So Brooks Koepka won the U.S. Open at Erin Hills today, bringing to a merciful end Fox’s awful efforts at airing golf—for the weekend, at least. The network went out with a typical bang of a blunder: picking out the wrong Brooks Koepka girlfriend.
Alex Rodriguez is in the booth with Kevin Burkhardt for tonight’s Yankees-Royals game, and MLB On Fox drummed up publicity for it with a photo of the former player looking at his notes. Rodriguez’s items included something that’s tough to parse, but doesn’t seem to be about baseball.
Strong advice from Troy Aikman today.
Borussia Dortmund beat Bayern Munich 1-0 in today’s Bundesliga clash of titans, but despite Bayern’s helpful chart fans in Miami didn’t find the match on their local Fox station. WSVN, which regularly airs paid programming instead of Fox network coverage, decided more south Floridians wanted to watch an infomercial…
It’s almost September, which means it’s almost time to pack the kids off to school, get out the coats (oh god, please let this heat finally recede), and get ready for the new TV season to begin. Some of these shows even manage without time travel!
After it was revealed that USADA flagged Brock Lesnar for a doping violation in a sample taken 11 days before his UFC 200 fight against Mark Hunt, Fox Sports writer Elias Cepeda penned a column criticizing the USADA and the UFC because the positive test wasn’t revealed until six days after the fight. (It’s worth…
Forget Days of Future Past. Sending Wolverine’s consciousness back to the 1970s may have erased the calamity of X3: X-Men United, but that’s small potatoes compared to how Deadpool may have altered the trajectory of the future of Fox’s X-Men movie universe—and a lot of other superhero movies, too.
When Fox won the rights to broadcast the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, they embarked on an ambitious plan: Gus Johnson—the broadcaster mostly known for his Gusgasms during March Madness—would be their lead announcer. He started announcing some MLS games, and then Fox threw him directly into the fire and had him call…
Right as Joe Buck was in the middle of reading a promo for a new show on Fox, the network’s World Series broadcast cut out Tuesday night, depriving audiences at home of a complete description of The Grinder.
It’s not just you: during the bottom of the 4th inning of tonight’s World Series game from Kansas City, Fox’s broadcast cut out. After a few seconds Fox cut to a clearly confused Dan O’Toole in the studio, who explained that power was lost to Fox’s truck, and got Dontrelle Willis to blab about god knows what.
Racist Gumby Colin Cowherd recently gave an interview to The Hollywood Reporter, marking the first time he’s spoken publicly since his take on Dominican baseball players earned him an early exit from ESPN. At one point, Cowherd was asked if he had spoken to any of the baseball players who were angered by his comments.…
Hell, yes. Here’s the trailer for season two of the Fox series Empire. And my, my, my, with Lucious Lyon (Terrence Howard) locked up, it seems like the tables have turned.
Deadpool footage is finally here, and it is looking awesome. But we’re not just here for the violence and the fourth-wall-breaking—we’re here to find out what secrets we can uncover from Fox’s new take on the merc with a mouth, as well as the decidedly NSFW differences between the two trailers. Join us, won’t you?
Befitting a man who espoused homophobic beliefs during a failed Senate run, believes himself to be Christian martyr, and has been dogged by allegations that he killed five hookers while at SMU, Craig James sued Fox Sports on Monday for religious discrimination, alleging that he was fired because of his “religious…
Fox’s Women’s World Cup coverage has been hit or miss, but this intro featuring Academy Award-winning actress Helen Mirren reading Shel Silverstein’s “Where the Sidewalk Ends” is simply outstanding. That’s Explosions In The Sky’s “Your Hand In Mine” as the music bed.
It’s the final round of the U.S. Open, and viewers have had myriad and legitimate gripes about Fox in its first year as the tournament’s official broadcaster. One common theme has highlighted the network’s announcers and their lack of knowledge or preparation; here’s an example, in which former British Open champion…
“FIFA World Cup action dominates Saturday and Sunday, as the women & men’s teams advance toward the coveted World Cup Final.”