUEL TV. MundoFOX will show the series on September 22 at 2pm ET.

Future episodes of “Being: Liverpool” will debut in primetime on FOX Soccer and MundoFOX beginning September 23 (9pm ET/PT), with repeats on National Geographic Channel, FSN and FUEL TV (check local listings).

“Being: Liverpool” will be narrated by Academy Award nominee (and Liverpool supporter) Clive Owen.

Video: Being: Liverpool teaser trailer

According to FOX Sports, “Given the broad U.S. reach of FOX and extensive international distribution of the series, the first episode of BEING: LIVERPOOL is available to more than 300 million homes worldwide. Such wide distribution is fitting in that Liverpool is one of the most decorated soccer clubs in the world, with 18 topflight English titles, seven FA Cups and a record eight League Cups to its name.”

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6 Responses to When Will “Being Liverpool” Debut On US TV? Everything You Need To Know About the LFC Documentary

  1. YNWA (You Never Win Anything) says:

    At a recent Manchester United-Liverpool derby, Alex Ferguson goes into the Man Utd changing room to find all his players looking a bit glum. “What’s up?” he asks.

    “Well, we’re having trouble getting motivated for this game. We know it’s important but it’s only Liverpool and we can’t be bothered, we always beat them”.

    Ferguson looks at them and says, “Well, I reckon I can beat these by myself, you lads go down the pub.”

    So Ferguson goes out to play for the Red Devils all by himself and the rest of the Man Utd team go off for a few beers. After a few pints they wonder how the game is going, so they get the landlord to put the television on. A big cheer goes up as the screen reads “Man Utd 1 – Liverpool 0 (Ferguson 10 minutes).” He is beating Liverpool all by himself!

    Anyway, a few more pints later and the game is forgotten until someone remembers “It must be full time now, let’s see how he got on.” They put the teletext on. “Result from Old Trafford: Man Utd 1 (Ferguson 10 minutes) – Liverpool 1 (Downing 89 minutes).”

    They can’t believe it; he has single-handedly gotten a draw!! They rush back to Old Trafford to congratulate him. They find him in the dressing room, still in his gear, sitting with his head in his hands. He refuses to look at them. He says, “I’ve let you down, I’ve let you down.”

    “Don’t be daft, you got a draw, all by yourself. And they only scored at the very very end!” the players say.

    To which Ferguson replies: “No, No, I have. I’ve let you down… I got sent off after 12 minutes”

  2. Yankred7 says:

    I don’t see what this has to do with the post

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