Real Sports is TV's most-honored sports news magazine series, with 35 Sports Emmy Awards, including 20 for Outstanding Sports Journalism. Now in its 28th season, the monthly magazine broadcast produces hard-hitting investigative reports and gripping in-depth profiles from across the sports spectrum.
A chat with Bikram Yoga creator Bikram Choudhury. A report on former Australian runner Peter Norman, who appeared in the black power salute photo from the 1968 Olympics. And a report on African refugees playing high-school soccer in Lewiston, Maine.
A special 90-minute episode dedicated to investigating the International Olympic Committee on the eve of the 2016 Rio Summer Games.
Segments: Jake Paul scores big as a star boxer; a drug dealer reforms his life through falconry; Paralympic superstar Oksana Masters.Watch Now:Amazon
More than a thousand athletes at the Univ. of Michigan have accused a former doctor of decades of sexual assault; Former NBA All-Star Amar’e Stoudemire now leads a devout Jewish life; Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament has built over two dozen skateparks to battle Montana’s high suicide rate; Wrongfully imprisoned Rams coach Marcus Dixon almost never found his NFL dream.Watch Now:Amazon
Real Sports explores the fast growing and controversial sports media brand Barstool Sports, profiles basketball Hall-of-famer Don Nelson, and tells the remarkable story of a surfer who survived a shark attack and returned to the sport.Watch Now:Amazon
Examining the deal Michigan officials made to help build Detroit's new arena despite facing an $18 billion bankruptcy; extreme sports cameramen; Cambridge vs. Oxford wine-tasting challenge; AR-15 rifle update.Watch Now:Amazon
The International Army Games pits nations against each other in high-tech combat munitions and maneuvering; the declining participation rates for youth sports in the United States; Golden State Warriors President and COO Rick Welts.Watch Now:Amazon
The police shooting of a teen football player; a philanthropist's mission to restore the U.S. to chess glory; an update on former NFL player Jon Dorenbos.Watch Now:Amazon
Retired NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. begins his second act as an analyst for NBC; one-armed golfer Tommy Morrissey dominates the youth circuit; the rise and influence of strength and conditioning coaches in college football.Watch Now:Amazon
Former All-Star Derek Jeter opens up about his second act as Miami Marlins CEO. Plus, John Frankel looks at the shocking rates of student-athlete abuse by NCAA coaches, and Mary Carillo meets Nebraska's top-ranked women’s bowling team.Watch Now:Amazon
Segments include an interview with Shaquille O'Neal and his second career as a businessman; a meeting with Amy Van Dyken, a former swimmer paralyzed from the waist down following an ATV accident; a chat with drag racer John Force; and revisiting a report on foul-ball injuries in baseball.Watch Now:Amazon
Segments include a visit with the St. Brown family, a football version of basketball's Ball family; an interview with former tennis star Margaret Court; and a look at the economic woes of athletes in low profile sports in the Olympics.Watch Now:Amazon
An updated look at the program's award-winning 2004 expose on the enslavement of trafficked children as jockeys in the Middle Eastern sport of camel racing. Also: a report on concussions in pro hockey; and an interview with NBA analyst Doris Burke.Watch Now:Amazon
Bernard Goldberg explores football’s shifting demographics in towns across America, Jon Frankel profiles ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter, and Soledad O’Brien speaks with the creator of some of the world’s most advanced prosthetics.Watch Now:Amazon
A look at the most significant stories from 2018; the Sherpas of Mount Everest; the NHL concussion crisis; college football conditioning coaches; profiles of Doris Burke, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Margaret Court.Watch Now:Amazon
CASTER SEMENYA & INTERSEX ATHLETES: After years of being forced by track's governing body, World Athletics, to take hormone therapy to suppress her body's natural testosterone, Olympic gold medalist middle distance runner Caster Semenya launched a lawsuit claiming they violated her human rights. DESHAUN WATSON ACCUSERS: Several women who have accused Deshaun Watson of sexual misconduct sit down for their first ever national TV interview. In the report, they detail the alleged abuse they suffered and share their reactions to Watson's record-breaking $230 million contract with the Cleveland Browns. SAVANNAH BANANAS: Some say America's national pastime – baseball – has become too long, slow and boring. The solution, according to Jesse Cole, is Banana Ball, a game Cole invented and named after the team he owns – the Savannah Bananas. Banana Ball has a two-hour time limit and removes what Cole says are all the boring parts of baseball, like bunting and stepping out of the batter's box. ToWatch Now:Amazon
Texas Rangers reliever Matt Bush opens up about what it's like to be called MLB's biggest draft bust. Plus, Real Sports sits down with Juan Dixon, the star of Maryland's 2002 NCAA basketball title team, to learn that Dixon's storybook tale of overcoming daunting odds wasn't what it seemed.
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