NFL Films, the studio that produced the new “The League” series, is bringing its online version to the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC.
The first season of the new series is available on the Xbox 360, PlayStation and Windows platforms.
The next season will be available to watch on the PC.
For the Xbox fans, the Xbox app includes “The Game,” which lets you access your Xbox Live profile, play your favorite games and create and share your own game clips.
The Xbox app also offers a new, curated series called “The Big Picture,” where you can watch new episodes of the show from the start to the end.
The new series will be shown on the same day that the premiere episode of the first season is shown on ESPN, ESPN2, TNT, ESPNEWS and ESPNU.
For example, “The Season Finale” will air at 7 p.m.
ET on ESPN.
The Xbox app offers the “Big Picture” series and new episodes for $4.99/month.
For more information on the series, visit NFL Films.com.
For fans of “The NFL” on Xbox One and PlayStation 4: For the first time ever, you can stream the first seasons of the “The NBA 2K17” and “The NHL 2K16” on the new Xbox app.
You can also stream the new episodes from “The 3D NBA” to watch at home or stream on demand at your own time.
You also can stream “The Football Experience” on Hulu for free.
If you already have an Xbox account, you’ll be able to sign in with your Xbox credentials.
The first season and the “Football Experience” season will start on Dec. 16, 2018, so don’t miss out.
For those looking to watch episodes of “NFL 2K18,” the new online series on the “NFL” app, you will be able access those episodes from the beginning of the series to the very end of the season.
“The league,” which will be streamed online, will be released on Dec, 30, 2019.
For those who are interested in the new version of the game, you are also able to play “The Pro Bowl” at home with the app, on the NFL app or on Xbox Live.
For more information, visit the NFL 2K app website.
For gamers interested in “The Basketball Experience,” which includes “NBA 2K19,” “NBA Live 18,” “NFL Blitz” and other games, you have access to “NBA Blitz” on “NBA 360” for $19.99.
The app will also include “NBA Pro,” “League of Legends” and others games for $10.99 on Xbox 360.
For “The Ultimate Fighter” on Wii U, Xbox One or PlayStation 4 and PC, you also can watch episodes from season one for $1.99 each on the console or PC.
For the first-ever live streaming of “Basketball Fever” on ESPN3 and ESPN Mobile, ESPN3 will be streaming the show on Dec 12.
“BFL” will be added to ESPN Mobile in December.
“NBA Countdown” will stream on ESPN App on Dec 20.
“Inside the NBA” on ABC will be on ESPN2 in December, followed by “NBA Basketball Live” on Dec 27.
“Uproxx Live” will debut on ESPN on Dec 26.
“College Basketball Countdown” on CollegeInsider.com will debut Dec. 4.
The NBA’s “Inside The NBA” will launch on ESPN SportsCenter on Dec 10.
For new viewers of “NBA TV,” the “NBA LIVE” app is streaming season three of the broadcast of the NBA.
You’ll be joined on the sidelines for a live broadcast of every game in the “3D NBA.”
The NBA TV app also is streaming all the games from the season of “3Q14” for free on Dec 30.
The season three games are available on both ESPN TV and ABC.
“3W14” on Disney XD is available Dec. 9 for free, followed on Dec 13 by the season finale.
The “NBA Draft Live” app includes the entire 2017 NBA Draft.
The latest picks from all 30 teams are available for viewing at any time.
For fans of the Draft, the app includes live updates of the picks, interviews and player bios.
“Draft Live” is available for free in the app on Apple TV and Apple TV Smart TVs, Roku, Chromecast and Android devices.
“DRAFT LIVE” is also available for $3.99 in the iTunes App Store.
The app includes all the picks from the draft for free for all 30 NBA teams on the NBA TV App.
“Live Draft” is free for the NBA on ESPN and ESPN2 for the first three games, then ESPN Deportes’ “Live Pick” for the rest of the games.
For free, fans can watch “D