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Playmakers is an American drama series that aired on ESPN from August 26 to November 11, 2003. It depicted the lives of the Cougars, a fictional professional football team in an unidentified city. The show starred Omar Gooding, Marcello Thedford, Christopher Wiehl, Jason Matthew Smith, Russell Hornsby, and Tony Denison. The show, which ran eleven episodes, was the first original drama series created by ESPN. Although the ratings were very high for ESPN—Playmakers was the highest-rated show on the network other than its Sunday night NFL and Saturday college football games—ESPN eventually cancelled the series under pressure from the National Football League, who disliked the portrayal of the negative aspects of its players' lives off the field.

This is a review for Playmakers TV series "It is very cheesy and full of cliches. I have predicted everything that has happened thus far by simply being a sports fan and having seen The Program and Any Given Sunday (also very cheesy). It would be a lot better if they came up with original ideas instead of simply ripping them off from somewhere else and real-life".

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Kimberley Partridge says

"I can’t download the rock bottom tracks I paid for - no response from email sent explaining this"

KS2 class teacher says

"The script was sold as a KS2 script and as such I would've expected to have been able to use it with year 5. I felt it was inappropriate and although the music was quite catchy, I would've had to have rewritten the script entirely to have been able to use it. As such as it was a waste of money and I am very disappointed. For older pupils, it would be good fun and I am sure the parents in the audience would love the humour."

Davinia K says

"Music line are prompt and polite and the songs are good. As you can only read a segment of the play before buying and we were unsure of what we were going to get. The play Ali Baba and the Bongo Bandits has really culturally insensitive humour which is disappointing for something aimed at school children. My team were shocked during the read through. It was also misspelled with typos in places."

Paula Dunton says

"The downloads are great. We had difficulty finding them though as they went to spam mail. We are also still waiting for an invoice to be sent through, despite having emailed to request this."

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