CBS SPORTS TO DEBUT NEW FRANCHISE “BEYOND LIMITS” HIGHLIGHTING TRAILBLAZING DIVERSE ATHLETES IN SPORTS WHERE THEY ARE UNDER-REPRESENTED
All Three Episodes of First Season to Broadcast on the CBS Television Network and Stream Live on Paramount+; First Episode to Air Saturday, Sept. 18 at 2:00 PM, ET
Series Features Interviews with Athletes Including Three-Time PGA TOUR Winner Cameron Champ, PBR and Bill Pickett Invitational Rider Ezekiel Mitchell and Olympian Ashleigh Johnson
CBS Sports is proud to debut a new franchise, Beyond Limits, a series of half-hour specials that highlight trailblazing, diverse athletes in sports where they are under-represented.
All three episodes of the first season will broadcast on the CBS Television Network and stream live on Paramount+, with the premiere episode to air on Saturday, Sept. 18 (2:00 PM, ET), leading into the network’s college football coverage.
The second episode will air on Saturday, Oct. 9 (2:00 PM, ET), with the third set for Saturday, Oct. 30 (2:00 PM, ET).
Each episode will be broken into four separate segments, with each focusing on a specific athlete or athletes and their journeys in their respective sport.
Click here for a clip from the first episode, featuring Olympic gold medalist Ashleigh Johnson.
The three episodes will be hosted by CBS Sports’ reporters AJ Ross and Monica McNutt.
Below is a breakdown of the first Beyond Limits episode, along with additional details for episode two and three.
Episode 1 – Saturday, Sept. 18 - CBS Television Network and Paramount+ (2:00 PM, ET)
Episode 2 – Saturday, Oct. 9 - CBS Television Network and Paramount+ (2:00 PM, ET)
The second episode of Beyond Limits will feature interviews with Ezekiel Mitchell, (PBR & Bill Pickett Invitational, Rodeo), skateboarder Dashawn Jordan professional golfers Mariah Stackhouse and Renee Powell and Women’s hockey player Saroya Tinker.
Episode 3 – Saturday, Oct. 30 – CBS Television Network and Paramount+ (2:00 PM, ET)
Ade Ellis, Niya Walker, Sharán Watson and Ellis Williams produce. Emilie Deutsch is VP, Original Programming and Features, CBS Sports.
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