Good Morning Football” Moves to Hollywood Park, Set to Launch New Extension Series

Production of ‘Good Morning Football’ relocating from New York to Los Angeles

In a major shift for the popular NFL Network show “Good Morning Football,” it has been announced that production will be relocating to Los Angeles. This move comes with plans to launch an extension series of the studio show, which is currently being filmed at SportsNet N.Y.’s studios in Manhattan until March 29. The exact relaunch date is still uncertain but is expected to be during the summer or during the NFL preseason.

The new location for “Good Morning Football” will be at NFL Media’s headquarters in Hollywood Park, Inglewood, where there are already five soundstages and a large space for other NFL programs. This marks a departure from the show’s original location in New York, where it first aired in 2016. However, since then, the show has experienced a resurgence in viewership, making it an ideal candidate for expansion.

The relaunched “Good Morning Football” will feature a two-hour extension series that is currently being negotiated with various media partners. Sony Pictures TV will handle the distribution for the new series, which will be produced by NFL Net under the leadership of executive producer Michael Davies. The core cast of the show, including Kyle Brandt, Jamie Erdahl, Jason McCourty, and Peter Schrager

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