The New England Patriots are launching the 'Not Done Network' for 24-hour Super Bowl coverage
During the week of Super Bowl LII, the New England Patriots will launch the Not Done Network. The 24-hour live video stream will provide fans with coverage of the Patriots before they take on the Philadelphia Eagles in Minnesota and try to win back-to-back championships. From the send-off rally at Gillette on Monday morning (January 29th) up until the Saturday evening (February 3rd) before the game, fans will get non-stop coverage of the Tom Brady led team.
The Not Done Network will be hosted by sportscasters Molly McGrath and Jay Crawford from a pop-up studio at the famous Mall of America. It will feature a combination of in-studio guests, live reports, call-in shows, lifestyle features, fan contests, and coverage of the team's press sessions.
In a press release, Patriots Chief Marketing Officer Jen Ferron said:
“We have some of the most passionate sports fans in the world with an insatiable desire for more information in the week leading up to the Super Bowl. With the Not Done Network, we are going to be able to provide a constant stream of Patriots content that fans around the world can watch in anticipation for Super Bowl LII. In addition, for the thousands of fans ascending on the Twin Cities next week, the Not Done Network site will provide a destination where fans can gather on location. This will be a huge undertaking, but we are excited to share the week of the Super Bowl with our fans in such a unique way.”
In other Patriots news, the first episode of Tom Brady's Tom Vs. Time docuseries has been released.