The relaunch of G4 is days away and we have more details on what the revival network will look like.
As we previously reported, G4 is relaunching on November 16 after going dark back in 2014. The revival network will return with classic shows and brand-new original content that will unite creators and fandoms. Below are some of the shows, listed on G4’s blog ahead of the relaunch.
- Attack of the Show!: Kevin Pereira will return as host of “the original geek culture variety show” and he’ll be joined by new faces. The unscripted show is for fans who want to have fun and laugh at stunts and sketches surrounding the freshest internet trends. Attack of the Show! will feature everything from memes, celebrity guests, the latest tech and everything in between.
- Xplay: Original host Adam Sessler returns to “the ultimate video game review,” which will still feature interviews from industry leaders. Xplay’s relaunch will be digital content only and will have an “authoritative loudmouth confidence with the absurdity of a public-access comedy sketch show.”
- Boosted: Hosted by Ovilee May and Froskurinn, Boosted is a weekly esports comedy series that will cover the latest news, tournaments in the esports world.
G4 introduced the United States to Ninja Warrior and the network will have exclusive linear broadcasting rights to SASUKE upon its relaunch. All 167 episodes will air on the network and it will be the home to 3 tournaments never seen in the US (SASUKE 35, 36, and 37).
Some of the biggest names in the gaming world will be a part of the new G4. The G4 relaunch will feature Gina Darling, WWE Superstar Xavier Woods (aka Austin Creed), Kassem Gharaibe, Fiona Nova, world-renowned esports commentator Alex “Goldenboy” Mendez, vTube host CodeMiko, Jirard “The Completionist” Khalil, Will Neff, and The Black Hokage.
Find out how to watch all of the gaming and esports content ahead of the G4 revival, below.
When to Watch the G4 Relaunch
The G4 network will launch on Tuesday, November 16.
How to Watch the G4 Relaunch Without Cable
Gamers and fans will have a few different options to watch all of the G4 content without cable. There are plans for more streaming platforms to carry G4 in the future, including rumors that YouTube TV will be next on the list, but confirmed carriers are listed below.
Philo: For only $25/month, Philo subscribers can watch G4 and over 60 other channels with unlimited DVR.
Twitch: G4’s Twitch page will be streaming every Monday through Friday.
YouTube: Like Twitch, G4 will be streaming Monday-Friday on their official YouTube page
Source: Cord Cutters News