'Caught Looking' World Series Edition Thursday at 9:00 PM on NBC Sports Network
via press release:
|“CAUGHT LOOKING” WORLD SERIES EDITION THURSDAY at 9:00 P.M. ET ON NBC SPORTS NETWORK|
|In-Depth Look at the 2012 World Series Between the San Francisco Giants and Detroit Tigers
Behind-The-Scenes Video of Teams and Players During Each Game of The World Series, Post-Game Celebration and Giants Victory Parade
Compelling In-Game Audio From Giants Players
|New York – November 7, 2012 – Thursday night at 9 p.m. ET on NBC Sport’s Network MLB Caught Looking will feature a behind-the-scenes look at the 2012 World Series between the San Francisco Giants and Detroit Tigers.
Major League Baseball Productions embedded camera crews with both teams throughout the series, providing a unique perspective on the action between the lines as the National League champion San Francisco Giants swept the American League champion Detroit Tigers.
In addition to exclusive commentary from star players on both teams, this episode features compelling in-game audio throughout the four-game series, highlighted by wireless microphones worn by Giants pitcher Matt Cain during game one, first baseman Brandon Belt in game two, and pitcher Jeremy Affeldt during game three. The show also captured pregame sound from around the batting cage before every game.
The episode also includes in-depth commentary from Giants manager Bruce Bochy and Tigers manager Jim Leyland. Off the field, camera crews captured many different moments with the teams and players. A crew traveled with Tigers first baseman Prince Fielder as he spent time at home with his family before the World Series. Another crew spent time with Giants outfielder Hunter Pence, after his remarkable game two performance in which he was responsible for both of the Giants runs. MLB Productions cameras continued to stay with the Giants after the World Series, and were on site in San Francisco during the Giants victory parade late last week. Cameras crews followed a number of players and traveled the parade route with Pence and Giants pitcher Barry Zito.
Caught Looking, a new collaboration between Major League Baseball Productions and NBC Sports Group followed two different teams each week, as the final eight weeks of the season unfolded. Each original episode is one hour in length and will air on NBC Sports Network.
About the NBC Sports Network:
NBC Sports Network, part of the NBC Sports Group, is dedicated to serving passionate sports fans across all platforms. Now in nearly 80 million homes, the network is the cable television home of the Summer and Winter Olympics, National Hockey League (NHL), Major League Soccer (MLS), English Premier League, Formula 1, IZOD IndyCar Series, Tour de France and 34th America’s Cup. In addition, NBC Sports Network telecasts college football, college basketball, horse racing surrounding the Triple Crown, Fight Night boxing, Ironman, the Dew Action Sports Tour and USA Sevens Rugby. The network is also home to Costas Tonight, a monthly interview series featuring Bob Costas; The Dan Patrick Show, featuring Emmy award-winning broadcaster Dan Patrick; NFL Turning Point, the NBC Sports Network’s program that utilizes NFL Films’ unprecedented access to examine the turning point of high-profile NFL games every week; ProFootball Talk, with Mike Florio; and NBC Sports Talk, NBC Sports Network’s flagship news and information show, offering breaking news, highlights, features and in-depth analysis from award-winning journalists.
About Major League Baseball Productions:
Major League Baseball Productions is the Emmy award-winning television and video production division of Major League Baseball and the official video archivists of the game. With unparalleled access to the Clubs and their players, Major League Baseball Productions produces original programming for growing audiences worldwide through its network specials, exclusive home videos, commercials and other specialty programming. For more information on Major League Baseball Productions, log on to www.MLBProductions.com.
–NBC SPORTS GROUP–