Graham Bensinger

As creator and host of “In Depth with Graham Bensinger,” it is the 37-year-old Emmy-winner’s reputation as a journalist and businessman that has elevated the program to the forefront of the media landscape. 

Now in its 14th season, the show continues to deliver exclusive, long-form interviews and unprecedented access to many of the biggest names. As recent examples, actor Dolph Lundgren exclusively shared details of his battle with cancer. In a previous season, Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Dak Prescott joined Graham for an emotional interview where he revealed past depression and his brother’s suicide. 

Season 14 of “In Depth with Graham Bensinger” premieres September 2023  through national, over-the-air syndication and regional sports television networks across the U.S., internationally via ESPN International in Australia/New Zealand/Mexico/Caribbean/South America, BT Sport in the UK/Ireland, TSN in Canada, in-flight on Emirates, across 170 countries and territories on American Forces Network and digitally on YouTube.com/GrahamBensinger, which is updated weekly with new content.



“In Depth” reaches 1.2 million broadcast viewers, and 7.8 million digital views per episode, on average. The show’s compelling interviews and continually growing audience has helped attract corporate sponsors including Toyota, Mars, PepsiCO, and AT&T, among others.

Bensinger’s resume reads like that of a 30-year industry veteran. His list of profile subjects ranges from two days in China with Arnold Schwarzenegger, to the week in the Bahamas with Richard Branson, to two days in Monaco with Prince Albert, to the morning in the UK with Lewis Hamilton, among others.  Click here to view the show’s sizzle reel.

Bensinger will travel anywhere in the world to capture raw, honest
conversations and to showcase his guests’ personalities beyond the
sit-down interview setting. He’s taken the show to Serbia to visit Novak
Djokovic and tour the bomb shelter he hid in when growing up during
war. He went to the Democratic Republic of the Congo to tour Dikembe
Mutombo’s new hospital and to India to talk with the world’s best
cricketer Virat Kohli.


Yao Ming and GB adjusted

In November 2005 at the age of 19, Bensinger secured an exclusive interview with Terrell Owens. It was Owens’ comments in the interview that led to his suspension from the Philadelphia Eagles for the final nine games of the NFL season. Bensinger was also granted rare interviews with O.J. Simpson in February 2004 and July 2005.

At just 14, Bensinger was described as a “whiz kid” and “boy wonder” by national media when he first launched his career with an internet-based sports radio station he developed in 8th grade. “The Graham Bensinger Show” aired on SIRIUS Satellite Radio while Bensinger attended Syracuse University.

Bensinger’s work has aired on outlets such as “Good Morning America,” “SportsCenter,” Howard Stern, CNN, “CBS This Morning” and the BBC. He has made guest appearances on programs including “The Tonight Show” and “Late Night,” among others.


Graham Bensinger