G4 TV returns on November 16 with Attack of the Show, Xplay, and more
After more than a year of teasing and occasional streaming, G4 It will return as a linear TV channel on November 16th. So far, the channel has been confirmed to appear on Comcast/Xfinity, Verizon Fios, Cox, and Philo. Since announcing its comeback last year, G4 has released some additional reunion content Occasionally streams on TwitchThe network will maintain a “multi-year promotional and commercial partnership”.
Although the original G4 faded When rebranded to Esquire Channel About eight years ago, the network’s new mantra was “We never stop playing.” Network president Russell Aarons wrote in a statement that G4 “can’t wait for our fans to join us in the hilarious and somewhat illogical sandbox.”
When the G4 returns next month, some software and hosts should be very familiar. display attack He returned with host Kevin Pereira, while Xplay (No longer X-Play) is again in review work under the auspices of Adam Sisler. Besides some series focusing on esports, G4 has also acquired the rights to broadcast in the US Sasuke, Also known as ninja warriorFor old school fans who watched the original Japanese version on its satellite channel.
The new highlight is the G4’s Dungeons & Dragons Limited Series, a follow-up to D&D Live 2021 created in partnership with Wizards of the Coast. Expect the show to feature “a mix of G4 talent, veteran D&D players and celebrities” as they run through four campaigns.
If your carrier or service isn’t listed here, Adam Sisler notes in a tweet that there will be more announcements as the network’s launch approaches. New programming for G4 will be broadcast from a dedicated studio in Burbank, CA, designed by the same architecture firm behind Red Bull HQ and Esports Stadium Arlington.
Keep in mind that the content is also being streamed
Twitch as well. We are determined to do @G4TV Easily available to as many people as possible around the world. In addition, there are more distribution channels to be announced in the coming weeks. https://t.co/FZmy8EKq3n
– Adam “Halloween Reference” Sessler (@AdamSessler) October 12 2021