Shortly after NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced that the Super Bowl L bid had been awarded to San Francisco, 49ers CEO Jed York dialed into “The Rich Eisen Podcast” to discuss the impact of the Super Bowl’s golden anniversary being awarded to the city by the bay.
Up next, Rich dials up actor Jason Bateman to discuss “Arrested Development,” which re-launches on Netflix on Sunday. The show, which originally aired on FOX, was cancelled after just three seasons. However, its cult-like fan base clamored for more and Bateman, along with the rest of his castmates obliged when writer and creator Mitchell Hurwitz came calling with a new script.
The podcast wraps up with big-time Indianapolis fan Rob Lowe, who dials in to chat about his beloved Colts. Lowe shares his thoughts on the Colts’ 2013 draft class and if he thinks they can return to the playoffs this season. The veteran actor also has a new project coming out this Sunday, “Behind The Candelabra,” which details the life of Liberace (Michael Douglas) through the eyes of his much younger lover Scott Thorson (Matt Damon). The movie is said to be the last of director Steven Soderbergh’s long and illustrious career. Be sure to tune in on Sunday at 9 p.m. ET
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