‘Curling Night in America’ set in Irvine

Top-ranked curlers from around the world met at Great Park Ice in August to film the seventh season of “Curling Night in America.”

Top-ranked curlers from around the world met at Great Park Ice in August to film the seventh season of “Curling Night in America.”

The NBC Sports Network show features American champions taking on a variety of men’s, women’s and mixed doubles teams from Canada, Denmark and Germany. Fans can watch weekly episodes of the competition now through Nov. 12.

Curling has become one of the most popular Olympic sports of the last decade, showcasing players who slide 44-pound stones along the ice toward a circular target.

“This is a great opportunity to engage with the millions of people who watched the Olympic gold medal game in 2018,” says USA Curling CEO Jeff Plush.


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