Season Five of the MSG Original Series Goes Back Home with Sports Stars and Legends Beginning Tuesday, October 13 with J.T. Miller
New Episodes Also Feature – Kevin Hayes, JB Smoove, Charles Smith, John Moore
New York, NY (October 12, 2015) – MSG Networks announced today that the award-winning original series “Beginnings,” presented by Audi, will return for a fifth season premiering on Tuesday, October 13 at 10:30 p.m. The program, which takes a behind-the-scenes look at where and how some of the greatest New York athletes and celebrities got started, kicks off with an all-new episode featuring J.T. Miller. The young, Rangers forward invites the MSG Network cameras to East Palestine, Ohio to get a look at his childhood beginnings. The episode’s premiere will follow complete coverage of the Rangers-Jets game at Madison Square Garden.
Season five of “Beginnings” will also feature current Rangers center Kevin Hayes; comedian and star of MSG Network’s original series “Four Courses,” JB Smoove; former Knicks forward Charles Smith; and current Devils defenseman John Moore. A complete schedule is below.
|MSG Networks’ “Beginnings” Season Five Schedule|
|October 13||J.T. Miller||10:30 p.m. following Jets at Rangers|
|November 3||Kevin Hayes||10:30 p.m. following Capitals at Rangers|
|January 13, 2016||Charles Smith||10:30 p.m. following Knicks at Nets|
|January 22, 2016||JB Smoove||10:30 p.m. following Clippers at Knicks|
|February 23, 2016||John Moore||10:30 p.m. following Rangers at Devils|
About MSG Networks Inc.
MSG Networks Inc. is an industry leader with two award-winning regional sports and entertainment networks, MSG Network (MSG) and MSG+, as well as the live streaming and video on demand platform, MSG GO. The networks are home to nine professional sports teams, delivering live games of the New York Knicks; New York Rangers; New York Liberty; New York Islanders; New Jersey Devils; Buffalo Sabres; Major League Soccer’s Red Bulls and the Westchester Knicks, and exclusive non-game coverage of the New York Giants. Each year, the networks collectively telecast approximately 700 live sporting events – which also include college football and college basketball from top conferences – along with a full schedule of critically-acclaimed original programming. The gold standard for regional broadcasting, MSG Networks has won 129 New York Emmy Awards over the past eight years. More information is available at www.msgnetworks.com.