Tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios hosts new TV series 'Good Trouble'
Feb 01, 2024
Tennis Channel’s free second network, T2, has a new celebrity-interview series hosted by the outspoken and charismatic tennis star Nick Kyrgios. Good Trouble with Nick Kyrgios features a half-hour conversation every two weeks with luminaries from the worlds of tennis, entertainment, media, lifestyle, arts, athletics and beyond.
The first episode recently showcased famed chef and international restauranteur Gordon Ramsay. Other guests include boxing-champion Mike Tyson, actor-comedian Rainn Wilson, Emmy Award-winning journalist Jemele Hill, bestselling author Jay Shetty, entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk and four-time major-tennis champion Naomi Osaka, among others.
The series follows the paths taken by people who shake things up by marching to the beat of their own drums. Inspired by a tennis career in which Kyrgios has refused to be defined by conventional standards while always questioning the status quo, each episode highlights the tennis star interacting with others who have done the same across all fields of life.
The series is available for free (or at no extra cost) on Tennis Channel’s T2, which can be seen on Amazon Freevee, Fubo, Hulu, Roku and Samsung TV Plus.
Tennis Channel’s T2 will show multiple encores of Good Trouble with Nick Kyrgios following each edition’s premiere at 7 p.m. ET every other Wednesday. Fans of Kyrgios, his guests or inciteful conversation will have many opportunities to view the program each week.
Kyrgios joined Tennis Channel as a guest analyst during the men’s season-ending ATP Finals in November while he was recovering from injury. His direct, to-the-point observations and first-hand experiences against the best players in the world proved widely popular with network viewers.
Good Trouble with Nick Kyrgios is produced by Hana Kuma, the Emmy Award-nominated, story-driven and multicultural creative house co-founded by Naomi Osaka and longtime agent Stuart Duguid.