Tonight is the season 3 premiere of Undeniable with Joe Buck, and there are a number of exciting, hall-of-fame celebrities in the lineup for this season.
The series follows one of America’s most famous sports broadcasters, Joe Buck, as he interviews some of the most famous sports legends in the world like Brett Favre, Joe Torre, and Ray Leonard as they discuss their lives and careers. Speaking to Broadway World recently, Buck said, “This show provides a unique format that allows me to uncover and go in-depth with questions that fans never get answered and that’s what makes it so intriguing for the audience… It’s been a learning process beginning with Season 1, but this year should be our best yet. I’ve honed my skills as an interviewer and understand what the audience and viewers want to hear from these athletes, that being their human side which I firmly believe this show encapsulates.”
Read on to see this season’s lineup:
February 15: Pete Rose Pete Rose went by the nickname “Charlie Hustle”, and was a professional baseball player and manager who played in MLB from 1963 to 1986. Rose won the world series three times, along with one MVP, two Gold Gloves, and a Rookie of the Year Awards.
February 22: Emmitt Smith Smith is a former NFL running back who was the league’s leading usher in his fifteen seasons in the league.
March 1: Royce Gracie Gracie is a Brazilian MMA artist, a UFC Hall of Famer, and a Jiu-Jitsu practitioner. He rose to fame in the 90s for his success in the Ultimate Fighting Championships.
March 8: Tony Hawk Tony Hawk is a professional skateboarder and the owner of a skateboard company called Birdhouse. He’s considered one of the most famous skateboarders of all time.
March 15: Jerry Rice Rice is a former American football wide receiver and played 20 season in the NFL. He’s considered one of the best wide receiver in NFL history.
March 22: Jackie Joyner-Kersee March Jackie Joyner-Kersee is a track and field athlete, and one of the best athletes in the heptathlon and long jumps. Over the course of her Olympic career, she won three gold, one silver, and two bronze medals.
March 29: Terry Bradshaw Terry Bradshaw is a former NFL football player and has co-hosted FOX’s NFL Sunday since 1994. As an actor, he’s appeared in movies like Failure to Launch.
April 5: Ozzie Smith Ozzie Smith is a former baseball shortstop and played in MLB for the San Diego Padres and St. Louis Cardinals.
April 12: Dennis Rodman Dennis Rodman is a retired basketball player who played for the Detroit Pistons, San Antonio Spurs, Chicago Bulls, LA Lakers, and Dallas Mavericks.
April 19: Roger Clemens Roger Clemns is a retired baseball player and pitched 24 seasons in MLB. He is considered one of the best pitchers in history.