AFL 360 reaches 1000 episodes

Gerard Whateley & Mark “Robbo” Robinson to mark long-running AFL show with a 90 min. special.

AFL 360 will reach 1000 episodes tomorrow, the longest running magazine show on FOX Sports .

The show debuted in 2010, which at 1000, is the highest number of episodes for an AFL show in Australian history.

Gerard Whateley and Mark “Robbo” Robinson will celebrate with a 90 minute special.

Having spent 1000 episodes, 60,000 minutes, 3,600,000 million seconds on-air together since episode one in 2010, Gerard and Robbo will look back at some of their most significant and most fun moments and favourite guests of the past 10 years.

The show’s longest serving player and coach – Hawthorn premiership superstar Jordan Lewis – and Geelong’s Chris Scott will join the episode along with the show’s first pairing David King and Mark Maclure.

AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan will also be part of the coverage festivities live from the hub in Queensland.

Western Bulldogs legend and AFL 360 regular, Bob Murphy, will present the all-time Top 5 Rascals of the Week, a regular segment that celebrates the cheeky side of the game.

Show-favourites Jack Riewoldt, Nick Riewoldt and Jarryd Roughead will also be live in studio along with a host of tributes shared by Neale Daniher, Nathan Buckley, Alastair Clarkson, Chris Fagan, Nat Fyfe, NicNaitanui and premiership coach Damien Hardwick.

7.30pm  Wednesday September 16 on FOX Footy.

4 Responses

  1. I’ve watched a good number of the shows. Robbo carries on a bit but Gerard is usually on the money.
    Congrats guys, that’s a huge milestone to have reached.

    360 has filled a large gap that was left when White Line Fever ended in 2006 with the sad death of Clinton Grybas,

  2. They need to renamed VFL360, it’s very Melbourne central or rename it the Jack R show, yes i can’t spell his name. After Wakeleys reference to WA doing stuff all I’m over it. A Melbourne team better win the GF otherwise they’ll have nothing to talk about.

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