NWFAN2SEE a comedy/sports competition TV show will tape an episode at The Bridge restaurant and bar on June 24 at 7pm.

NW Sports FAN2SEE TV show will tape at The Bridge June 24

Sports fans are urged to take part

A new sports/comedy and reality competition TV show will be shot at The Bridge in West Seattle on June 24. Hosted by Chris Cashman and Fred Northup, NW Sports FAN2SEE is part sports comedy show and part competition to find the biggest NW sports fans in the land. There's still time to take part in the show and the producers are urging the most over the top sports fans to show up Tuesday, June 24th for the 7:00 PM taping. The Bridge is located at 6301 California Ave. S.W.

Filmed before a live audience in a different Seattle-area neighborhood sports bar each week, the promo materials say that "NW Sports FAN2SEE is ultimately an hysterical interactive series where real local fans demonstrate the reasons they deserve to represent their team as the new FAN2SEE Guest Co-Host of the show - as voted online by their peers."

The primary host, Chris Cashman is the Executive Producer and Co-Star of the popular regional television series The [206], and is the Producer/Host of the NW Emmy Awards®. Fred Northup is one of the Pacific Northwest’s busiest entertainers: as a charity auctioneer, host and emcee, actor, and comedy improviser – for 10 years, Fred was a company member of Seattle’s famed TheatreSports comedy improv group, as well as a former writer for Saturday Night Live.

Created by Seattle resident B. Anthony Nelson, NW Sports FAN2SEE is produced in partnership by Artists Think Tank and Trifilm, of Kirkland.

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