Missing Pats’ Football This Sunday? Catch Gronk on an All-New Episode of Nickelodeon’s ‘Crashletes’ Instead Rob Gronkowski - January 29, 2017

Crashletes New Episode

It’s the first Sunday without football (sorry Pro Bowl, you don’t count) since August, the Super Bowl is still a week away, so what the hell are you going to watch?

Nickelodeon, of course! No — seriously, hear us out.

An all-new episode of “Crashletes” is airing Sunday night, hosted by our very own kid at heart, Rob Gronkowski (and filmed last summer, before you complain again that he should be resting and doing rehab).

The kick-ass viral video show celebrating sports fails aimed for kids but offering endless entertainment for adults is back on Nickelodeon tonight at 8 p.m. ET with an episode titled “Protein Shakes.”

If you know anything about the Gronks, you know they LOVE they protein shakes when they get their grind on in the gym — especially when served in an Ice Shaker (cue blatant product promotion).

According to the Nickelodeon blurb on the episode, NBA star Devin Booker from the Phoenix Suns joins the crew to play “Crashletes Pop Quiz,” when Gronk asks the age-old question, “Seriously Bro?” and co-hosts Stevie and Brandon drop a beat with “Pain Dancers!”

Believe us, it’s gonna be more exciting than the Pro Bowl without any Pats players in it.

Check out the video clip from last season below, tune in for “Crashletes” at 8 p.m. on Nickelodeon — and don’t forget to catch Gronk’s buddy Mojo Rawley in the WWE Royal Rumble tonight on PPV.

Sunday’s are about to get HYPED!


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