Arlo White Crosses the Pond to Host Alongside Robbie Earle, Robbie Mustoe and Tim Howard for Shows from Tuesday, Feb. 8 through Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 13 

White, Lee Dixon and Graeme Le Saux to Host the Following Weekend’s Shows (Feb. 19-20) from Sky Sports Studios in U.K.

Live 11-Hour Transfer Deadline Day Show on Peacock Next Monday, Jan. 31 Beginning at 8 a.m. ET

Premier League Viewership off to Best Start Since 2015-16

In less than two weeks, NBC Sports’ Premier League studio show will hit the road for seven days of programming between Feb. 8-20.

First, from Feb. 8-13, the studio shows will be presented live from a set outside SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles – home of Super Bowl LVI on NBC, Peacock and Telemundo on Feb. 13. Arlo White will host the shows alongside analysts Robbie EarleRobbie Mustoe and Tim Howard.

The following weekend, White will host Feb. 19-20 shows from Sky Sports studios in the U.K. alongside Lee Dixon and Graeme Le Saux – his regular match commentary partners.

Rebecca Lowe will serve as NBC’s daytime host throughout the 2022 Winter Games. From Feb. 2-20, NBC Sports International Broadcast Center in Stamford, Conn. will be utilizing all studios for Winter Games coverage.

The first week of remote coverage marks NBC Sports’ second Premier League trip to the Los Angeles area this season. On Oct. 23-24, NBC Sports and the Premier League brought the Premier League Mornings Live fan festival to the historic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum – home to two Olympic Games (1932 and 1984) and two Super Bowls (I and VII).

This February also marks the second time NBC Sports’ Premier League studio show will broadcast live from the Super Bowl – after making the trip to Arizona prior to Super Bowl XLIX in 2015.

Next Monday, Jan. 31, Sky Sports News’ 11-hour Transfer Deadline Day special will be presented live on Peacock from 8 a.m.-7 p.m. ET.

Viewership for NBC Sports’ Premier League coverage is at its highest since 2015-16 at this point in the season with a Total Audience Delivery of 588,000 viewers across English- and Spanish-language platforms – up 15% from last season.