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NBCSN to Launch Premier League 36 Series With Feature on Manchester City

manchester city NBCSN to Launch Premier League 36 Series With Feature on Manchester City

NBC Sports Group will debut its first Premier League 36 series this Sunday with the release of its documentary about Manchester City.

City opened its doors to NBC for 36 hours to let their crew film the on- and off-field activities at Manchester City FC. The program will be shown on Sunday, March 23 at 3:30pm ET.

The first-ever Premier League 36: Manchester City features Argentinian defender Martin Demichelis with his wife and family, as he welcomes the crew into his home, and Bosnian striker Edin Dzeko. In addition, the episode also highlights Reserves squad manager and 1998 World Cup champion Patrick Vieira, and kit man Les Chapman.

Editor’s note: Find out how to download a free preview of the new book Blue With Envy: My American Journey With Manchester City.

If you haven’t seen NBC’s 36 Series before, here’s one of the episodes NBCSN televised last year that featured a MLS star:

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3 Responses to NBCSN to Launch Premier League 36 Series With Feature on Manchester City

  1. Steve says:

    Awesome I love the MLS 36 series.

  2. john marzan says:

    in the same vein as Being Liverpool?

  3. mark says:

    Awesome. I love the in-roads Football is making in the states. Keep it coming.

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