Sports Night 2 Seasons 1998
Amazon Instant Video
1. Pilot A witty staff frantically produces a nightly sports cable program.
2. The Apology The network demands an on-air apology.
3. The Hungry And The Hunted Jeremy produces segments on hunting; Casey notices Dana in a new light.
4. Intellectual Property Casey acts jealous when he learns Dana is dating a man named Gordon.
5. Mary Pat Shelby Dana is faced with a difficult decision.
6. The Head Coach, Dinner And The Morning Mail Jeremy worries when Natalie gets hate mail.
7. Dear Louise... Jeremy writes a letter to his sister Louise.
8. Thespis November 23rd marks the birthday of Thespis, the Greek God of Theater.
9. The Quality Of Mercy At 29K The team covers an Everest ascent, while Dan seeks a worthwhile charity.
10. Shoe Money Tonight The gang plays poker while waiting to cover the West Coast Update.
11. The Six Southern Gentlemen Of Tennessee Tech Isaac proves he's a fighter when he criticizes the owner of CSC in public.
12. Smoky Rumors of Isaac's departure prompt staffers to jockey for positions.
13. Small Town Dana and Casey have a disastrous double-date.
14. Rebecca Rumors about Isaac's job spread; Dana fears Gordon is about to dump her.
15. Dana And The Deep Blue Sea Dan pursues Rebecca; Dana agrees to go snorkeling with Gordon.
16. Sally A slow news day provides time for staffers to mull their curiosities.
17. How Are Things In Glocca Morra Dana must cancel her date or turn the show over to Sally.
18. The Sword Of Orion News of his parents' divorce upsets Jeremy.
19. Eli's Coming Dan learns Bobbi Bernstein is returning.
20. Ordnance Tactics The network brass hound Dana while Isaac is in the hospital.
21. Ten Wickets Natalie refuses to break up with Jeremy; Dan tries to keep Rebecca.
22. Napoleon's Battle Plan Casey plots to break up Gordon and Dana.
23. What Kind Of Day Has It Been Casey's son visits the office on a tough day; Isaac returns to work.
|Genres||Sports, Drama, Comedy|
|Supporting actors||Felicity Huffman, Joshua Malina, Sabrina Lloyd, Robert Guillaume, Kayla Blake, Robert Mailhouse, Greg Baker, Timothy Davis-Reed, Bernard Hocke, Ron Ostrow, Nina Barry, Kim McCall|
|Executive Producer||John Amodeo|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
It interrupts the flow of the show and sometimes I think it misses the more funny lines for the obvious jokes.
Look how young they all are! I missed this show when it first came out. Wasn't watching TV at that time in my life, too busy with my career. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Karen L. Bauer
Even many years later, this show is awesome. Aaron Sorkin is a writing genius, and if you've watched West Wing, Studio 60, or Newsroom and liked it, then this is worth the watch. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Britt
I really like all the actors on this show and I loved "The West Wing" (I will say the impassioned speeches seem out of place here). I hate that there is a laugh track. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nicole
Hilarious show with quick wit and fun characters - fast paced and entertaining :) my favorite is Jeremy's interview! FunPublished 3 months ago by Elle
This is one of my favorite shows ever. Not because it is based on a sports show but the incredible writing, subject matter and cast. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Anorama
Well written, fast paced, great actors! Many of these stars have gone on to other sitcoms or movies and I would like to follow all of their work. Good comedy!Published 5 months ago by Nancy McRae
Great cast, snappy dialog and a story line that is different from what's on TV now. (not a lawyer or cop in the bunch)Published 5 months ago by John Burkholder
I've been watching this show on my Amazon Prime for free for the last month, then I go in and they are not charging to watch the episodes?
Really? Read more
First rate and ahead of its time. Witty banter in the Sorkin style with compact episodes running 23-24 minutes in length. I prefer it to The Newsroom. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Cecil E. Haithcock