Teammates on the field, Terrell Owens and Chad OchoCinco will now collaborate on a weekly series on Versus.
The T.Ocho Show is slated to bow on Oct. 12 on Comcast's national sports service. The show will feature the Cincinnati Bengals' wideouts going helmet-to-helmentto discuss and provide their unfiltered opinions on the news around the NFL, sports in general and pop culture.
TheT.Ocho Show is the first ever weekly national football talk show to feature two active players, according to Versus officials. A host will referee the on-screen mayhem sure to take place between the stars as they delve into various NFL-related topics, ranging from who is the second best receiving team in the league to their predictions for the season to who is the most over/underrated player in the game today, among others.
Their opinions won't limited to the action on the gridiron as the pair will delve into their off-field careers as reality stars on VH1, Twitter idols and pop culture commentators.
While the 30-minute show premieres on Oct. 12 at 10:30 p.m. (ET), but fans can catch a glimpse of the dynamic duo in action each Tuesday night on The Daily Line, beginning on Sept. 7 at 11 p.m., the next five weeks leading up to the premiere.
"Not only are T.O. and OchoCinco two of the most recognizable, entertaining and quotable players in the NFL today-and maybe across the entire sports landscape-they've transcended from sports superstars to reality TV celebrities and social media gurus," said Andy Meyer, vice president of original programming for Versus, in a statement. "The T.Ocho Show will be can't-miss weekly appointment viewing for both sports fans and pop culture junkies to find out what this always unpredictable and rarely censored pair will say."