With “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” ending, there is definitely (unfortunately) room for another family to take the American TV spotlight.
NFL America's borderline obsessive obsession with anything and everything Manning Family landed a Hall of Famer Payton on ESPN +, and now his less charismatic and less entertaining brother is getting his show as well.
“Ellie's Spaces”, hosted by Ellie (duh), is scheduled to appear on ESPN + in its premiere.
I am looking forward to the next college football season and going to school to tell the story of college football at Ellie's locations. Next fall on ESPN +. pic.twitter.com/qm5DdlGLG2
– Eli Manning (@EliManning) March 8, 2021
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In Ellie's words, the show focuses on visiting the “most iconic places” and speaking with the “greatest stars” in college football.
“Peyton's Places” (a play on the 1960s drama series “Peyton Place”) is a well-received documentary hosted by Peyton on ESPN +, in which he interviews and discusses the cultural impact of football in the country. The figures for “Ellie's Places” are more to be similar, but instead have a college football slant.
While the younger Manning brother is not able to show his entertainment like his elder brother, the two-time Super Bowl MVP has had plenty of opportunities in commercials and even received a hosting gig on “Saturday Night Live” in 2012.
And, by the way, as if you weren't tired of hearing about the Manning dynasty, there's another one on the way: Arch Manning, son of Cooper Manning and nephew of Ellie and Peyton, likely a high school and even 2020 Also had its own showcase game on ESPN2.
Expect “Arc's Venues” to premiere on ESPNSuper +: Ocho at some point in 2049.