NFL Total Access: Sports Series Cancelled by NFL Network After 21 Years

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NFL Total Access TV Show on NFL Network: canceled or renewed?

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NFL Total Access will not return for another season. After 21 years, NFL Network has cancelled the year-round sports news series.

The weeknight series premiered on the cable channel in 2003. Mike Yam and Kimmi Chex are the hosts, and David Carr and Michael Robinson are the main analysts. Last year, Chase Daniel joined as an analyst on Friday nights. A variation of NFL Total Access aired on MyNetworkTV in 2007.

Deadline shared the following statement from an NFL spokesperson on the cancellation:

“Like any successful organization, the NFL regularly evaluates its workforce to ensure the proper support of strategic priorities including international expansion, the growth of flag football, and the evolution of digital and media platforms.

We have made the difficult decision to part ways with some employees to allow us to further invest in these growth areas and ensure the continued strength of our game and the business.”

The series finale airs on May 17th.

What do you think? Have you watched NFL Total Access? Are you sad that it will not return for a new season?

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