Hawks Live takes a new shape for the 2019 Seahawks season

Sep 5, 2019, 11:12 AM | Updated: 12:57 pm


Hawks Live returns on 710 ESPN Seattle each Thursday during the 2019 Seahawks season, but it will have a new format that will bring you even closer to your favorite Seahawks players.

The first 90 minutes of Hawks Live will air live from in front of an audience at Snoqualmie Casino, with former Seahawks players Dave Wyman, Paul Moyer and Michael Bumpus serving as hosts to deliver breakdowns of Seattle’s upcoming game and interview players and analysts.

At 8:30 p.m., the broadcast will split into two different experiences – one online and one on the air. Those watching online – whether on, YouTube or Twitch – will see a 20-30 minute interview with a Seahawks player while they play a video game with 710 ESPN Seattle’s Taylor Jacobs. On-air and in-person at Snoqualmie Casino, a shorter version of the interview will be played.

At 8:45, the broadcast will return to Wyman, Moyer and Bumpus as they give their predictions for the game and wrap up the show from Snoqualmie Casino.

The first edition of Hawks Live features Pro Bowl left tackle Duane Brown and Jacobs squaring off in NBA 2K19, and (spoiler alert) Brown is really good at video game hoops.

A note: Due to Mariners baseball, the full Sept. 5 edition of Hawks Live will air on 710 ESPN Seattle and the online stream after the Mariners postgame show, but you can still catch the video segment with Brown and Jacobs at 8:30 p.m. on the 710 ESPN Seattle video stream, YouTube channel or Twitch channel.

Hawks Live will air from 7-9 p.m. Thursday before most Seahawks game this season.

Here is the full schedule of Hawks Live for 2019:

Thursday, Sept. 5
Thursday, Sept. 12
Thursday, Sept. 19
Thursday, Sept. 26
Thursday, Oct. 10
Thursday, Oct. 17
Thursday, Oct. 24
Thursday, Oct. 31
Thursday, Nov. 7
Thursday, Nov. 21
Thursday, Dec. 5
Thursday, Dec. 12

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