The Rich Eisen Show Moves From Peacock to Roku

By Jessica Lerner 

The live-streamed edition of The Rich Eisen Show, a daily show from the titular sportscaster himself, is moving to Roku from Peacock, according to Variety.

In September, the program will premiere on The Roku Channel. Five days a week, from noon to 3 p.m. ET, The Rich Eisen Show will live stream. Before its Roku debut, the show will be available on Eisen’s YouTube channel starting Aug. 22.

Rich Eisen will join a sports roster at The Roku Channel that features content from 20 linear channels, including Stadium, Fubo Sports and Real Madrid TV.


The biggest names in sports and entertainment have appeared on Eisen’s show, such as Tom Brady, Shaquille O’Neal, Matt Damon, Jodie Foster, Matthew McConaughey, Regina King, Aaron Rodgers, Larry David and Morgan Freeman.

Roku also recently announced that Paramount+ would launch as a premium subscription option within The Roku Channel later this month.

Under this development, users will have access to all of Paramount+’s live content, including live sports like the NFL and UEFA, marking the first time live sports programming lands on The Roku Channel within premium subscriptions.