Graham surprises wildlife photographer, Paul Nicklen, with a taped question from pro-surfer, Kelly Slater about his intense encounter with a leopard seal in Antarctica.
Academy Award winner, Tom Hanks, remembers trying to support his young family as a struggling actor.
Graham sits down with former world class goalkeeper Tim Howard in 2014. Howard remembers growing up with Tourette’s, his efforts to hide it from friends and teammates, and how the condition continues to affect him right up to gameplay. He also reflects on his time playing for both Manchester United and Everton, along with sharing his favorite World Cup memory playing for the U.S. Men’s National team.
Motorcycle designer and entrepreneur, Jesse James reveals how he designs bikes for huge clients like Shaq - and why he turned down Stallone’s custom order.
Manny Pacquiao reveals to Graham that his own poor childhood made him empathetic to the needs of so many in the Philippines - and that empathy led him into political action.
Graham sits down with dancer, Misty Copeland to discuss her history-making performance as the Firebird, inequality within the ballet community and her newest role as a first-time mom.
11x world boxing champion, Oscar De La Hoya, remembers the nightmare of cutting weight before a fight and the unique training drills that prepared him for greatness in the ring.
Larry the Cable Guy remembers how the Blue Collar Comedy Tour skyrocketed him to fame and fortune.
We spent two days with Dirk Nowitzki in the city he set down roots in throughout his entire 21-year NBA career. The former NBA MVP reflects on the quirky German who primed him for the League, regrets after a rough rookie season and calling the cops on a fraudulent former fiancée. Plus, we get a taste of his musical talents and he recaps a story from his wedding that he’s never told before.
NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley tells why his Nike role model commercial means so much to him.
Wayne Gretzky shares some of the unique hockey drills his dad created to improve puck control and awareness, plus anecdotes of how Wayne’s passion for hockey has been present ever since he was first introduced to the sport.
Pro Football Hall of Famer running back LaDainian Tomlinson sat down with Graham Bensinger to discuss the moment he knew he wanted to retire after 11 years in the NFL, how he made his buddy Reggie Bush puke during practice and how he "scouted" his wife before he knew she was the one.
Rob Dyrdek recalls his initial struggles to make Rob and Big, and the rocky atmosphere that ended the series.
Jon Hamm opens up about losing his mother at a young age to colon cancer and goes on to recount the later losses of both his grandmother and father. He also reflects on his struggles with depression following their deaths and the profound impact therapy had on his mental health.
Celtics superstar Jayson Tatum sat down with Graham Bensinger to discuss everything from fatherhood, to the challenges he faced growing up in St. Louis. Tatum also opens up about Boston’s loss in the NBA Finals, and tells more than one memorable story about former Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski.
Legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar shares stories of his friendship with fellow superstar Virat Kohli, including his first impressions of Kohli and why he returned sacred threads from Kohli’s father.
NFL Quarterback-turned-broadcaster, Tony Romo, remembers when he negotiated himself into a 2 million dollar contract with the Cowboys and reflects on his life-changing 2017 deal with CBS.
8x NBA All-Star Yao Ming looks back on his career in the US, remembers the overwhelming emotions of carrying the flag of his home country at the Beijing Olympics and discusses his hopes for the future of athletics in China.
Eight-time National Sportscaster of the Year award winner Bob Costas lets us in on his encounters and relationships with fellow broadcasting icons John Madden, Howard Cosell and Jim McKay. Costas describes when he was selected as John Madden’s auditioning partner in 1979, a candid conversation with Howard Cosell shortly before his passing in 1995 and impactful praise from ABC’s Jim McKay prior to Costas heading to Barcelona in 1992 to work his first Olympic broadcast with NBC.
Skateboarding pioneer, Tony Hawk remembers the day finally landed a 900
Graham sits down with 17-time MLB all-star Pete Rose, who addresses the gambling scandal that banned him from baseball, his case for reinstatement, and a memorable moment with Joe DiMaggio in Vietnam.
Jesse Ventura details the downfall of his relationship with Hulk Hogan, and recalls the one time Hogan’s made contact since.
Joe Buck opens up about the seven months his dad - Hall of Fame broadcaster Jack Buck - endured in an intensive care unit before passing. Joe shares a previously untold story about an impromptu turn into the hospital to be with his dad one last time, which he calls, “the best right turn I’ve ever made in my life.”
Comedian Nikki Glaser might be best known for her witty, scathing roasts of celebrities, but during her chat with Graham Bensinger, she reveals high hopes for another career path. Glaser also shares her struggles with depression, alcohol and the eating disorder that almost took her life as a teenager.
Pro Football Hall of Famer LaDainian Tomlinson reflects on the time he realized he might be good at football, and describes an emotional moment when he played in front of his parents at Cowboy Stadium his rookie year.
The late Lance Mackey remembers the life-threatening surgery to remove a softball-sized tumor from his neck and how upset he was when the anesthesiologist told him to say goodbye to his family.
Graham goes In Depth with seven-time X Games medalist Ryan Sheckler as they spend two days together in Southern California in 2021. The former star of his own MTV reality show looks back on wild years as a teenager at the top of skateboarding, including celebrity-filled house parties and awkward breakups in front of TV cameras. Now married in his early 30s and expecting a child, Sheckler opens up about a drastically different lifestyle, focused on sobriety, abstinence and faith.
Basketball Hall of Famer and four-time NBA champion Shaquille O’Neal shares his short list of regrets from his career and discusses whether he made the most of his talent. Every Friday, we’ll be bringing you a new fan favorite clip chosen by what you’re watching most on our YouTube and social media channels!
In this week’s motivational podcast, J.J. Watt discusses the mental preparation leading up to Sunday games, on whether he feels pressure and what goes into taking calculated risks on the football field.
In honor of Albert Pujols becoming just the fourth member of the prestigious 700-home run club, we’re revisiting Graham’s 2019 conversation with the MLB slugger. Pujols opened up about his tough upbringing in the Dominican Republic - from tending to his father when he drank too much to his mother leaving the family when Albert was only three years old - but remains grateful for his family and the influence of his softball-playing dad and protective grandmother. He also addressed leaving the St. Louis Cardinals for the Los Angeles Angels following the 2011 World Series.