36 (TV series)

36 is a sports documentary television show that airs on NBCSN and TSN. The show is a 36-hour documentary series following a specific athlete, such as Patrick Kane. The show typically airs before the spotlighted player competes on the NBC Sports Network. The show is akin to HBO 24/7. On March 14, 2012, 36 expanded to have an episode about Zab Judah calling the show, Fight Night 36. Meanwhile, a 36 episode about IndyCar Series with Tony Kanaan first aired on April 1, 2012. MLS 36 debuted August 5, 2012 following Major League Soccer player Chris Wondolowski during the 2012 MLS All-Star Game. F1 36 debuted on March 29, 2013 featuring Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel.[1]

36
Starringathlete spotlighted
Country of originUnited States and Canada
No. of episodes11
Production
Running time30 minutes
Release
Original networkNBCSN
Original releaseDecember 14, 2011 –
August 3, 2013

Episodes

NHL 36

No.TitleOriginal air date
1"Patrick Kane"December 14, 2011
Patrick Kane is clearly more comfortable in Chicago these days, playing in his fifth season although he's just 23 years old. Scoring the 2010 Stanley Cup winning goal for a title-parched sports town can help with that.
2"Patrice Bergeron"January 4, 2012
Ever since he cracked the NHL as an 18-year-old straight out of junior hockey, Patrice Bergeron's movie star looks and superb on-ice skill have made him one of the Boston Bruins' most recognizable and in-demand players.
3"Nicklas Lidström"January 25, 2012
Fans interested in getting a look inside the life of a seven-time Norris Trophy winner and four-time Stanley Cup champion are about to have their wishes come true.
4"Mike Richards"February 22, 2012
Sometimes after practice, Los Angeles Kings center Mike Richards will put on a pair of shorts in the middle of winter and make his way down to the Manhattan Beach Pier.
5"James Neal"March 7, 2012
James Neal is more than the accomplished wingman the Pittsburgh Penguins long coveted to help elite center Evgeni Malkin get back to the top of his game. Follow him as the Penguins take on the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Columbus Blue Jackets.

MLS 36

No.TitleOriginal air date
1"Chris Wondolowski"August 5, 2012[3]
MLS 36 follows San Jose Earthquakes forward Chris Wondolowski as he faces Chelsea during the 2012 MLS All-Star Game.[2]
2"Fredy Montero"August 10, 2012[3]
MLS 36 follows Seattle Sounders FC forward Fredy Montero during a friendly against Chelsea.[4]
3"Dwayne De Rosario"September 17, 2012
MLS 36 follows D.C. United midfielder Dwayne De Rosario as his team plays against the Philadelphia Union.[5]
4"Darlington Nagbe"September 29, 2012
MLS 36 follows Portland Timbers midfielder Darlington Nagbe as his team plays against the Vancouver Whitecaps in the Cascadia Cup.[6]
5"Kyle Beckerman"October 6, 2012
MLS 36 follows Real Salt Lake midfielder and captain Kyle Beckerman as his team plays against D.C. United.[7]
6"Omar Gonzalez"June 2, 2013[9]
MLS 36 follows LA Galaxy defender Omar Gonzalez as his team plays against the Houston Dynamo.[8]
7"Brad Davis"June 20, 2013
MLS 36 follows Houston Dynamo midfielder Brad Davis.
8"Diego Fagundez"August 3, 2013
MLS 36 follows New England Revolution midfielder Diego Fagundez.

IndyCar

2012
2013
2014

References

  1. ^ Full schedule for Formula 1 on NBC Sports - NBC Sports, 11 March 2013
  2. ^ Chris Wondolowski (August 5, 2012). MLS 36: Chris Wondolowski (Television production). MLS 36. NBC Sports Network.
  3. ^ a b "MLS, NBC Sports Group bring fans behind the scenes with MLS 36 series". MLSsoccer.com. July 31, 2012. Retrieved January 4, 2013.
  4. ^ Fredy Montero (August 10, 2012). MLS 36: Fredy Montero (Television production). MLS 36. NBC Sports Network. Archived from the original on September 16, 2012. Retrieved January 4, 2013.
  5. ^ Dwayne De Rosario (September 17, 2012). MLS 36: Dwayne De Rosario (Television production). MLS 36. NBC Sports Network.
  6. ^ Darlington Nagbe (September 29, 2012). MLS 36: Darlington Nagbe (Television production). MLS 36. NBC Sports Network. Retrieved January 4, 2013.
  7. ^ Kyle Beckerman (October 6, 2012). MLS 36: Kyle Beckerman (Television production). MLS 36. NBC Sports Network. Retrieved January 4, 2013.
  8. ^ Omar Gonzalez (June 2, 2013). MLS 36: Omar Gonzalez (Television production). MLS 36. NBC Sports Network. Retrieved June 7, 2013.
  9. ^ Edwards, Andy (May 31, 2013). "NBC Sports Network's MLS 36 makes its season debut Sunday with LA Galaxy's Omar Gonzalez". MLSsoccer.com. Retrieved May 31, 2013.
36

36 may refer to:

36 (number), the natural number following 35 and preceding 37

one of the years 36 BC, AD 36, 1936, 2036

36 (TV series), an American sports documentary show

"36", a 2002 song by System of a Down from Steal This Album!

Macross

Macross (マクロス, Makurosu, English: ) is a Japanese science fiction mecha anime media franchise/media mix, created by Studio Nue (most prominently mechanical designer Shōji Kawamori) and Artland in 1982. The franchise features a fictional history of Earth and the human race after the year 1999, as well as the history of humanoid civilization in the Milky Way. It consists of four TV series, four movies, six OVAs, one light novel, and five manga series, all sponsored by Big West Advertising, in addition to 40 video games set in the Macross universe, 2 crossover games, and a wide variety of physical merchandise.

Within the series, the term Macross is used to denote the main capital ship. This theme began in the original Macross, the SDF-1 Macross.

Overtechnology refers to the scientific advances discovered in an alien starship ASS-1 (Alien Star Ship - One later renamed Super Dimension Fortress - One Macross) that crashed on South Ataria island. Humans were able to reverse engineer the technology to create the mecha (variable fighters and destroids), faster-than-light space fold drive for starships and other advanced technologies that the series features. The first TV series was adapted into the first season of Robotech in 1985, with edited content and a revised script.

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