The Rich Eisen Show mixes sports analysis with pop culture, humor and interviews. The show attracts the most recognizable names including Tom Brady, Matt Damon, Jodie Foster, Matthew McConaughey, Regina King, Aaron Rodgers and Morgan Freeman. Now in its sixth year, the Emmy-nominated show originates out of Los Angeles, airing weekdays Noon-3pm ET/9am-Noon PT on SiriusXM and the Roku Channel. As Eisen said, “After all these years of seeing TV add ten pounds, I’m hoping phones and tablets will only add five.”
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I believe that Rich and his cast are underrated. This podcast manages to be both informative and consistently funny. Rich possesses one of the quickest wits in entertainment.
I haven't played football since I was told as a little girl I wasn't allowed but I'm back to the stresses of the world I really want to hear. What do you have to say? I want to hear the different voices but I don't want to hear the background music, which sounded like a cross between the film True Grit and Star Wars.
I love this show. An avid listener. But…I’m struggling to listen because of the lack of balance on Niner coverage. It leans so negative that it’s tough for me to respect a group that has had nothing but that from me. Sure, you guys have favorites…but it feels like you’ve lost perspective on this one team.
Hits the spot. The right pace and balance of insight vs silly entertainment. That is refreshing from the narrowed “commentary” views of most sports talk shows. He is an intelligent guy and has a good team around him. The celebrity pull on the show is also impressive… sort of like a “SmartLess” for sports.
Eisen mercilessly panders to every guest. Talks to all guests like they’re 5 year old’s who just won “Make A Wish”. It’s quite cringe. Not to mention very insincere sounding.
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The Rich Eisen Show launched 9 years ago and published 2824 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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